Hawaiian Music and Musicians: An Encyclopedic History is an invaluable resource for serious Hawaiian music fans.
Field Notes takes inside looks at the scenes and subcultures of Honolulu. This month: the Waikiki Neighborhood Board.
Here are tales from the frontlines of the singles world—whether you’re 26 or 88, straight or gay, looking for love, or just looking—in Honolulu now.
October is a patchwork of cultural events. This month, hear a good story, learn how to fish, get super scared, watch aerial acrobats and drink kava.
History Remixed: Local teacher becomes YouTube sensation.
Oh, the Suspense: Slackline enthusiast Joe Segal keeps his balance at Aweoweo Beach Park.
These are the book recommendations for A Shark Going Inland Is My Chief by Patrick Vinton Kirch and We Go Jam by the Hawaii Council for the Humanities in our September 2012 issue.
Here are HONOLULU Magazine's 25 Greatest Hawaii Albums of the New Century.
Hana Hou!: You may have to rub elbows with tourists, but it’s worth it, once the Brothers Caz, Ledward Kaapana or Paula Fuga come on stage. Here’s where to hear live Hawaiian music every night, and not just in town.
The September 2012 archives from our files of Paradise of the Pacific and HONOLULU Magazine.
Enjoy your first month of fall with festivals, fashion and Frankenstein.
The August 2012 archives from our files of Paradise of the Pacific and HONOLULU Magazine.