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Egg Donations: A Honolulu Woman's Story

A Good Egg: Why one Honolulu woman has donated her eggs, six times.
2012.04.10 05:00 AM

Endangered Kahuli Snails on Oahu

Hail Snails!: Sometimes, you build a jail to keep bad guys out.
2012.04.09 09:06 AM

iPhone Apps for a Better Honolulu

Coding for a Fix: Better government through… iPhones?
2012.04.05 05:00 AM

The Bird Scarers of Honolulu International Airport

How a handful of Wildlife Services officers with a mixed bag of tricks safeguards aviation at Honolulu International Airport.
2012.04.03 06:00 AM

Editor's Page: Paying the Paradise Tax

The downside to life in Hawaii is mainly economic. How much are we willing to pay?
2012.04.02 09:55 AM

Governor Fasttrack?

I'm reading over at Civil Beat about how Gov. Neil Abercrombie supports Senate Bill 755 in Hawaii.
2012.03.29 04:21 PM

Afterthoughts: Quonset Cool

Curved, corrugated, casual—Hawaii’s kamaboko houses are prefab-ulous.
2012.03.14 07:10 AM

Na Puka Kula: Hawaiian Immersion Graduates

Some of the first graduates of the Hawaiian immersion schools have been out on their own in the adult world for a few years now. We caught up with four of them for their reflections on the schools, the language and their futures.
2012.03.12 09:28 AM

Unsolicited Radio Advice for KPOI

KPOI, would it kill you to hire some DJs?
2012.03.09 06:00 AM

Honolulu Academy of Arts Reborn with New Name

Born Again: A merged Honolulu Academy of Arts sheds its maiden name.
2012.03.07 06:30 AM

Civil Unions Recognized in Hawaii

In January 2012, the State of Hawaii began recognizing Civil Unions.
2012.03.05 07:00 AM

John Heckathorn Reports...

Over the course of 27 years, John Heckathorn wrote hundreds of articles for HONOLULU Magazine before he passed away suddenly in December 2011. Here are excerpts from some of our favorite pieces.
2012.03.02 07:00 AM