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Afterthoughts: Death Becomes Me

My morbid fascination continues with an unsettling art exhibit.
2018.06.11 12:17 PM

Editor’s Page: A Work in Progress

A note for job applicants: Please don’t call me “Mr. Young.”
2018.06.08 08:55 AM

Your Ultimate Guide to the 2018 Pan-Pacific Festival

Come to Waikīkī this Friday, June 8, through Sunday, June 10, for a weekend of festivities and performances.
2018.06.07 03:13 PM

Your Guide to the Perfect Weekend in Honolulu: June 8–10, 2018

Celebrate Hawaiʻi’s vibrant cultures during the Pan-Pacific Festival, paint the day away at the museum and start the King Kamehameha Day celebrations early with a historic flower parade.
2018.06.06 08:55 AM

6 Must-See Honolulu Concerts to Catch in June 2018

From EDM to jazz to British reggae fusion, there is quite a mix of artists to check out this month.
2018.06.05 02:43 PM

Quote Unquote: Meet the Man Making a Move Toward a More Sustainable Hawai‘i

Josh Stanbro, 46, was tapped last year to serve as chief resilience officer and executive director of the city’s new Office of Climate Change, Sustainability and Resiliency.
2018.06.05 08:55 AM

7 Absolutely Free Honolulu Events to Check Out in June 2018

Whether it’s celebrating King Kamehameha Day at the park, watching a movie under the stars or enjoying some mango-inspired cocktails, this summer ought to be off to a good start.
2018.06.04 04:59 PM

Shailene Woodley Fights for Life and Love in “Adrift,” by “Moana” Writers the Kandells

“Moana” twin writer team tailored “The Descendants” star a punishing new role that included 14-hour days filming in the ocean off Fiji. But she does romance dreamboat Sam Claflin in a film based on a castaway’s tale that thrilled Hawai‘i in 1983.
2018.06.04 10:50 AM

Swing Back to 1945 with this Local World War II Film

“Last Taxi Dance” reignites the sexual and racial tensions of the last days of World War II in Honolulu—while celebrating Hawai‘i’s filmmaking community.
2018.06.04 08:55 AM

O‘ahu Hike We Like: Kalāwahine Trail

A stunning view doesn’t always require a killer climb.
2018.06.01 08:00 AM

From Our Files: Moments from Hawai‘i’s Past–May Edition

A look back at Honolulu from May 1933 to 2008. Stories taken from the archives of Paradise of the Pacific and HONOLULU Magazine.
2018.05.31 09:35 AM

2018 Lantern Floating Ceremony Hawai‘i

Thousands gathered at Ala Moana Beach Park on May 28, 2018, for the beautiful annual lantern floating ceremony to remember loved ones who have passed.
2018.05.29 12:21 PM