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They Must Be Drunk: Hawai‘i’s Mai Tai Only 8th in State Drink Vote?

National poll of iconic state drinks stiffs our sophisticated, historic mai tai for a simplistic tea-based cocktail. But we don’t care, do we?
2019.11.20 04:20 PM

Hawai‘i Rep. Ed Case Wants Your Opinion

Tell him what you think about the Trump impeachment inquiry in a quick anonymous survey.
2019.11.20 03:16 PM

What’s Open or Closed in Honolulu for Thanksgiving 2019

A sweet guide to which Honolulu City and County services will available or suspended in observance of Thanksgiving on Nov. 28, 2019.
2019.11.16 07:00 AM

We Tried It: How to Renew Your Driver License in 13 Minutes or Less

One of our HONOLULU staffers got in and out in 13 minutes. Here is how she did it.
2019.11.15 04:49 PM

No Walk in the Park: 3 Honolulu Projects Making Headlines Right Now

Even playgrounds and parks can spark protests.
2019.11.13 04:54 PM

What’s Open or Closed in Honolulu for Veterans Day 2019

Here’s your guide to which Honolulu City and County services will be available or suspended in observance of Veterans Day on Nov. 11, 2019.
2019.11.07 02:01 PM

Afterthoughts: Learning to Share Spaces (and Snacks) in an Open Office

We all need a little space. But sharing it isn’t so bad.
2019.11.04 03:46 PM

Pali Highway Landslide Repairs Will Stretch into December

But there’s some good news for Windward commuters: daily access and a little more time on the highway.
2019.11.01 05:35 PM

2020 Hawai‘i College Guide

(Sponsored) Your guide to navigating the admissions process, financial aid applications, preparing for college, building a network and more.
2019.10.31 05:12 PM

Your Must-Watch Guide to the 2019 Hawai‘i International Film Festival

Choose from 205 films from 31 countries across 11 days, November 7 to 17 in Honolulu.
2019.10.25 06:49 PM

The Hawai‘i Writer’s Life

Yes, lucky we live Hawai‘i, the only state with its own regional literature. But, lately, it’s only gotten harder to make a go of it for our diverse, dedicated and ink-stained scribbling class.
2019.10.25 03:47 PM

Divided Over TMT: We Take a Look at Where Things Stand and How We Got Here

With tensions running high and a weeks-long standoff now stretching into its third month, no one seems to be able to predict what will happen next on Maunakea. Will the state or the protectors back down? Or will the Thirty Meter Telescope bow out? We take a look at where things stand and how we got here.
2019.10.17 06:26 PM