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Things to Do in November in Hawaii

Get Out and Go: Eating mochi, practicing yoga, singing along to “Wicked Game” and honoring U.S. veterans. There’s something for everyone out there this month.
2011.11.01 09:00 AM

From Our Files

The October archives from our files of Paradise of the Pacific and HONOLULU Magazine.
2011.10.25 01:00 PM

Pounding Poi in Preparation for the Second Annual Taro Celebration

Pound Taro!: Daniel Anthony of local company Mana Ai hand-pounds taro for poi and pai ai.
2011.10.17 01:00 AM

6 Great Dates in Honolulu

... plus 44 more at honolulumagazine.com. Whether you’re meeting someone for the first time or have been married for 20 years, here are six dates to spark the romance.
2011.10.12 11:00 PM

Serious Coffee Shops in Hawaii

Serious Joe: Hawaii grows some of the best coffee in the world. A pair of new cafés are getting serious about serving it.
2011.10.07 04:00 AM

Halloween Makeup–For Hire!

Ghoul-makers–For Hire: If you’re interested in professional Halloween makeup, call Mystic Eye in Kaimuki sooner rather than later.
2011.10.06 12:00 AM

HIFF Celebrates 31st Anniversary

HIFF Grows Up: Hawaii's biggest film festival looks a lot different than it did three decades ago.
2011.10.03 05:00 AM

Things to Do in October in Hawaii

This month, relax with kava, indulge in local seafood and scare yourself at Oahu’s favorite haunted houses.
2011.09.30 05:00 AM

Field Guide: Moiliili

Here are a few places you can enjoy a cup of tea, shop for books or make some pots in the Moiliili area.
2011.09.16 09:00 AM

Kailua Bands of the 1970s

A Windward Rock Revival: Kailua was a rocking town in the 1970s. Today, some of the old bands are reuniting, and sounding better than ever.
2011.09.12 09:00 PM

Kailua Native Produces New Underwater Photo Exhibit

Floating Riches: Christy Lee Rogers, who grew up in Kailua, Hawaii, produces otherworldly, mesmerizing images in “An Underwater Odyssey,” her newest body of work.
2011.09.09 05:00 AM

Interviews with the Hula Experts

For more than a decade, the Hula Preservation Society has been interviewing, and videotaping, hula’s most respected elders, capturing their knowledge, their memories and their stories. The result is a treasure trove of history and culture; here, we present just a few excerpts from the hundreds of hours of footage.
2011.09.08 09:00 AM