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Photos: Calvin and Susie Pet Store

2012.07.24 05:45 PM

Living on Lava on Big Island, Hawaii

A Wild West neighborhood called Kalapana Gardens, Hawaii is arising on a barren lava field beneath Kilauea volcano.
2012.07.24 11:48 AM

Was Pres. Obama channeling Willy Maunawili?

Here are Pres. Obama’s points, and what pops to my mind when I hear them.
2012.07.17 02:09 PM

Equal Time for Candidates?

This month, we have a Q&A with former Gov. Ben Cayetano, who is currently running for mayor of Honolulu.
2012.07.10 11:06 AM

Unsolicited Advice: Tunnels Doodle

Why the heck isn’t all this stuff in tunnels under the street, where any utility can be reached at any time for inspection, maintenance and replacement?
2012.07.01 05:25 PM

Roller Derby Girls in Honolulu

Injuries, drama, dedication, victory. Associate editor Tiffany Hill laced up her skates to play roller derby. Meet the girls of Pacific Roller Derby, Oahu's roller derby league, and watch how this fast-spaced, rough and tumble sport is played.
2012.06.29 10:14 AM

And the winner is…

Hundreds of you voted in AIA Honolulu's People's Choice Award.
2012.06.27 11:39 AM

Whose Private Island?

In HONOLULU Magazine's June 1995 issue, we detail the outrageous lengths to which Microsoft and Lanai Co. (along with a perfectly willing Maui Police Department) went to keep media and the public off of Lanai for the Gates' nuptials. Let's hope Ellison is a better neighbor.
2012.06.20 06:42 PM

Vote for the Year’s Best Architecture

From now until June 15, the public can vote in the Sixth Annual People’s Award for AIA Honolulu’s Design Awards.
2012.06.01 11:41 AM

Hawaii Education Q&A: What do schools have in place to ensure communication with parents?

What do schools have in place to ensure communication with parents?
2012.05.18 12:51 PM

Google Street View Reaches Hawaii Landmarks

The Honolulu Zoo, Iolani Palace and Wet ‘N’ Wild Hawaii can now be explored thanks to Google’s Street View Trike.
2012.05.17 05:20 PM

Hawaii Education Q&A: Why don't student representatives get a vote?

The questions for this exclusive, video Q&A come from both the magazine staff and the public, and touch on a variety of subjects, such as what the department and board are doing to reverse negative public perceptions, how teacher evaluations will work, whether or not Matayoshi and Horner sent their children to public school and more.
2012.05.15 12:54 PM