Things HONOLULU Magazine's editor learned while trying, mainly failing, to fix up an older apartment.
Taste, a pop-up venue, isn’t a restaurant itself, but a host to new concepts.
What could possibly make mochi and marshmallows even better? How about chocolate mochi wrapped around a Waialua dark, salted chocolate truffle or mochi sandwiches spread with peanut butter and azuki? Or marshmallows in flavors of salted caramel, lilikoi and raspberry lemon drop?
Whether you’re a dog lover, a bookworm, an avid quilter or the ultimate Beatles fan, there’s something just for you this month.
Tomorrow, Saturday, June 18, visiting artist Ernesto Pujol, as well as 19 local artists, will perform “Speaking in Silence" around Oahu.
In our May issue, we look at schools, the hidden world of storage, Andy South and a family separated and united by the March 11 earthquake in Japan.
With the Big Island Film Festival quickly approaching, we caught up with local filmmaker Dane Neves, creator of The Green Tie Affair.
You don’t need a backyard to grow your own herbs.
A Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar bulldozer pushes raw sugar onto an underground conveyor belt.
Three films at the Hawaii International Film Festival's Spring Showcase are linked by one overarching characteristic: dangerous women.
For our March 2011 Best of Honolulu issue, we visited we visited Volcanic Rock Gym and watched owner Justin Ridgely teach writer, Victoria Wiseman, how to rock climb for the first time.