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Hire Smarter: 7 Tips for Working with Contractors to Remodel Your Home

What you need to know before diving in, plus what happens when remodeling goes wrong.
2017.05.10 08:55 AM

Hau‘oli Lā Hānau: Celebrating Local Company Anniversaries—May Edition

Every month, we celebrate the anniversaries of local companies and organizations. This month: An educational and religious institution, a booster of the economy and a new vision of Waikīkī.
2017.05.09 08:55 AM

The Wait is Over: The Culinary Institute of the Pacific is Now Open

The four-year culinary school opens on the slopes of Diamond Head, just in time to meet the demand of Hawai‘i’s restaurant boom.
2017.05.08 08:55 AM

Spruce Up Your Place With Inspiration From These Local Homes

Here are 9 ideas to help you redesign your space.
2017.05.04 08:55 AM

Get Your Lei Needles Ready, It’s Graduation Season!

Graduation season in Hawai‘i starts in mid-May and continues through June.
2017.05.03 04:11 PM

Editor’s Page: Hit Refresh

What projects can we really do?
2017.05.01 08:55 AM

The 8 Best Things To Do in May 2017

Psst! Mother’s Day is May 14, so take Mom to dance performances, festivals and a bar to celebrate all month long. (And don’t forget the flowers.)
2017.05.01 08:55 AM

Refresh Your Look with These Spring Trends from Local Style Setters

A new season brings a whole new crop of trends for revamping your wardrobe. We tapped a few of the city’s style setters for the spring looks they’re most excited to take for a spin.
2017.04.27 09:00 AM

Is Restaurant Senia Worth the Hype?

Two talented chefs open long-awaited Senia in Chinatown.
2017.04.26 09:11 AM

Does Hawai‘i’s Public School System Need a Revolution?

What’s going to happen to our 180,000 students this fall?
2017.04.25 10:51 AM

7 Reasons We Love Kealopiko

From hand-dyed prints to so-now styles, here’s why we love Kealopiko and its new O‘ahu boutique.
2017.04.25 10:16 AM

This Truancy Court Pilot Program Gets At-Risk Students to Show Up for School

Truancy Court pilot program at Wai‘anae Intermediate goes from one with the most chronically absent students statewide to one with a 78-percent success rate.
2017.04.24 03:22 PM