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Shipping Out

Earlier this year, the USS Honolulu bid a final aloha to its namesake city when the submarine left Pearl Harbor to deactivate at Puget Sound Naval Shipyard. It was the third ship named after the Islands’ capital. See how the name has sailed through history.
2006.11.01 12:00 AM

Do You Speak Ocean?

Like Morse code, Hawai‘i’s surf beats out a message—one that reaches surprisingly far. Meet some global citizens who heeded this call.
2006.11.01 12:00 AM

Trail Time

With only one person overseeing more than 40 of O‘ahu’s hiking trails, the state gets extra help from an unexpected source.
2006.11.01 12:00 AM

Our Town: Look familiar?

A local bank building models after the state capitol, or does it?
2006.10.01 12:00 AM

Environment: Wiliwili Trees Under Attack

A mysterious wasp is spreading through Hawai‘i.
2006.10.01 12:00 AM

Music Review

Various Artists, Mana Maoli, Vol. II And III, Mana Maoli
2006.10.01 12:00 AM

Parks for Rent?

As the state moves toward public/private partnerships, Malaekahana will serve as a test.
2006.10.01 12:00 AM

Manoa to Pigs: Drop Dead!

Manoa Residents have more to worry about than just rising property taxes—they’ve got pigs. Here’s what they’re aiming to do about it.
2006.10.01 12:00 AM

Use It or Lose It

We’re so concerned with spreading democracy to other countries, but can’t be bothered to use it here at home.
2006.10.01 12:00 AM

A Hawaiian-style scooter rally

2006.10.01 12:00 AM

Clipping Service

2006.10.01 12:00 AM

The Arts: Crème de la Screen

For movie buffs, October is the most wonderful time of the year.
2006.10.01 12:00 AM