Visiting the USS Arizona Memorial’s new visitor center.
On reaching a truce with your own body.
Ever wondered how a military family feels about Hawaii?
Books are wonderful. Until you have to move a whole lot of them.
A moratorium on development would force us to remake our structures, rather than devour more land.
A night featuring debauchery so extreme, people are still talking about it 62 years later.
Is Hawaii ready to enter the cutthroat world of competitive eating?
Hawaii’s diversity—and lack thereof.
A visit to the UH Costume Collection has me imagining what my own life might look like if it were documented through clothing.
A documentary on hippies reminds me why Hawaii could use a few nude beaches.
Strapped for cash to solve the homeless problem, we’re going to have to get creative.
Mankind has walked on the moon. Cured polio. Created incredible technologies, from the printing press to the Internet. But still, we cannot ship a cardboard box to Hawaii.