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Photos: Best Dentists in Hawai‘i 2020 Reception

Hawai‘i’s Best Dentists 2020 celebrated their recognition on March 5 at Stripsteak Waikīkī.
2020.03.09 09:37 AM

14 Hawai‘i Races to Run, Bike and Swim in 2020

Trying to stick with that keep-fit resolution? Then check out the marathons, triathlons and wheel-y, amazing rides to help keep you on track.
2020.03.09 07:00 AM

The Best Dentists in Hawai‘i 2020

HONOLULU Magazine helps you find the dentist you need, whether it’s for a routine checkup or more specialized work. Everyone on this list comes highly recommended by other dentists, who know the work of fellow professionals.
2020.03.06 03:05 PM

O‘ahu’s March 2020 Event Update

Updated regularly.
2020.03.06 11:00 AM

What You’ll Find in Young’s Fish Market’s Laulau Collab with Lanai Tabura

And all I can say is Oh Wow, Laulau. (I know, I know.)
2020.03.06 10:58 AM

Hawai‘i Book & Music Festival is Changing and Moving to UH Mānoa

Don’t book the Hawai‘i Book & Music Festival just yet—it’s changing months, moving locations and shaking up its lineup.
2020.03.05 05:41 PM

Madewell, Banks Journal and Acacia Open in Hawai‘i

Your closet will be filled with joy (and new threads) courtesy of these store openings.
2020.03.05 05:23 PM

10 Years of Pow! Wow!, the Now-Global Street-Art Festival That Originated in Hawai‘i

Here’s a look back at the history and HONOLULU photographer Aaron K. Yoshino’s favorite moments.
2020.03.05 03:00 PM

The 11 Best Things to do This Week

Let’s celebrate International Women’s Day by practicing yoga at a brewery, drinking craft brews like a girl and laughing with a television and Broadway icon.
2020.03.04 04:35 PM

Faria, a Portuguese Pop-Up, Makes Us Wonder: Why Aren’t There Any Portuguese Restaurants in Hawai‘i?

The new pop-up, by the chefs and partners in Hukilau restaurant, goes beyond bean soup and malassadas.
2020.03.04 08:00 AM

What You Need to Know About the Coronavirus and Hawai‘i

Hawai‘i is testing people for COVID-19 with two confirmed travel-related coronavirus cases in the islands. This new respiratory virus, first identified in China has killed more than 4,300 and sickened more than 121,000 as it spread into a worldwide pandemic.
2020.03.03 11:00 AM

Our Annual Hawai‘i Restaurant Guide Gets Personal

Dishing it out.
2020.03.02 12:00 PM