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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

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

Here Are The Most Interesting Things I Found on Facebook Marketplace

Let’s make a deal.
2020.02.28 06:05 PM

Islander Sake Brewery, Hawai‘i’s Only Sake Brewery, Opens in March in Kaka‘ako

For the first time in three decades, since Hawai‘i’s last sake brewery shut down, sake is being brewed commercially in the Islands once again.
2020.02.26 03:00 PM

Hawai‘i’s 2020 Comic Con Calendar

Here’s a guide to help you sort through the events in 2020.
2020.02.21 11:00 AM

HONOLULU Looks Back at the 1955 Narcissus Festival

“One of Hawai‘i’s most colorful events.”
2020.02.13 07:00 AM

Long Live Kaho‘olawe: Restoring the Former Military Bombing Site Off the Coast of Maui

Twenty years after the bombing stopped, Kaho‘olawe sets a path for the future
2020.02.04 06:57 PM

Afterthoughts: Google Maps Can’t Keep Up with the Rapidly Changing Face of Honolulu

Takin’ it to the streets.
2020.02.04 01:26 PM

Your O‘ahu Neighborhood Guide: King Street at University Avenue in Honolulu

There are plenty of old-school haunts and new grinds on the mauka side of King Street past University Avenue.
2020.01.21 11:20 AM

Best of the Fests: O‘ahu’s 20 Ethnic Festivals

Stuff your face with authentic food while soaking in the cultures of the Islands. From hula and Chinese lion dances to taiko and opera, this list of 20 ethnic festivals on O‘ahu won’t disappoint.
2020.01.16 04:35 PM

Your Guide to New Year Dining in 2020 on O‘ahu

Chinese, Vietnamese, Korean: Here are the best places to start your Lunar New Year feast.
2020.01.10 01:00 PM

6 Chinese Bakeries to Celebrate Lunar New Year

From newer spots to institutions, here’s where to pick up treats—steamed, baked and candied—for the new year and beyond.
2020.01.08 11:15 AM