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Honolulu Academy of Arts Reborn with New Name

Born Again: A merged Honolulu Academy of Arts sheds its maiden name.
2012.03.07 06:30 AM

Civil Unions Recognized in Hawaii

In January 2012, the State of Hawaii began recognizing Civil Unions.
2012.03.05 07:00 AM

John Heckathorn Reports...

Over the course of 27 years, John Heckathorn wrote hundreds of articles for HONOLULU Magazine before he passed away suddenly in December 2011. Here are excerpts from some of our favorite pieces.
2012.03.02 07:00 AM

Gambling Hardly a Path to Riches

Attempts to legalize gambling in Hawaii always seem to get a bit more strident when the economy is down.
2012.03.01 02:11 PM

Editor's Page: Quest for the Best

The March Best of Honolulu issue is a reader favorite, and a pleasure to research.
2012.03.01 09:18 AM

State Proposes Absurd Tax on Electronic Cigarettes

If you’ve successfully replaced cigarette smoking with electronic cigarettes, take note, the Hawaii state Legislature would like to tax you as if you were still smoking.
2012.02.07 02:41 PM

Millerbirds on Laysan Island

Nest Building: A Northwestern Hawaiian Island is getting back the birds it lost almost 100 years ago.
2012.02.07 09:13 AM

The First Hawaiians: Native Plants

These plants, many found nowhere else in the world, welcomed the first Hawaiians to their new home and became essential in everyday life.
2012.02.03 09:33 AM

Afterthoughts: Remembering John

Honolulu will not be the same without Heckathorn.
2012.02.02 09:36 AM

Editor's Page: Goodbye, John

HONOLULU Magazine loses a legend.
2012.02.01 09:00 AM

Hawaii Wants to Spy on Your Every Internet Move

The state thinks it would be super cool to know every move you make online.
2012.01.26 03:52 PM

DonorsChoose.com Funding Hawaii Teachers

Outside of the Box: Public school teachers have to get creative when it comes to funding for their classroom.
2012.01.11 09:00 AM