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Editor's Page: Ten Years of Schools Coverage

Looking back on a decade of covering Hawaii’s state Department of Education.
2011.05.02 04:00 AM

"The Death of Public School": Ten Years Later

In May 2001, we published a feature entitled, “The Death of Public School,” taking the state Department of Education to task for failing to do its job. After a decade of reform promises, has anything changed? We take a look at what's next for our public schools.
2011.05.02 02:00 AM

Grading the Public High Schools

This year, we rank Hawaii’s public high schools, using performance and satisfaction data from the state Department of Education.
2011.05.01 01:00 PM

Afterthoughts: War Stories

Visiting the USS Arizona Memorial’s new visitor center.
2011.04.14 12:43 AM

A Second Chance for the Honolulu Symphony?

Local business leaders look to bring back live, symphonic music to the city.
2011.03.14 06:33 PM

A Bali-Hawaii Connection

Design fans: don't miss a talk tonight by Bali architect, Popo Danes, at the Design Within Reach studio, Ala Moana.
2011.03.10 12:07 PM

The Day the Honolulu Symphony Died

We had a front-row seat at the implosion of the 110-year-old Honolulu Symphony.
2011.02.01 02:31 PM

Don't Try This Without a Lawyer

The next time you find yourself wondering whether or not you need a lawyer, take a moment to consider this old legal adage: He who represents himself has a fool for a client.
2010.10.19 02:00 PM

Best Lawyers in Hawaii 2010

This is our 13th presentation of the Best Lawyers in Hawaii, as determined by the research firm Woodward/White, publishers of The Best Lawyers in America.
2010.10.10 05:00 AM

Tax Cut for USPS

The Post Office is catching a break this year, thanks to the Internet.
2010.03.17 12:00 AM

Meeting of the Minds

East-West Philosophers’ Conference convenes in Honolulu to discuss “Educations and Their Purposes"
2010.03.12 06:25 PM

Called to duty

This month, about 380 Army Reservists and 180 Army National Guardsmen from Hawai‘i will deploy to Iraq, leaving their families and jobs behind.
2010.01.25 02:39 PM