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Honolulu Ghost Stories with Lopaka Kapanui

Lopaka Kapanui explains historical hauntings at Oahu Cemetery in Nuuanu.
2011.10.07 12:00 AM

How the Hula Preservation Society is Documenting a Piece of Hawai‘i History

For more than a decade, the Hula Preservation Society has been interviewing, and videotaping, hula’s most respected elders, capturing their knowledge, their memories and their stories. The result is a treasure trove of history and culture; here, we present just a few excerpts from the hundreds of hours of footage.
2011.09.08 09:00 AM

Hawaii's Public Art

On the Hunt: See the city with fresh eyes via this article, an artistic scavenger hunt of Honolulu’s best public art.
2011.08.08 04:00 AM

The Hitt List: Hidden Waikiki Bars

In this video, Honolulu Magazine's Christine Hitt visits two hidden bars in Waikiki, Wang Chung's and Genius Lounge.
2011.07.01 03:28 AM

Art to Art: Anatomy of a Merger

Two of Honolulu’s largest art museums are merging. Here’s what it means for local art lovers.
2011.04.04 07:33 PM

Best Trendy Workout

For our March 2011 Best of Honolulu issue, we visited we visited Volcanic Rock Gym and watched owner Justin Ridgely teach writer, Victoria Wiseman, how to rock climb for the first time.
2011.03.31 05:25 PM

Best Doggie Treats

For our March 2011 Best of Honolulu issue, we visited Hawaii Doggie Bakery, which won Best Doggie Treats.
2011.03.01 06:09 PM

Best Cocktail Caterers

For our March 2011 Best of Honolulu issue, we invited the Best Cocktail Caterers into the Honolulu Magazine office.
2011.03.01 01:44 PM

Best Bars 2010: Bars For Any Occasion

Sometimes life calls for a drink. Whether it’s to celebrate a promotion, drown your sorrows after a job loss, go out with the girls, watch the Hawaii Bowl or whatever, we found the 24 best bars for 24 different occasions. Cheers!
2011.01.06 04:00 AM

Sour Poi Awards 2010

Celebrating the best of the worst of 2010—the strange, the stupid and the scandalous.
2011.01.04 01:18 PM

BJ Penn: Outside the Octagon

Through mixed martial arts, BJ Penn became Hawaii's most well-known athlete, but not always for the right reasons. Now, he's evolving into one of the world's most influential martial arts teachers.
2010.09.07 06:57 PM

Exploring Kapolei

We discover 27 reasons to head out west.
2010.07.12 07:52 PM