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O‘ahu Shopping Guide: The Best Boutiques in Chinatown and Downtown Honolulu

HONOLULU Magazine’s style editors spill on where to go and what to buy to shop like a local.
2019.05.21 04:37 PM

12 Tasty Ways to Satisfy Your Taco Cravings in Honolulu

Taco ’bout a good deal for Taco Tuesday and beyond.
2019.05.21 12:34 PM

What’s Open or Closed in Honolulu for Memorial Day 2019

Your guide to which Honolulu City and County services will be available or suspended in observance of Memorial Day on May 27, 2019.
2019.05.21 09:38 AM

Meatballs, Dorms and Line Dancing—What the Hell’s Up With Aloha Tower?

Hawai‘i Pacific University’s move to Aloha Tower Marketplace and Waterfront and Pioneer plazas is a real cliffhanger. What’s next?
2019.05.20 04:00 PM

Internationally Renowned Architect I.M. Pei Leaves Honolulu Legacy

Known for his stunning design and global reputation, his work at the University of Hawai‘i is a hidden treasure to many.
2019.05.20 03:00 PM

Use This Checklist to Get the Most Out of Your Hurricane Insurance

(Sponsored) Mother Nature happens. To help you prepare for possible hurricane damage, the Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs Insurance Division shares 17 pre- and post-storm tips.
2019.05.20 11:18 AM

We Ate Our Way Through Every Doughnut at Purvé Donut Shop

We ate a dozen doughnuts in a day so we could rank all 12 flavors.
2019.05.20 11:00 AM

Oʻahu Hike We Like: Koko Crater Trail

Brace yourself for the railway stairs that will take you about a mile straight up to a breathtaking 360-degree view of the East Side with a heavy cardio workout.
2019.05.20 07:00 AM

A Historic Diamond Head Estate Hits the Market for the First Time

Some rich buyer will have the chance to live like Makalapua’s noteworthy former owner.
2019.05.17 12:09 PM

Black Sheep Cream Co. Brings Its Unicorn Poop to Wahiawā

A 23-year-old opens her second ice cream shop.
2019.05.17 09:20 AM

May 2019: Table of Contents

2019.05.16 06:32 PM

Did Honolulu Just Have Its First-Ever Shark Attack?

The incident off Diamond Head involved a surfer, a shark and one terrifying minute. But does it break the 150-year kapu that has kept the Waikīkī shores unbloodied?
2019.05.16 05:36 PM