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The Maryland Lesson

Hawaii’s public schools clearly need to improve. We take a look at the No. 1 public education system in the nation, to see what success looks like. What can we learn from Maryland’s example?
2010.05.04 06:13 PM

Caught in Between

Thousands of people are caring for their children and elderly parents simultaneously. Here are the stories of kamaaina who are coping with this challenge.
2010.05.04 06:08 PM

All for Wine, Wine for All

2010.05.04 11:39 AM

Bugs in the System

The next time you have maple syrup with your pancakes, thank the Bishop Museum's world-class entomology collection. Here's why.
2010.05.03 08:29 PM

Dining: Eat, Memory

Sometimes the newer the restaurants are, the more familiar they seem.
2010.05.03 07:04 PM

From Our Files

May archives
2010.05.03 04:22 PM

Afterthoughts: Shipping of Fools

Mankind has walked on the moon. Cured polio. Created incredible technologies, from the printing press to the Internet. But still, we cannot ship a cardboard box to Hawaii.
2010.05.03 04:14 PM

Give Peace A Chance

2010.05.03 09:14 AM

Newest Honolulu Store is Eco-Focused

Downtown Honolulu’s newest store, Super Citizen, just opened on Monday on Pauahi Street.
2010.04.30 09:38 PM

Field Guide: Fresh Ideas for Pau Hana

Instead of hitting the bar after work, why not try something new? We found five relaxing pau hana happenings.
2010.04.30 04:38 PM

Taking Aim

Once dominated by a macho image, archery is turning into a family-friendly sport.
2010.04.30 04:11 PM

C is for Community

There’s a new CSA box on the block.
2010.04.30 03:38 PM