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Jack Johnson on Staying Local, Environmentalism and Superstardom

Musician Jack Johnson has achieved international superstardom with the help of his wife, Kim, earning enough to donate more than $30 million to causes they support. Find out how the power couple strike a balance.
2015.02.15 02:41 PM

Quote Unquote: Sue Chipperton is Among Hollywood’s Top Requested Animal Trainers

2015.02.06 06:00 AM

Field Notes: Meet Honolulu’s Competitive Gamers

Field Notes explores Honolulu’s vast and varied scenes and subcultures. This month we meet the guys who make money playing video games.
2015.01.23 03:35 PM

Legendary UH Women’s Volleyball Coach Dave Shoji Recounts Career Highs and Lows in New Book

UH legend Dave Shoji became the winningest coach in women’s volleyball last season. Now he has a new book out.
2014.11.19 10:20 AM

Photo Essay: Kalaupapa Memories, Molokai, Hawaii

Here, we’ve selected images from renowned photographer Wayne Levin, who took the following photographs in Kalaupapa, Molokai. All were taken between 1984 and 1987.
2012.08.13 09:14 AM

Honolulu's Freshest Noodles

Meet the noodle makers rolling out the Island’s nicest noodles by hand... and foot!
2012.08.07 09:09 AM

Kikaida: Hawaii's Favorite Superhero

After all these years, Hawaii’s favorite superhero is still kicking monster tail and inspiring local fans.
2012.07.12 06:00 AM

Welcome Back Ben Cayetano?

We sat down with former governor and current mayoral candidate Ben Cayetano to talk about rail, old guys and why your commute isn’t going to get any better, no matter who wins.
2012.07.09 06:00 AM

I Am a Roller Derby Girl in Honolulu

Injuries, drama, dedication, victory—associate editor Tiffany Hill laced up her skates to rumble in Honolulu’s fast-growing sport.
2012.07.03 06:00 AM

Rising Artists in Hawaii

There’s more to Hawaii’s contemporary art than ocean scenes and hula dancers. Check out these eight delectably collectible artists whose careers are gathering speed.
2012.05.10 09:30 AM

Na Puka Kula: Hawaiian Immersion Graduates

Some of the first graduates of the Hawaiian immersion schools have been out on their own in the adult world for a few years now. We caught up with four of them for their reflections on the schools, the language and their futures.
2012.03.12 09:28 AM

Walking Honolulu's Queen Street

Where Honolulu’s urban past and future meet.
2012.02.09 09:25 AM