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Our Interview With Louis Kealoha 9 Years Before He and Katherine Kealoha Are Found Guilty

In 2010, prosecutors find that the pair had been abusing their power nearly from the get-go.
2020.07.16 12:00 PM

Ralph Gaston on Presenting Himself as a Nonthreatening Black Man

The coffee farmer talks about the culture in Pāhala, Big Island, versus in cafés in Mainland cities.
2020.07.15 07:00 AM

What It’s Like Being a Hawai‘i Nurse During a Pandemic

Here’s how local hospitals adapted to treating COVID-19 patients.
2020.07.14 10:30 AM

The Honolulu Family Behind Fukuda Seed Store First Sold Seeds to O‘ahu Gardeners 100 Years Ago

When the pandemic prompted people to create or revive home gardens, this mom and pop business found ways to keep up with the growing demand for DIY food.
2020.07.12 03:02 PM

Dan Akaka Became the First Native Hawaiian Elected to the U.S. Senate in 1990

Ahead of the July candidate filing deadline, Dan Boylan reflects on the pivotal U.S. Senate race between Democrat Dan Akaka and Republican Pat Saiki, following the death of Spark Matsunaga.
2020.07.09 07:00 AM

Gida Snyder of Slow Island Co. on Being Black in the Food Industry

The caterer and maker of syrups using Hawai‘i-grown ingredients on why she’s talking race and politics in her business.
2020.07.08 12:00 PM

What It’s Like Operating a Honolulu Care Home During a Pandemic

Here’s how Caring Mānoa keeps up social distancing while making sure residents maintain quality of life.
2020.07.07 12:00 PM

The Owner of Sale Pepe On Racism in the Food Business and Why She Feels At Home On Maui

Qiana Di Bari used to manage the hip-hop group A Tribe Called Quest before opening her own restaurant in New York, then moving to Maui in 2013.
2020.07.01 01:14 PM

What It’s Like Driving for a Ride-Hailing Company During a Pandemic

The switch from Uber to Uber Eats has helped make up for a lack of customers.
2020.06.30 11:45 AM

12 Ways to Support the Black Community in Hawai‘i

Here are some local organizations to support and resources to learn more about the history and culture of the Black community in Hawai‘i.
2020.06.24 11:25 AM

What It’s Like Being a Police Captain and Father During the Pandemic

Mike Lambert runs Honolulu Police Department programs for the homeless population, which, during the early stages of Honolulu’s lockdown, meant setting up new self-quarantine sites. He also stopped living with his kids.
2020.06.23 11:00 AM

Real Gastropub, Hawai‘i’s First Restaurant to Focus on Craft Beer, Won’t be Reopening

Looking back on the restaurant that helped usher in Hawai‘i’s craft beer scene.
2020.06.19 02:34 PM