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How This 11-Year-Old HONOLULU Family Virtual Fun Run Finisher is Helping Others

When his five sports teams had to stop practicing, 11-year-old Brennan Yamaguchi was sad. But what was even harder was watching the bill he worked on stall at the legislature.
2020.04.30 04:25 PM

An Aunty on the Big Island, a Kick-Butt Dancing Queen and a Really Hot Dinosaur

Each week, HONOLULU Magazine staff and readers show aloha for small acts of kindness.
2020.04.27 04:08 PM

Join Da Shop’s Virtual Q&A with 2020’s Breakout Novelist Kawai Strong Washburn

With raves from “The New York Times,” “Vanity Fair” and, ahem, HONOLULU, Washburn’s “Sharks in the Time of Saviors” has become an international publishing phenomenon.
2020.04.24 10:00 AM

7 Eco-Warriors Weigh in on How to Live a Sustainable Life

From educators to a fishery-to-table liaison, these local eco-warriors give us their suggestions to live more sustainably.
2020.04.21 06:00 PM

HONOLULU Magazine Staff and Readers Show Aloha for Small Acts of Kindness

Whether it’s a neighbor baking delicious banana bread or a stranger showing love to a loved one, our community is filled with stories of compassion, generosity and aloha.
2020.04.20 06:07 PM

Local Boy and Former Lady Gaga Dancer Gets The Party Started at Home

Mark Kanemura’s bright moves will get you out of your couch-ella mood and step up your positivity with these fun and free dance classes.
2020.04.16 06:43 PM

Keanu Reeves, Barack Obama, Oprah? Who Do You Want To Live With?

Forget finding your Harry Potter house—shacking up with local celebrities is what quaran-dreams are made of.
2020.04.15 05:00 PM

The 2020 Census Deadline Has Been Extended So You Have More Time to Send in Your Questionnaire

Make yourself count by taking 10 minutes to fill out the very important 2020 Census questionnaire.
2020.04.14 05:06 PM

Hālau, Artisans and Hula Community Still Dealing With Merrie Monarch Cancellation

Because hula is life.
2020.04.14 09:50 AM

Hawai‘i People Show Kindness in the Time of Coronavirus

Many people are quietly reaching out donating food, flowers, masks and even Easter lilies to those on the front lines of the pandemic in Honolulu.
2020.04.11 09:38 AM

Overheard in Honolulu: A Grandmother and Her Granddaughter Share Dating Stories

We put two people in a room to talk story, then stay out of the way.
2020.04.11 07:00 AM

How Hawai‘i Musicians Are Trying to Help During the COVID-19 Crisis

Concerts have been canceled, but local entertainers are still making music and finding new ways to reach their audiences.
2020.04.10 11:12 AM