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HONOLULU Magazine’s Summer Bucket List

We rounded up your must-do list for the season so you can plan the best summer ever.
2019.06.01 07:00 AM

How Hawaiian Immersion Programs Are Inspiring Public School Students

Learning centers and Hawaiian language immersion are among the programs that show that Hawai‘i public schools reach far beyond test scores and letter grades.
2019.05.23 08:18 PM

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

Portraits of Gender and Sexual Identities in the Hawaiian Community

Mana Magazine explored Hawaiian cultural traditions through modern icons.
2019.05.14 04:02 PM

How Did Hawai‘i’s Public Schools Rank in 2017–2018?

Since 2003, HONOLULU Magazine has been publishing a chart that ranks Hawai‘i’s public schools.
2019.05.11 07:00 AM

This Hawai‘i P.A. Went From Making Costco Runs to Starring Alongside Ben Affleck

In real life, Louis Jeovanny was running errands and grabbing dry cleaning. In Netflix’s “Triple Frontier,” he’s stealing millions of dollars in drug money.
2019.04.25 05:02 PM

Should Hawai‘i Continue to Recycle? These Experts Say You Should Think Again

Environmentalists say “refusing” and “reusing” are much better than recycling. Here’s what you should know.
2019.04.22 12:15 PM

First Look: Tane Vegan Izakaya Serves Vegan Sushi Ramen

The strictly plant-based izakaya is a new challenge for two McKinley dropouts and “Heroes of the Environment” with a mini-empire in San Francisco.
2019.04.12 11:40 AM

7 Hawai‘i-Based Podcasts on the Rise

Podcasts make it easy to create your own playlist of content on the go. Here are seven local ones gaining listeners.
2019.04.03 05:56 PM

6 Safari-Inspired Floral Outfits That are Perfect for Spring

Adventure calls this spring with safari-inspired silhouettes, wildly fun florals and earthy, sun-drenched hues.
2019.03.28 03:31 PM

Jacques Arago’s Sketch from 1819 of Lahaina in Maui Makes its Return to Hawai‘i

A sketch of Maui that began on a French ship in 1819 is back in the Islands because of a collector, an Australian book dealer and a secret donor.
2019.03.21 03:18 PM

Tourists and Traffic Trouble the Residents of Kailua

Redevelopment, social media and presidential publicity all lure more tourists than ever to this once mostly residential Windward O‘ahu town.
2019.03.19 05:27 PM