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Long Reads & Feature Stories

43 Things Every Local Must Do

What place other than Hawaii could come up with both the shaka sign and surfing?
2011.04.25 03:00 AM

63 Merchant Reborn

After being covered up in plaster for decades, one of Honolulu’s most historic buildings gets a dramatic new look.
2011.04.21 01:58 PM

Poke: Past and Present

For locals, few things say “home” as much as poke. Here’s the story of the evolution of this quintessential Hawaii food.
2011.04.18 12:00 AM

Car Crazy in Honolulu

We may hate to commute in Honolulu, but we love our cars. Meet some of the everyday Honoluluans who race, collect and adore their automobiles.
2011.04.15 05:21 PM

Art to Art: Anatomy of a Merger

Two of Honolulu’s largest art museums are merging. Here’s what it means for local art lovers.
2011.04.04 07:33 PM

A Degree of Homelessness

They’re the most untraditional college students of all, but for these three homeless people in Hawaii, college may be their way out.
2011.03.31 08:44 PM

The Day the Honolulu Symphony Died

We had a front-row seat at the implosion of the 110-year-old Honolulu Symphony.
2011.02.01 02:31 PM

Malice in the Palace: The Hawaii Crown Jewel Robbery

Did the Hawaii Guard steal gems, fence them and even swap them for opium? Read on for the sordid tale.
2011.01.31 02:22 AM

Meet the Mayor: Peter Carlisle

We sit down for a Q&A with new Honolulu Mayor Peter Carlisle about his plans to trim government, build rail, fix the sewers and clean up the city's clutter.
2011.01.04 02:08 PM

Sour Poi Awards 2011

Celebrating the best of the worst of 2010—the strange, the stupid and the scandalous.
2011.01.04 01:18 PM

Hawaii Soldiers Coming Home

For many soldiers getting back from Iraq or Afghanistan, the battle has just begun.
2010.12.10 08:19 PM

Hawai‘i’s Most Endangered Historic Sites

The Historic Hawaii Foundation, the State Historic Preservation Division and Honolulu Magazine compile an annual list of some of our state's most endangered places.
2010.12.10 05:47 PM