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Left Behind?

Even with the new push for universal preschool, families with younger kids will still struggle.
2020.04.30 07:54 PM

Inside a $5,000-a-Night Hotel, Mugen’s 8-course Tasting Menu is an Affordable Luxury

Inside a $5,000-a-night hotel, Mugen’s eight-course tasting menu is an affordable luxury.
2020.04.30 04:27 PM

Our Separate Reality: Snapshots of Honolulu’s New Normal

A week after the city and state ordered us to shelter in place, O‘ahu was almost unrecognizable.
2020.04.30 03:26 PM

Can We Ever Eat All Local in Hawai‘i?

The governor set a goal of doubling local food production by 2020. So how do we measure up?
2020.04.21 07:00 AM

3 New Books By Hawai‘i Writers That You Should Read Right Now

Bookmarks the spot.
2020.04.13 08:05 PM

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 to Order Local Beef, Pork and Produce from Hawai‘i’s Kualoa Ranch

Kualoa Ranch, its 4,000 acres often the backdrop for Hollywood movies, is now coming to the forefront for its livestock.
2020.04.08 12:27 PM

Meet the Designers and Local Businesses Making Face Masks for Hawai‘i’s Brave Essential Workers

These Hawai‘i fashion designers are sewing the extra mile to help keep us safe.
2020.04.04 03:42 PM

What Happened to Chinatown’s Arts District?

There goes the neighborhood.
2020.03.31 07:00 AM

O‘ahu in 1995: Nineties Spring Fashion in Hawai‘i

A cherry red convertible sets the tone for 1995’s “Spring Into Color” fashion section.
2020.03.19 07:00 AM

Sig Zane’s New Chinatown Shop Fashions New Opportunities for the Hilo-Based Brand

Sense of space.
2020.03.17 07:00 AM

O‘ahu in 1950: Visitors Could Once Enjoy Staying in Hawai‘i for 10 Dollars a Day

Finding affordable accommodations in the Islands for teachers and out-of-state students isn’t a new problem, it seems.
2020.03.12 07:00 AM