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Hello Dolly: Get Dolled Up in Spring’s Hottest Fashion Trends

Spring's playful patterns, garden ginghams, darling dots and classic stripes, anchored by candy hues, make getting all dolled up child's play. Throw on some of-the-moment accessories in eye-popping pink and you're ready to step outside the box.
2015.04.09 04:41 PM

11 Hawai‘i General Stores You Must Visit

Hole-in-the-wall general stores dishing up their own eats— even if it’s just one ‘ono item—are a beloved part of Island life. Here are a few of Hawai‘i’s best.
2015.03.20 02:00 PM

The Man Behind Shokudo’s Popular Honey Toast

He created Shokudo, Búho and, now, Bread + Butter.
2015.03.11 05:43 PM

How Local Are You? Your Potluck Dish Says A Lot About You

Or why a Jewish guy is eating Chinese food at his son’s bar mitzvah in Kāhala.
2015.02.23 09:14 AM

Jack Johnson on Staying Local, Environmentalism and Superstardom

Musician Jack Johnson has achieved international superstardom with the help of his wife, Kim, earning enough to donate more than $30 million to causes they support. Find out how the power couple strike a balance.
2015.02.15 02:41 PM

New Chef Gives Vintage Cave Honolulu a French Accent

Former French Laundry chef Jonathan Mizukami returns to Honolulu as Vintage Cave Honolulu’s new chef.
2015.02.11 06:00 AM

Da Untold Story of Hawaiian Santa, a Pidgin Story by Lee A. Tonouchi

A never-before published work of fiction from the renowned Pidgin Guerilla.
2014.11.25 06:00 AM

The 8 Most Endangered Historic Places in Hawai‘i

The Historic Hawai‘i Foundation, the state Historic Preservation Division and HONOLULU Magazine compile an annual list of some of our state’s most endangered sites.
2014.11.12 09:59 AM

How a Noodle Factory in Kalihi Fueled America’s Ramen Boom

Nine of the top 10 ramen restaurants named by The New York Times—and all but one of the 56 ramen shops in Honolulu—use Sun Noodle.
2014.11.05 09:00 AM

Cannery Tales: Community Leaders Talk Story About Bygone Summers in Honolulu’s Pineapple Factories

Honolulu’s pineapple factories provided a rite of passage for generations of teens, including state senator David Ige and sumo star Konishiki. These summer jobs tossed them into the grind of a production line and left them with a mix of memories.
2014.11.03 02:13 PM

Menehune, Hauntings and Choking Ghosts: 6 Beloved Ghost Stories From Hawai‘i’s Spooky Past

Hawai‘i loves its ghosts and ghost stories. A half-dozen Islanders share their most chicken-skin moments.
2014.10.24 12:28 PM

Meet Two Women Who Survived Cancer, and What You Need to Know Now

Lucrecia Fry and Jamey Etherton were diagnosed with cancer. What’s next?
2014.10.13 09:32 AM
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