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The Painful Path to Same-Sex Marriage in Hawaii

A first-person account of the saga.
2014.03.05 09:00 AM

Review: MW Restaurant

The new MW Restaurant serves food with influences from two of Hawaii’s most beloved kitchens, Alan Wong's and Zippy's.
2014.02.20 09:00 AM

Hawaii's Solar Energy Revolution

How the proliferation of solar panels on Honolulu homes will force Hawaiian Electric Co. to reinvent itself—or else.
2014.02.19 11:31 AM

Waikiki's Ilikai Hotel and Suites Turns 50

One of Waikiki’s most iconic landmarks celebrates its 50th anniversary this month. Here’s the story of how this hotel/condo hybrid came to be.
2014.02.04 10:50 AM

The Sour Poi Awards 2013

Celebrating the best of the worst of 2013 — the dumb, the deranged and the indefensible.
2014.01.20 07:00 AM

30th Anniversary of Hale Aina Awards

This year, for the 30th anniversary, we take a look at the two winningest chefs in the history of the awards, who continue to influence Hawaii dining today.
2014.01.17 07:12 AM

The Worst Neighbor on the Block: Genshiro Kawamoto

The eccentric billionaire ends his dramatic reign over Kahala Avenue.
2014.01.09 07:00 AM

The Everything Guide to Ahi in Hawaii

Hawaii's Most Beloved Fish: A guide to finding the best, and stories from the people who catch and serve it.
2013.12.09 10:13 AM

The Rise, Fall and Rebirth of Waikiki's International Market Place

Say goodbye to the Waikiki landmark shopping bazaar.
2013.12.03 06:00 AM

Reasons We Love Honolulu

Sure, we're lucky to live in Hawaii, but if you live on Oahu, there's so much more to the place than sunsets and beaches. From paiai delivered, to cool aloha wear, from Dave Shoji to gay marriage, here's why we're so fortunate to live in this city.
2013.11.19 12:22 PM

Hawaii's Most Endangered Historic Places

The Historic Hawaii Foundation, the state Historic Preservation Division and HONOLULU Magazine compile an annual list of some of our state's most endangered sites.
2013.11.18 06:00 AM

Hawaiian Language: Dead or Alive?

Thousands more young people today speak Olelo Hawaii (Hawaiian language) than did their counterparts 30 years ago. Or at least they’re schooled in it. But is that enough to revive a language?
2013.11.14 12:45 PM
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