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The Essential Guide to Taro: How Kalo is Eaten Around the World

Here are 12 other places that include taro in their diet (and one that doesn’t).
2017.12.07 08:55 AM

Keepers of the Kaona: How These 6 Kumu Preserve Hawai‘i’s Hula Traditions

These kumu hula have worked tirelessly for decades to ensure that the kaona, knowledge and traditional practices shared by their mentors are passed on to the next generation.
2017.11.22 11:55 AM

4 Entrepreneurs Keeping it Local on O‘ahu’s North Shore

Modern mom & pop businesses work to keep the country country.
2017.11.15 01:48 PM

Could Hawai‘i’s Endangered Native Crow Be Saved From Extinction?

Conservationists have spent decades working to re-establish Hawai‘i’s last remaining crow—the ‘alalā—in the wild.
2017.11.08 01:00 PM

Drink Local Guide: Where to Get Locally Crafted Beer, Wine and Spirits in Hawai‘i

It’s not just a craft-beer boom anymore: Hawai‘i produces our own wine, vodka, gin, mead and more right here in the Islands. Find out who’s behind it and where to get it.
2017.10.27 09:55 AM

Drink Local Guide: Where to Get Locally Crafted Spirits in Hawai‘i

Just about every kind of spirit, from rhum agricole to traditional shochu, can be found crafted in the islands.
2017.10.27 09:54 AM

Drink Local Guide: Here’s What Local Pros are Pairing

Three pros give us the scoop on their favorite local drink pairings.
2017.10.27 09:54 AM

Forget “Having it All”—Here’s How You Can Overcome Superwoman Syndrome

Ever felt like you’re facing constant pressure to juggle work, family, friends and everything in between—and to do it well? Experts say that unrealistically high standards can lead to greater stress and more health problems.
2017.10.25 01:00 PM

Drink Local Guide: Where to Get Locally Made Wine and Mead in Hawai‘i

Two wineries on the slopes of Hawai‘i volcanoes are producing small-batch estate wines that keep getting better with age. Plus, two local spots to try one of the oldest alcoholic beverages.
2017.10.24 08:55 AM

It Came From the Ala Wai: 6 Strange Creatures That Thrive in Waikīkī’s Sewage Filled Canal

What lurks in the murk of Honolulu’s most prominent drainage ditch? Lots of things, including a fish that can literally give you nightmares.
2017.10.23 09:08 AM

7 Local Superstitions You Need to Know Before Buying a New Home

Find a home for sale you like, put in an offer, buy and move in, right? Well, here in Hawai‘i, our diverse traditions and beliefs can make it more complicated.
2017.10.18 08:55 AM

Drink Local Guide: Where to Get Locally Brewed Craft Beer in Honolulu

With a slate of thriving breweries, bustling neighborhood bars, and Island-made beer lining the shelves of local stores, craft beer lovers in Hawai‘i have never had it better.
2017.10.18 08:55 AM