Mike Lambert runs Honolulu Police Department programs for the homeless population, which, during the early stages of Honolulu’s lockdown, meant setting up new self-quarantine sites. He also stopped living with his kids.
Mike Lambert, as told to Robbie Dingeman | Photos by Aaron K. Yoshino
We’re hoping to see you out sometime in May. But weeks of quarantine cuisine have renewed our love for local businesses that deliver great Hawai‘i produce, meat and even locally prepared meals right to our doors.
MARTHA CHENG | Photos by aaron k. yoshino, martha cheng and david croxford
Early childhood offers a critical opportunity for children to learn and grow in ways that help them thrive throughout their lives. Yet Hawai‘i politicians have been debating universal preschool for decades and the first public classes just started six years ago. Will this be the year big expansion happens?