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Jon Matsubara Serves “Refined Grinds” at One of Honolulu’s Hottest New Restaurants

Now, chef Jon Matsubara is in the kitchen of one of the most buzzable new eateries in town—and it’s finally his.
2020.01.29 03:56 PM

Can Telemedicine Save the Medical Care Crisis in Hawai‘i?

All ideas are on the table, including shorter and less rigorous training for some doctors. But time and money are running out.
2020.01.10 07:44 PM

17 Nisei Veterans Share Stories of the Lives They Built in Hawai‘i After World War II

They’re our everyday heroes in plain clothes—the revered second-generation Japanese American veterans of World War II. Fewer than 250 Hawai‘i nisei vets are known to be alive today in Hawai‘i. And the war is just part of their life stories.
2019.12.31 10:00 AM

How the Conflict Over the Thirty Meter Telescope Has Reawakened a More-Than-Century-Old Battle

It’s the largest movement since Native Hawaiians rallied to fight the military bombing of Kaho‘olawe in the 1970s.
2019.12.27 12:27 PM

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.
2019.12.24 10:00 AM

7 Things We Expect President Obama Will Do on O‘ahu

After many Hawai‘i vacations, President Barack Obama is spending Christmas on O‘ahu with his family this month once again. Here’s what to expect.
2019.12.20 02:09 PM

An Extrovert’s Guide to Dining Solo in Honolulu

Dining alone doesn’t have to mean eating alone.
2019.12.11 12:56 PM

Meet the People Who Are Helping to Save Hawai‘i’s Nēnē

On private lands across Hawai‘i, generations of families and ranchers have hosted and cared for the endangered bird.
2019.12.09 03:10 PM

Will These 4 Hawaiian Traditions Disappear Forever?

The Office of Hawaiian Affairs hopes to bolster ancient cultural traditions with a soon-to-be-released directory of artists, instructors and experts. Meet four of those practitioners who are fighting to keep their ancient arts alive.
2019.12.05 05:03 PM

Are We Cashing in On TV And Film Production Or Is It Just a Hollywood Illusion?

Last year was Hawai‘i’s most lucrative year to date for film production. So why are we setting limits that some say will keep studios away?
2019.11.26 07:00 AM

How Screenwriters Aaron and Jordan Kandell Went from Hawai‘i to Hollywood

Local twins and screenwriters Aaron and Jordan Kandell hadn’t planned a future in film. Yet they went from Hawai‘i to Hollywood. Here’s how.
2019.11.21 05:12 PM

After 71 Years in Business, Family-Run Foodland is Swinging for the Fences

Changes are happening across Foodland’s 33 stores, some gradual and subtle, others over the top. And there’s more coming.
2019.10.29 04:22 PM