In our April issue, read 43 things every local must do, go on the best izakaya adventures and check out three inspiring stories of college students who are homeless.
After taking the night to celebrate their 15th anniversary with a “Crystal Ball” party, the performers of Tau Dance are back in the studio.
The fourth annual week-long Shop a Le‘a provides a meeting place for high fashion and unique Honolulu style.
Equal parts hip-hop, Latin, and ska, with crunchy bits of ukulele and country twang. You’re now listening to Family Dinner.
In Honolulu Magazine's new blog Sendai-Honolulu Journal, Scott Schumaker shares how his family is coping with separation amid the chaos and misery of post-quake life in Sendai, Japan.
This weekend holds two state educational finals for youth—the winners of which receive a trip to Washington D.C. for national competitions.
In the past few days, Hawaii has lost two legends, Kahauanu Lake and Herb Kawainui Kane.
Although local artist Jinja Kim’s newest show is titled “Text Messages,” it consists not of pixilated cell phone screenshots, but rather of colorful mixed media collages.
Alan Nagahisa’s dojo, The Aikido Ohana, will be joining more than 20 other aikido dojos from around the state and the world this month for Aikido Celebration 2011.
For our March 2011 Best of Honolulu issue, we visited Hawaii Doggie Bakery, which won Best Doggie Treats.
March always means “The Best of Honolulu” for us—this year, we have 101 winners.
Use one of these last minute ideas—because they won’t seem last minute to her.