Each month Field Notes explores Honolulu’s vibrant and varied scenes and subcultures. This month: Weekday Afternoons at Manoa Pool.
A new anthology grapples with the big questions.
Sarah Park, infectious disease physician, state epidemiologist and chief of the Hawaii Department of Health’s Disease Outbreak Control Division, investigates everything from measles outbreaks to the flu and leptospirosis. She isn’t scared of a little dengue, but she also doesn’t buy the 5-second rule.
An insider looks back to the early days of pro baseball and The Hawaii Islanders.
A 65-year-old artwork symbolizing the eternal struggle in life has overcome its own battles, from an early identity crisis to sledgehammer attacks.
April may be Earth Month, but we’re celebrating the ocean and outer space, too.
In 1888, King Kalakaua issued a royal charter, commissioning a magazine. Then titled Paradise of the Pacific, this publication became HONOLULU Magazine, making it the oldest magazine west of the Mississippi.
Ducks float downstream in a “race” that raises funds for the United Cerebral Palsy Association of Hawaii (UCPAHI).
Brittany Wi Lin Lee, 24, was crowned Narcissus Queen at the Chinese Chamber of Commerce’s 65th annual Narcissus Festival earlier this year.
Each month Field Notes explores Honolulu’s vibrant and varied scenes and subcultures. This month: Classic Car Cruise Nights.
We explore beyond the cul-de-sacs to find East Honolulu’s friendly personalities, hidden treasures and where your lost fins ended up.
This year marks the 10th anniversary of Kawaii Kon, Hawaii’s largest anime convention and conference.