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Oahu's Safest and Most Dangerous Beaches

Based on the number of annual rescues per 100,000 visitors in 2010.
2011.11.29 05:00 AM

A Century of Care with Palama Settlement

This month marks the 100th anniversary of local nonprofit Palama Settlement’s incorporation.
2011.11.28 09:00 AM

WWII Wrecks Discovered Off Maui

Echoes of War: World War II wrecks found, off Maui.
2011.11.24 08:00 AM

Kickstarter Funding Hawaii Projects

Kickstarted: When it comes to funding creative projects, more and more Hawaii artists are relying on the kindness of online strangers.
2011.11.21 08:00 AM

Kid-Size Care with Hospice Hawaii

Hospice Hawaii not only cares for terminally ill adults, but now children, too.
2011.11.18 08:00 AM

Hawaiian Music's Future After Borders

Music Crunch: Borders’ closing means new challenges for Hawaiian music.
2011.11.15 09:00 PM

These are the 5 Most Endangered Historic Places in Hawai‘i

Each year, we look for our state’s most endangered historic places through a partnership with the Historic Hawaii Foundation and the State Historic Preservation Division.
2011.11.14 09:00 AM

First Unitarian Church of Honolulu Inducts First Openly Gay, Asian Minister

The First Unitarian Church of Honolulu will be inducting their first openly gay, Asian minister on Nov. 20th, 2011.
2011.11.11 09:00 AM

The Honolulu Symphony Revival

Symphony, Revived: Not content to let the symphony die, local business leaders have a new business model, one they hope will ensure symphony musicians take the stage this month.
2011.11.10 09:00 PM

Opinion: West Side Story Vandalized

Does no one remember what an overture is anymore?
2011.11.10 02:00 AM

De-Listing the Hawaiian Green Sea Turtle?

Turtle Troubles… Over?: It’s been illegal to hunt honu for decades. Some say it’s been long enough.
2011.11.09 07:00 AM

TED Conference in Honolulu

Local Genius: A national lecture series gets a Hawaii-specific version this month.
2011.11.07 08:00 AM