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5 Things You Need to Know About Medical Marijuana in Hawai‘i

As the state’s first pot lab gets the green light, two O‘ahu dispensaries may open as early as next week.
2017.08.02 12:44 PM

What’s Next for These Stores After Ward Warehouse Closes for Demolition?

Miss your favorite Ward Warehouse merchants? Here’s where to find them.
2017.07.28 06:35 PM

Here’s How to Survive a Possible North Korea Nuclear Strike in Hawai‘i

Here’s what you need to do according to the Hawai‘i State Department of Defense.
2017.07.28 12:20 PM

In Case You Missed It: Here’s a Glimpse of the Last King Tide of the Summer

Didn’t make it to the beach last weekend? Don’t worry—we took photos.
2017.07.25 02:47 PM

aio Media and HLTA Launch Awards Program for Top Achievers in Tourism

The awards will recognize outstanding achievements of tourism operators across the state.
2017.07.13 01:05 PM

A Snail’s Tale: Can Rare Hawaiian Land Snails Be Saved From Extinction?

In a remote area of the Wai‘anae Mountains, some of the most imperiled land snails in the world are being rescued from the brink of extinction at undisclosed locations.
2017.07.12 11:10 AM

Afterthoughts: A Few of My Favorite Things

I heart HONOLULU Magazine.
2017.07.07 03:49 PM

Rat Lungworm 101: What You Need to Know About This Potentially Deadly Parasite

Did you know rat lungworm has been found on five of the six largest Hawaiian Islands?
2017.07.06 03:08 PM

Why the Brutal Killing of 15 Albatrosses at Ka‘ena Point Matters

After a plea deal, on the eve of sentencing, we take a long look at this disturbing attack.
2017.07.02 02:34 AM

What’s Open or Closed in Honolulu for Independence Day 2017

Your guide to which Honolulu City and County services will be available or suspended in observance of Independence Day on July 4, 2017.
2017.06.30 12:57 PM

This is What It’s Really Like to Sail on the Hōkūleʻa Voyaging Canoe

Even the bathroom break can be an adventure.
2017.06.19 03:42 PM

Hōkūleʻa is Finally Home After Three Years of Voyaging Around the World

The celebration on Saturday, June 17, marked a journey of three years, 150 international ports, 250 crew members and 40,300 nautical miles.
2017.06.19 10:46 AM