News & Opinion

The Worst Neighbor on the Block: Genshiro Kawamoto

The eccentric billionaire ends his dramatic reign over Kahala Avenue.

The Gender Gap: Hawaii Women Still Earning Less Than Men

Some Hawaii jobs pay more than others, sure, but even in fields that employ mostly women, men still usually receive higher salaries.

Hawaii’s First Same-Sex Couples Tie Knot

You may now kiss the groom.

Afterthoughts: Moving On

Chinatown’s losing more than just cheesecake.

Editor's Page: No. 22

HONOLULU welcomes a new editor.

Inouye Namesakes in Honolulu

One year after the senator’s passing, a multitude of places have been renamed to honor his legacy, from UH buildings, to a century-old lighthouse on Kauai, to a Navy destroyer.

The Rise, Fall and Rebirth of Waikiki's International Market Place

Say goodbye to the Waikiki landmark shopping bazaar.

Afterthoughts: For the Love

Scenes from the special session on marriage equality.

Welcome to the Issue: Ahi Love

All you ever wanted to know about Hawaii's favorite fish.

Hawaii's Most Endangered Historic Places

The Historic Hawaii Foundation, the state Historic Preservation Division and HONOLULU Magazine compile an annual list of some of our state's most endangered sites.

Hawaiian Language: Dead or Alive?

Thousands more young people today speak Olelo Hawaii (Hawaiian language) than did their counterparts 30 years ago. Or at least they’re schooled in it. But is that enough to revive a language?

Where the Sidewalk (Camping) Ends

Honolulu contemplates joining the host of cities where sacking out on the sidewalk is not allowed.

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