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A new Honolulu charter school teaches sustainability

A new Kaimuki research-driven charter school, called SEEQS, gets students outside of the class, solving real-world issues.
2013.09.03 06:00 AM

Welcome to the Issue/Contributors Page

Go team! Writing about sports takes teamwork.
2013.09.01 06:00 AM

Afterthoughts: Sticker Up

On parties, families and what it takes to get a magazine out.
2013.08.19 08:00 AM

Unsolicited Advice: Stop Carrying On So!

This Keep Calm and Carry On" meme has got to stop.
2013.08.14 06:00 AM

Hawaii Space Exploration: UH Students Reach for the Sky

Once UH students fling their Hiaka Satellite into space, this place might never again be the same.
2013.08.05 06:00 AM

An Inside Look at Larry Ellison's Lanai

Tech billionaire Larry Ellison has set out to transform the Pineapple Isle into a “laboratory for sustainability.” How does Lanai feel about that?
2013.08.01 06:00 AM

Editor's Page: And Then

Digging through the past, looking to the future.
2013.07.24 01:33 PM

Afterthoughts: No Fly Zone

I used to like doves. Then I found out they can’t take a hint.
2013.07.22 06:00 AM

Startup Paradise

These fledging tech businesses are getting a kick start thanks to a venture accelerator started by Henk Rogers. Yes, the Henk Rogers of Tetris fame.
2013.07.17 07:00 AM

Unsolicited Advice: Save an old building

Do you know of a historic building or landmark in danger of being lost? Make a nomination.
2013.07.12 06:00 AM

Trains of Woe

Honolulu’s Italian train supplier has been breaking promises around the world.
2013.07.10 07:00 AM

Hawai‘i’s Japanese Buddhist Temples Are Struggling to Keep Ancient Traditions Alive

In summer, Japanese Buddhist temples across the Islands come alive with lanterns and bon dancers. But temple membership has dwindled. When the most active participants are elderly, is Hawai‘i about to lose something unique?
2013.07.08 06:00 AM
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