Hawaii loses more than just its senior senator.
You don’t get to choose them, but you have to live with them.
One of the Make-A-Wish Foundation's local recipients is 11-year-old Skylar Soares, and her wish is to create a line of sun-safe hats.
All the restaurant coverage in this issue got us thinking about our favorite local foods.
Celebrating the best of the worst of 2012—the dumb, the deranged and the indefensible.
To most, they’re just old bones in the ground. To Paulette Kaanohiokalani Kaleikini, the iwi kupuna are her ancestors, her history, her culture.
After 1,500 issues, we're still going strong.
The bizarre story behind the death of Maui's ultimate trustafarian.
Mahalo Rewards: South Park's episode entitled "Going Native" gets Hawaii residents asking this question.
A young Honolulu architecture firm is winning awards and solving problems.
As the number of legal specialties here—76!—attests, life is complicated. But there’s no need to face those complications without an advocate.
From Salt Lake Boulevard by the stadium to Acacia Road in Pearl City: how about a nice hedge instead?