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This Local Woman Has Been Taking Classes at the Honolulu Museum of Art for 60 Years

A drawing class in 1957 led McKinley High School student Carolyn Dilag Nakagawa to become a lifelong learner at the Honolulu Museum of Art.
2018.01.04 02:44 PM

These Colorful Specialty License Plates Raise Money for Hawai‘i National Parks

Ten thousand specialty plates depicting Haleakalā National Park and Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park were released in August.
2018.01.03 09:40 AM

Local Boy Scouts Troop Arranges More Than 1,000 Kadomatsu for the New Year

The traditional Japanese arrangement of bamboo and pine is intended to bring happiness and good luck.
2018.01.02 08:55 AM

7 Can’t-Miss Honolulu Concerts to Check Out in January 2018

Whether you’re craving sounds of the harmonica or piano, or want to listen to Hawaiian or reggae, there’s a concert for you this January.
2018.01.01 08:55 AM

7 Absolutely Free Honolulu Events to Check Out in January 2018

Start the new year right with celebrations, networking, community service and more.
2018.01.01 08:55 AM

Incredible Photos of Christmas in Hawai‘i From the Past

Christmas might be over, but these historic photos are everlasting. Take a look back at Christmas in Hawai‘i from 1922 to 1997.
2017.12.26 01:16 PM

Ring in 2018 with These Fun New Year Cultural Celebrations in Honolulu

Skip the NYE hangover and welcome a prosperous new year by embracing these cultural traditions instead.
2017.12.26 08:00 AM

Your 2017 Guide to the Best New Year’s Eve Events and Fireworks in Honolulu

Here’s your guide to making sure your NYE is lit … and we don’t just mean the fireworks. Dance all night to The Chainsmokers, act like James Bond, meet mysterious masked strangers and tons more.
2017.12.21 02:53 PM

Local “Star Wars” Fans Show Off Costumes in Force at “The Last Jedi” Premiere

We spotted some cool costumes at the “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” premiere at Consolidated Theatres Ward 16.
2017.12.15 02:25 PM

7 Ways You Can Give Back This Christmas 2017

Been good all year? Keep it up this Christmas season.
2017.12.15 11:02 AM

Meet the 96-Year-Old Author Sharing the Untold Stories of Japanese Picture Brides

After 35-plus years as a dressmaker, author Barbara Kawakami went back to school, earned a college degree and published her first book—about plantation clothing—at age 53, followed by the award-winning “Picture Bride Stories” last year.
2017.12.13 08:55 AM

Examine the Intersection of Surveillance and Art in This New Museum Program

Surveillance is part of life and it’s a hot topic—so the Honolulu Museum of Art has created a series of workshops, films and a talk all about it.
2017.12.12 11:33 AM