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Best of Honolulu 2016: Family Picks

The three editorial picks for the best family fun in the city.
2016.07.27 08:00 AM

Best of Honolulu 2016: Services

The 10 editorial and reader picks for the best services in the city.
2016.07.26 09:02 AM

Best of Honolulu 2016: Food

The 25 editorial and reader picks for tastiest food from our Best of Honolulu 2016 issue.
2016.07.22 01:50 PM

Field Notes: These People Honor the Father of Baseball at an O‘ahu Cemetary

Field Notes explores Honolulu’s vast and varied scenes and subcultures. This month: the annual gathering at O‘ahu Cemetery that honors baseball’s founder.
2016.07.14 09:00 AM

27 Best Local Books to Read This Summer

Throw ’em in your beach bag or load up your nightstand: 27 must-have books from local authors and publishing houses.
2016.06.15 10:39 AM

Will the Kaka‘ako Condo Boom Ease Honolulu’s Housing Crisis?

With plans for new towers on hold (and a splashy luxury condo scratched), experts are arguing if we’re in a lull or a bust. Either puts an end to the idea that Kaka‘ako would lead to a housing solution. A closer look at O‘ahu’s most intractable issue.
2016.05.31 11:19 AM

First Look: Street Food Stadium

This Kalākaua Avenue food truck court has got game but needs customers.
2016.05.09 09:00 AM

Two Talented Hawai‘i High School Students Win Big at National Poetry Competitions

Ari Dalbert and Nicholas Amador continue Hawai‘i’s incredible string of victories in national poetry recital competitions.
2016.05.06 09:39 AM

See the Rare Collection of Shakespeare’s Plays at Kapi‘olani Community College

William Shakespeare’s First Folio will be on display at Kapi‘olani Community College’s Lama library from April 25 through May 25.
2016.04.28 03:59 PM

Is Hawai‘i’s Charter School Experiment Working?

You’ve seen the headlines that read like a police blotter. But look closely at Hawai‘i’s charters and you’ll also see innovation, community and teacher empowerment. What’s the real story?
2016.04.20 09:44 AM

Field Notes: This Group Uses Smartphones to Catch the Bad Guys

Field Notes explores Honolulu’s vast and varied scenes and subcultures. This month: neighborhood watches.
2016.04.04 01:46 PM

Hawai‘i Rainbow Warriors Wins First NCAA in 95 Years

Making President Obama look good, the 13th-seeded UH men’s basketball team bust No. 4 UC Berkeley in the South Regional NCAA Playoffs on Friday, March 18.
2016.03.18 11:37 AM