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Outdoor Concert News: The Waikīkī Shell Amphitheater is Under Renovation

Don’t count on seeing summer concerts at the Waikīkī Shell. The 63-year-old amphitheater is upping its game.
2019.07.17 04:27 PM

Take a Closer Look at a Mud Ball Designed to Clean Up Hawai‘i’s Most Polluted Waterway

The Genki Ala Wai project aims to clean up the murky canal with probiotics and community support.
2019.07.17 04:21 PM

Bad News for O‘ahu’s Nēnē Population: We’re Down to Zero

O‘ahu is the only major Hawaiian island with no wild nēnē.
2019.07.11 04:22 PM

Buzz Aldrin and Neil Armstrong Declared Rocks and Dust at U.S. Customs After Walking on the Moon

On July 24, 1969, the command module Columbia landed in waters 812 miles southwest of Hawai‘i.
2019.07.11 02:39 PM

The 50th California-to-Hawai‘i Transpacific Yacht Race Sets Sail For Honolulu

The golden edition of the Transpacific Yacht Race brings a record number of racing yachts­—and yacht parties­—to Honolulu.
2019.07.11 10:26 AM

You Have Just 10 Days to Visit Waialua’s Sunflower Fields

But there is only one day when you can get in during sunset. So plan accordingly.
2019.07.10 04:40 PM

What’s Open or Closed in Honolulu for 4th of July

Your guide to which Honolulu City and County services will be available or suspended in observance of Independence Day on July 4, 2019.
2019.07.01 11:25 AM

HONOLULU Magazine Wins 13 Awards This Season!

The magazine took home local and national prizes for writing, design and general excellence over the past few weeks.
2019.06.17 01:31 PM

Exploring Honolulu on Google Street View is Like Traveling Back in Time

Google Maps hasn’t updated its Honolulu images since 2011. Do you remember what these neighborhoods used to look like?
2019.06.07 12:55 PM

What’s Open or Closed in Honolulu on Kamehameha Day 2019

City and county offices are closed Tuesday, June 11, in observance of King Kamehameha Day, a state holiday.
2019.06.05 11:44 AM

Ask An Expert: How Does Our City Prepare For Hurricane Season?

The director of the city’s Department of Emergency Management oversees recovery and planning efforts to make O‘ahu a more resilient, safer place to live.
2019.06.04 04:04 PM

Hawai‘i’s Public School Lunches Are Changing in a Big Way

There is something cooking in Hawai‘i’s public schools, and that’s unusual.
2019.05.30 03:20 PM