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Hawaiʻi Nurses Talk About Patient Care in a Pandemic

For COVID-19 patients hospitalized in isolation, nurses provide a crucial human connection—at the risk of their own safety.
2020.09.18 02:07 PM

Fall Fashion: Joy Story

This year, the fashion world is focusing on stories of hope, happiness and the return of bubble hems. Following the feel-good trend, we feature five amazing creatives—in the season’s best styles—who share what joy looks like on them.
2020.09.14 03:24 PM

Passing Notes With Hawai‘i Public School Teachers Jaimi Dennis and Liann Sanerivi

We put two people in a room to talk story, then stay out of the way.
2020.09.04 03:04 PM

What It’s Like as a Hawai‘i Mail Carrier During a Pandemic

“Our trucks would be full of these huge cases of toilet paper and sanitizer.”
2020.08.25 07:00 AM

How the Arcadia Family of Companies Copes with COVID-19

The retirement group adapted its pandemic plan quickly to keep residents and those under its care safe.
2020.08.18 07:00 AM

3 Oʻahu People Who Contracted COVID-19 Talk About Their Illness and Long Recovery

The number of coronavirus cases in Hawai‘i just surpassed 4,000, with more than 2,000 of those cases recorded in the past two weeks.
2020.08.14 03:00 PM

Lecturer Fanny W. Krause Travels North America to Teach People About the Hawaiian Islands

In 2015, Japanese people made up a large percentage of Hawai‘i’s population, despite 1907’s informal agreement between the two countries to stop allowing immigration to the U.S. (including Hawai‘i).
2020.08.13 01:31 PM

Meet the 2020 Ola Pono Award Winners

Volunteers are a vital part of Hawai‘i’s nonprofits—every year, hundreds of thousands of them donate their time and talents to keep our communities moving forward.
2020.08.12 10:30 AM

What It’s Like Being a First Responder During the Pandemic

Paramedic supervisor Marie Hathaway transported one of the first known COVID-19 cases in Hawai‘i.
2020.08.11 12:22 PM

Facing Fertility Challenges: How Options in Hawai‘i Provide Support and Hope

The joy of starting a family can quickly turn to heartbreak, but new-to Hawai‘i techniques, a rare insurance rule and local groups can help women overcome some of the challenges.
2020.08.04 02:07 PM

A Former Waikīkī Hotel Worker Talks About the Moment the Pandemic Became Real to Her

After her hotel closed, Aina Iglesias started delivering food to make ends meet.
2020.08.04 12:00 PM

This Month, Local Organizations Will Mark Black August with Events Aimed at Education, Understanding and Building a Better Future

Passionate, emotional and powerful.
2020.08.01 07:00 AM