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Female Bartenders Take Over a Honolulu Speakeasy

Kaka‘ako’s The HI Brau Room invites three mixologists to run the room for a night starting February 22.
2020.02.14 05:51 PM

HONOLULU Looks Back at the 1955 Narcissus Festival

“One of Hawai‘i’s most colorful events.”
2020.02.13 07:00 AM

Entomologist Cynthia King is Tasked With Protecting Hawai‘i’s Biodiversity

She started the first state insectary, established to propagate native rare invertebrates and other of Hawai‘i’s smallest and most overlooked species, including our state insect, the Kamehameha butterfly.
2020.01.21 07:54 PM

Emma Wo’s Collection of Engagement Rings is Beautiful, Brilliant and Budget-Friendly

Bling it on.
2019.12.19 07:00 AM

Laha‘ole Designs Debuts New Apparel Line at Chinatown’s First Friday

The jewelry company is expanding with new looks that you can see (and buy!) at a fashion show on November 1.
2019.10.29 01:09 PM

The Oldest Female Competitor Prepares for the 50th Annual Waikīkī Roughwater Swim

At 83, Lori Auhll has completed the race 20 times. She didn’t finish twice because, well, there’s a reason it’s called the Roughwater.
2019.08.26 03:41 PM

One to Watch: Hawai‘i Clothing Designer Lynn Sakutori of Local Brand, A-Line

Meet the little-known local designer behind some favorite womenswear lines.
2019.08.05 04:24 PM

6 Questions With the Woman Behind Local Brand Love + Monsters Hawai‘i

Life as a mom and business owner is big-time work with little time to kid around for designer Richie Calizar.
2019.06.03 04:16 PM

Model Watch: Talea Lischetzki from Big Island, Hawai‘i

We talk with the model-on-the-rise about crazy castings, getting discovered at Foodland and her epic phone call with Naomi Campbell.
2019.02.21 06:38 PM

Quote Unquote: Hire This O‘ahu Floral Designer For Your Next Romantic Event

Shilhi Seibel of Passion Roots talks about stubborn buds, semitrucks and creating a blossoming effect in Hawai‘i.
2019.02.12 04:18 PM

Making Waves: 6 Women in Hawai‘i with Careers in STEM Share Their Stories

Only a quarter of STEM jobs in the U.S. are filled by women. Here are six making a difference in Hawai‘i.
2019.01.08 05:31 PM

The Bishop Museum’s Melanie Y. Ide on the Future of the World-Class Institution

Melanie Y. Ide, who took the helm of the Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum in January 2018, wants to get the word out.
2018.12.18 05:03 PM