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Rethinking Hawai‘i: Reenergizing Green Goals to Spark an Energy Revolution

Record drops in travel, trash and electricity use won’t last, but the lessons learned from them can. Here’s how we move forward.
2020.09.17 05:10 PM

HONOLULU Wins 13 Awards This Year

The magazine earned kudos locally and nationally for our writing and design. So, if you’re looking for some great reads, we have a few suggestions.
2020.09.11 07:00 AM

Rethinking Hawai‘i: How the Visitor Industry Should Operate in the Future

The experts tell us how best to move forward when restrictions ease and tourism emerges.
2020.09.08 05:32 PM

The 8 Best Hot Dogs on O‘ahu

Celebrate Labor Day weekend with our team’s top dogs, from the local beef variety ready for end of summer grilling to a hot dog stand in Waimānalo to an easy takeout meal with extravagant toppings and fillings.
2020.09.03 04:00 PM

A COVID-19 Timeline: How Honolulu Got To This Point

Here are major milestones since the pandemic began changing life in Hawai‘i.
2020.08.27 04:36 PM

Best of Honolulu 2020: The Best Shopping on O‘ahu

The 22 editorial and reader picks for the chic-est shopping in the city.
2020.08.26 10:37 AM

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

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

The Story Behind 6 Things Made, Grown and Designed in the Islands

We’re more than ‘ukulele, mac nuts and Kona coffee, although we love all three. Here’s a look at a few unusual industries making waves in the Islands, as well as some decades-old companies that are still committed to handcrafting in Hawai‘i.
2020.07.20 12:45 PM

The Honolulu Family Behind Fukuda Seed Store First Sold Seeds to O‘ahu Gardeners 100 Years Ago

When the pandemic prompted people to create or revive home gardens, this mom and pop business found ways to keep up with the growing demand for DIY food.
2020.07.12 03:02 PM

What It’s Like Operating a Honolulu Care Home During a Pandemic

Here’s how Caring Mānoa keeps up social distancing while making sure residents maintain quality of life.
2020.07.07 12:00 PM

What’s With All the Brazen Attacks in Honolulu the Past Year?

Violent purse snatchings and robberies in the last year left people feeling unsettled. We take a look behind the headlines.
2020.07.02 04:00 PM