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Field Notes: Cat Lovers, Here’s What You Need to Know About Local Cat Shows

Field Notes explores Honolulu’s vast and varied scenes and subcultures. This month: the meowing world of cat shows.
2017.03.16 09:11 AM

Getting Involved Just Got Easier: Hawai‘i Rep. Hanabusa’s Office is Now Downtown

Colleen Hanabusa finds a cheaper, more accessible office.
2017.03.13 11:58 AM

Honolulu’s First-Ever Biennial Art Festival Brings Hawai‘i Art to the Global Scene

Honolulu Biennial takes place Wednesday, March 8, through Monday, May 8.
2017.03.09 09:13 AM

The 8 Best Things To Do in March 2017

Wear green, feed the hungry, watch Jewish films and welcome spring!
2017.03.02 09:30 AM

Field Notes: Looking for Love? Here’s Your Chance to Meet Your Match—Fast!

Field Notes explores Honolulu’s vast and varied scenes and subcultures. This month: HISpeedating.
2017.02.13 01:24 PM

This New Exhibit is Putting Art on the Menu at Artizen by MW

A new exhibit aims to bring more people, and money, to the Hawai‘i State Art Museum.
2017.02.09 11:02 AM

How One Female Chinese-American Filmmaker Inspired Another, Decades Later

“Finding Kukan” pieces together the story of a lost Oscar-winning film and its mysterious producer, Li Ling-Ai, a Honolulu-born woman who has been all but erased from the film’s history.
2017.02.08 04:07 PM

This Cool New Library in Kaka‘ako Lets You Borrow Tools Instead of Books

Between Re-use Hawai‘i’s ample selection of salvaged building materials and Honolulu Tool Library’s inventory, O‘ahu can boast a one-stop D.I.Y. sustainability center.
2017.02.06 01:06 PM

Learn Beautiful D.I.Y. Floral Décor with This Local Botanical Guide

This new book by Paiko’s founder is a guide to gathering and arranging Hawai‘i’s flora.
2017.02.03 04:34 PM

The 8 Best Things To Do in February 2017

Love is in the air this month, with Michael Bolton, Journey, free dogs, a magic show and more.
2017.02.01 05:24 PM

Could This New Proposal Save the Aging Natatorium from Destruction?

According to the state Historic Preservation Division’s rules, plans made by the city and state to demolish the historic site can’t move forward until all viable alternatives have been ruled out.
2017.01.05 10:31 AM

These Local Freshmen Saved Their College Newspaper from Going Out of Print

The “Kapi‘o News,” a student-run newspaper at Kapi‘olani Community College, went from nearly shutting down in April 2014 to being revitalized last fall.
2017.01.04 04:22 PM
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Honolulu Magazine March 2017