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Take a Look Back at 1960s Honolulu in This Former Reporter’s Breezy Memoir

David Butwin paints a dated portrait of Honolulu in “Barefoot Days, Electric Nights.”
2017.12.12 08:55 AM

Can Hawai‘i Cannabis Help End the Opioid Epidemic?

Now that medical marijuana is legal, a homegrown substitute beckons.
2017.12.11 11:07 AM

Watch HONOLULU Magazine’s Festive Christmas Tree Adventure

Jingle all the way to Helemano Farms.
2017.12.01 04:05 PM

Take a 360-Degree Tour of ‘Iolani Palace With New LED Lighting

The palace will offer free tours on Kama‘āina Sunday, Nov. 12, and will be decorated for King Kalākaua’s birthday, Nov. 16.
2017.11.02 11:26 AM

The 8 Best Things To Do in November 2017

This month, check out a new exhibit at Bishop Museum, trot 10 miles, watch local films and more.
2017.11.01 09:30 AM

Don’t Look Now, But Checking Your Phone in a Honolulu Crosswalk Could Cost You

Banning staring at your phone while crossing the street may seem like a no-brainer, but many are wondering if Honolulu doesn’t have better things to focus on—like rail and homelessness.
2017.10.23 02:45 PM

Quote Unquote: Improv Your Life with “Hawai‘i Five-0” Actress Kimee Balmilero

Local actress Kimee Balmilero is putting on the Hawai‘i Sketch Comedy Festival on Oct. 21 at the Honolulu Museum of Art and Oct. 22 at The Arts at Marks Garage.
2017.10.19 08:55 AM

It’s a Paw-ty for Your Pup at the Howl-O-Ween Woof-Tacular & Doggie Escape Room

Hawai‘i Doggie Bakery is hosting the second annual Howl-O-Ween Woof-Tacular & Doggie Escape Room on Oct. 15.
2017.10.12 09:18 AM

Remembering the Man Who Built the Largest Publishing Empire in the Pacific Rim

In the 1980s, Dave Pellegrin took over a family-run business and grew it to 20-plus publications including HONOLULU Magazine, 90 employees and $10 million in annual revenue by the ’90s. He did it with a dedication to integrity, good journalism and people—those who worked for him and read the magazines. We asked some of them how he made a difference.
2017.10.02 11:23 AM

The 8 Best Things To Do in October 2017

What could be spookier than a film fest in a haunted theater or a mummy-themed attraction? Missing out on these events.
2017.10.02 08:55 AM

Quote Unquote: What It’s Really Like Being a Television Producer in Honolulu

Video and film producer Jason Suapaia is the vice president of Integrated Media Production at PBS Hawai‘i, helping to share Hawai‘i stories that also reflect his Hawaiian and Samoan roots.
2017.09.12 01:03 PM

How Honolulu Ice Show Golden Moment Transforms the Blaisdell into an Ice Rink

On the 25th anniversary of winning an Olympic gold medal, Kristi Yamaguchi, Tony Award-winning singer Lea Salonga and a slew of champion skaters raise funds for childhood literacy at this event Sept. 9 and 10.
2017.09.08 10:09 AM