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Here’s Why More Than 1,000 Paddlers are Racing from Moloka‘i to O‘ahu on Sunday

Oct. 9 marks the 63rd annual Moloka‘i Hoe.
2016.10.07 11:41 AM

Change Was in the Air Leading Up to the Primary Election. What Happened?

Hawai‘i is sending 16 unopposed incumbents back to the State Legislature.
2016.10.05 04:35 PM

The 8 Best Things To Do in October 2016

Listen to fascinating stories, dress up your pet and eat all the chocolate you humanly can this month—and we don’t just mean on Halloween.
2016.10.04 11:32 AM

From Our Files: Moments from Hawai‘i’s Past–September Edition

A look back at Honolulu from September 1936 to 1996. Stories taken from the archives of Paradise of the Pacific and HONOLULU Magazine.
2016.09.29 10:49 AM

3 Hawai‘i Startup Standouts That Use Technology to Make Your Life Easier

A local accelerator propels new companies into the world of technology.
2016.09.22 09:00 AM

Field Notes: A Spunky Little Library Supported Entirely By Donations

Field Notes explores Honolulu’s vibrant and varied scenes and subcultures. This month: Makiki Community Library.
2016.09.20 09:00 AM

Quote Unquote: Longtime Catholic Charities Hawai‘i President Retires, But Not From Giving Back

When the 67-year-old father retires at the end of the year, he plans to teach, travel, babysit his two grandkids and stay involved with the national organization in some way.
2016.09.19 09:00 AM

The 8 Best Things to Do in September 2016

Earth, Wind & Fire says there “never was a cloudy day” in September. See them perform, along with a fitness competition, a wood show and other fun events.
2016.09.02 01:03 PM

Quote Unquote: Saks in the City

After establishing a career in high-end retail companies on the West Coast, Shelley Tadaki Cramer returned home to Honolulu as Saks Fifth Avenue’s vice president and general manager, to lead the team that opens the new store in Waikīkī, with a workforce of 130.
2016.08.23 09:00 AM

Field Notes: The People Who Make the Piping Hot Andagi at Hawai‘i’s Bon Dances

Field Notes explores Honolulu’s vast and varied scenes and subcultures. This month: andagi makers.
2016.08.18 09:00 AM

Super Realistic Barack Obama Mural Addresses Race and Equality in America

A presidential mural adorns an office on Ward Avenue.
2016.08.17 09:00 AM

Hawai‘i GOP: Name-Calling, Swearing and Welcoming Disgraced Democrat Rod Tam

The elephant in the room.
2016.08.16 09:00 AM
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