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This is What It’s Really Like to Sail on the Hōkūleʻa Voyaging Canoe

Even the bathroom break can be an adventure.
2017.06.19 03:42 PM

Hōkūleʻa is Finally Home After Three Years of Voyaging Around the World

The celebration on Saturday, June 17, marked a journey of three years, 150 international ports, 250 crew members and 40,300 nautical miles.
2017.06.19 10:46 AM

Oil and Language: Q+A with Shahzia Sikander on “Parallax”

The installation will be on display at the Honolulu Museum of Art through July 30.
2017.06.16 04:33 PM

Jurassic World is Back Filming on O‘ahu, Watch Out for Traffic (and Dinosaurs)

Keep your fingers crossed for a Chris Pratt sighting.
2017.06.16 04:31 PM

Quote Unquote: Why Hawai‘i Attorney General Doug Chin Blocked the Travel Ban

As the state attorney general, Doug Chin was thrust onto the national stage when he sued to block President Trump’s proposed travel ban on seven Muslim-majority nations.
2017.06.12 10:40 AM

Could This New Pilot Project Fix Honolulu’s Congested Street Parking Problem?

Squeezed off the streets, Kalihi neighbors try a different parking system.
2017.06.06 10:34 AM

Everything You Need to Know About Hawai‘i’s Record-Breaking King Tide

What is a king tide and when will it occur again?
2017.06.02 05:23 PM

Wait Your Tern: Native Birds Stall Honolulu Museum of Art Maintenance Project

White terns, known as manu-o-Kū in Hawaiian, are listed as a threatened species by the state.
2017.06.02 03:39 PM

What’s Open or Closed in Honolulu for Memorial Day 2017

Your guide to which Honolulu City and County services will be available or suspended in observance of Memorial Day on May 29, 2017.
2017.05.26 10:40 AM

Afterthoughts: Beginning to See the Light

I’ve been overthinking light bulbs.
2017.05.19 08:55 AM

Meet the Young Hawaiian Activists Who Are Making a Difference in the Islands

A new wave of Hawaiian activism is surging through our community. Beyond sovereignty debates and pushback on development, younger Hawaiian leaders are emerging and reshaping advocacy in Hawai‘i.
2017.05.17 04:35 PM

Quote Unquote: Why Hawai‘i Rep. Beth Fukumoto Left the State GOP

As a millennial Republican woman representing Mililani and Mililani Mauka since 2012, Rep. Beth Fukumoto, 34, made headlines. But the youngest person to serve as Hawai‘i’s House Minority Leader felt increasingly isolated from her colleagues, alienated by the remarks of President Donald Trump and in March announced she was leaving the state GOP.
2017.05.12 09:12 AM
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Honolulu Magazine June 2017