August 2020

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Why Did a Honolulu Architecture Firm Work on the Design for a South Pole Research Station?

For 133 years HONOLULU Magazine has kept its readers and advertisers at the vanguard of fashion, insight and fun. Starting out as “Paradise of the Pacific” in 1888 with a commission from King Kalākaua, we’re the oldest continually publishing magazine west of the Mississippi. Here is a look into our archives in 2010.

The History of Hawai‘i From Our Files

For 133 years HONOLULU Magazine has kept its readers and advertisers at the vanguard of fashion, insight and fun. Starting out as “Paradise of the Pacific” in 1888 with a commission from King Kalākaua, we’re the oldest continually publishing magazine west of the Mississippi. Here is a look into our archives in 2010.

As Places Continue to Reopen in Hawai‘i and We Can Do More Things, Why Are We Feeling Even More Anxious?

Living during a pandemic can feel like getting stuck in a human-sized flow chart. Worried about the risk of getting COVID-19? Stop. Stressed about family finances? Take two steps back. Businesses, bars and bike paths open. Go out, but …

Lecturer Fanny W. Krause Travels North America to Teach People About the Hawaiian Islands

For 133 years HONOLULU Magazine has kept its readers and advertisers at the vanguard of fashion, insight and fun. Starting out as Paradise of the Pacific in 1888 with a commission from King Kalākaua, we’re the oldest continually publishing magazine west of the Mississippi. Here is a look into our archives in 2010.

This Month, Local Organizations Will Mark Black August with Events Aimed at Education, Understanding and Building a Better Future

Peaceful Black Lives Matter protests across Hawai‘i in June overflowed with anger and tears in response to police killings of Black people in several states.
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Features

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.

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.

From Bow Hunting to Bartending, I Became One of Honolulu’s Most Certified Citizens in 2 Weeks

James of all trades.

Out in the Open: The Best Places To Go For Outdoor Dining on O‘ahu Right Now

When one door shuts, the outdoors open. Here are some of our favorite restaurants around the island for dining alfresco.
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Style

Sit Front Row at Chanel and Fashion Week as They Voyage to the Digital Arena

Runway reboot.

Kailua’s Newest Sustainable Beauty Bar is BYOB

The airy and modern shop (think Island chic meets Scandinavian sleek) boasts stylish sustainable products on locally crafted wood shelves.

3 Honolulu Lei Shops Flourishing Right Now

Our new buds.
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‘Ono

The Best Places To Eat Outside in West O‘ahu

When one door shuts, the outdoors open. Here are some of our favorite restaurants on O‘ahu for dining alfresco.

The 3 Best Places To Eat Outside in Hawai‘i Kai

When one door shuts, the outdoors open. Here are some of our favorite restaurants in Honolulu for dining alfresco.

The 3 Best Places To Eat Outside in Kaimukī

When one door shuts, the outdoors open. Here are some of our favorite restaurants in Honolulu for dining alfresco.

The Best Places To Eat Outside at O‘ahu’s North Shore Right Now

When one door shuts, the outdoors open. Here are some of our favorite restaurants in Honolulu for dining alfresco.

The 4 Best Places to Eat Outside in Mānoa and Mō‘ili‘ili

When one door shuts, the outdoors open. Here are some of our favorite restaurants in Honolulu for dining alfresco.

The Best Places To Eat Outside in Ward and Kaka‘ako

When one door shuts, the outdoors open. Here are some of our favorite restaurants in Honolulu for dining alfresco.

The Best Places To Eat Outside in Chinatown

When one door shuts, the outdoors open. Here are some of our favorite restaurants on O‘ahu for dining alfresco.

Out in the Open: The Best Places To Go For Outdoor Dining on O‘ahu Right Now

When one door shuts, the outdoors open. Here are some of our favorite restaurants around the island for dining alfresco.

The 7 Best Places To Eat Outside in Waikīkī Right Now

When one door shuts, the outdoors open. Here are some of our favorite restaurants in Honolulu for dining alfresco.

The Best Places To Eat Outside on the Windward Side of O‘ahu Right Now

When one door shuts, the outdoors open. Here are some of our favorite restaurants in Honolulu for dining alfresco.
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Private School Guide

All the Things Schools Do for Us

A message from Hawai‘i Association of Independent Schools executive director Philip J. Bossert.

Going the Distance

No classrooms? That’s quite a challenge.

Applying to Private School: A Timeline

Thinking about private school for your child? Finding the right school for your child and getting her or him enrolled can take at least a year. Here is a 12-month timeline to make sure you don’t miss a crucial deadline along the way.

HAIS Services for Parents

From open house listings to special programs and search tools that help you learn more about member schools, HAIS provides many helpful resources throughout the school year and beyond.

The Answers to Commonly Asked Questions About Financial Aid

Financial Aid FAQS.

What Are You Looking For in a Private School?

You and your child will want a clear idea of exactly what you’re looking for in a private school before you begin the search. Here are some general areas you might consider.

Defining the Differences

Defining the differences.

2021 Hawai‘i Private School Guide Listing of Private Schools

With the large number and variety of private schools in Hawai‘i, you may find yourself asking, just where do I start? Look no further than the following list. The 100 schools in our chart are organized alphabetically by island, along with each school’s contact information and other important data.

What Do Accreditation and Licensing Mean for Your Child?

More than seals and acronyms, accreditation and licensing status are important factors in choosing the right school.
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Promotions

Mugen Waikīkī is Bringing Its Tasting Menu to Your Dining Table

(Sponsored) Located in the opulent Espacio the Jewel of Waikīkī, the restaurant’s seasonal tasting menu and rare wines can now be ordered for takeaway.

For Juicy, Fall-Off-the-Bone Texas Barbecue, Head to Hawai‘i Kai

(Sponsored) The owners of Teddy’s Bigger Burgers have expanded their hands-on food fare with Tex 808 BBQ + Brews.

The Aloha ‘Āina Fresh Box is Your Ticket to an Easy Gourmet Dinner

(Sponsored) Dean & DeLuca Hawai‘i’s new meal-to-go feeds four, requires no cooking skills and supports local farmers.

Market Place Mele: Celebrating Local Music at International Market Place

(Sponsored) A series of virtual and in-restaurant activations celebrating local music, stories of the past and Don Ho’s 90th birthday
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