January 2020

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Quiora Brings an Unexpected Combination of Cocktails, Rustic Italian Fare and a Killer View

Seven stories above Waikīkī, it’s ritzy business the Ritz-Carlton Residences.

Former Wai‘oli Tea Room Reopens with 10 Dishes and a Renewed Focus on its Mission

Wai‘oli Kitchen and Bake Shop is the newest iteration of the beloved and historic Wai‘oli Tea Room, built in 1922 and shuttered for the past four years after a series of operators struggled to keep it financially afloat.

Sour Poi Awards: Looking Back on the Best of the Worst News in Hawai‘i from 2019

The offbeat, obscure and outrageous.
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Quiora Brings an Unexpected Combination of Cocktails, Rustic Italian Fare and a Killer View

Seven stories above Waikīkī, it’s ritzy business the Ritz-Carlton Residences.

Former Wai‘oli Tea Room Reopens with 10 Dishes and a Renewed Focus on its Mission

Wai‘oli Kitchen and Bake Shop is the newest iteration of the beloved and historic Wai‘oli Tea Room, built in 1922 and shuttered for the past four years after a series of operators struggled to keep it financially afloat.

HONOLULU Looks Back at the 1955 Narcissus Festival

“One of Hawai‘i’s most colorful events.”

Sometimes the Most Difficult Part of Volunteering is Just Getting Started

Stepping up.

These Hawai‘i Brands That Give Back Will Have You Looking and Feeling Fab

Feel good fashion.

Sour Poi Awards: Looking Back on the Best of the Worst News in Hawai‘i from 2019

The offbeat, obscure and outrageous.

Turmeric Trend Watch: Where to Buy this Season’s Spiciest Color in Hawai‘i

Gold fashioned.

Shop Local Art by Hawai‘i Artists: These Vibrant Prints Will Freshen Up Your Home

Art of your world.

One of Hawai‘i’s Must-See Buildings Makes Its Debut in 1930

The four-story building was one of the tallest on the street.

Afterthoughts: Google Maps Can’t Keep Up with the Rapidly Changing Face of Honolulu

Takin’ it to the streets.

Proposed 2021 Shutdown of the Blaisdell Center Delayed

Why the mayor says the big project to renovate the concert hall and arena have been put on hold.

O‘ahu in 2000: UH Football Coach June Jones Was Named Islander of the Year

He turned down a job with the NFL’s San Diego Chargers to head up a UH team.

Entomologist Cynthia King is Tasked With Protecting Hawai‘i’s Biodiversity

As lead entomologist for the state Department of Land and Natural Resources, Cynthia King and her team are tasked with protecting 87% of our state’s total biodiversity. She started the first state insectary, established to propagate native rare invertebrates and other of Hawai‘i’s smallest and most overlooked species, including our state insect, the Kamehameha butterfly.

Giveaway: Win a Romantic Couples’ Spa Treatment at Naupaka Spa & Wellness

(Sponsored) Just in time for Valentine’s Day, enter by Feb. 13 for the chance to win a spa treatment for two at Four Seasons Resort O‘ahu at Ko Olina’s luxury spa.

Thermal Stress, Skeeters and Salmonella: Hawai‘i’s 2020 Health Forecast

On the eve of the second Hawai‘i Climate Change Conference, a talk with Health Department director Bruce Anderson on what climate change could have in store for us this year, and in years to come.

5 Low-Alcohol Cocktails to Get You Through a Post-Holiday Season Detox

On the lighter side.

Queen Kapi‘olani’s Coronation Gown Has Been Recreated in Time for the Anniversary of the Royal Event

Fit for a queen.

The 18 Best January Events on O‘ahu

It’s a new day, it’s a new year, it’s a new decade—and we’re feeling good. And how can you not when you have comedians, an a cappella group, a cooking class, a colorful race and more?
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