June 2019

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This Local Radio Show is Beaming Vintage Hawaiian Music Across the Globe

Hawai‘i radio icon Harry B. Soria jr.’s long-running show, “Territorial Airwaves,” is inspiring new recordings.

HONOLULU Magazine’s Summer Bucket List

We rounded up your must-do list for the season so you can plan the best summer ever.
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HONOLULU Magazine’s Pet Photo Contest 2019 Winners

Introducing: Honolulu’s cutest pets!

Trend Watch: The Bucket Hat is the Newest ’90s Accessory Making a Comeback

New lids on the block.

Afterthoughts: Getting Lost

Just because we live on an island doesn’t mean we’ll ever run out of new things to discover.

This Man Runs a Banana Library on a Farm in Waialua

Gabe Sachter-Smith stalks bananas around the world and builds a banana library of Hawaiian cultivars.

Merriam-Webster Updates Definition of “Hawaiian” With a New Usage Note

The word has a new note next to it on Merriam-Webster’s online dictionary, thanks, in part, to an email from a local writer.

Outdoor Concert News: The Waikīkī Shell Amphitheater is Under Renovation

Don’t count on seeing summer concerts at the Waikīkī Shell. The 63-year-old amphitheater is upping its game.

Eat Think Drink Returns to ʻAlohilani Resort Waikīkī Beach on July 18

(Sponsored) EAT THINK DRINK returns to ʻAlohilani Resort Waikīkī Beach on Thursday, July 18 from 6–9 p.m.

Cheers for Mixology Month at International Market Place

(Sponsored) Hawai‘i’s biggest mixology festival is taking over the entire month of July during International Market Place’s second annual Mixology Month!

O‘ahu in 2010: The Neon Signs of Honoulu

With only a few “benders” on the island, classic neon signs faced a dim future in 2010.

This Local Radio Show is Beaming Vintage Hawaiian Music Across the Globe

Hawai‘i radio icon Harry B. Soria jr.’s long-running show, “Territorial Airwaves,” is inspiring new recordings.

Ask An Expert: How Does Our City Prepare For Hurricane Season?

A week after Hiro Toiya, 38, moved to New Orleans for graduate school, Hurricane Katrina struck. He delayed starting school to volunteer at a shelter in Houston and to conduct health screenings at the Astrodome. The Atlanta native decided to study emergency management, and is now the director of the city’s Department of Emergency Management, where he oversees recovery and planning efforts to make O‘ahu a more resilient, safer place to live.

Shop Local at the Mana Up Summer Showcase

(Sponsored) Learn about some of Hawai’i’s newest local products at the Mana Up Summer Showcase on Thursday, June 6.

6 Questions With the Woman Behind Local Brand Love + Monsters Hawai‘i

Life as a mom and business owner is big-time work with little time to kid around for designer Richie Calizar.

Editor’s Page: Season’s Greetings

What will you do with your two more hours of sunlight?

June 2019: Table of Contents

The 10 Best Events on O‘ahu in June

Explore the inner workings of a whale, stock up on mangoes, and maybe get a new tattoo.

HONOLULU Magazine’s Summer Bucket List

We rounded up your must-do list for the season so you can plan the best summer ever.

Reyn Spooner’s 2019 Swim Collection Will Take You Through the Summer in Style

(Sponsored) Inspired by the iconic style of ’60s jetsetters, this collection of timeless swimwear for men and women was made for ocean breezes and sunshine.

Harry B. Celebrates 40 Years of Vintage Hawaiian Radio Show “Territorial Airwaves”

Find out how a show in Honolulu connects with musicians in Rome.

Michael Kors Celebrates Pride Month With the #MKGO Rainbow Capsule Collection

Wear it with pride!
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