June 2020

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Digital Issue

Hawai‘i’s Gyms Have Reopened So I Signed Up for Anytime Fitness in Kaka‘ako

Here’s what it was like working out at a fitness studio for the first time since lockdown lifted.

12 Ways to Support the Black Community in Hawai‘i

Here are some local organizations to support and resources to learn more about the history and culture of the Black community in Hawai‘i.

We Search for the Best Lemon Peel Gummy Bears

Not all lemon peel gummy bears are made the same. We cracked open bags from six different places to find the best of these sweet-sour treats.

Here’s What It’s Like Grabbing a Beer at Waikīkī Brewing Co. in Kaka‘ako During Quarantine

My neighborhood brewery opened on Friday, June 5, and I was one of the first to show up with my dog (on a leash).

4 We Tried: We Search for the Best Ways to Learn Hawaiian Online for Free

Hawaiian is one of our state’s official languages. Brush up on your skills or learn something new with these great online resources.

“This Is It, I’m Going to Die. Mom, Help.”

After Jayson Harper graduated from Kaiser High School, he was eager to make his mark in New York. But soon, an encounter with police taught him instead to be invisible.

Watch as Thousands Protest in Downtown Honolulu in Support of Black Lives Matter

A week of demonstrations against police brutality, systemic racism and a call for justice for George Floyd resulted in a reported 10,000 people protesting at the Hawai‘i State Capitol on Saturday, June 6.
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Promotions

This Epic Happy Hour is Your Excuse to Pau Hana Early

(Sponsored) Wine down from work-at-home life at The Signature, which offers up to 50% off select dishes and drinks from 4:30 to 7 p.m. nightly.

Foodland Fridays Takes Over HONOLULU’s Instagram Stories

(Sponsored) This Friday, June 26, head over to our Insta for a behind-the-scenes look at the Foodland brand, plus an exclusive one-day-only offer just for HONOLULU readers.

Experts Offer Tips and Tales for Dealing with Togetherness “Life Interrupted: Couples”

The fourth session in our free talk-story webinar grapples with the dynamics of surviving a pandemic as part of a couple, figuring out strategies that help even as our lives keep changing.

Foodland Fridays: Order Online for Free Delivery or Curbside Pickup

(Sponsored) Foodland To You is the perfect, ultra convenient option for when you have no time, or energy, to hit the supermarket.

Meet Kaka‘ako’s Newest Casual-Cool Poke Bar on the Block

(Sponsored) Recently reopened for dine-in, Redfish serves customizable poke bowls, locally sourced dishes and a full drink menu. (Plus, limited Father’s Day to-go meals!)

Experts Look at What’s Ahead for Student Athletes in “Life Interrupted: Sports”

The third segment in our free talk-story webinar focuses on next steps and coping strategies for students, coaches and families, and also addresses the question, what will happen to those high fives?

At 107 Years Old, This Foodservice Brand Has Aged Like Fine Wine

(Sponsored) Y. Hata & Co. has been in business for more than a century, but the past few months have proven that it’s just getting started.

3 O‘ahu Neighborhoods for The Modern Family

(Sponsored) These local neighborhoods check off the boxes for family-friendly living.

Get to Know Your Favorite Local Supermarket with Foodland Fridays

(Sponsored) This week, head to Instagram for the chance to win a Maika‘i gift basket worth $250.

Experts Share Strategies for Mental Wellness in “Life Interrupted: Youth”

The second segment in our talk-story webinar focuses on how to help families sort out stress and anxiety with children and teens.

“Life Interrupted: Youth” Tackles Parenting During the Pandemic

HONOLULU’s second free virtual webinar on mental wellness takes place Thursday, June 4, at 1 p.m.
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