March 2017

Edit ModuleShow Tags Edit ModuleShow Tags

Departments

2016 Islander of the Year in Culture: Mālama Honua

World-circling navigators.

2016 Islander of the Year in Fashion: Manaola Yap

Culture-conscious designer.

2016 Islander of the Year in Literature: Kaui Hart Hemmings

Prolific island author.

From Our Files: Moments from Hawai‘i’s Past–March Edition

A look back at Honolulu from March 1937 to 1992. Stories taken from the archives of Paradise of the Pacific and HONOLULU Magazine.

These New-School Spring Fashions are a Blast from the Past for Your Wardrobe

Over the decades, fashion has gone from groovy–like-a-drive-in-movie to supa-dupa fly, and this season pays homage to styles of the ’70s, ’80s and ’90s. Whether you were a jock, prom queen, cruiser or just clueless, these new-school yet nostalgic looks will take you back.

2016 Islander of the Year in Sports: John John Florence

World Surf Champ.

2016 Islander of the Year in Business: Stanford Carr

Building affordable homes.

Field Notes: Cat Lovers, Here’s What You Need to Know About Local Cat Shows

Field Notes explores Honolulu’s vast and varied scenes and subcultures. This month: the meowing world of cat shows.

Win a VIP Spam Jam Prize Pack

Submit your best Spam photo and be entered to win a Spam Jam prize pack!

Afterthoughts: That Bag

The Servco Toyota sport bag is a Hawai‘i classic.

Your Guide to Mochi in Hawai‘i: How to Eat it, Where to Buy it and More

Honolulu’s mochi makers combine Japanese tradition with unique, only- in-Hawai‘i touches.

Hau‘oli Lā Hānau: Celebrating Local Company Anniversaries—March Edition

Every month, we celebrate the anniversaries of local companies and organizations. This month: A romantic pink getaway, higher learning and a bar fit for a king.

Yes, You Can Own a Home in Honolulu!

(Sponsored) Realtors share tips to help get you on the path to homeownership.

Getting Involved Just Got Easier: Hawai‘i Rep. Hanabusa’s Office is Now Downtown

Colleen Hanabusa finds a cheaper, more accessible office.

Quote Unquote: Meet Honolulu Museum of Art’s First-Ever Hawai‘i-Raised Director

“This is one of the places I thought about most of my days,” says Sean O’Harrow, 49, the newly installed director at the Honolulu Museum of Art (and the first raised in Hawai‘i). As a youngster, his parents would drop him off at the museum. Previously executive director at the Figge Art Museum in Davenport, Iowa, O’Harrow was hired by the University of Iowa’s Museum of Art after leading emergency efforts to house, preserve and exhibit its collections after a devastating flood.

Enter to Win a $100 Gift Card to Roy’s!

Don’t forget to check out the secret prize after entering.

Honolulu’s First-Ever Biennial Art Festival Brings Hawai‘i Art to the Global Scene

Honolulu Biennial takes place Wednesday, March 8, through Monday, May 8.

Who is Your Islander of the Year?

Enter to win a shop and dine package including a $100 gift card to Manaola Hawai‘i and a $100 gift card to Alan Wong’s Restaurant.

This Popular Trail in Kailua Might Be Closing for the Summer

The Maunawili Falls Trail may temporarily close due to community complaints of visitors littering, trespassing and more.

The 8 Best Things To Do in March 2017

Wear green, feed the hungry, watch Jewish films and welcome spring!

Editor’s Page: Of Mochi and Mentors

Caring counts.

This New Spa Treatment Will Take You One Step Closer to Zen

(Sponsored) Inspired by the traditional Japanese onsen, Nā Ho‘ōla’s 50-minute Onsen Mineral Wrap brings serenity to your day.
Edit ModuleShow Tags
Edit ModuleShow Tags
Edit ModuleShow Tags