May 2014

Features

How Did Hawaii’s Public Schools Rank in 2014?

This year’s chart offers a whole new way of ranking Hawaii’s schools.

Meet The Cut Collective Hawaii

The stylish trio that’s moving local fashion forward.

New Online Data Tools Changing the Way Hawaii’s Public School Students Learn

New tech tools are allowing teachers to tailor their lesson plans to individual students more than ever.

The Old Way, The New Way and The Highway Inn Way

Highway Inn’s third generation tries to figure out how to keep a postwar restaurant relevant.

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How Did Hawaii’s Public Schools Rank in 2014?

This year’s chart offers a whole new way of ranking Hawaii’s schools.

From Our Files: May

Meet The Cut Collective Hawaii

The stylish trio that’s moving local fashion forward.

New Online Data Tools Changing the Way Hawaii’s Public School Students Learn

New tech tools are allowing teachers to tailor their lesson plans to individual students more than ever.

Master of Ceremonies: Rev. Craig Yamamoto

Afterthoughts: The Little Details

These days, handmade signage is the exception rather than the rule.

Documenting a Day in the Life of Hawaii's Aloha United Way

Celebrating 95 years of your donations changing lives in Hawaii.

The Old Way, The New Way and The Highway Inn Way

Highway Inn’s third generation tries to figure out how to keep a postwar restaurant relevant.

Hokulea: Teaching on the Wind

As the Hokulea sets off across the world, Hawaii students will be taking notes.

How to Brighten Tabletops for Spring

Field Notes: Ballroom Dancing in Hawaii

Each month Field Notes explores Honolulu’s vibrant and varied scenes and subcultures. This month: ballroom dancing at the Palladium.

New Downtown Honolulu Mural: Awesome or Awful?

Best Afternoon Tea in Honolulu

For Mother’s Day, special occasions and all the days in between.

Editor's Page: Getting It Right

This month, thank a teacher who inspired you.

H&M Waikiki's Local Link: Rebecca Wong

8 May Entertainment Picks in Hawaii

May is Hawaiian Music Month, but don’t forget about Spam popsicles, psychics and a dramatic tale of a Hawaiian outlaw.

Unsolicited Advice: No More Aloha

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