Michael Keany

Former executive editor Michael Keany graduated from the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa with a degree in journalism, and has been writing and editing for HONOLULU Magazine since 2004.

 

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Stories by Michael

Easter Island Controversy

Easter Surprise: A UH professor stirs up controversy with a new book on the Rapanui people of Easter Island.
2011.08.15 08:00 AM

Hawaii Cheese Dishes

Ooey, Gooey Cheese: It stretches, it bubbles, it tantalizes you with warm, salty flavors. You know you can’t deny yourself the melting goodness of cheese. We found the 18 most irresistible cheese dishes in town. Here’s where to indulge.
2011.08.08 08:00 AM

50 Great Dates in Honolulu

Whether you’re meeting her for the first time, or you’ve been married for 20 years, here are 50 great dates to romance that special someone.
2011.08.08 07:34 AM

Hawaiian Ukulele Goes Mainstream

For years, the ukulele was seen as a novelty outside the Islands. These days, though, a new crop of Mainland rockers and hipsters are getting serious about Hawaii’s favorite instrument.
2011.08.05 08:00 AM

Future Hawaii Architecture at UH Hilo

The quiet town of Hilo may soon be home to some of the state’s most compelling new architecture.
2011.08.03 08:00 AM

Micronesian in Hawaii

Micronesians are Hawaii's newest arrivals. We wanted to find out more about what it’s like to make a new life here.
2011.08.02 08:00 AM

CD Review: Ekolu

Music review of Ekolu.
2011.07.15 08:00 AM

Real Stories About Waves, Rice and Big Happiness

The Real Stories: Three new books take a deeper look at familiar subjects.
2011.06.17 04:00 AM

The World of Towing in Hawaii

Tow This: It’s a necessary part of city life, but it’s also one of the most hated. A look into the rough-and-tumble world of towing.
2011.06.09 01:00 PM

CD Reviews: Pekelo and Mailani

Music reviews of Pekelo and Mailani.
2011.05.04 05:00 AM

"The Death of Public School": Ten Years Later

In May 2001, we published a feature entitled, “The Death of Public School,” taking the state Department of Education to task for failing to do its job. After a decade of reform promises, has anything changed? We take a look at what's next for our public schools.
2011.05.02 02:00 AM

Grading the Public High Schools

This year, we rank Hawaii’s public high schools, using performance and satisfaction data from the state Department of Education.
2011.05.01 01:00 PM
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