Not to worry, snorkelers, one of Hawai‘i’s most popular attractions is back open.
Honolulu Magazine Staff
Gov. Neil Abercrombie proclaims November as Fashion Month.
HONOLULU Magazine Staff
West Virginia drivers have a one in 39 chance of colliding with a deer. Our odds are 1 in 10,281, and that’s most likely on a neighbor island.
Pacific Gateway Center hopes to open community center by next summer.
Hawaii’s largest private university steadily expanded for decades in downtown Honolulu, but the economic downturn has brought challenges. A change in leadership, job cuts, a sharp jump in tuition, and faculty and staff job cuts have shaken Hawaii Pacific University, even as it embarks on an ambitious plan to develop Aloha Tower Marketplace as its new core.
7 Facts about Kilauea, by the numbers, with awe-inspiring photos.
It’s private, inexpensive and offers stunning views—but is it worth living in a house that could be torched at any moment? Meet the people who have made Kilauea their home.
Aiea’s new public library was built on the site of a sugar mill. And it shows.
It took lawmakers a year to revise a bill cracking down on drivers using mobile devices. We asked for a year’s worth of citations to uncover the most common places and times to get a ticket. Consider yourself warned.
Hawaii anthropologist and Hello Kitty author explains why in three questions.