This summer, Japanese Buddhist temples across the Islands are lit with lanterns and abuzz with bon dancers. But the sad fact is these temples are otherwise in trouble.
Today, Bank of Hawaii is redesigning its ATMs to allow customers to conduct their transactions in Olelo Hawaii, in addition to the existing English, Japanese and Chinese choices.
The IRS scandal reached even Hawaii. But why worry when the IRS asks for a list of everyone who ever attended your events?
A. Kam Napier
What happens to Kakaako’s creative community when Kamehameha Schools kicks into high gear?
Today, three Native Hawaiian-led organizations and thousands of volunteers are at the forefront of efforts to restore an ahupuaa neighboring Kaneohe to its ancient functions—with lessons for the future.
Lavonne Leong • photos by olivier koning
An antique neon clock from Club Hubba Hubba has popped up in L.A. But is it real?
At an increasing number of businesses, there’s no smoking allowed. Even fake smoking.
The Windward Side has been mushrooming with tourism, but no one wanted it to turn into another Waikiki.
Tiffany Hill • Photos by Olivier Koning
Baltimore, Md., hosts the Grand Prix of Baltimore every Labor Day, closing its waterfront streets for a road race in which cars zoom around at 180 mph.
A new Hawaii state law makes banks pay their fair share.
A new Walmart in downtown Honolulu would bring the total number of Walmart stores in Hawaii to 10.