On this sad anniversary, we thought we'd take a look back at the first piece HONOLULU Magazine published in response to the 9/11 attacks.
A new Kaimuki research-driven charter school, called SEEQS, gets students outside of the class, solving real-world issues.
Go team! Writing about sports takes teamwork.
michael keany, managing editor
On Aug. 18, a group of eight from the U.H. Ethnobiology Society’s Hawaii Xplorers Program successfully hiked a 13,680 feet to the peak of Mauna Loa, considered the largest mountain (in circumference) on the planet.
On parties, families and what it takes to get a magazine out.
This Keep Calm and Carry On" meme has got to stop.
Once UH students fling their Hiaka Satellite into space, this place might never again be the same.
James Cave • Illustration by Lenie Suetos
How things have changed since last September, and an update on my fundraiser.
These exchanges will help this family long after we are gone.
Tech billionaire Larry Ellison has set out to transform the Pineapple Isle into a “laboratory for sustainability.” How does Lanai feel about that?
David Thompson • Photos by Ryan Siphers
In Hawaii, even if you're in a higher place, please don't think that a tsunami will never come.