Hawaii's Most Endangered Historic Sites
The Historic Hawaii Foundation, the State Historic Preservation Division and Honolulu Magazine compile an annual list of some of our state's most endangered places.
Faces in Time
100 Years of Hawaiian Music
Hawaii's Pawn Stars
Pawnshops are a nearly recession-proof businesses. We decided to find out more about the way pawnshops work, and what’s behind the counter in Honolulu’s best-known outlets.
Hawaii's Medical Marijuana Program
Hawaii’s medical marijuana program has sparked fierce debate over the past decade. Some view it—and use it—as medicine, while others contend it is a dangerous drug, widely abused. How does the program work, and who is involved?
In Our December Issue
Thanksgiving Day in Honolulu
Don’t feel like cooking for Thanksgiving? There are dining options still, but restaurants and caterers are encouraging diners to act quickly as reservations are filling up.
AIDS: Still Deadly After All These Years
Mirroring national trends, young people in Hawaii seem oblivious to the risks of HIV/AIDS.
No more clipping coupons; the best deals these days are on the Internet.
CD Reviews: Ken Emerson and Napua Makua
New Books by Hawaii Authors
Look no further for a thought-provoking read.
The Kalihi Stream Revival
A Kalihi nonprofit heals a stream to connect a community and develop a network of stewards.
Gift Card Update
Hawaiian Fern Fetish
Kay Lynch devotes her life to native Hawaiian ferns.
Crossfit Workouts in Honolulu
An elite fitness program for cops and firefighters has caught on with the average Joe.
Honolulu Melts for Lasagna
Body Painting by Chad Morisato
Honolulu's Strictest Chefs
No Soup for You!
Two Plays at Kennedy Theatre
Two classics come to Kennedy Theatre’s mainstage.
Editor's Page: Of Traditions
Why is it called the Holiday Annual, anyway?
Arman Manookian: Hawaii's Van Gogh
The Honolulu Academy of Arts offers a small but perfectly formed showcase of Hawaii’s most prominent Modernist painter.
Things to do in November in Hawaii
Quote Shakespeare, enjoy Kona coffee and watch epic North Shore waves in November.
Letters to the Editor
From Our Files
From Our Files
Afterthoughts: The Party That Ended All Parties
A night featuring debauchery so extreme, people are still talking about it 62 years later.
Field Guide: Gardening in Hawaii
Green thumbs can enjoy Mother Earth by hiking through the Lyon Arboretum, growing an orchid, repotting plants and more.
New Tang Dynasty (NTD) Television
Dwight Martin: The Producer
Dwight Martin’s vision has served Manoa Valley Theatre for 30 years.
Forget the rail debate; the newest transportation trend has pet owners wheeling their furry friends around town.
Korean Restaurants in Hawaii
This was my month to get beyond the Korean plate lunch. Spicy chicken gizzards, anyone?