Robbie Dingeman

Robbie Dingeman is editor at large of Honolulu Magazine. The award-winning journalist has been telling the stories of Hawai‘i for more than 20 years in daily newspapers, on television and on the web. She’s covered politics, crime, consumer news and more. A graduate of the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, she also co-authored two books, Honolulu Homicide and Honolulu CSI. On a way more fun note, she serves as one of two co-artistic directors for the semi-annual Gridiron news parody show, which allows her to obsess about the news and crack jokes while raising money for student internships through the Hawai‘i chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists.

  

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Stories by Robbie

The 8 Best Things to Do This Week in Honolulu

Listen to a military jazz band this Fourth of July weekend, check out a museum’s new perspective on Pearl Harbor, take a virtual nature walk and be tempted by luxurious kama‘āina staycation.
2020.07.01 05:34 PM

HONOLULU’s “Life Interrupted” Webinar Series Concludes This Week

Join us this Thursday, June 25, at 1 p.m. for a free virtual talk-story session on getting by and moving forward and ask the experts your questions.
2020.06.23 03:09 PM

What It’s Like Being a Police Captain and Father During the Pandemic

Mike Lambert runs Honolulu Police Department programs for the homeless population, which, during the early stages of Honolulu’s lockdown, meant setting up new self-quarantine sites. He also stopped living with his kids.
2020.06.23 11:00 AM

Experts Offer Tips and Tales for Dealing with Togetherness “Life Interrupted: Couples”

The fourth session in our free talk-story webinar grapples with the dynamics of surviving a pandemic as part of a couple, figuring out strategies that help even as our lives keep changing.
2020.06.22 10:04 AM

Local Experts Name Their Top Drinks in Honolulu

What if you could choose your final drink on Earth? We asked Honolulu’s mixologists—men and women who concoct cocktails for a living—to describe what they’d want for that very last call.
2020.06.16 08:23 PM

Experts Look at What’s Ahead for Student Athletes in “Life Interrupted: Sports”

The third segment in our free talk-story webinar focuses on next steps and also addresses the question, what will happen to those high fives?
2020.06.11 07:48 PM

How Do Animals React When No One Visits the Zoo? We Found Out

The Honolulu Zoo is reopening in phases after learning more about the animals during the monthslong COVID-19 closure.
2020.06.10 05:00 PM

Hawai‘i This Year Switched to an All-Mail-In Vote

We’ve got mail.
2020.06.10 04:00 PM

First Look, Take Two: Little Joe’s Steakhouse in Honolulu Reopens With an Affordable 3-Course Steak Dinner

A restaurant on Nimitz Highway—which opened March 13 and closed five days later—returns to carve a tasty middle niche.
2020.06.08 04:38 PM

Experts Share Strategies for Mental Wellness in “Life Interrupted: Youth”

The second segment in our talk-story webinar focuses on how to help families sort out stress and anxiety with children and teens.
2020.06.04 06:56 PM

Coronavirus in Hawai‘i: How Hospitals Prep for a Pandemic

Here’s how some of the state’s largest health care providers got ready for what could be the biggest, deadliest disease threat our community has faced.
2020.06.04 12:00 PM

HONOLULU Magazine Launches Free Virtual Mental Wellness Series With “Life Interrupted: Moments”

Our first talk-story webinar shares tools, tips and some stark realities about coping with all those moments missed during COVID-19.
2020.05.28 03:00 PM
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