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

This Flower Show Showcases Botanical Jewelry, Stunning Flowers and a Tree

Celebrate plants, fabulous floral design and a gardener named May.
2018.05.03 08:00 AM

Start Your Own Hawai‘i Art Collection at a Rare Sale of Local Pieces

This benefit for the Friends of the Hawai‘i State Art Museum promises unique treasures at reasonable prices.
2018.04.29 08:00 AM

Iconic Entertainer Robert Cazimero on Why He’s Playing One Last May Day Concert

Plus, find out why he’s glad the concert moved from the Waikīkī Shell to the historic Bishop Museum this year.
2018.04.27 02:40 PM

Can Hawai‘i’s Latest Schools Superintendent Reform Our Public Schools?

After heading two very different school systems that each faced controversy, New York native Christina Kishimoto sees reason to believe Hawai‘i’s much-maligned public schools can adopt innovative school reform that helps students succeed.
2018.04.23 08:55 AM

Pay Tribute to the Late U.S. Sen. Daniel Akaka Next Month

Longtime lawmaker to be remembered at the Hawai‘i State Capitol and Kawaiaha‘o Church.
2018.04.17 08:22 PM

Here Are the Hawai‘i Post Offices Where You Can Drop Off Your Taxes Late

27 U.S. Postal Service locations in the Islands will accept returns until midnight
2018.04.17 11:35 AM

Nānākuli’s First Public Library is (Finally) Opening This Weekend

The long-awaited library plans programs for keiki to kūpuna.
2018.04.13 03:54 PM

This Plantation-Style Village Helps Hawai‘i’s Once-Homeless Families

The first 30 families moved in in mid-January. When all phases are complete, Kahauiki Village will include 153 modular homes and more than 600 residents.
2018.04.13 12:07 PM

Remembering Daniel Akaka, Hawai‘i’s Longtime U.S. Senator

We share some personal stories that made the first Native Hawaiian U.S. Senator stand out as someone whose life was guided by aloha.
2018.04.06 04:06 PM

Veteran Hawai‘i Lawmaker Mazie Hirono is Officially Running for U.S. Senate

Hirono, who has been vocal about her opposition to President Donald Trump, is seeking re-election for a second term.
2018.04.04 03:34 PM

Ex-Republican Beth Fukumoto Wants to Be Hawai‘i’s Next Democratic Congresswoman

Mililani’s Beth Fukumoto earlier criticized President Donald Trump and left Hawai‘i GOP.
2018.03.29 10:09 PM

Closing of Popular Lanikai Pillbox Hike Delayed Until Further Notice

The state asks for public input as it works to repair the old concrete observation stations on the trail, commonly known as “pillboxes.”
2018.03.28 05:00 PM
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