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

Opening Valentine’s Day: Sweet and Savory Fight It Out in New Restaurant OTW Craft

Chefs bring Off The Wall concept to King Street.
2015.02.11 01:08 PM

Heal the Hearts Ball: A Valentine’s Day Party for Divorcees

A Valentine’s Day bash with a twist celebrates its 16th year.
2015.02.09 06:00 AM

Editor’s Page: Interesting Times

In the garden with Jack and Kim Johnson.
2015.02.01 06:00 AM

An Excerpt from ‘Hell-Bent’: Ronnie Ching, Hawai‘i’s Most Notorious Hit Man

Author Jason Ryan delved into the darker side of Hawai‘i during the 1970s and 1980s to write: ‘Hell-Bent: One Man’s Crusade to Crush the Hawaiian Mob.’ This is an excerpt from his recently published book.
2015.01.20 02:36 PM

Sour Poi Awards: Celebrating the Strange, the Stupid and the Scandalous of 2014

Honoring the best of the worst news stories from 2014.
2015.01.06 09:00 AM

Fisherman’s Wharf is Gone, But the Memories Still Remain

The historic Fisherman’s Wharf is remembered by one of its longest-serving waitresses.
2015.01.05 02:03 PM

Editor’s Page: Wait, 2015?

It’s hard to believe it’s been a year already.
2015.01.01 09:00 AM

Chinatown’s Grungy Rock Waterfall Will Soon Be a Greener Place

Say goodbye to Chinatown’s dank, sketchy and expensive eyesore.
2014.12.09 09:00 AM

Editor’s Page: Perking Along

Finding out what fuels us best.
2014.12.01 08:00 AM

Legendary UH Women’s Volleyball Coach Dave Shoji Recounts Career Highs and Lows in New Book

UH legend Dave Shoji became the winningest coach in women’s volleyball last season. Now he has a new book out.
2014.11.19 10:20 AM

Cannery Tales: Community Leaders Talk Story About Bygone Summers in Honolulu’s Pineapple Factories

Honolulu’s pineapple factories provided a rite of passage for generations of teens, including state senator David Ige and sumo star Konishiki. These summer jobs tossed them into the grind of a production line and left them with a mix of memories.
2014.11.03 02:13 PM

Editor’s Page: Pineapple Cannery Memories

When summer smelled like pineapple.
2014.11.03 09:00 AM
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