Loren Moreno

Loren Moreno joined the staff of HONOLULU Magazine as senior writer after his recent return from New York City, where he earned a Master of Fine Arts in creative writing. He previously covered Hawaii public education and local politics during his five years with The Honolulu Advertiser.

 

Stories by Loren

Races to Watch: Ewa Voters Oust Veteran Lawmaker

Ewa must choose between a professor and a construction manager.

5 Reasons Hanabusa Filed a Lawsuit to Delay Big Island Election

U.S. Rep. Colleen Hanabusa has filed a motion in Circuit Court to delay the makeup election in Puna. Here’s her argument.

9 Reasons Neil Abercrombie Lost the Hawaii Governor’s Race

Neil Abercrombie is the first elected Democratic governor in the state of Hawaii to lose his bid for re-election.

Calling All Hawaii Voters: Last Chance to Cast Your Ballot Early

Avoid the lines and potential stormy weather on primary day by voting early.

23 Outdoor Hawaii Adventures to Enjoy Now

Hawaii is a beautiful place. Don’t let tourists have all the fun.

Gov. Abercrombie and Ige Unveil Dueling Plans for Hawaii’s Future

Compare state Sen. David Ige’s 11 points vs. Gov. Neil Abercrombie’s 16 issues.

Trail Mix: Gov. Neil Abercrombie Resurrects Yellow Cab in New TV Ad

Each week, HONOLULU Magazine’s political team compiles a mix of observations about Hawaii politics.

Hawaii’s Young Guns

Meet Honolulu’s new generation of gun owners.

What Is “Defend Hawaii”?

Entrepreneurs behind the popular street brand Defend Hawaii unload about the idea behind the icon.

Trail Mix: Hawaii Candidates Endorsed by Hawaii Five-0 Star and Former Governors

Each week, HONOLULU Magazine’s political team compiles a mix of observations about Hawaii politics.

Best of Honolulu 2014

Discover all Best of Honolulu’s winners, both editorial and reader picks.

Trail Mix: Hawaii Political Candidates Step Up Ad Campaigns

Each week, HONOLULU Magazine’s political team compiles a mix of observations about Hawaii politics. Here are our notes from this week, ending June 27.

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