Weight ain’t nothin’ but a number. Commit to improving your whole self in 2018.
These specials around town will help you get started on the right, fit foot in 2018.
Two local boutiques sets their sights on expansion.
This year’s Sony Open in Hawai‘i kicked off with a pro-am tournament at the Wai‘alae Country Club on Wednesday, Jan. 10. The celebrity lineup included Jumanji’s Nick Jonas, Baywatch’s Kelly Rohrbach and 2017 Sony Open champion Justin Thomas.
Longtime Hawai‘i artist Eddy Y has designed surf scenes and vintage automobiles on clothing for more than 30 years. Now, he’s expanding to include casual home furnishings.
New state website provides up-to-date information on water-quality conditions at beaches.
How to ace your attendance at this year’s Sony Open in Hawai‘i, Jan. 8-14. Plus, do’s and don’ts to know before you go.
Each month we choose a photo from Honolulu’s Instagram community to highlight. Tag your posts with #LuckyweliveHonolulu for a chance to be featured!
Get a killer cardio workout and great views on this long hike.
A drawing class in 1957 led McKinley High School student Carolyn Dilag Nakagawa to become a lifelong learner at the Honolulu Museum of Art.
Start off the year right with a family-friendly fun run, a two-day conference for entrepreneurs, an epic citywide race for buried treasure and more.
Whether you’re craving sounds of the harmonica or piano, or want to listen to Hawaiian or reggae, there’s a concert for you this January.
Start the new year right with celebrations, networking, community service and more.
Here’s your guide to making sure your NYE is lit … and we don’t just mean the fireworks. Dance all night to The Chainsmokers, act like James Bond, meet mysterious masked strangers and tons more.
David Butwin paints a dated portrait of Honolulu in “Barefoot Days, Electric Nights.”