This year’s fair takes place Friday, April 20 and Saturday, April 21. Here’s your guide to where to park, which gourmet foods and new flavors of malassadas to try and everything else the event has to offer.
The long-awaited library plans programs for keiki to kūpuna.
A farm, amazing poke and stylish shopping from local tastemakers? Yes, really.
The annual Hawaiian Scottish Festival & Highland Games celebrates the heritage and history of the Scots in Hawai‘i. This year’s festival took place Saturday, April 7 and Sunday, April 8, 2018 and featured highland games, live music, a dance competition, swordplay demonstrations, food vendors and more.
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Sign up for a one-time walking tour, a special photography workshop and a free behind-the-scenes look at the world of local architecture.
The April 7 auction is a great opportunity for art collectors.
Cheer on Michelle Wie in a golf tournament or get back to your roots volunteering at a loʻi. And, of course, wrap up April by satisfying all of your Spam cravings at the 2018 Waikīkī Spam Jam.
Field Notes explores Honolulu’s vast and varied scenes and subcultures. This month: Alliance Française Hawai‘i.
An up and down ridge hike with some sweet views.
From hip-hop to Hawaiian music, there are plenty of great shows to see this month.
Celebrate Hawai‘i’s heritage (and our love for Spam), take a ride up north, get educated on climate change and more, all in one month.
Meeting the Amazon challenge head-on, the comfy high-tech salon launches with author and Patagonia Ambassador Liz Clark reading from “Swell: A Sailing Surfer’s Journey of Awakening” on March 27.
There are lots of great ways to celebrate St. Paddy’s right here in Honolulu—take it from an Irish girl!
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