There’s an entire pineapple in each box of cake bars.
It’s that time of year again when Shaka Santa and Tūtū Mele grace our city center, athletes conquer the land and the sea, communities mingle for a merry good time and Christmas markets pop up all over the island.
Get ready for some figure 808s with Olympic gold medalist Kristi Yamaguchi.
Just an average afternoon in Waikīkī, rappelling 400 feet down the side of a hotel while taking in some solid beach views.
Choose from 205 films from 31 countries across 11 days, November 7 to 17 in Honolulu.
Grammy-Award nominated musician Halehaku Seabury of Nā Hoa shares culinary dreams, family recipes and nostalgic memories.
Oil in the Alley is an improv rock ‘n’ roll band that literally makes it up as they go along. Find them among other funny folks at the Hawai‘i Sketch Comedy Festival this weekend.
Got a BFF (Best Friend Fur-ever) who loves to vamp it up for All Hallows’ Eve?
We’ve got your roundup of spooky movies, from current hits to old-school frights—plus a few fun ones.
The 9 editorial and reader picks for the best ways to get out and active.
Mauka of Farrington Highway, this street holds some of the plantation town’s sweetest memories. But they’re disappearing fast.
Little shops, lots of foot traffic, local food and friendly landlords keep the 700 block of Kapahulu Avenue humming.
Working our cores without doing planks or situps, and being in the ocean? We’re here for it.
Cap off the end of summer with two ethnic festivals, a new production of an oldie but goodie and a bunch of local journalists poking fun at news in the Islands.
Katrina was thrilled about this mane event. Stacey thought it was going to be a nightmare. Read on to see how everything turned out.