Vog is changing our skyline. Kīlauea is changing a way of life.
A Chicago store trademarked “Aloha Poke” and is threatening Island businesses. Can Native Hawaiians (and the rest of us) get it back?
This pillbox hike on the Leeward side has stunning views of the west side of the Island and a bright pink bunker for breast cancer awareness.
A symbol of a bygone era in Waipahu’s plantation history undergoes much-needed restoration.
It’s time to celebrate the vibrant culture of one of Honolulu’s most historic and diverse neighborhoods at the Mōʻiliʻili Summer Fest. Here’s everything you need to know about the 7th annual event.
Eleven of my best small-kid-time memories that didn’t make this year’s list.
A look back at Honolulu from 1948 to 2003. Stories taken from the archives of the Paradise of the Pacific and HONOLULU Magazine.
It’s summertime here in the Islands, and we’re bringing you a Father’s Day weekend featuring a food-filled film, spectacular barbecue buffet and an international-beer festival.
Viral videos and digital memes are the latest social media trend, delivering humorous skits and sketches straight to smartphones and tablets. Some comedians hope local kine videos lead to careers with real incomes.
The weekend-long festival was held Friday, June 8, through Sunday, June 10, in Waikīkī, and showcased nearly 100 different performance groups and organizations from around the Pacific.
Obon season is here, time to dance!
Come to Waikīkī this Friday, June 8, through Sunday, June 10, for a weekend of festivities and performances.
Celebrate Hawaiʻi’s vibrant cultures during the Pan-Pacific Festival, paint the day away at the museum and start the King Kamehameha Day celebrations early with a historic flower parade.
Whether it’s celebrating King Kamehameha Day at the park, watching a movie under the stars or enjoying some mango-inspired cocktails, this summer ought to be off to a good start.
A look back at Honolulu from May 1933 to 2008. Stories taken from the archives of Paradise of the Pacific and HONOLULU Magazine.