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Hey sole sister, get off the sofa and ditch the sweats. This season is all about getting dressed up in fabulous frocks while eating cake and dancing like no one is watching—well, maybe a zebra.
Seek out the new Piccola Onda food truck and Double Fat Ice Cream kiosk next to the Alohilani Resort.
Here are major milestones since the pandemic began changing life in Hawai‘i.
Slimy neba neba, garlicky torched scallops and poke with freshly prepared kim chee bring life to this corner of King Street.
We asked our team and our readers to show us what Honolulu looked like in 2020. Here are their photos and we welcome you to send us yours.
Honolulu’s heroes of 2001.
We talk with Desiree Page about how criminal statistics pushed her into arboriculture, how HECO manages power lines and trees, and why trees grow up so fast in Waimānalo.
There’s way more than poke at Aloha Cones: Here are sashimi rosettes, a bubu arare shell and all the layers in between.
The Hawai‘i Prince Hotel restaurant reopens with old favorites, new additions and an updated dining concept, plus a featured indulgent dish of the month.
Celebrate Girls’ Day, listen to Hawai‘i musicians, check out a new family-friendly racetrack, trace your family history and more.
Happy Read Across America Day! We reached out to our friends at Da Shop to ask their community of writers and readers for their picks.
Big Island Bike Tours offers an e-bike ride around the historic property.
Need something to read—or hand to someone who does? Here’s HONOLULU’s first-ever list of the most iconic, trenchant and irresistible Island books, as voted by a panel of literary community luminaries.
May 23, 2018
Since the 1970s, organized crime in Hawai‘i has rippled through the community, from gangland-style slayings, gambling and drugs to diverse global operations. We take a closer look at how organized crime has changed over the decades.
January 15, 2021
Why did the chicken cross the road? To be featured on a wine label, of course. But what’s really behind the fad of naming wines after animals?
September 7, 2010
Or why a Jewish guy is eating Chinese food at his son’s bar mitzvah in Kāhala.
February 23, 2015
Each week HONOLULU and a panel of experts will tackle a new topic and share ways to cope during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The final session in our free talk-story webinar explores ways we can improve our home well-being while helping to shape a healthier community for all.
Join us this Thursday, June 25, at 1 p.m. for a free virtual talk-story session on getting by and moving forward and ask the experts your questions.
Congratulations to this year’s Hale ‘Aina Award winners announced on Sept. 14, 2020.
Tales of weird, wacky and wild news you may have missed. The best of the worst of 2020.
We delve deep into underground passages, secret societies and mysteries to bring you the best secrets the city has to offer.
For all those thrifty rich locals living their best lives in Hawai‘i.
We came up with a handy list of 16 facts you may not know about sharks in Hawai‘i.
Waikīkī is much more than a tourist destination and faces the same challenges of other urban neighborhoods on O‘ahu. It has public schools, family-run restaurants, places people call home. Here are their stories.
Expect more spicy Chinese, local beer and yes, more birria tacos.