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A workout class at Yoga Under the Palms in Kaimukī mixes yoga, sculpt and dance.
Once a pop-up shop, this beachy Hale‘iwa eco-boutique is now open full time and brimming with stylish, environmentally friendly goods.
Punahou Carnival makes its return this coming Friday and Saturday. Here’s your complete guide to the rides, food, parking and so much more.
Malasadas, teri burgers, fried noodles, taco salad: You have until Friday night to vote for your favorite!
The matcha treats counter and the shop formerly known as Shichi Musubi are in the new Stix Asia food hall.
Martha Cheng’s picks for best waffles from Waialua to Honolulu.
The five-course prix fixe menu has risen the ranks to become the city’s best tasting menu and it changes every month.
Save the date for Wet ‘n‘ Wild’s Dive ‘n‘ Movie, a kid-focused financial webinar and the 36th Annual Hawaiʻi Pacific Health Keiki Great Aloha Run.
Pre-order your favorite Thin Mints, Samoas, and Trefoils or find a cookie booth near you. Plus, you can try a brand-new cookie, too.
You can now get the company’s locally brewed cider alongside sliders, pizza and beer from more than a dozen Hawaiˊi breweries.
This series of Favorite Island Cookery books is still the go-to for simple to make dishes that are part of nostalgic local family traditions.
The new outlet opens Jan. 20 and the next is coming to Waimānalo.
Explore Doris Duke’s Shangri La, kayak to the Mokes or take a sunset catamaran sail.
Catch the brand's highly anticipated movie Pinkfong Sing-Along Movie 2: Wonderstar Concert on Jan. 28 and 29.
We found ‘ono oxtail soup on the same menu as divine soufflé pancakes—in Waikīkī, of all places.
Find tamales, birria tacos, tortas and other bueno specialties inside ‘Aiea’s Palama Market.
Excluding stories that appeared on Frolic Hawai‘i, here are our 10 most popular online stories for the year.
Moms just wanna have fun, too, right?
But are they worth the price tag?
Drive through 13 ahupua‘a as you shop for vintage and new finds, explore a hidden garden and eat your way up the eastern coast of O‘ahu.
Iconic signs serve as beacons of our community. But they can disappear in a blink.