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The 40th anniversary of an international film festival, a Thanksgiving concert, sunflower gazing, tree planting and more.
It is HONOLULU Magazine’s pleasure to introduce this special section spotlighting outstanding local women—leaders, humanitarians and all-around fearless females—who have made their mark as a force in this community.
The crispy, dippable street food is hot, and so are the imaginative dishes served out of La Birria Tacos food truck.
Love thy neighbor?
They might not stick around for East Coasters during fall, but here, slides are as perennial as rubbah slippahs.
Listen to tales of menehune, haunted houses and a kahuna who tried to bless an un-blessable house.
Whether you’re feeding an office or a family of hungry mouths, Chef Chai at Pacifica’s weekly to-go set will satisfy.
Skip the potential crowds and celebrate Halloween from your car, catch the end of two festivals and pick up some Okinawan treats.
Tricked-out treats are perfect for the one night even adults can go batty.
Things will look a bit different this year, but we don’t need big parties to have fun this spooky season.
The Makakilo singer, originally from Hāna, made it onto Team Kelly on Monday’s season premiere.
Some view it—and use it—as medicine, while others contend it is a dangerous drug, widely abused. How does the program work, and who is involved?
Locally, making do with fewer square feet has long been a fact of life for Hawai‘i families.
Here is how Hawai‘i is succeeding, and struggling, when it comes to supporting students in transition.
Eight years before the Dec. 7, 1941, Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, a Japanese-language publication hit Honolulu like a bombshell, predicting war with the United States and an inevitable Japanese victory.
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.
If you’re feeling brave, read these local ghost stories.
Many say that Hawai‘i is full of ghosts and otherwordly beings–not just from one culture, but all of the cultures that live together in the islands. This is one writer’s experience with the supernatural.
Congratulations to this year’s Hale ‘Aina Award winners announced on Sept. 14, 2020.
We delve deep into underground passages, secret societies and mysteries to bring you the best secrets the city has to offer.
In honor of Shark Week, here are 16 facts you may not know about sharks in Hawaii.
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.
A comprehensive guide to restaurants on O‘ahu.