Author: Michelle Broder Van Dyke

Giving Comfort

Hospice Hawaii assists patients in the last stages of life, as well as their families.

Field Guide: King Street

On this little strip, learn to pray Shinto style or how to protect your pup from ticks.

Obama’s Hawaii Childhood

The Dream Begins: How Hawaii Shaped Barack Obama, the new book by local journalists Stu Glauberman and Jerry Burris, starts and ends with the 2004 Democratic National Convention keynote speech in Boston, a pivotal moment in Obama's career. In between…

50 Reasons to Love This City

It’s easy to take for granted how cool, how eclectic, how just plain great this city is, so we thought we’d list just a few of the reasons, both big and little, that we love this place.

One Piece at a Time

BEACH campaigns to stop plastic waste from destroying our shorelines and oceans.

Field Guide: Kailua

Find venues offering everything from two-step classes to vintage Hawaiiana.

Wai‘alae on the Rise

This 2.5-mile stretch makes up one of the city’s last, best walking neighborhoods, packed with restaurants, shops and small businesses.

Inside the Artist’s Studio

We took a look inside Harry Tsuchidana’s studio to find out what goes into a lifetime of painting.