Author: Sheila Sarhangi

Ash Alert?

Hawaii volcanoes are unlikely to cause massive airline delays. Here's why.

A Fresh Idea for Feeding the Hungry

For Vivian Chau, feeding the less fortunate doesn’t require a stockpile of canned goods. In January, she started the program, “Give It Fresh Today” at the Kapiolani Community College Farmers’ Market. Here’s how it works: Shoppers donate a fraction of…

On the Move

Nene are doing so well on Kauai, some may be moved to help repopulate other islands.

Keiki Power

Knee-high volunteers are rewarded with their own private Kokua Festival.

Our Geniuses

They give voice to paralyzed patients, detect exotic particles, solve mathematical conundrums and more. You can even blame one of them for all the hours you spent playing Tetris. Meet eight Islanders who are, quite simply, geniuses.

Green Galas

A local party planner brings eco-friendly ideas to a notoriously disposable-loving industry.

Airway to Heaven

Free-rein college station KTUH has been igniting the radio airwaves for 40 years.

The Healing Place

As The Queen’s Medical Center marks its milestone sesquicentennial, we take a closer look at the historic landscape that surrounds it.

Fur Ball

The problems posed by feral cats seem to have nine lives.

Home School

To teach environmentalism, Betty Gearen turned her home into a classroom.

Towing the Line

It’s hard enough when your car gets towed. Here’s how to avoid getting gouged, too.

Growing Interconnected

In community gardens, lives become intertwined, just like the vines that cross from one plot to another.

Preserving Paradise

Want to pitch in to help the Islands, but short on time? A new book is a welcome resource.

Stop the Fear, Take Action

Instead of worrying about what the future may hold, we want to encourage you to take action. Here's tips from 10 experts.