Tiffany Hill

Tiffany Hill is a Honolulu writer who focuses on travel, culture and business reporting. Her work is regularly published in regional, national and online publications. When she’s not on assignment, you can find her playing roller derby.

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Things to do in January

Start the new year with a soothing cup of tea, a couple of concerts, free museum admission and a film festival with irresistible choreography.

Couchsurfing in Hawaii

Couch Tourism: Forget staying in hotels with amenities such as room service, or in-room mini bars. Millions of travelers prefer to spend their vacations with perfect strangers.

Singles Dating in Honolulu

Here are tales from the frontlines of the singles world—whether you’re 26 or 88, straight or gay, looking for love, or just looking—in Honolulu now.

Things to Do in October in Hawaii

October is a patchwork of cultural events. This month, hear a good story, learn how to fish, get super scared, watch aerial acrobats and drink kava.

Live Hawaiian Music Around Honolulu

Hana Hou!: You may have to rub elbows with tourists, but it’s worth it, once the Brothers Caz, Ledward Kaapana or Paula Fuga come on stage. Here’s where to hear live Hawaiian music every night, and not just in town.

Liquor Licenses in Honolulu

License to Pour: A lot of time and effort went into the wine you drink with dinner. Welcome to the ins and outs of getting a liquor license in Honolulu.

The Paperless Press in Honolulu

Good journalism isn’t dead. While there are fewer reporters, and Honolulu has become a one-newspaper town, local online-only news outfits pursue solid reporting and somewhat less solid revenues.

Roller Derby Girls in Honolulu

Injuries, drama, dedication, victory. Associate editor Tiffany Hill laced up her skates to play roller derby. Meet the girls of Pacific Roller Derby, Oahu's roller derby league, and watch how this fast-spaced, rough and tumble sport is played.

From Our Files

The June 2012 archives from our files of Paradise of the Pacific and HONOLULU Magazine.

Hawaii Education Q&A: Why don't student representatives get a vote?

The questions for this exclusive, video Q&A come from both the magazine staff and the public, and touch on a variety of subjects, such as what the department and board are doing to reverse negative public perceptions, how teacher evaluations will work, whether or not Matayoshi and Horner sent their children to public school and more.

A Tale of Two Schools in Hawaii

Nanakuli High and Intermediate School. Moanalua High School. Both of these public schools have big reputations, good and bad. We spent time on each campus to find out what they’re really like. It may surprise you.

From Our Files

The April 2012 archives from our files of Paradise of the Pacific and HONOLULU Magazine.

Is Hawaii Worth It?

Four local families talk about the price of paradise—and whether they’re willing to pay it any longer. Also, check out some eye-opening stats on the cost of living in the Islands.

Warrior Dash Hawaii Video

Warrior Dash Hawaii took place at Dillingham Field on Oahu's North Shore. More than 7,900 people crossed the finish line after scaling walls, swimming through mud and leaping over fire in the 3 mile obstacle course. Warriors received a finisher medal and then enjoyed beer, food and live music.

Things to Do in April in Hawaii

Whether it’s attending a symphony concert, listening to the dalai lama speak, eating garlic ice cream or running a 5K, there’s something for everyone this month.

Best of Honolulu 2012

Honolulu is packed with so much great stuff, it can be hard to know where to begin. To give you a headstart, we’ve explored the city to find the best products, services, food and entertainment—so you can make the most of everything Honolulu has to offer.

From Our Files

The January 2012 archives from our files of Paradise of the Pacific and HONOLULU Magazine.

Field Guide: Maunakea Marketplace

The year of the water dragon kicks off on January 23. To get into the festive spirit, head down to one of Chinatown’s busiest marketplaces. Kung hee fat choy!