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It’s driving me mad.
Beaches are full again. Many restaurants have wait times of more than two hours. There are even events on First Friday. The hum of the city is back.
The summer after.
This small community project makes me love my neighborhood even more.
After staying in Tier 2 for so long with rules that weren’t changing month to month, sometimes it felt like this new restricted way of life was permanent.
A fresh start.
We should commemorate Hawai‘i’s historic places with those who truly shaped them.
Love thy neighbor?
Cheers to the places that have given us reasons to smile.
My new normal.
There goes the neighborhood.
Let’s make a deal.
Takin’ it to the streets.
Don’t cross me.
I’m local, I swear!
We all need a little space. But sharing it isn’t so bad.
When talking about Hawai‘i, it’s crucial for locals to drive the conversation.
The world’s ending. Time to give up snack packs.
The streets of Honolulu are paved with gold (flowers).
Just because we live on an island doesn’t mean we’ll ever run out of new things to discover.
Scrimp a little, save a lot.
We aren’t picky, we’re just…discerning.
Hawai‘i is full of amazing places. Most of them you’re free to visit, but there are a few where you’re just not allowed. Here’s a peek into Hawai‘i’s coolest off-limits corners.
We take a look inside your high school yearbooks to find what’s changed about the local high school experience over the years, and what’s stayed exactly the same.
Hole-in-the-wall general stores dishing up their own eats—even if it’s just one ‘ono item—are a beloved part of Island life. Here are a few of Hawai‘i’s best.
Need something to read—or hand to someone who does? Here’s HONOLULU’s first-ever list of the most iconic, trenchant and irresistible Island books, as voted by a panel of literary community luminaries.