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Remembering one year.
Call your nine closest friends. Groups up to 10 can get together starting Thursday and sports could be back on schedule.
Health care, education and law enforcement have struggled for years to hire and keep people. Some staffing shortages have reached crisis levels—and that was before COVID-19.
A Hawai‘i group will make sure your old computers and cell phones go to local families who need them.
Welcome to our hale.
Treehouse Coworking has curated an exhibition devoted to exploring the creative side of COVID-19.
When Moku Kitchen shut down, the chef teamed up with his best friend’s girlfriend’s mom to feed her friends and neighbors.
Love thy neighbor?
Because we need that now.
Devices worn on wrists, under the skin and even in underwear took on heightened importance during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Three local doctors talk about mystery illnesses, diagnostic breakthroughs and practicing in a pandemic.
Five are already open for dine-in; three more are reopening this week.
Here’s what is different, and what you can expect to see, if you visit Haleʻiwa now.
It’s apparent that tourism is down. The streets are far less crowded now than they were pre-COVID. Many hotels are still closed, though shops and restaurants have been open between lockdown orders.
A new city matrix allows small groups to hike, visit the beach, eat in restaurants and shop, with limits, but bars and nightclubs will have to wait.
Now, because of COVID-19, the streets are a little emptier, but the energy pulsing through Kailua town remains strong.
Yes, they all kill germs. But only a few local alcohol-based sprays, gels and liquids made our “must-have” list.
The latest emergency orders allow us to try new things outdoors, find some new local grubs and relax—as long as we do it alone.
For COVID-19 patients hospitalized in isolation, nurses provide a crucial human connection—at the risk of their own safety.
When the emergency order shut down dining rooms, these new restaurants—months in the planning—decided to open anyway.
TheBus has been considered an essential service throughout the pandemic, continuing to get riders where they need to go. But when restrictions eased, O‘ahu’s city buses filled up again, putting its riders at risk.
The experts tell us how best to move forward when restrictions ease and tourism emerges.
The emergency order set to expire this Thursday will last another two weeks, though some new solo activities will be allowed.
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.