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A new book takes us to the movies—and back in time.
A Hawaii family separated during the Japanese earthquake and tsunami picks its way through the aftermath.
Introducing the Sendai-Honolulu Journal March 10–23: Japan-Honolulu Earthquake Journal Saturday, March 19: A Sendai Report Friday March 25: Waiting in line pays off, with many firsts Saturday, March 26: Sendai Airport opens thanks to the…
Did the Hawaii Guard steal gems, fence them and even swap them for opium? Read on for the sordid tale.
The Historic Hawaii Foundation, the State Historic Preservation Division and Honolulu Magazine compile an annual list of some of our state's most endangered places.
Nearly a dozen vintage recordings of mele (songs or chants) for ancient hula have been resurrected, remastered and compiled on a new album, Ancient Hula Hawaiian Style, Volume 1: Hula Kuahu.
Alexander Liholiho shot one of his closest friends, leaving physical and emotional wounds from which neither man would recover.
The Thalia Massie affair was one of Hawaii's most sensational and significant trials in the state's history and has forever changed Hawaii.
Ahead of the Majority. A documentary. An interview with the creator.
Weird, strange and intriguing things you didn't know about our Islands.
Honolulu is full of amazing, historic neon. Some of it isn’t in such great shape anymore.
Decades of harsh treatment toward plantation workers resulted in several riotous strikes beginning in the 20th century. One turned deadly. It has since been all but forgotten.