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Hawaii fails to handle.
How the proliferation of solar panels on Honolulu homes will force Hawaiian Electric Co. to reinvent itself—or else.
Guess what? Another promising Honolulu artist
moved to Portland, Ore. What gives?
Going off the grid used to be more dramatic.
One of Waikiki’s most iconic landmarks celebrates its 50th anniversary this month. Here’s the story of how this hotel/condo hybrid came to be.
In Honolulu, we often find connections where we least expect them.
Andrew Rossiter, head of the Waikiki Aquarium, on monk seal smarts, messing with fish thieves, and the myth of the man-eating clam.
Some Hawaii jobs pay more than others, sure, but even in fields that employ mostly women, men still usually receive higher salaries.
Hawaii’s high school students prepare for worldwide robotics competition.
You may now kiss the groom.
Chinatown’s losing more than just cheesecake.
HONOLULU welcomes a new editor.
Pamela Taylor-Tongg, artistic director at Ballet Hawai‘i, reflects on 36 seasons of the Christmas classic, The Nutcracker, and how, when mishaps occur, the Rats are often involved.
One year after the senator’s passing, a multitude of places have been renamed to honor his legacy, from UH buildings, to a century-old lighthouse on Kauai, to a Navy destroyer.
Scenes from the special session on marriage equality.
All you ever wanted to know about Hawaii's favorite fish.
Hawaii wants to be loved as more than just a pretty face.
The Historic Hawaii Foundation, the state Historic Preservation Division and HONOLULU Magazine compile an annual list of some of our state's most endangered sites.
Honolulu contemplates joining the host of cities where
sacking out on the sidewalk is not allowed.
For 125 years and counting, we’re still loving Honolulu.
Maybe a little fear won’t hurt us.
Black car service? So what? What Uber has to offer may be more than that.
The new way of thinking about disaster preparation.