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The Clarence T.C. Ching Athletics Complex will be home turf for the UH Rainbow Warriors’ games in 2021. But this isn’t the first move for the football team in the past 100 years, or the last.
Keep your eyes on more than just the surfing contests—local Olympians will be competing in rugby, volleyball, skateboarding, swimming and more.
Here’s a look back at a story that ran in the magazine in February 1980.
Student learning shifted across our state last year as educators explored different ways to reach out, teach, keep schools safe and remain flexible to ever-changing situations.
Here’s a look back at a story that ran in the magazine in February 1920.
Here’s a look back at a story that ran in the magazine in July 1921.
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.
Since the Fourth of July falls on a Sunday, the holiday will be observed on Monday, July 5.
Is Pidgin thriving or dying as a language? That's the focus of the last of our four-part series on pidgin from “Da Pidgin Guerrilla” Lee Tonouchi.
The Make Lemonade Project is a gentle reminder to squeeze your loved ones tight.
Here’s a look back at a story that ran in the magazine in June 2011.
A nationwide surge in attacks prompts the postal service to deliver news that dog bites occurred in these 12 Hawai‘i communities.
Your guide to which city and county and state services will be available or suspended in observance of Kamehameha Day on June 11, 2021.
Life Interrupted panelists say even family-centric Hawai‘i folks need help. They offer personal stories and practical advice for navigating multi-generational Island life.