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...on local eating, Elvis Presley and present-tense architecture.
...on buried bones, houseguests from hell and Chinatown as the "Honolulu Culture and Arts District."
At 83, Jack Randall of The Bishop Museum, has lived an exciting life, much of it underwater.
...on geometry, Dorie-Ann Kahale and cheap eats.
A national initiative helps local congregations see the connection between faith and fluorescent bulbs.
...drug sniffing dogs, Youtube, Beretania Street.
Vampire mites mean fewer bees for honey producers, and possibly less fruit for all Islanders.
...on Hawaii's best lawyers, cheap eats and Cecilia Blackfield.
After four years of waiting, the public can now access this stunning Wahiawa hike.
...on the 50 Greatest Hawaii Songs, live jazz in Hawaii and on the use of scientific theory to prove that God exists.
After one of Hawaii's most devastating forest fires, Maui’s Kula Forest Reserve gets a second life.
photo by David Croxford Tucked into an old anthurium farm in Hilo, a company called Ola creates sophisticated spa goodies—body butters, foot scrubs, lotions—that are hand-made using fresh fruit, flowers, volcanic pumice and other natural ingredients. “I wanted to do…
July 2007 Letters to the Editor
New technology helps protect the Islands’ natural resources.
“Scrap Yard: Does God Exist?” 05/07 Two University of Hawai‘i professors, Victor Stenger and Charles Hayes, squared off about God and science. How can you run an article on such a lofty subject—with two opposing viewpoints—in barely a page? It…
Hawaiian music, however flexible, has its own distinctive personality.
A Good Egg: Why one Honolulu woman has donated her eggs, six times.