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Details about the largest active volcano on Earth, from the projected path of molten rock, vog risk and how to watch a live shot from your couch.
The farmers market stall graduates to a bigger menu packed with seafood served Sonora-style.
Join the block party at Honolulu Night Market, decorate cookies and eat doughnuts, and get a head start on holiday shopping at a craft fair.
Revisiting old episodes of favorite programs is like a trip down memory lane.
There’s a lot going on, from parades to Show Aloha Land, to The Nutcracker and Honolulu City Lights.
Plus, Surf Shack Puzzles releases a new puzzle and Coco Moon Hawai‘i x Zippy’s is the cutest collaboration we’ve seen in a while.
More dine-in and takeout menus for the biggest feast of the year.
Read on for Maika‘i rewards (free turkey, anyone?), gift boxes, local recipes and a charitable way to spread the festive spirit.
In 1957, Paradise of the Pacific gave readers a glimpse at the exhausting 37-mile competition.
Here’s your guide to which Honolulu City and County services will be available or suspended in observance of Veterans Day on Nov. 11, 2022.
Columnist James Charisma says telling others about he bought a place sounded like gloating.
Made in Hawai‘i Festival, Fringe Festival, Lucky Come Hawai‘i, Tumua Tuinei, Hawai‘i Symphony Orchestra concerts and more.
Garden Isle breweries are expanding, and two more will open in coming months.
Get a jump-start on your holiday shopping at the annual Honolulu event, now at Ala Moana Center, featuring a wonderland of clothes, jewelry, accessories and food.
Jump into a ball pit, fight dinosaurs on a projector screen and climb a rock wall at this new indoor playground at Windward Mall.
November’s “Beaver Moon” begins around 10 p.m. HST Monday, with maximum viewing at 12:59 a.m. Tuesday.
Chun’s Meat Market “I was born two days after the grand opening of Chun’s Meat Market,” Frankie Chun, 35, says. On June 10, 1987, his parents, Tony and Selina Chun, and uncle and aunt, Alan and Helen Chun, took…
Moms just wanna have fun, too, right?
But are they worth the price tag?
Drive through 13 ahupua‘a as you shop for vintage and new finds, explore a hidden garden and eat your way up the eastern coast of O‘ahu.
Iconic signs serve as beacons of our community. But they can disappear in a blink.