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A James Beard Award nominee is popping up with Mexican-flavored Sloppy Papis and Chicken Tsukune Katsu sandwiches Tuesday in Mō‘ili‘ili.
Kid-recommended books for your keiki.
Mom and chef Lee Anne Wong shares her tricks for making lunch fun and healthy.
Meet the womenswear buyer obsessed with oversized button-downs, cool indie brands and hunting down the wardrobe of your dreams.
You can find the very rare Meli Kalima pineapple gracing Island Vintage Shave Ice's bowls on Kalākaua—but you'll want to hurry.
This park boasts a new(ish) play structure and lots of green space to run wild!
Your guide to which Honolulu City and County services will be available or suspended in observance of Labor Day on Monday, Sept. 5, 2022.
We had no idea how much you wanted to know where to find the city’s best meat jun, local beer and lemon meringue pies.
From finding medical assistance to looking up information on guide dogs, AUW’s resource helpline makes searching thousands of resources in your area easy, quick and fun!
Go to the Okinawan Festival, watch an R&B legend perform live and see a movie for $3.
At $130, it’s on par with other locally owned sushi omakase—with caviar and truffles to boot.
We talk with designer Jane Hoskins about the groundbreaking techniques she’s using to take the North Shore label green.
Eat andagi, watch your favorite Okinawan performers take the stage and bon dance the night away.
We’re looking for kids with great smiles and bubbly personalities to feature in HONOLULU Family in 2023!
Marbled beef by the yard, offal, bean curd and fungus are some of the optional add-ins at Honolulu Skewer House's sister restaurant.
Our hope with running a list like this is to cast a much-deserved spotlight on Hawai‘i’s best stories and authors.
“The Art of Waves” presents a dreamy kaleidoscope of more than 150 images shot from inside and above breaking waves.
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.