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Architect Dean Sakamoto spearheads the adaptive reuse of notable buildings to honor Honolulu’s social past.
The Food Network is holding open auditions in Honolulu for its next "Food Network Star." Aug. 30, Sheraton Waikiki.
Easter Surprise: A UH professor stirs up controversy with a new book on the Rapanui people of Easter Island.
When Biting Commentary filmed a TV episode with Chef Chai Chaowasaree (you can see it here), we spent some time in Chinatown.Where do you eat here? we asked him. Turns out that his favorite Chinatown eatery was the same as…
Worried that the Islands have to import 85 percent of our food? Want to help farmers and low-income food entrepreneurs? Here's an event for you.
The August archives from our files of Paradise of the Pacific and HONOLULU Magazine.
Looking for a healthy plate lunch? GRYLT has one, though may we suggest you skip the plates and go to sandwiches.
The Big Squeeze: Restaurants are paying more for everything and they know you don’t want to.
The annual wine and food fundraiser for the Honolulu Japanese Chamber of Commerce celebrates its 10th anniversary in October.
Ooey, Gooey Cheese: It stretches, it bubbles, it tantalizes you with warm, salty flavors. You know you can’t deny yourself the melting goodness of cheese. We found the 18 most irresistible cheese dishes in town. Here’s where to indulge.
On the Hunt: See the city with fresh eyes via this article, an artistic scavenger hunt of Honolulu’s best public art.
Our attempt to eat at JJ's new Le Cacao Bistro resulted in ... well, nothing more than an hour sitting at an empty table.
New Relief: Honolulu-based acupuncturist Jayne Tsuchiyama is the first Hawaii recipient of a Susan G. Komen grant to make acupuncture available to women undergoing breast cancer treatment.
There are only 20 places at the table when the First Lady of Napa Wine, Heidi Peterson Barrett, visits Wolfgang's Steakhouse, Aug. 8
It's the perfect summer appetizer, zucchini blossoms stuffed with housemade ricotta--light, delicious and in season for a week or two.
New York State approves same-sex marriage just in time for my friend's wedding. Now if Hawaii could just do the same.
Brush up on art, enhance your academics, or learn how to play an instrument or a new sport this summer.