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2016 Private School Guide

Mid-Pacific Innovators. Artists. Individuals.  Photos: Mid-Pacific Institute    President, Paul Turnbull, Ph. D. At Mid-Pacific, we see children with original ideas and perspectives, with dreams, aspirations, emotions and insights. We see students who celebrate these many characteristics and interests… and define…

Our Guide: Wet 'n' Wild Hawai‘i

Photo: Lavonne Leong Where: Wet ‘n’ Wild Hawai‘i. Who: Two families with five kids, ages ranging from 3 to 10 years. When:A holiday weekend afternoon, just after lunch. Perched on a hill on O‘ahu's sunny west side, Wet‘n'Wild Hawai‘i offers…

Our Guide: Dole Plantation

It's a regular tourist stop, but we found several reasons for kama‘āina to make a trip to this North Shore attraction.

Lei Chic's guide to the weekend's best events

Lei Chic's guide to the weekend's best events include a moving sale at Quince, Chinese New Year at Royal Hawaiian Center, Let Them Eat Cupcakes' new loose leaf tea bar, the new CH Caroline Herrera boutique at Ala Moana Center and more, as seen on Lei Chic, your go-to guide to shopping, fashion, beauty and lifestyle.

Keiki Health Guide: Got Germs?

Let's face it—kids aren't exactly the kings and queens of clean. After all, they've been known to share pacifiers, sippy cups and juice boxes, use their hands as a Kleenex and sneeze into the stratosphere. That's not counting the bad…

Our Family Bucket List: Fall 2023

With school back in session and the holidays right around the corner, fall is a great time for families to carve out some bonding time.

June Events for Kids on O‘ahu

Enjoy a petting zoo at the water park, take a free tour of ‘Iolani Palace, celebrate King Kamehameha Day and more!

6 Awesome Bike Routes on O‘ahu

Gear up or grab a bike rental to ride across Waikīkī, around Honolulu’s historic sites, through parks and past the murals of Kaka‘ako.

Ola I Ka Wai: Water Is Life

Amid the vast scope of climate change, our series explores each of the natural elements that shape our island life, starting with water.

Essential Hawai‘i Books You Should Read: The Next 134

Our first list—50 Essential Hawai‘i Books You Should Read in Your Lifetime—was one of our most popular stories ever, but it didn’t do justice to our flourishing regional literary scene. So here we go again: More of da kine, only bigger, broader, deeper.

What’s Back (and Not) This School Year

As we return to a semi-normal school environment, here’s how the pandemic has changed the way teachers educate students and how things might look this fall.

What's Reopening in Honolulu for Families

Updated May 15, 2021.   You’ve planted the garden, baked bread from scratch, opened every old birthday art and science kit stacked up in the corner and downloaded innumerous apps. Let’s face it. We all need something new, or at…