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Makiki Is A Scary Place For Pedestrians In Honolulu’s ‘Car Culture’

The urban community has “a small-town vibe” where people love to walk. But that doesn’t mean they’re safe.

Chad Blair: It Looks Like All-Mail Voting Is Finally On Its Way

The Office of Elections is already working to implement a measure that is still sitting on the governor’s desk.

Neal Milner: Hawaii’s Scholars Ought To Be Making Sense Of Its Politics

In a place that fixates on culture and tradition, you’d think we’d have some academics willing to do deep-dives into how this place is run.

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The Ends Don’t Mean You Got The Means

Big ideas matter, but they won’t go anywhere unless translated into effective action and results.

Students Thrived At This Maui School In Territorial Hawaii Flickr: kaparker99

Students Thrived At This Maui School In Territorial Hawaii

The old high school at Hamakuapoko provided a transformational education for many who became key figures in Hawaii’s transition from territory to state.

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If Only Trees Could Talk

They would tell us human beings that we’re way out on a limb when it comes to climate change.

Hawaii’s Nursing Homes Stack Up Well Nationally

Hawaii’s Nursing Homes Stack Up Well Nationally

It’s important to frame our skilled facility care in the context of national standards.