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Struggling with boredom or fear as you shelter in place? There’s a book for that.
The famous surfer and swimmer had to scuttle his aviator dreams when he came down with it on a mainland tour.
The war against COVID-19 offers all of us an opportunity to do something bigger: to work together to halt the spread of a virus that has already killed so many.
The city says it will take months to repave the lot at Waialae and 12th Avenue but worried business owners are pushing back.
The Honolulu Museum of Art’s latest exhibition, “30 Americans,” is one to take a moment and absorb.
The city wants to lease out all of the iconic pavilions to beach service vendors, although officials won’t say it’s to chase out the chronic homeless.
Before the luxury apartments and the seawalls, the once-expansive shoreline was known to Hawaiians as Kapua, meaning “the flower.”
The fences were installed in December but both have been removed following public protests.
Local is still mostly about race in Hawaii, but talking about shared experiences can help us overcome some of those differences.
Students at the school near where two HPD officers were killed wanted to show their gratitude through a lunch Tuesday.
The homeowner believed to have been killed Sunday by her longtime tenant was described by friends as a woman who thought she could handle anything.
Christine Pelosi, the speaker’s daughter, was in Honolulu promoting her new book about her mother and training aspiring political candidates.