Critics call it a significant development that will reduce homelessness and crime in the area.
Broken windows at the police station and many Chinatown businesses signal increasing disorder in the historic downtown neighborhood.
Stress can make time seem to pass more slowly, boredom more quickly, and both have been at play during the pandemic.
Sam Lemmo, who retired last week as administrator of the Office of Conservation and Coastal Lands, took flack from all sides but stayed focused on his mission.
Hewa is the opposite of pono, and the Navy’s actions in the Red Hill drinking water crisis and whoever shot a monk seal on Molokai certainly fit the definition.
In a recent exchange with Chinatown business owners, Honolulu Prosecuting Attorney Steve Alm offered an encouraging report about a program to get incapacitated homeless people off the streets.
My immediate thought was to call off Thanksgiving, but I decided to go ahead with a scaled-back dinner party.
First Hawaiian Bank has agreed to donate a mural by Jean Charlot as a gift to the state after it vacates its current Waikiki branch.