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The Sun Is Setting On One Of Hawaii’s Last Legacy Estates Cory Lum/Civil Beat

The Sun Is Setting On One Of Hawaii’s Last Legacy Estates

The Damon Trust spans much of the island’s modern history, with roots back to the Hawaiian Kingdom.

Sterling Higa: Loss Of Spalding House A Reminder Old Money Alone Won’t Sustain The Arts Richard Wiens/Civil Beat

Sterling Higa: Loss Of Spalding House A Reminder Old Money Alone Won’t Sustain The Arts

The estate in Makiki Heights has been a refuge, thanks to the vision of a longtime patron of the arts. Hopefully, new visionaries will emerge.

Honouliuli National Monument: Important Window to Dark Past National Park Service

Honouliuli National Monument: Important Window to Dark Past

Establishment of the monument at the site of Hawaii's largest and longest-used World War II internment camp ensures that its story is shared with future generations.
Hubba Hubba! Honolulu Planners Likely Won’t Touch Iconic Neon Sign

Hubba Hubba! Honolulu Planners Likely Won’t Touch Iconic Neon Sign

Historic Chinatown sign is technically in violation, but city expected to make exception.
Honolulu Residents Don’t Want National Recognition

Honolulu Residents Don’t Want National Recognition

Some in Papakolea, Tantalus and Nuuanu have spoken out against a proposal that would designate a chunk of the city as a National Heritage Area, saying the recognition could infringe on private property rights.

Discussion: Honolulu

Politics, Government, Etc. We’ve opened a new discussion solely devoted to the Honolulu rail project and another devoted just…
Honolulu History