- Special Projects
Should an historic breakwater be destroyed because some people are too stupid to quit jumping off the rocks?
Mayor Kirk Caldwell and others knew of Baird Fleming’s intention to leave before the critical vote to give the zoo stable funding.
A small shop provides a sanctuary for the community’s youths, including residents of nearby public housing projects.
The fifth director in six years has resigned, days after voters agreed to steer property taxes to a fund to help the zoo.
In this episode, Mayor Kirk Caldwell and challenger Charles Djou address tourism, the high number of visitor deaths and whether Waikiki is at risk from flooding.
Charter Amendment 12 calls for a system to periodically review many of Honolulu’s boards and commissions.
Popular with young professionals who see it as hip and up-and-coming, the neighborhood’s transition has come with growing pains.
Though outsiders have long been wary of the community east of Manoa, its reputation is changing for the better.
Representatives from HPR, Civil Beat and UH Manoa will address the tumult in local journalism.
Big projects are on the horizon, but some people feel that community-input meetings are designed to manipulate the message.