Hawai‘i Tourism Authority officials are wooing a dozen airlines that are not currently serving the islands to set up shop in Hawaii. Hawaiian Airlines, whose check-in counter can get packed, switched some of its international routes to domestic ones.
Hawaii tourism officials are courting about a dozen airlines not currently serving Hawaii, which they hope will some day set up shop here. Even as visitor arrivals and spending continue on a record pace for the third straight year, those involved in the state's No. 1 industry can't afford to get complacent. Story »
Hawaiian Electric Co. President and CEO Dick Rosenblum defended the utility's proposed rate changes Thursday, including the $55 minimum rate for all customers and higher monthly charge for new solar owners. Story »
The label on each container of Sea Salts of Hawaii tells the buyer a story about the main ingredient's relationship to the islands. "It gives them something to connect to," said owner Sandra Gibson. Story »
Patients are beginning to share their increasing concerns about the recent spread of Ebola in West Africa. While it is prudent for the people of Hawaii and the Department of Health to remain vigilant about global trends of any infectious disease, there is no imminent cause for alarm. Story »
This week's column is about the 1964 Honolulu City and County General Plan. Sounds like a real snoozer, doesn't it? But wait. There are some amazing -- some might even say bizarre -- things in that plan.
I love to see local entrepreneurs do well, and anyone who reads this column knows that I've been a big fan of Box Jelly, the Kakaako-based co-working space, founded by former Chaminade student Tony Stanford and his friend, Rechun Fujihara. Story »
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Strung with colorful madrases and festooned with cloths and hanging lanterns, as well as a screen playing classical Indian films, the Bollywood bug attacks theater guests instantly. Read More »
Letting Keiki Find Their Own Passion
From ballet to hula, I’ve had visions of tulle tutus and petite pa’u skirts for my little dancing queen. I grew up taking ballet and tap lessons, and recognized my daughter’s early love of music, rhythm and movement. Read More »