Eric Tanouye and his son Jon Tanouye, surrounded by anthuriums at their Green Point Nurseries, volunteer to decorate the Edith Kanaka‘ole Multi-Purpose Stadium every year for the Merrie Monarch Festival. Floral arrangements flank the entrance where the halau enter the stage.
Hung up over construction spending, state House and Senate negotiators have pushed deliberations on the state budget to Friday, the deadline to have bills ready for final votes next week before the session adjourns.
When the Polynesian Voyaging Society's two double-hulled canoes embark on their unprecedented worldwide sail next month, they aim to spread a message to protect what the group has dubbed "Island Earth." Story »
On the eve of a critical deadline, a woman Wednesday sued the Roman Catholic Diocese of Honolulu and its former vicar general, Marc Alexander, accusing him of sexually abusing her 30 years ago when she was a minor and he was working at St. John Vianney in Kailua.
For Thursday, April 24, 2014
Mona Cordeiro • Robert Stephan Hines • Edwin Sueo Inouye • Mary Holokahiki Cypher Jenss • Hilda Keahukai Kaupu • Francis Moses Kuakini • Roland Wai Tung Lee • Mary Kauhoanoano Mahiai and more
One of the most satisfying moments in a sailor's life is tying the boat to a safe mooring in a calm harbor after a long period at sea. Even a day after arriving here at Niue (pronounced NEW-ay), Craig and I are still high-fiving. Story »
One of the greatest quests of the new physics has been to reconcile quantum theory with general relativity. This situation parallels that of 17th-century scientists who were trying to reconcile the way things fell on Earth with the greater motions of the planets.
The Hawaiian islands are perfectly situated to see all of the total lunar eclipse on April 14, a celestial event that runs from roughly 8 to 11:30 p.m. In addition, Mars reaches its brightest point in the past eight years. Story »
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Ghosts Of Hawaii’s Past
The 10 minutes or so at each grave are spellbinding – for that exhilarating moment, all of the modern world washes away, opening a window into a fascinating past that shaped the Honolulu we have today. Read More »