Features

I traveled during a global pandemic

By: Kirsten Sibley

Rows of seats were now empty, vendors were closed, and not a soul except for the security was to be seen.

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The so-called best time of my life

By: Chaz Mihara

COVID-19 came at a time where it's supposed to be the best time of a high school senior's life.

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Hawaiʻi State Legislator Representative Chris Lee

By: Megan Lucas

He was the youngest member and only millennial serving in the Hawaiʻi State Legislature when elected in November 2008.

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Keiki Great Aloha Run

By: Carina Nocon

The Keiki Great Aloha Run is an annual event that students, parents, and faculty run-- or walk-- to raise money for childrens’ schools around the island. 

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Water Talks II: Climate Justice in the Pacific

By: Keila Lee

An evening talk-story event at the UH Manoa Art Gallery brought together artists, scientists, historians and to discuss how cultures in the Pacific are dealing with climate change. 

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Punahou Carnival

By: Ronnie Allen Campman

The Punahou Carnival is one of the most highly anticipated events in Hawaiʻi for local families and college students alike. 

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What's the fad about secondhand clothes?

By: Troy Jacobs

Retro brands such as Kappa, Champion, and Fila are becoming popular again thanks to thrift shopping

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The Kakaʻako Farmers Markets create a sense of community

By: Eunica Escalante

Every Sunday, the empty lot on the corner of Ala Moana and Ward becomes a hub of local food, live music, and small businesses. 

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Going meatless at VegFest 

By: Lea Strenge

What started as a grass root movement turned into the "biggest trend driving change in the food industry," according to Forbes magazine. 

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Films in Hawaiʻi can be good, but not for locals

By: Megan Lucas

Many films and TV shows have been shot in Hawaiʻi over the years, and some of them have been successful. A lot of controversy has happened in some quiet neighborhoods.

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Ono Seafood expands to Mānoa

By: Carina Nocon

Ono Seafood truck owner and UH West Oʻahu alumnus Lance Brug is taking on the newest branch of this poke shop by bringing it to Mānoa on wheels. 

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Tattoo shop punctuating suicide prevention awareness

By: Ronnie Allen Campman

A tattoo shop in Kāneʻohe is punctuating the stigma surrounding mental illnesses during Suicide Prevention Awareness Month.

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Kickball unites

a neighborhood

By: Kevin Okimoto

 Around the busy streets of Honolulu on a weekday night, you’ll find adults playing competitive kickball.

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