Hoa Team | Our Story
By: Kirsten Sibley
Rows of seats were now empty, vendors were closed, and not a soul except for the security was to be seen.
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.
By: Megan Lucas
He was the youngest member and only millennial serving in the Hawaiʻi State Legislature when elected in November 2008.
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.
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.
By: Ronnie Allen Campman
The Punahou Carnival is one of the most highly anticipated events in Hawaiʻi for local families and college students alike.
By: Troy Jacobs
Retro brands such as Kappa, Champion, and Fila are becoming popular again thanks to thrift shopping
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.
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.
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.
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.
A tattoo shop in Kāneʻohe is punctuating the stigma surrounding mental illnesses during Suicide Prevention Awareness Month.
By: Kevin Okimoto
Around the busy streets of Honolulu on a weekday night, you’ll find adults playing competitive kickball.