April 4, 2022
Additional ‘Meaningful’ Settlements Reached in Lawsuit Over ‘Kona Coffee’ Name
(HONOLULU) — Hawaii coffee growers have reached additional settlements with major retailers over the misuse of the “Kona coffee” name. […]
December 28, 2021
Despite Millions of Dollars Towards Relief, East Hawaii Residents Left to Help Homeless on their Own
"What we can do is love on them, and help as many as we can."
December 13, 2021
Shave Ice Is the Latest Hawaiian-Style Icon Defining the State’s ‘Brand’
(HONOLULU) — A line forms on the sidewalk outside the small walkup window to Kell’s Koffee on a hot summer […]
December 3, 2021
After a Year of Sellout Success Online, Beyond Pastry Studio Opens in Downtown Honolulu
(HONOLULU) — Amid a pandemic that closed 25% of Honolulu businesses, Beyond Pastry Studio opened its doors in Downtown Honolulu […]
November 8, 2021
Professor Discusses the Decline and Evolution of the Native Hawaiian Language
"We are a family in the whole Pacific. We're all connected somehow."