Volunteers, including Honolulu Mayor Rick Blangiardi and city council member Calvin Say, helped plant a herb garden for pollinators. ApproximatelyRead more
Shortly after 2018 begins, weâ€™ll experience an exceptionally rare and noticeable King Tide. It peaks at 3:54 a.m. Jan. 1 in Honolulu when our New Yearâ€™s Eve champagne buzz has worn off.Read more
Join a panel of local news executives and experts for an informal roundtable discussion on some of the recent changes in Honolulu media.Read more
The Hawaiâ€˜i Herald today took a major step forward in its more than thirtyÂ year Âhistory with the launch of its online edition. The debut issue is focused on the Primary Election, with a story on the â€œDavid vs. Goliathâ€ gubernatorial race between incumbent Governor Neil Abercrombie and veteran State Senator David Ige, as well as a Q&A forum on the issues with responding candidates for the major offices.
“This is an historic moment for The Hawaiâ€˜i Herald, the only HawaiiÂ-based newspaper dedicated to covering the local Japanese American community,â€ says Keiichi Tagata, president of parent company Hawaii Hochi, Ltd. â€œAfter 34 years of sharing stories in print with loyal readers, mostly in Hawaii, we look forward to sharing the Herald with a wider audience of readers around the world.”Read more
Is it possible to grow a bootstrapped tech startup in Hawaii? A new boutique solutions and product-focused tech business, Sudokrew Solutions, is looking to answer this question.
Sudokrew is led by local talent Jason Sewell and Spencer Toyama. Sewell is the former lead developer for Outrigger Hotels & Resorts, and Toyama is the former operations director of Kinetiq Labs and the Pele-Award winning Agency Collaborative.
â€œThere are many incredible web developers and designers in Hawaii building the front-facing websites for our local community, and we really want to differentiate our services by focusing on development and enterprise solutions.â€ stated Spencer Toyama.Read more