Located in the semi-industrial Kaka‘ako district, the Honolulu Furniture Company celebrates its first year in business. Friendly after-work discussions turned to serious talk when craftsmen Doug Gordon and Thorben Wuttke entertained...
The Pooley’s, circa 1996 Being in my early 30’s I find myself nostalgic for my teen years. Mainly 16 to 19 because those were the years I was elbow deep into...
He is keeping film thriving in Honolulu. Learn how Bobby came up with the name, veered into analog photography, his most obscure product, and what camera he recommends for a unique look.
[sidebar] SUPPORT LOCAL MUSIC! SUPPORT COTQ! [/sidebar] They call themselves clones, but they aren’t no followers. Leading the local music scene with what they describe as “spirited, spaced-out electronic rock,” Clones...
If you frequent the Honolulu arts and culture scene, you may know Ted De Oliveira by one of his many monikers: Tedji, Tiger Blood, The Greatest, or as the first name...
Empty Bowl Project is an international grass roots effort to fight hunger, which was originally started in Michigan in the 1990s. Local artist groups make bowls and solicit donated soup and...