The title of Earl Derr Biggers’ mystery novel was inspired by the hotel he stayed in, Gray’s-By-The-Sea, where guests weren’t given keys because, apparently, no one locked their doors in Waikīkī.
At House Without A Key, inspired by Earl Derr Biggers’ novel of the same name, a writer basks in nostalgia for what once was.
Dive into the lives of a surf instructor, board shaper, and designers united by love for the ocean and Hawaiian culture.
The architect's signature : "Dickey roofs" combine wide, shallow-pitched eaves with a steep upper roof designed to suit | Hawaii's tropical climate.
Architect C.W. Dickey shaped Hawai‘i's statehood aesthetic from its royal and territorial roots.
In Tony Barnhill’s colorized images of old Hawai‘i,
In Tony Barnhill’s colorized images of old Hawai‘i, black-and-white photographs are reimagined in vivid color.
Founded in 1912 to be the voice of Japanese immigrants in the islands, the Hawai‘i Hochi continues to be a lifeline connecting local Japanese to their native culture and community.
Mary Mitsuda’s intuitive and freewheeling approach thrives in the juxtaposition of opposites.
In ancient Hawai‘i, ‘opihi was an important part of the Native Hawaiian diet starting at infancy.
‘Opihi, considered a delicacy due to its immense difficulty to harvest, is where high stakes meet high flavor.