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Visa Issues Keep Thousands of Chinese Tourists From Hawaii

Visa Issues Keep Thousands of Chinese Tourists From Hawaii

Apr 3
Rejected visa applications are keeping thousands of Chinese tourists from visiting Hawaii.

Maui's 'Top of the World' Sunrise View Leads to Overcrowding

Maui's 'Top of the World' Sunrise View Leads to Overcrowding

By Audrey McAvoy, Caleb Jones | Feb 2
Well before dawn each morning, throngs of tourists from around the world make their way to Maui's tallest peak, a dormant volcano, to see what Mark Twain called the "sublimest spectacle" he ever witnessed.

Hawaiians Fight Mark Zuckerberg Over Land Purchase

Hawaiians Fight Mark Zuckerberg Over Land Purchase

Jan 28
Proposed legislation in Hawaii is taking aim at Mark Zuckerberg over his purchase of a huge spread on the island of Kauai.

7 Gay Wonders of the World: Luxury Edition

By Matthew Wexler | Dec 27
Our third annual "bucket list" travel compilation pulls out all the stops. From exclusive experiences to LGBT happenings that will connect you with our global community, EDGE encourages you to push your boundaries - in high style, of course.

Molten Men: Hawaii's KapohoKine Adventures

By Merryn Johns | Sep 23
The site of a major volcanic eruption in 1959, Kapoho today is a residential and vacation enclave with a bay, crystal clear tide pools made from lava rock, starkly beautiful lava fields, nearby black sand beaches.

An Insider's Guide to Honolulu - From 30,000 Feet

By Sarah Jaquay | Jun 28
Hawaiian Airlines flight attendant Kaimana Domingo offers his favorite recommendations for Honolulu.

Hawaii Allocates $12M to Tackle Homelessness Crisis

By Cathy Bussewitz | May 9
Hawaii lawmakers set aside more money to tackle the highest rate of homelessness in the nation - a crisis that has left families with children living on sidewalks alongside the beaches of paradise.

Sea Cliffs and Sad Stories in Molokai, Hawaii

By Marco Garcia | Apr 20
A visit to the island of Molokai offers a window on a unique and tragic chapter of Hawaiian history.

In Homelessness Crisis, Hawaii Eyes Thatched 'Hale' Homes

By Cathy Bussewitz | Apr 14
Lawmakers and community members are pushing to revive the Hawaiian tradition of living in hale (pronounced hah-lay), thatched homes made from local trees and plants as a way to provide more affordable housing.

As a State of Islands, Marijuana Sales Tricky for Hawaii

By Marina Riker | Feb 29
With less than five months to go before medical marijuana dispensaries can open in Hawaii, business owners could be facing unique obstacles in a state of islands separated by federal waters.

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