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More catching up with HawaiiMagazine.com

more_catching_upIt’s time to catch up with our Web posts again!

Whether you’re new to
zine.com or one of our regular visitors, we know how it is. Sometimes you miss two, or even a whole week’s worth, of our daily posts while they’re still on the homepage.

A couple months back, we brought some of our best posts of 2008 back to the homepage—as links—for our readers who may have missed them. That first “best of “ post proved such a hit, we decided to catch you up again—this time with our favorite posts since then.

We’ve put together more than 375 posts in total so far this year—all of ‘em still here at HawaiiMagazine.com. Short features on Hawaii’s people, places, and products. Travel tips. Videos. Slideshows. Lists. And countless updates on all of the activity at Kilauea volcano.

You could click “next entries” at the bottom of the home page, or search by month using the “Hawaii Today Archives” links in the left column. 

But let’s make it easy. Click the links below to catch up with HawaiiMagazine.com’s favorite recent posts:

Lava lake revealed roiling below Kilauea volcano

8 Tips for sun protection in Hawaii

The Great HAWAII Magazine POG-Off!

Hidden Hawaii: On the way to Waimea Canyon

Searching for Hawaii’s coconut pies

VIDEO: Ash burst at Kilauea volcano plume

Hundreds show up for “Lost” casting. I audition, sort of.

Exploring the Pacific Aviation Museum at Pearl Harbor

Char’s Chopsticks: Uncle Bobo’s Smoked BBQ

It's still Obama-rama in Hawaii

Library luau cheers 50 years of Hawaii statehood, 365 days too early

Road trip: Driving to North Kohala and back

Waimea Valley reopens

Hawaii's explosive new beaches. Hold the surfboard. Bring a camera.

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