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Honolulu

Honolulu  /hoʊnoʊˈluːluː/ is the capital and the most populous city of the U.S. state of Hawaii. Honolulu is the southernmost major U.S. city. Although the name "Honolulu" refers to the urban area on the southeastern shore of the island of Oahu, the city and county government are consolidated as Honolulu County which covers the entire island. For statistical purposes, the U.S. Census Bureau recognizes the urban part of Honolulu as a census-designated place.

Honolulu, Hawaii Capitals of former nations Census-designated places in Honolulu County, Hawaii County seats in Hawaii Populated places established in 1809 Populated places in the United States with Asian American majority populations
List of K-1 events

This is a list of events held and scheduled by the K-1, a kickboxing and mixed martial arts organization based in Japan. The list consists of all the official K-1 World Grand Prix events, regional preliminaries as well as other kickboxing events fought under the K-1 Rules 8 man tournament format. The first event, K-1 Sanctuary I, took place on March 30, 1993 at Korakuen Hall in Tokyo, Japan.

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Auditorium

An auditorium is a room built to enable an audience to hear and watch performances at venues such as theatres. For movie theaters, the number of auditoriums is expressed as the number of screens.

Stage terminology Rooms History of theatre Parts of a theatre
Honolulu Museum of Art

The Honolulu Museum of Art, (formally Honolulu Academy of Arts), is an art museum in Honolulu in the state of Hawaiʻi. Since its founding in 1922 by Anna Rice Cooke and opening April 8, 1927, its collections have grown to over 40,000 works of art.

Institutions accredited by the American Association of Museums Buildings and structures on the National Register of Historic Places in Hawaii Asian art museums in Hawaii Hawaiian architecture Art museums established in 1922 Museums in Honolulu, Hawaii Bertram Goodhue buildings Art museums in Hawaii Mediterranean Revival style architecture in Hawaii Gardens in Hawaii
Apostolic Administrator

An apostolic administrator in the Roman Catholic Church is a prelate appointed by the Pope to serve as the ordinary for an apostolic administration. An apostolic administration can either be an area that is not yet a diocese (a stable apostolic administration) or for a diocese that either has no bishop (an apostolic administrator sede vacante) or, in very rare cases, has an incapacitated bishop (apostolic administrator sede plena).

Ecclesiastical titles Canon law (Catholic Church) Roman Catholic Church offices
Waikiki

Waikīkī is a neighborhood of Honolulu, in the City and County of Honolulu, on the south shore of the island of Oʻahu, in Hawaii, United States. Waikīkī Beach is the shoreline fronting Waikīkī. Waikīkī is home to public places including Kapiʻolani Park, Fort de Russy Military Reservation, Kahanamoku Lagoon, Kūhiō Beach Park, and Ala Wai Harbor.

Neighborhoods in Honolulu, Hawaii Beaches of Oahu
Honolulu County, Hawaii

Honolulu County (officially known as the City and County of Honolulu) is a consolidated city–county located in the U.S. state of Hawaii. The municipality and county includes both the urban district of Honolulu (the state's largest city and capital) and the rest of the island of Oʻahu, as well as several minor outlying islands, including all of the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands except Midway Atoll.

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Aloha Stadium

Aloha Stadium is a stadium located in the Halawa CDP, City and County of Honolulu, Hawaii, United States. Currently Aloha Stadium is home to the University of Hawaiʻi Warriors football team. It hosts the NCAA's Hawai'i Bowl, and has also been home to the National Football League's Pro Bowl since 1980 (except in 2010) and the NCAA's Hula Bowl from 1975 to 1997 and again in 2006.

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Central Pacific Hurricane Center

The Central Pacific Hurricane Center of the United States National Weather Service is the official body responsible for tracking and issuing tropical cyclone warnings, watches, advisories, discussions, and statements for the Central North Pacific Basin. The Central North Pacific Basin is the region of the Pacific Ocean that is north of the equator between 140 degrees west longitude and the International Date Line. In this area, the hurricane season lasts from June 1 through November 30.

1970 establishments Regional Specialized Meteorological Centres Tropical cyclone meteorology Pacific hurricanes National Weather Service Organizations established in 1970 Organizations based in Honolulu, Hawaii
Honolulu International Airport

Honolulu International Airport is the principal aviation gateway of the City & County of Honolulu and the State of Hawaii and is identified as one of the busiest airports in the United States, with traffic now exceeding 21 million passengers a year and rising. It is located in the Honolulu census-designated place three miles (5 km) northwest of Oahu's central business district. Main roads leading to the airport are Nimitz Highway and the Queen Liliuokalani Freeway of Interstate H-1.

Transportation in Honolulu, Hawaii Airports in Hawaii Airports established in 1927 WAAS reference stations Buildings and structures in Honolulu, Hawaii
Roman Catholic Diocese of Honolulu

The Catholic Diocese of Honolulu, officially in Latin Dioecesis Honoluluensis, is an ecclesiastical territory or particular church of the Catholic Church in the United States. The diocese comprises the entire state of Hawaiʻi and the unincorporated Hawaiian Islands.

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Downtown Honolulu

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Honolulu Star-Bulletin

The Honolulu Star-Bulletin was a daily newspaper based in Honolulu, Hawaii, United States. At the time publication ceased on June 6, 2010, it was the second largest daily newspaper in the state of Hawaiʻi. The Honolulu Star-Bulletin, along with a sister publication called MidWeek, was owned by Black Press of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada and administered by a council of local Hawaii investors.

Media in Honolulu, Hawaii Publications established in 1882 Newspapers published in Hawaii Black Press Publications disestablished in 2010
The Contemporary Museum, Honolulu

The now defunct Contemporary Museum, Honolulu was the only museum in the state of Hawaii devoted exclusively to contemporary art. The Contemporary Museum had two venues: in residential Honolulu at the historic Spalding House, and downtown Honolulu at First Hawaiian Center.

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Kailua, Honolulu County, Hawaii

Kailua is a census-designated place (CDP) in Honolulu County, Hawaii, United States. It lies in the Koʻolaupoko District of Oʻahu on the windward coast at Kailua Bay. It is in the judicial district and the ahupua'a named Ko'olaupoko. It is 12 miles (19 km) northeast of Honolulu - over Nu‘uanu Pali. The population was 38,635 at the 2010 census.

Census-designated places in Honolulu County, Hawaii Neighborhoods in Honolulu, Hawaii Populated places on Oahu
The Honolulu Advertiser

The Honolulu Advertiser was a daily newspaper published in Honolulu, Hawaii. At the time publication ceased on June 6, 2010, it was the largest daily newspaper in the American state of Hawaiʻi. It published daily with special Sunday and Internet editions.

Media in Honolulu, Hawaii Newspapers published in Hawaii Publications established in 1856 Black Press Publications disestablished in 2010
Honolulu Harbor

Honolulu Harbor, also called Kulolia and Ke Awa O Kou, is the principal seaport of Honolulu and the State of Hawaiʻi in the United States. It is from Honolulu Harbor, located on Mamala Bay, that the City & County of Honolulu was developed and urbanized, in an outward fashion, over the course of the modern history of the island of Oʻahu. Surrounding Honolulu Harbor is downtown Honolulu.

Ports and harbors of Hawaii Economy of Honolulu, Hawaii Geography of Honolulu, Hawaii Whaling in the Kingdom of Hawaii
Neal S. Blaisdell Center

The Neal S. Blaisdell Center in downtown Honolulu, Honolulu CDP is a community center for the City & County of Honolulu. Constructed in 1964 on the historic Ward Estate and originally called the Hawaiʻi International Center, the center was renamed after Mayor of Honolulu Neal S. Blaisdell. The multi-purpose complex is composed of an internationally renowned arena, concert hall, conference rooms, galleria and exhibition hall. It was remodeled and expanded in 1994.

Hawaii Rainbow Warriors and Rainbow Wahine basketball Hawaiian architecture Convention centers in Hawaii Sports venues in Hawaii Visitor attractions in Honolulu, Hawaii Indoor arenas in the United States Concert halls in the United States Buildings and structures in Honolulu, Hawaii
Honolulu Police Department

The Honolulu Police Department (HPD) is the principal law enforcement agency of the City and County of Honolulu, Hawai'i, headquartered in the Alapa'i Police Headquarters in Honolulu CDP.

County police departments of Hawaii Government of Honolulu, Hawaii Municipal police departments of Hawaii
Robert Baker Aitken

Robert Baker Dairyu Chotan Aitken Roshi (June 19, 1917 – August 5, 2010) was a Zen teacher in the Harada-Yasutani lineage. He co-founded the Honolulu Diamond Sangha in 1959 together with his wife. Aitken received Dharma transmission from Koun Yamada in 1985 but decided to live as a layperson. He was a social activist advocating for social justice for gays, women and Native Hawaiians throughout his life, and was one of the original founders of the Buddhist Peace Fellowship.

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Mayor of Honolulu

The Mayor of Honolulu is the chief executive officer of the City and County of Honolulu and considered the third most powerful official in the U.S. state of Hawaiʻi, behind the Governor of Hawaiʻi and the Lieutenant Governor of Hawaiʻi. An office established in 1900 and modified in 1907, the mayor of Honolulu is elected by universal suffrage of residents of Honolulu to no more than two four-year terms.

Mayors of Honolulu, Hawaii Lists of mayors of places in the United States Government of Honolulu, Hawaii Hawaii-related lists
Honolulu Marathon

The Honolulu Marathon is one of the world's largest marathons. It takes place annually in Honolulu, Hawaii on the second Sunday in December.

Sports in Honolulu, Hawaii Recurring sporting events established in 1973 Marathons in the United States
KHON-TV

KHON-TV is a Fox-affiliated television station in Honolulu, Hawaii. The station broadcasts on virtual channel 2. In addition to its Honolulu broadcast facilities, KHON has relays on all the major Hawaiian Islands to rebroadcast programs outside of metropolitan Honolulu: KHAW-TV channel 11 in Hilo; KAII-TV channel 7 in Wailuku; and low-power K55DZ channel 55 in Lihue. KHON can also be seen statewide on Oceanic Time Warner Cable analogue channel 3.

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President William McKinley High School

President William McKinley High School, more commonly referred to as McKinley High School, is a comprehensive public high school in the Honolulu District of the Hawaii State Department of Education and serves grades nine through twelve. McKinley is one of three schools in the Kaimuki-McKinley-Roosevelt Complex Area which includes Kaimuki High School and Roosevelt High School.

Public high schools in Hawaii Schools on the National Register of Historic Places in Hawaii Schools in Honolulu, Hawaii
Hawaii Symphony

The Hawaii Symphony Orchestra, formerly known as the Honolulu Symphony Orchestra, was founded in 1900. The symphony is the oldest orchestra in the USA west of the Rocky Mountains. Originally housed in a clubhouse on the slopes of Punchbowl, the Honolulu Symphony now plays from the Neal S. Blaisdell Concert Hall in downtown Honolulu. The Symphony has undergone a series of transformations over the course of its first century, responding to the challenges and opportunities of the times.

Articles needing audio and or video Musical groups established in 1900 Culture of Honolulu, Hawaii Symphony orchestra articles needing audio and or video
Cathedral of Our Lady of Peace

The Cathedral of Our Lady of Peace — also known by its original French name Cathédrale de Notre Dame de la Paix, its Portuguese variant Catedral de Nossa Senhora da Paz and its Hawaiian derivative Malia o ka Malu Hale Pule Nui — is the Mother Church of the Diocese of Honolulu and houses the cathedra of the Bishop of Honolulu in Honolulu, Hawaiʻi. Another cathedra was installed in the Co-Cathedral of Saint Theresa of the Child Jesus, also serving the diocese.

Places of worship in Honolulu, Hawaii Roman Catholic Diocese of Honolulu Roman Catholic cathedrals in the United States Properties of religious function on the National Register of Historic Places in Hawaii Roman Catholic churches in Hawaii Romanesque Revival architecture in Hawaii
KGMB

KGMB is the CBS-affiliated television station for the state of Hawaii that is licensed to Honolulu. It broadcasts a high definition digital signal on UHF channel 23 from a transmitter in Palehua.

This TV affiliates CBS network affiliates Channel 5 virtual TV stations in the United States Television stations in Hawaii Channel 23 digital TV stations in the United States Television channels and stations established in 1952
Ala Moana Center

Ala Moana Center in Honolulu is the largest shopping mall in Hawaii, the fifteenth largest shopping mall in the United States, and the largest open-air shopping center in the world. Located at 1450 Ala Moana Boulevard, Ala Moana Center is part of the commercial, retail, and residential district of Ala Moana, south of Makiki, east of Kakaʻako, west of Waikīkī and across from Ala Moana Beach Park.

Shopping malls in Hawaii Visitor attractions in Honolulu, Hawaii Shopping malls established in 1959 Buildings and structures in Honolulu, Hawaii General Growth Properties
Chaminade University of Honolulu

Chaminade University of Honolulu is a private co-educational university in Honolulu, Hawaii, United States. Founded in 1955 by the Society of Mary, a Roman Catholic religious order also known as the Marianists, Chaminade is located in the historic Kaimuki district of Honolulu. Chaminade offers bachelor's degrees in 23 fields of study and five master's degree programs.

Marianist universities and colleges Council of Independent Colleges Chaminade University of Honolulu Roman Catholic universities and colleges in the United States Education in Honolulu, Hawaii Educational institutions established in 1955 National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities members Schools accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges Buildings and structures in Honolulu, Hawaii
Hilton Hawaiian Village

The Hilton Hawaiian Village Beach Resort and Spa, formerly the Kaiser Hawaiian Village Hotel, has been a popular hotel in the Waikiki area of the City and County of Honolulu, Hawaii, United States since 1957. It is the largest hotel of the Hilton chain, with 3,386 rooms and with 7 towers. It is also the 17th largest hotel in the world.

Hawaiian architecture Resorts in Hawaii Hotels established in 1957 Visitor attractions in Honolulu, Hawaii Hilton hotels Hotels in Hawaii Buildings and structures in Honolulu, Hawaii
First Hawaiian Bank

First Hawaiian Bank is a regional commercial bank headquartered in Honolulu, Hawaii at the First Hawaiian Center. It is a subsidiary of BancWest Corporation, which itself is a subsidiary of the French banking company, BNP Paribas. Founded in 1858, First Hawaiian is the oldest and largest (by deposits, loans and total assets) bank in the State of Hawaii, and claims to be the second oldest bank west of the Rockies.

Banks based in Hawaii Banks established in 1858 BNP Paribas
The Hawaiians

The Hawaiians were a professional American football team based out of Honolulu that played in the World Football League. They played two seasons, 1974 and 1975. Their records were 9-11 in 1974 and 4-7-1 in 1975. Their home stadium was Honolulu Stadium in 1974 and Aloha Stadium in 1975. The best known player to play for the Hawaiians was former Dallas Cowboys running back Calvin Hill, though quarterback Jim Fassel became better known as a head coach decades later.

World Football League teams Sports clubs established in 1974 American football teams in Hawaii Defunct American football teams
Cathedral Church of Saint Andrew, Honolulu

The Cathedral Church of Saint Andrew, also commonly known as St. Andrew's Cathedral, is a cathedral of the Episcopal Church in the United States located in the State of Hawaii. Originally the seat of the Anglican Church of Hawaii, it is now the home of the bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Hawaii.

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Roman Catholic Bishop of Honolulu

The Roman Catholic Bishop of Honolulu is the residential bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Honolulu in the United States, which encompasses the entire state of Hawaii and the unincorporated Hawaiian Islands. The Honolulu diocese is a suffragan see in the metropolitan province of the Archbishop of San Francisco. The Bishop of Honolulu is a member of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops.

Roman Catholic Bishops of Honolulu
List of diplomatic missions of Australia

This is a list of diplomatic missions of Australia, excluding honorary consulates. Australian diplomatic missions are posts representing the Commonwealth of Australia in foreign countries. They are mostly maintained of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, with some smaller posts being run by Austrade. There are currently over eighty Australian missions overseas. After federation in 1901, Australia's presence abroad was largely limited to state and Commonwealth agents and trade offices.

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Honolulu City Council

The Honolulu City Council is the legislative branch of the City & County of Honolulu and is considered the second most powerful parliamentary body in the State of Hawaiʻi, following the Hawaiʻi State Legislature. Charged with writing and passing laws for the island of Oʻahu, the Honolulu City Council meets in chambers at Honolulu Hale year-round. The Honolulu City Council is composed of nine members from nine administrative districts.

Government of Honolulu, Hawaii United States city councils
Interscholastic League of Honolulu

The Interscholastic League of Honolulu or ILH is an athletic conference composed of private secondary schools in Honolulu, Hawai'i. The ILH comprises 26 private schools with over 7500 students participating in 22 different sports including cross country, track and field, swimming and diving, football, baseball, basketball, soccer, canoe paddling, kayaking, air riflery, water polo, judo, cheerleading, gymnastics, and sailing.

Hawaii high school athletic conferences
Salt Lake, Hawaii

Salt Lake is a suburban neighborhood of Honolulu, Hawaii on the island of O‘ahu. The area is also known as Āliamanu after a nearby crater, although Salt Lake itself is in a crater called Ālia pa‘akai — meaning "salt pond" in the Hawaiian language. The Salt Lake community was developed in the 1960s during a construction boom, providing residents with an expansive view of downtown Honolulu and the sugarcane plantations of the central plain of O‘ahu.

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Honolulu Hale

Honolulu Hale (originally called the Honolulu Municipal Building), located on 530 South King Street in downtown Honolulu in the City & County of Honolulu, Hawaiʻi, is the official seat of government of the city and county, site of the chambers of the Mayor of Honolulu and the Honolulu City Council. In the Hawaiian language, hale (pronounced HAH-leh) means house or building. Honolulu Hale means Honolulu House (although the Hawaiian language word order would be Hale Honolulu).

Towers in Hawaii Hawaiian architecture Government buildings in Hawaii City and town halls in the United States Buildings and structures in Honolulu, Hawaii Government of Honolulu, Hawaii
List of diplomatic missions of South Korea

This is a list of diplomatic missions of South Korea. In the 1980s the Roh Tae-woo government gradually initiated diplomatic links with the Soviet bloc, in a policy known as Nordpolitik, leading to the opening of representative offices and later embassies in socialist regimes in Europe and Asia. The Asian economic crisis of the late 1990s and an export-orientated trade policy led to South Korea to rationalise its diplomatic network.

South Korea-related lists Lists of diplomatic missions by sending country Diplomatic missions of South Korea
TheBus (Honolulu)

TheBus is the public transportation service on the island of O'ahu, Hawai'i, in the United States. As of 2008, TheBus has a ridership of approximately 70.6 million boardings annually on its fleet of 532 buses, providing daily service on 107 routes. TheBus is privately managed by Oʻahu Transit Services Inc. , which operates the system under a public-private partnership with the City and County of Honolulu Department of Transportation Services.

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Honolulu (magazine)

Honolulu is a city magazine covering Honolulu and the Hawaii region.

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Chinatown, Honolulu

The Chinatown Historic District is a neighborhood of Honolulu, Hawaii known for its Chinese people and is one of the oldest Chinatowns in the United States.

Chinatowns in the United States Neighborhoods in Honolulu, Hawaii Chinese American history History of immigration to Hawaii Populated places in the United States with Asian American majority populations
Honolulu Rifles

The Honolulu Rifle Company (also known as the Honolulu Rifles or more plainly the Rifles) was a paramilitary force loyal to the Missionary Party and the later Reform Party. It was created in 1854 as a militia to deal with internal conflict, 24 Rifles were deployed during the 1873 Barracks Revolt.

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Honolulu Star-Advertiser

The Honolulu Star-Advertiser is the largest daily newspaper in the United States state of Hawaiʻi. Based in Honolulu, it was formed in 2010 from a merger of the The Honolulu Advertiser and the Honolulu Star-Bulletin, following the acquisition of the former by Black Press, which already owned the latter.

Media in Honolulu, Hawaii Newspapers published in Hawaii Black Press Publications established in 2010
List of parishes of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Honolulu

The Roman Catholic Diocese of Honolulu comprises eight vicariates forane consisting of its member parishes.

Roman Catholic churches in Hawaii Roman Catholic-related lists Roman Catholic Diocese of Honolulu
Honolulu Stadium

Honolulu Stadium was a stadium located in the Moʻiliʻili district of Honolulu, Hawai'i, at the corner of King and Isenberg Streets. It was opened in 1926 and demolished in 1976. It was the primary sports venue in Hawai'i preceding Aloha Stadium. Famous athletes who competed in Honolulu Stadium include Babe Ruth, Joe DiMaggio (hit a home run out of the park in 1944) and Jesse Owens. Irving Berlin performed at Honolulu Stadium in 1945.

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Fire Stations of Oahu

The Honolulu Fire Department (HFD) operates their 44 Fire Stations on the Island of Oahu, and in and around Honolulu. Seven current or former stations are on the National Register of Historic Places, of which five are still in use today as fire stations. By the 1920s, the accepted style for most public architecture in Honolulu, Hawaii, was Spanish Mission Revival or, more broadly, Mediterranean Revival.

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USS Huron (ID-1408)

USS Huron (ID-1408) was a United States Navy transport ship during World War I. She was formerly the Norddeutscher Lloyd liner SS Friedrich der Grosse (or Friedrich der Große) built in 1896, which sailed Atlantic routes from Germany and sometimes Italy to the United States and on the post run to Australia. At the outset of World War I the ship was interned by the U.S. and, when that country entered the conflict in 1917, was seized and converted to a troop transport.

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Waimea Bay, Hawaii

Waimea Bay is located in Haleiwa on the North Shore of O‘ahu in the Hawaiian Islands at the mouth of the Waimea River. Waimea Valley extends behind Waimea Bay. Waimea means "Red Water" in Hawaiian.

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Henry J. Kaiser High School (Hawaii)

Henry J. Kaiser High School is a WASC-accredited four-year public high school located in Honolulu, Hawaiʻi.

Public high schools in Hawaii Schools in Honolulu, Hawaii
Jeremy Harris

Jeremy Harris, born December 7, 1950 in Wilmington, Delaware, served as Mayor of Honolulu from 1994 to 2004. A biologist by training, Harris started his political career as a delegate to the 1978 Hawai'i State Constitutional Convention. As chief executive of the City & County of Honolulu, the city was named "America's Greatest City" by the official American governance journal, Governing Magazine. Harris is the founder of the China-U.S.

1950 births Living people Mayors of Honolulu, Hawaii Hawaii Democrats
List of diplomatic missions of the Philippines

This is a list of diplomatic missions of the Philippines. The Philippines has a wide network of diplomatic missions in major cities around the world to forward Philippine interests in the areas that they serve, as well as to serve the ever-growing numbers of Overseas Filipinos.

Lists of diplomatic missions by sending country Philippines-related lists Diplomatic missions of the Philippines
Clarence Richard Silva

Clarence Richard Silva, popularly known as Larry Silva (born August 6, 1949), is a bishop of the Roman Catholic Church. He is the fifth Bishop of Honolulu, appointed by Pope Benedict XVI on May 17, 2005, to oversee the Diocese of Honolulu. Previous to his appointment to the epicopacy, he served as a diocesan priest and later vicar general of the Diocese of Oakland in California. He is the first person born in Hawaii to lead the Roman Catholic community of the Hawaiian Islands.

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USS Princess Matoika (ID-2290)

USS Princess Matoika (ID-2290) was a transport ship for the United States Navy during World War I. Before the war, she was a Barbarossa-class ocean liner that sailed as SS Kiautschou for the Hamburg America Line and as SS Princess Alice (sometimes spelled Prinzess Alice) for North German Lloyd. After her World War I Navy service ended, she served as the United States Army transport ship USAT Princess Matoika.

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USS Honolulu (CL-48)

USS Honolulu (CL-48) of the United States Navy was a Brooklyn-class light cruiser active in the Pacific War The second Navy ship named for the city of Honolulu, Hawaii, she was launched on 26 August 1937 at the New York Navy Yard, sponsored by Helen Poindexter, and commissioned on 15 June 1938, with Captain Oscar Smith in command.

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Honolulu High-Capacity Transit Corridor Project

The Honolulu High-Capacity Transit Corridor Project (HHCTCP) is the official name for the plan to construct an elevated rapid transit line serving the City and County of Honolulu on the island of Oahu. Plans for a mass transit line to connect Honolulu's urban center with outlying areas began in the 1960s, but funding was not approved until 2005.

Transportation in Honolulu, Hawaii Proposed public transportation in the United States
USS Honolulu (SSN-718)

USS Honolulu (SSN-718), was a Los Angeles-class submarine, was the third ship of the United States Navy to be named for Honolulu, Hawaii. The contract to build her was awarded to Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Company in Newport News, Virginia on 15 September 1977 and her keel was laid down on 10 November 1981. She was launched on 24 September 1983 sponsored by Mrs. Joan B. Clark, and commissioned on 6 July 1985, with Commander Robert M. Mitchell in command.

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Honolulu Community College

Honolulu Community College is a public, co-educational commuter college in Honolulu, Hawaiʻi. The campus is located at 874 Dillingham Bloulevard, north of downtown Honolulu between Honolulu harbor and the neighborhood of Kapālama, at 21°20′8″N 157°53′5″W / 21.33556°N 157.88472°W / 21.33556; -157.88472Coordinates: 21°20′8″N 157°53′5″W / 21.33556°N 157.88472°W / 21.33556; -157.88472.

Schools accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges Two-year colleges in the United States University of Hawaii Education in Honolulu, Hawaii
Honolulu Zoo

The Honolulu Zoo is a 42-acre (17 ha) zoo located in Queen Kapiʻolani Park in Honolulu, Hawaiʻi, USA. It is the only zoo in the United States to be established by grants made by a sovereign monarch, and is built on part of the 300 acres (121 ha) royal Queen Kapiʻolani Park. The Honolulu Zoo now features over 1,230 animals in specially designed habitats. Over 601,510 people visit the zoo annually.

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Century ride

A century ride is a bicycle ride of 100 miles or more within 12 hours, usually as a cycling club-sponsored event. Many cycling clubs sponsor an annual century ride as both a social event for cyclists and as a fund-raiser for the club’s other activities. A sanctioned century ride is organized and conducted under the rules and liability protection of a sanctioning organization, such as the League of American Bicyclists.

Bicycle tours Cycling
John H. Wilson (mayor of Honolulu)

John “Johnny” Henry Wilson (December 15, 1871 – 1956), was a civil engineer, insurgent, co-founder of the Democratic Party of Hawaii, and Mayor of Honolulu, Hawaii three times: from 1920 to 1927, from 1929 to 1931, and from 1946 to 1954.

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East Honolulu, Hawaii

East Honolulu is a census-designated place (CDP) located in the City and County of Honolulu, Hawaii, United States. As of the 2010 Census, the CDP had a population of 49,914.

Census-designated places in Honolulu County, Hawaii Neighborhoods in Honolulu, Hawaii Populated places on Oahu
Honolulu Catholic Cemetery

The Honolulu Catholic Cemetery (also known as the King Street Catholic Cemetery) is a cemetery in Honolulu, Hawaii. The cemetery is for Roman Catholics and is located at 839-A South King Street, 21°18′15″N 157°51′9″W / 21.30417°N 157.8525°W / 21.30417; -157.8525Coordinates: 21°18′15″N 157°51′9″W / 21.30417°N 157.8525°W / 21.30417; -157.8525.

Cemeteries in Hawaii Buildings and structures in Honolulu, Hawaii Roman Catholic cemeteries in the United States
French invasion of Honolulu

The French Invasion of Honolulu (also known as the Sacking of Honolulu, or the Tromelin Affair) was an attack on Honolulu by Louis Tromelin for the persecution of Catholics and repression on French trade.

Battles involving Hawaii Kingdom of Hawaii
Honolulu Weekly

Honolulu Weekly is an alternative weekly newspaper published in Honolulu, Hawaiʻi. Founded by Laurie V. Carlson, it began publishing in the summer of 1991, ostensibly to fill gaps in investigative reporting left by the two main dailies, Honolulu Star-Bulletin and The Honolulu Advertiser, which were under a joint operating agreement at the time, but ironically creating new gaps in taste and perspective. In May 2005 the Weekly acquired the Kona-based Hawaii Island Journal. http://aan.

Alternative weekly newspapers published in the United States Newspapers published in Hawaii Publications established in 1991
Trump International Hotel and Tower (Honolulu)

Trump International Hotel and Tower at Waikiki Beach Walk or Trump Tower Waikiki is a condo-hotel in Honolulu, Hawaii, part of the Trump International Hotel and Tower chain. It is 350 ft (110 m) tall, 775,000 sq ft (72,000 m) tower with a total of about 460 units. The building includes parking, retail and dining space, as well as a library, wine cellar, lobby bar, cafe, fitness center, spa and separate residential and hotel lobbies.

Hawaiian architecture Condo-hotels in the United States Residential buildings completed in 2009 Hotels in Hawaii Buildings and structures in Honolulu, Hawaii
2000 FINA World Open Water Swimming Championships

The 1 FINA World Open Water Swimming Championships were held on October 29-November 4, 2000 in the waters off Waikiki Beach in Honolulu, Hawaii, USA. 164 swimmers from 34 countries swam in the championships, in race distances of 5-kilometer (5K), 10-kilometer (10K) and 25-kilometer (25K).

FINA World Open Water Swimming Championships 2000 FINA World Open Water Swimming Championships 2000 in swimming 2000 in American sports
Honolulu (film)

Honolulu is an American musical film that was released by MGM in 1939. The film stars dancer Eleanor Powell and Robert Young, and was directed by Edward Buzzell. Inspired by stories about doppelgängers and identical twins such as The Prince and the Pauper, Honolulu features Young in a dual role as Brooks Mason—a top movie star—and as Hawaiʻi-based businessman George Smith.

American films Films directed by Edward Buzzell 1939 films Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer films Black-and-white films 1930s musical films English-language films
Rainbow Film Festival

The Honolulu Rainbow Film Festival (HRFF) is an LGBT film festival held annually in Honolulu which began in 1989 as the Adam Baran Honolulu Gay and Lesbian Film Festival.

Festivals in Hawaii Recurring events established in 1989 Film festivals in the United States LGBT film festivals Visitor attractions in Honolulu, Hawaii International film festivals 1989 establishments in the United States LGBT in Hawaii
List of diplomatic missions of the Federated States of Micronesia

This is a list of diplomatic missions of the Federated States of Micronesia. The Federated States of Micronesia became independent from the United States in 1986.

Lists of diplomatic missions by sending country Federated States of Micronesia-related lists Diplomatic missions of the Federated States of Micronesia
Prosecuting Attorney of Honolulu

The Prosecuting Attorney of Honolulu is one of only two countywide elected positions in the City & County of Honolulu in the State of Hawai'i. He or she is responsible for the prosecution of people for offenses to the laws and regulations established by the municipal government. Under the guidance of the Attorney General of Hawai'i, he or she also has the power to prosecute on behalf of the citizens of the state.

Government of Honolulu, Hawaii
KAAH-TV

KAAH-TV is a religious television station in Honolulu, Hawaii, serving the Hawaii media market on digital channel 27 as a Trinity Broadcasting Network owned-and-operated station. KAAH-TV programming can also be seen on Oceanic Cable channel 26 statewide (with the exception of Hawai'i Island, where KAAH is not available on cable at all.

Television stations in Hawaii Television channels and stations established in 1982 Channel 27 digital TV stations in the United States Trinity Broadcasting network affiliates Channel 26 virtual TV stations in the United States
Hawaii State Library

The Hawaiʻi State Library is a historic building in the City & County of Honolulu that serves as the seat of the Hawaiʻi State Public Library System, the only statewide library system and one of the largest in the United States. The Hawaiʻi State Library building is located in downtown Honolulu adjacent to ʻIolani Palace and the Hawaiʻi State Capitol. Originally funded by Andrew Carnegie, the building was designed by architect Henry D. Whitfield.

Buildings and structures on the National Register of Historic Places in Hawaii State libraries of the United States Public libraries in Hawaii Education in Honolulu, Hawaii Mediterranean Revival style architecture in Hawaii Historic district contributing properties Visitor attractions in Honolulu, Hawaii Carnegie libraries in Hawaii Government buildings on the National Register of Historic Places in Hawaii Classical Revival architecture in Hawaii Buildings and structures in Honolulu, Hawaii
Honolulu Hurricanes

This article is about the defunct Professional Indoor Football League team, for the American basketball Association team, see Hawaii Hurricanes The Honolulu Hurricanes was an Professional Indoor Football League (PIFL) team that competed in the 1998 season based in Honolulu, Hawaii. According to the team's media guide, the ownership partners - registered as Pro Sports Limited Liability Company - are Rev.

American football teams in Hawaii Professional Indoor Football League teams
Honolulu Fire Department

The Honolulu Fire Department, popularly known as the HFD, is the principal firefighting agency of the City & County of Honolulu under the jurisdiction of the Mayor of Honolulu. Founded on December 27, 1850 by Kamehameha III and Alexander Cartwright, the Honolulu Fire Department serves and protects the entire island of O'ahu, covering over 600 square miles (1,600 km²) of territory, home to more than 880,000 residents and over 4 million annual visitors.

Fire departments in Hawaii Government of Honolulu, Hawaii
Saint Stephen Diocesan Seminary, Honolulu

Saint Stephen Seminary was a diocesan minor seminary staffed by the Sulpician Fathers in the diocese of Honolulu that closed in 1970. The seminary land was acquired by the Diocese of Honolulu in 1946 and is located at the former 22-acre (89,000 m²) estate of Harold K.L. Castle just above Maunawili valley in the Koolaupoko district of the island of Oahu. The Castle Mansion was built in 1927 and currently serves as the residence of the bishop of Honolulu.

Educational institutions established in 1946 Roman Catholic seminaries in the United States Schools in Honolulu County, Hawaii Seminaries and theological colleges in Hawaii Educational institutions disestablished in 1970 Private high schools in Hawaii
John C. Lane

John Carey Lane, (1872–1958) was Mayor of Honolulu from 1915 to 1917.

Mayors of Honolulu, Hawaii Hawaiian insurgents and supporters 1958 deaths Prisoners and detainees of the Republic of Hawaii 1872 births
Honolulu (pool)

Honolulu, also known as banks, kisses and combinations, and as indirect, is a call-shot pocket billiards game in which players must pocket all shots in an indirect fashion to reach a set number of points. According to the Billiard Congress of America, the governing body for billiards in the United States, Honolulu presents players with "an unending kaleidoscope of strategic and shot-making challenges."

Pool (cue sports)
Honolulu Botanical Gardens

The Honolulu Botanical Gardens are botanical gardens located in Honolulu County, Oahu, Hawaii, and operated under the county's auspices. The gardens are open daily except for Christmas Day and New Year's Day. The Gardens' stated mission is to plan, develop, grow, curate, maintain, and study documented collections of tropical plants in an aesthetic setting for the purposes of conservation, botany, horticulture, education, and recreation.

Honolulu Botanical Gardens Protected areas of Oahu
Japanese Consulate-General, Honolulu

Japanese Consulate-General, Honolulu is Japan's diplomatic facility in the City and County of Honolulu, Hawaii, United States. The facility is located at 1742 Nuuanu Avenue. The facility's jurisdiction includes Hawaii and American Samoa. As of 31 August 2009, the consul general is Kamo Yoshihiko 加茂佳彦(かも・よしひこ).

Diplomatic missions of Japan Japan–United States relations Diplomatic missions in Honolulu, Hawaii
King David Kalakaua Building

The King David Kalakaua Building in Honolulu, Hawaii is a government building formerly known as the U.S. Post Office, Customhouse, and Courthouse. It was the official seat of administration in the Territory of Hawaii and state of Hawaii for the United States federal government.

Post office buildings in Hawaii National Register of Historic Places in Hawaii Custom houses in the United States Mission Revival architecture Post office buildings on the National Register of Historic Places in Hawaii Mediterranean Revival style architecture in Hawaii Spanish Colonial Revival architecture in the United States Government buildings on the National Register of Historic Places in Hawaii Courthouses in Hawaii Buildings and structures completed in 1922 Buildings and structures in Honolulu, Hawaii
Honolulu Courthouse Riot

This riot should not be confused with the 1852 Whaler Riot in Honolulu. The Honolulu Courthouse Riot, or the Election Riot, occurred in February 1874 when Hawaiian followers of Queen Emma, known as Emmaites, attacked supporters of King Kalakaua on the latter's election day and started a riot. Marines and sailors from three American and British warships were landed and they successfully quelled the rioters and Kalakaua took the oath of office the following day without further opposition.

History of Honolulu, Hawaii History of the United States Navy Punitive expeditions and landings in Asia/Pacific (1800-1899) Naval operations and battles Punitive expeditions and landings in Asia/Pacific (1800-1899) of the United States History of the Royal Navy Riots and civil unrest in Hawaii Conflicts in 1874 1874 in Hawaii
Honolulu Sharks

The Honolulu Sharks were a minor league baseball team in the Hawaii Winter Baseball league. They are based in Honolulu, Hawaii. The Sharks name comes from the large number of shark species native to the waters of Hawaii. They play their home games at the Les Murakami Baseball Stadium.

Hawaii Winter Baseball teams
Honolulu University

Honolulu University of the Arts, Sciences, and Humanities, or just Honolulu University, is an unaccredited institution of nontraditional higher education.

Universities and colleges in Hawaii Educational institutions established in 1987 Education in Honolulu, Hawaii Buildings and structures in Honolulu, Hawaii Unaccredited institutions of higher learning in the United States
Damien Memorial School

Damien Memorial School is a private Roman Catholic prep-school for grades 6-12 located in Kalihi, Oahu, a section of Honolulu, Hawaii. Located in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Honolulu, the school is sponsored by the Congregation of Christian Brothers and is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges.

Roman Catholic secondary schools in Hawaii Christian Brother (Irish) secondary schools Private middle schools in Hawaii Boys' schools in the United States Schools in Honolulu County, Hawaii Educational institutions established in 1962
Honolulu CDP

Holy Trinity Catholic Church in Honolulu

Holy Trinity is a Roman Catholic church located in Honolulu, Hawaiʻi. Holy Trinity Church is located in the East Honolulu neighborhood of Kuliʻouʻou on the island of Oʻahu, at 5919 Kalanianaole Highway, 21°16′59″N 157°43′45″W / 21.28306°N 157.72917°W / 21.28306; -157.72917Coordinates: 21°16′59″N 157°43′45″W / 21.28306°N 157.72917°W / 21.28306; -157.72917.

Roman Catholic Diocese of Honolulu
Honolulu Tudor–French Norman Cottages

Marc R. Alexander

Marc R. Alexander (born April 13, 1958) is a Roman Catholic priest of the diocese of Honolulu, and its vicar general. Prior to February 1, 2006, he served the diocese as diocesan theologian and pastor of a clustered parish known as the Manoa-Punahou Catholic Community. He was born in Sagami, Japan. He was educated in Hawai‘i at Saint Anthony of Padua Elementary School in Kailua, and Damien Memorial High School in Honolulu.

Living people American College of the Immaculate Conception alumni 20th-century Roman Catholic priests People from Hawaii Katholieke Universiteit Leuven alumni 21st-century Roman Catholic priests 1958 births Hawaii Catholic priests
Federal Detention Center, Honolulu

The Federal Detention Center (FDC) in the Honolulu CDP, City and County of Honolulu, Hawaii, is a Federal Bureau of Prisons administrative facility, housing male and female inmates awaiting trial or serving short sentences. The FDC is located adjacent to Honolulu International Airport, on the Hawaiian Airlines side of the airport. The facility opened in 2001.

Prisons in Hawaii Buildings and structures in Honolulu, Hawaii Federal Correctional Institutions in the United States
Honolulu mayoral election, 2010

The 2010 Honolulu special mayoral election was held on September 18, 2010. The election coincided with Hawaii's primary election. The winner of the election, Peter Carlisle, is filling the unexpired term of former Democratic Honolulu Mayor Mufi Hannemann, who resigned on July 20, 2010 to run in the 2010 election for Governor of Hawaii. Honolu Managing Director Kirk Caldwell was acting Mayor of Honolulu on July 20, 2010, following Hannemann's resignation, until the special election was held.

Honolulu, Hawaii mayoral elections United States mayoral elections, 2010 Hawaii elections, 2010
Saint Anthony Catholic Church (Honolulu)

Saint Anthony Catholic Church in Honolulu is a parish in the West Honolulu Vicariate Forane of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Honolulu located at 640 Puuhale Road in the Kalihi Kai district of the city of Honolulu.

Places of worship in Honolulu, Hawaii Roman Catholic churches in Hawaii
Honolulu City Lights

"Honolulu City Lights" is a song composed by Hawaiian singer/songwriter Keola Beamer (b.1951) in the 1970s which opens an album by the same name. The album won several of the Hawaiian music industry's Na Hoku Hanohano Awards in 1979, among them that for Best Contemporary Hawaiian Album, and both song and album went on to become one of the most popular and most played works of contemporary Hawaiian music.

1986 singles The Carpenters songs
Honolulu Clipper

Honolulu Clipper was the prototype Boeing 314 flying boat designed for Pan American Airways. It entered service in 1939 flying trans-Pacific routes. Like other long range Clipper aircraft in Pan-Am it aided US military during World War II. In service with the US Navy it made a forced landing 650 miles east of Oahu on 3 November 1945 and when the subsequent salvage attempt was abandoned, the Honolulu Clipper was deliberately sunk by gunfire.

Individual aircraft Airliner accidents and incidents in the United States Aviation accidents and incidents in 1945 Seaplanes and flying boats Pan American World Airways accidents and incidents
Honolulu Record

The Honolulu Record was a newspaper established after World War II by Koji Ariyoshi, a Hawaiian Nisei labor activist and war veteran with support from the International Longshore and Warehouse Union. To help with the American war effort, Ariyoshi joined the United States Army Military Intelligence as a language specialist, and transferred from the Japanese American internment camp at Manzanar and into India, Sri Lanka, and Burma because of his ability to translate Japanese.

Labor movement
Honolulu Challenger

The Honolulu Challenger is a professional tennis tournament played on outdoor hard courts. It is currently part of the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) Challenger Tour. It is held annually in Honolulu, Hawaii, since 2010.

ATP Challenger Tour Hard court tennis tournaments Honolulu Challenger Tennis tournaments in the United States
2010 Honolulu Challenger

The 2010 Honolulu Challenger was a professional tennis tournament played on outdoor hard courts. It was part of the 2010 ATP Challenger Tour. It took place in Honolulu, Hawaii between 25 and 31 January 2010.

2010 ATP Challenger Tour Honolulu Challenger Tennis tournaments in the United States
2010 Honolulu Challenger – Singles

Hawaii Youth Opera Chorus

The Hawaiʻi Youth Opera Chorus (HYOC) is Hawaiʻi's premier children's choir. It is currently under the direction of Nola A. Nāhulu as well as several assistant directors, accompanists, and various other instructors. It is currently housed at the University of Hawaiʻi (Mānoa) music department, although previously it was housed at Kawaiahaʻo Church.

Choirs of children American choirs Musical groups established in 1961
Honolulu Volcanic Series

The Honolulu volcanic series is a set of monogenetic volcanic events on the Hawaiian island of Oahu. The events, which have been dated to between 800,000 and 30,000 years before the present, created several notable island features, including Diamond Head, the Punchbowl Crater, and Hanauma Bay. The composition of this volcanic outflow is significantly different from that of the older eruptions that created most of the island.

Volcanism of Hawaii
Kyoto Gardens of Honolulu Memorial Park

The Kyoto Gardens of Honolulu Memorial Park is a cemetery located in the eastern half of the Honolulu Memorial Park, 22 Craigside Place, Honolulu, Hawaii. Its three-tiered Sanju Pagoda, the Kinkaku-ji Temple, and Mirror Gardens are fine examples of Japanese traditional-style structures and gardens built outside of Japan. The gardens were listed in the National Register of Historic Places as site 04000020 on February 11, 2004.

Cemeteries in Hawaii Japanese gardens Visitor attractions in Honolulu, Hawaii Buildings and structures in Honolulu, Hawaii Cemeteries on the National Register of Historic Places in Hawaii
Saint Patrick Catholic Church, Honolulu

Saint Patrick Catholic Church, Honolulu is a parish in the Kaimuki district, in the East Honolulu Vicariate of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Honolulu, Hawaii. The church was consecrated under the title of St. Patrick, Bishop of Armagh. Its Romanesque architecture, as well as its fine ecclesiastical appointments such as stained glass windows and pipe organ, are attractive to prospective couples seeking nuptial rites.

Places of worship in Honolulu, Hawaii Hawaiian architecture Roman Catholic churches in Hawaii Roman Catholic Diocese of Honolulu
First Unitarian Church of Honolulu

The First Unitarian Church of Honolulu is the only Hawaii-based congregation within the Unitarian Universalist Association. It is located at 2500 Pali Highway in the Nu'uanu Valley. The congregation was founded in 1952 as a lay fellowship.

Places of worship in Honolulu County, Hawaii Unitarian Universalist churches in Hawaii
Charlie Chan in Honolulu

Charlie Chan in Honolulu is a 1938 American film directed by H. Bruce Humberstone, starring Sidney Toler as the fictional Chinese-American detective Charlie Chan. The film is the first appearance of both Toller as Chan and Victor Sen Yung as "number two son."

American films 1938 films Black-and-white films Films set in Hawaii Charlie Chan films English-language films
List of tallest buildings in Honolulu

Honolulu, Hawaii is a U.S. city that currently contains over 470 high-rises. This is the fourth-largest amount for any U.S. city after New York City, Chicago, and Los Angeles. The first high rise that exceeded 350ft, was the Ala Moana Hotel built in 1970. The next high rise was Yacht Harbor Towers followed by the Hawaii Monarch Hotel and the Discovery Bay Center. This was the beginning of the construction boom in the city. At the same time business and finance also boomed.

Lists of tallest buildings in the United States by city Buildings and structures in Honolulu, Hawaii Hawaii-related lists
2011 Honolulu Challenger

The 2011 Honolulu Challenger was a professional tennis tournament played on hard courts. It was the second edition of the tournament which is part of the 2011 ATP Challenger Tour. It took place in Honolulu, United States between 24 and 30 January 2011.

2011 ATP Challenger Tour Hard court tennis tournaments Honolulu Challenger Tennis tournaments in the United States
Arts District (Honolulu)

The Arts District is a neighborhood in Honolulu located west of downtown Honolulu's Hawaii Capital Historic District and on the eastern edge of Chinatown. It spans just over 12 blocks, bounded by Bethel and Smith Streets and Nimitz Highway and Beretania Street. It is home to cultural institutions, performing arts venues (including the historic Hawaii Theatre), galleries, and arts events. The Merchant Street Historic District is just to the south.

Neighborhoods in Honolulu, Hawaii
Honolulu Control Facility

Honolulu Control Facility (HCF) is an air traffic control facility located in Honolulu, Hawaii, United States operated by the Federal Aviation Administration. This facility includes the Honolulu International Airport control tower and the Honolulu Center Radar Approach Control (CERAP), itself a combined TRACON-area control center unit covering the Pacific Ocean surrounding the Hawaiian islands.

Air traffic control centers
2010 Honolulu Challenger – Doubles

Honolulu mayoral election, 2012

The 2012 Honolulu mayoral election will be held on Tuesday, November 6, 2012. The election will coincide with other Hawaii state and national elections, including the U.S. presidential election, the U.S. Senate election and the U.S. House elections. The position of Office is nonpartisan. Incumbent Honolulu Mayor Peter Carlisle is seeking re-election for his first four year term. Carlisle won the 2010 special mayoral election to fill the remainder of former Mayor Mufi Hannemann's unexpired term.

Honolulu, Hawaii mayoral elections United States mayoral elections, 2012 Hawaii elections, 2012
Saint Philomena Catholic Church in Honolulu

Honolulu Printmakers

Honolulu Printmakers is a non-profit organization of Honolulu-based printmaking artists that operates a printing studio open to the community. It conducts public exhibitions, lectures, demonstration, workshops, and an outreach program in local intermediate and high schools. The organization holds an annual juried print exhibition. The Honolulu Printmakers was established in 1928 by Charles W. Bartlett, John Melville Kelly, Huc-Mazelet Luquiens and Alexander Samuel MacLeod.

Arts organizations based in the United States Hawaii artists American printmakers
Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Honolulu

Sexual abuse scandal in the Catholic diocese of Honolulu

The sexual abuse scandal in Honolulu diocese is a significant chapter in the series of Catholic sex abuse cases in the United States and Ireland.

Roman Catholic Church sex abuse scandal in the United States Child sexual abuse in religious groups
Honolulu Sailor's Home

The Honolulu Sailor's Home is non-profit lodge for international merchant seamen. The home was incorporated in May 1855 with a lot obtained by a grant from the Kingdom of Hawaii.

Buildings and structures in Honolulu, Hawaii
Saint Pius X Catholic Church in Honolulu

Wings Over Honolulu

Wings Over Honolulu is a 1937 film directed by H. C. Potter. The cinematographer Joseph A. Valentine earned a nomination for the Academy Award for Best Cinematography for his work on this military romance, with Wendy Barrie as a young woman who finds it difficult to adjust to the life of a Naval aviator's wife.

1937 films American films Aviation films Films directed by H. C. Potter Universal Pictures films
Honolulu Star Advertiser

Honolulu District

Saint John the Baptist Catholic Church (Honolulu. Hawaii)

Saint John the Baptist Catholic Church in Honolulu is a parish of the Roman Catholic Church of Hawaii in the United States. It falls under the jurisdiction of the Diocese of Honolulu and its bishop. It was named after John the Baptist, cousin of Jesus and is staffed by diocesan priests and the Dominican Sisters.

Roman Catholic Diocese of Honolulu
Hank Hughes

Henry Thomas "Honolulu" Hughes, Jr. (May 4, 1907 – December 27, 1963) was an American football running back in the National Football League for the Boston Braves. He played college football at Oregon State University.

Boston Braves (NFL) players American football running backs 1907 births Oregon State Beavers football players People from Honolulu, Hawaii 1963 deaths Hawaiian players of American football
United States Immigration Office (Honolulu, Hawaii)

The U.S. Immigration Office in Honolulu, Hawaii was constructed in 1934, on a design by C.W. Dickey and Herbert C. Clayton. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1973. Dickey was raised on Maui and became the acknowledged master of what became known as the "territorial style" of Hawaiian architecture. He had earlier designed the Alexander & Baldwin Building in downtown Honolulu, but felt that the somewhat similar design of the Immigration building "summed up his work.

Government buildings completed in 1934 Hawaiian architecture Buildings and structures in Honolulu, Hawaii Government buildings on the National Register of Historic Places in Hawaii
2012 Honolulu Challenger

The 2012 Honolulu Challenger was a professional tennis tournament played on hard courts. It was the third edition of the tournament which will be part of the 2012 ATP Challenger Tour. It took place in Honolulu, United States between 23 and 29 January 2011.

2012 ATP Challenger Tour Honolulu Challenger 2012 in Hawaii 2012 in American sports
Temple Emanu-El (Honolulu, Hawaii)

Temple Emanu-El is a Reform Jewish congregation in Honolulu that was established in 1938, and joined the Union of American Hebrew Congregations in 1952. The synagogue building at 2550 Pali HighwayCoordinates: 21°19′50″N 157°50′40″W / 21.33056°N 157.84444°W / 21.33056; -157.84444 was consecrated in 1960 under the spiritual leadership of Rabbi Roy A. Rosenberg. The architect was Edward Sullam, and the builder was T. Takahashi.

Places of worship in Honolulu, Hawaii Synagogues in Hawaii Reform synagogues in the United States
List of missions of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

These are the names of the missions of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church). The geographical area they actually cover is often much larger than the name may indicate; most areas of the world are within the jurisdiction of a mission of the church.

Organizational subdivisions of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Mormon missionaries
Media in Honolulu, Hawaii

[edit] Newspapers Honolulu is served by one daily newspaper, the Honolulu Star-Advertiser. The newspaper began publication on June 7, 2010, following the merger of the city's two daily newspapers, the Honolulu Advertiser and the Honolulu Star-Bulletin. Prior to the merger, Honolulu had been one of the few cities of its size in the U.S. to have more than one daily newspaper. There is also "MidWeek", a weekly newspaper which is published every Wednesday by O'ahu Publications Inc.

Hawaii media
Honolulu Strangler

The Honolulu Strangler also known as the Serial Killer was Hawaii’s first known serial killer and responsible for the death of five women in Honolulu in 1985 and 1986. The killer has not been caught.

American rapists Murder in Hawaii Unsolved murders in the United States Unidentified serial killers 1985 murders in the United States American serial killers
2011 Honolulu Challenger – Singles

Saint Stephen Catholic Church in Honolulu

Honolulu Waldorf School

Honolulu Waldorf School, established in 1961, is a coeducational, independent school serving more than 300 children from early childhood through high school located on the island of Oahu in the State of Hawaii. The original Nursery through Grade 8 school, founded in 1961, is on a beautiful monkey pod tree-shaded campus in Honolulu’s Niu Valley21°16.769′N 157°47.243′W / 21.279483°N 157.787383°W / 21.279483; -157.787383.

Private elementary schools in Hawaii Private middle schools in Hawaii Waldorf schools Schools in Honolulu County, Hawaii Private high schools in Hawaii
Honolulu Pegasus

The Honolulu Pegasus were a basketball team in the American Basketball Association that began play in 2009-10. The Cypress Pegasus began existence as the Honolulu Pegasus, who played in 2009-10 season.

Sports in Honolulu, Hawaii American Basketball Association (2000–present) teams
Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Church in Honolulu

Our Lady of the Mount Catholic Church in Honolulu

Our Lady of the Mount Catholic Church in Honolulu is a parish of the Roman Catholic Church of Hawaii in the United States. It falls under the jurisdiction of the Diocese of Honolulu and its bishop. Located in the Kalihi Valley neighborhood community, it once served the immigrant Portuguese pineapple and sugarcane plantation laborers of the early 1900s. They dedicated their church to Nossa Sanhora do Monte or Our Lady of the Mount, in honor of the Blessed Virgin Mary.

Roman Catholic Diocese of Honolulu
Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Church (Honolulu)

Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Church is a Roman Catholic church in Honolulu, Hawai'i. The church belongs to the East Honolulu vicariate of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Honolulu, and serves the Ala Moana, Ala Wai, Kapiolani, Kewalo, and McCully districts of the city. The church is named after Saints Peter and Paul, who were important figures in the early Christian Church.

Roman Catholic Diocese of Honolulu
Honolulu Military Academy

The Honolulu Military Academy was founded by its president, Col. L. G. Blackman, in 1911. It was controlled by a board of 10 trustees of which the president was a member and presiding officer ex officio. It had no endowment, but owned a fine piece of property consisting of about 100 acres (0.40 km) of ground and six buildings, and was valued at $200,000. It was located at Kaimuki near Waialae Bay, a mile from the end of the Waialae street-car line.

Private elementary schools in Hawaii Private middle schools in Hawaii Education in Honolulu, Hawaii Private high schools in Hawaii Military high schools in the United States Educational institutions established in 1911
City and County of Honolulu Liquor Commission

The Liquor Commission is a City and County of Honolulu agency which regulates and enforces state, county and local laws regarding the manufacture, importation, sale and consumption of intoxicating liquors.

Local government in Hawaii State alcohol agencies of the United States
2011 Honolulu Challenger – Doubles

Central Baptist Church (Honolulu, HI)

Central Baptist Church (Honolulu, HI) is a Southern Baptist Church in the Makiki neighborhood in the city of Honolulu.

Places of worship in Honolulu, Hawaii Baptist churches in Hawaii
2011 Honolulu Challenger – Doubles

Kevin Anderson and Ryler DeHeart were the defending champions but decided not to participate. Ryan Harrison and Travis Rettenmaier won the final against Robert Kendrick and Alex Kuznetsov who withdrew before the match.

2011 ATP Challenger Tour Honolulu Challenger
2012 Honolulu Challenger – Singles

Ryan Harrison, the defending champion, is not to participating. Go Soeda won the title, defeating Robby Ginepri in the final 6–3, 7–6.

2012 ATP Challenger Tour Honolulu Challenger
Honolulu Painter

The Honolulu Painter painted designs on ancient Greek pottery in the Greek city-state of Corinth during the sixth century BCE. Since he did not sign his work, his true name is unknown. Based upon stylistic considerations, University of California at Berkeley archeology professor Darrell Arlynn Amyx (1911–1997) recognized several pieces of ancient pottery dispersed in museums around the world as having been painted by the same hand.

Anonymous artists of antiquity Ancient Greek vase painters Ancient Corinthians 6th-century BC deaths
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Honolulu Stake Tabernacle

The Honolulu Stake Tabernacle formerly known as the Oahu Stake Tabernacle currently functions as a meetinghouse for congregants of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in Honolulu, Hawaii. Its location at 1560 S. Beretania was selected and purchased by the church in 1935 for $24,000. The design was completed by Harold W. Burton who received inspiration for its design by temporarily living in a shack on the plot.

20th-century Latter Day Saint church buildings Religious buildings completed in 1941 Buildings and structures in Honolulu, Hawaii Tabernacles of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Honolulu Tudor–French Norman Cottages

Honolulu Tudor--French Norman Cottages Thematic Group is a thematic resource or multiple property submission that describe fifteen Tudor or French Norman houses in Honolulu, Hawaiʻi. All these houses were listed on the National Register of Historic Places on June 5, 1987.

History of Oahu Mediterranean Revival style architecture Hawaiian architecture Houses on the National Register of Historic Places in Hawaii Tudor Revival architecture in the United States Spanish Colonial Revival architecture in the United States Houses in Honolulu County, Hawaii
USS Honolulu (SSN-718) 1

USS Honolulu (ID-1843) 1

USS Honolulu (CL-48) 1

USS Huron (ID-1408) SS City of Honolulu 1

USS Honolulu (ID-1843)

The first USS Honolulu (ID-1843) was a cargo ship that served in the United States Navy probably from 1918 to 1919. Honolulu was built as SS Itasca by Armstrong Whitworth Ltd. , Newcastle upon Tyne, England, in 1905. She was taken over by the United States for World War I on 12 June 1917, transferred to United States Shipping Board ownership and assigned to United States Army service. Although she operated as a U.S. cargo transport with a U.S. Navy crew, there is no record of her commissioning.

Tyne-built ships Unique cargo ships of the United States Navy World War I cargo ships of the United States United States Navy Hawaii-related ships 1905 ships
USS Honolulu

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Live in Honolulu

Live in Honolulu is a live recording of a Janis Joplin concert with her Full Tilt Boogie Band on Honolulu. Joplin is in great form at this concert as she loves the rowdy crowd and there is no security.

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2010 Honolulu Challenger – Singles

Michael Russell won in the final 6–0, 6–3 against Grega Žemlja.

2010 ATP Challenger Tour Honolulu Challenger
2010 Honolulu Challenger – Doubles

Kevin Anderson and Ryler DeHeart won in the final 3–6, 7–6(2), [15–13 15–13] against Im Kyu-tae and Martin Slanar.

2010 ATP Challenger Tour Honolulu Challenger
2011 Honolulu Challenger – Singles

Michael Russell was the defending champion, but lost to Ryan Harrison in the semifinals. Harrison went on to win the title after defeating Alex Kuznetsov 6–4, 3–6, 6–4 in the final.

2011 ATP Challenger Tour Honolulu Challenger
2012 Honolulu Challenger – Doubles

Ryan Harrison and Travis Rettenmaier were the defending champions but Harrison decided not to participate. Rettenmaier plays alongside Amer Delić and successfully defended his title defeating Nicholas Monroe and Jack Sock in the final 6–4, 7–6.

2012 ATP Challenger Tour Honolulu Challenger
YWCA Building (Honolulu, Hawaii)

The YWCA Building at 1040 Richards Street, Honolulu, Hawaii, popularly called the Richards Street Y, is now officially named Laniākea, which means 'open skies' or 'wide horizons' in the Hawaiian language. It was designed by San Francisco architect Julia Morgan, who considered it one of her favorites. It opened its doors in 1927 and was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1978 as a contributing property within the Hawaii Capital Historic District.

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