Newspapers and Magazines
Honolulu's daily newspapers are The Honolulu Advertiser and the Honolulu Star-Bulletin. There are also several non-English papers serving Honolulu. Honolulu Magazine features topics and events of local interest. Among the nearly 50 periodicals published in Honolulu are Bamboo Ridge, The Hawaii Writers' Quarterly, a literary magazine;Biography, a journal acting as a forum for learned articles dealing with life-writing; Building Management Hawaii and China Review International. Business publications includeHawaii Businessand Pacific Business News.
Television and Radio
Eleven commercial television stations and one public station broadcast from Honolulu; cable service is also available. Thirty-five FM and AM radio stations broadcast in Honolulu; several offer multilingual programming.
Media Information: The Honolulu Advertiser, telephone (808)525-8090; fax (808)525-8037. Honolulu Star-Bulletin, telephone (808)529-4747; fax (808)529-4750
Chamber of Commerce of Hawaii. Available www.coc hawaii.com
City and County of Honolulu. Available www.co.honolulu.hi.us
Hawaii Department of Education. Available www.doe.k12.hi.us
Hawaii Department of Labor and Industrial Relations. Available www.hawaii.gov/labor
Hawaii Visitors and Convention Bureau. Available www.gohawaii.com
Honolulu Advertiser. Available www.honoluluadvertiser.com
Honolulu Star-Bulletin. Available www.starbulletin.com
Oahu Visitors Bureau. Available www.visit-oahu.com
Social and economic trends. Available www.Hawaii.gov/dbedt
State of Hawaii. Available www.hawaii.gov
Cowing, Sue, ed., Fire in the Sea: An Anthology of Poetry and Art(Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press in association with the Honolulu Academy of Arts, 1996)
Penisten, John, Honolulu (Minneapolis, MN: Dillon Press, 1989)
Twain, Mark, Letters from Honolulu (Honolulu: T. Nickerson,1939)
Tyau, Kathleen, A Little Too Much Is Enough (New York: Norton,1995)
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