Hawaii Business Magazine - November 2021 November 2, 2021 Tianna Morimoto FacebookPinterestTwitterLinkedin Inside the Vault at ‘Ulu‘ulu ArchivesPreserving a century of moving images from the Islands. Horses are Healers at this Kaua‘i NonprofitHealing Horses Kauai uses riding therapy to improve their patients’ physical, cognitive and emotional health. Sport of Climbing Continues to Rise in Hawai‘iClimbing has gained popularity in Hawai‘i and around the world in recent years, culminating in the sport’s debut at the delayed 2020 Tokyo Olympics. Kukulu Hale Awards 2021Recognizing excellence in Hawaiʻi's commercial real estate industry with NAIOP Hawaii's 24th annual Kukulu Hale Awards. My Job: I Show People the Beauty of the Nāpali CoastThis career requires knowledge of the geology, birds and fish that passengers will see during the tour. Planning for a Bright, Secure FutureThese two organizations are working to help communities and build a better Hawaiʻi. The Night Rail First Died and What's NextHawaii Business Magazine’s editor talks about the Honolulu City Council vote that changed the fate of the previous attempt to build rail. Thinking About Death Should be Part of Your LifeWe interviewed people who help individuals and their families cope with death and celebrate the lives of those who have passed. Past Attempts to Build a Rail on OʻahuHonolulu has talked about building a rail system since 1967. How Rail Got to $12.45 Billion and 11 Years LateWe sorted through more than a decade of cost overruns, audits and reports to explain how the price soared and why completion fell behind schedule. How Honolulu's Rail Compares to Other Federally Funded ProjectsIt’s common for rail projects to have cost overruns, but few are as large as Honolulu's. The Three Largest Rail ContractsWe looked through the project's publicly available documents to identify the biggest contracts and how much they cost. A Look at the Rail's Increasing Price Tag and Pushed Back Completion DatesWe tracked some of the project's major milestones, including cost increases, funding deficits, lawsuits and voter input. Honolulu Rail Columns Tell StoriesEngraved columns depict legends and unique elements of each station area. Hawai‘i’s Most Charitable Companies 2021These 51 companies made a difference in 2020. Altogether, they donated more than $91 million and 125,000 volunteer hours. Here’s How Generational Differences Play a Role in Family Business SuccessionA new survey found that the retiring and upcoming leadership differ in terms of perspective, approach and attitude toward the succession process and commitment to that process. Local Funerals Smaller, Delayed or Virtual During Covid-19Pandemic restrictions only allow small gatherings, so families and funeral homes have had to get creative so people can say goodbye to loved ones.