Who We Are
Ke Ola (The Life) is a locally owned, bimonthly magazine for people who love Hawai‘i Island and Maui County—whether they live here full-time, part-time, or dream of being here some day soon.

It is Hawai‘i Island’s and Maui County’s only cultural and lifestyle magazines—featuring inspiring stories about the art, the food, the land, the music, the people, the spirit, and more.

Ke Ola began with its first issue on Hawai‘i Island in December 2008 with 36 pages. In 2012, Ke Ola reached 100 pages and was named the #13 fastest growing business in the Hawaiian Islands by Pacific Business News. Ke Ola Maui County began in April 2013.

Our Mission
Ke Ola supports resident writers, photographers, authors, and artists. They are at the heart of what we do, defining the many powerful voices hailing from both islands, telling stories that can have an impact on our sustainable future.

We support Hawai‘i Island and Maui County businesses by giving them an affordable, yet a high-end marketing vehicle with long-lasting circulation for promoting their products and services.

Our Readers
Our readers are people who love the Hawaiian Islands and desire a deeper connection to the culture and land.

We distribute 24,000 copies on Hawai‘i Island and 20,000 in Maui County every two months. With a growing, loyal subscriber base and availability at more than 300 island-wide locations on Hawai’i Island and more than 100 locations in Maui County, plus complimentary distribution to professional offices, concierge, and community events, we offer the most proactive distribution of any other publication on the island.


Our Address:

Hilo, Hawaii


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