April 2005

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Features

Kailua Magazine 2005

Playing House

Real Estate: Equity Comes Home

Rising home prices may be bad news for prospective homebuyers, but it’s good news for homeowners scrambling to cash in on their newly valuable homes.

Real Estate: Get The Most Out Of Your Investment

Real Estate: Market Watch

They say you gotta know when to hold ‘em. In this housing market, that time is now.

Fiction Contest: Duct-Taped in Hilo

Presenting the grand prize- winning story from the 22nd Annual Honolulu Magazine Starbucks Coffee Hawaii Fiction Contest.

The Crime That Changed the Islands

Race, sex, murder and politics— the Massie Case had everything, including the ability to strip bare the real issues in Territorial Hawaii.
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Departments

Dining: Burning

Just how much Mexican food can one writer enjoy in a week?

Our Town: Down Under Up Top

Visiting the Australian Consulate in Honolulu

Travel: Big City Pleasures in Canada

Vancouver, British Columbia

Real Estate: Sell or Rent?

To Sell or to Rent Out? That is the Question.

Letters

April 2005

Evacuating Waikiki

In case of tsunami, the best way out might be up.

Growing a Bright Future

A family’s long journey to an Oahu farm.

Recommended

April 2005

Portrait of Kailua

A new pictorial book highlights Windward and East Oahu.

The Life of a Legend

A local documentary reveals the story of Eddie Aikau.

The Perfect Suit

Your body isn’t off the rack, why should your clothes be?

From Our Files

April 2005

Afterthoughts: We Don’t Need No Stinkin’ Visions

Some people are asking when Mayor Mufi Hannemann will develop a vision for Honolulu. Don’t we have our own dreams?

Editor's Page: Missing Vince

It’s odd when a story on home maintenance makes you mourn.
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