April 2014

Features

Hawaii Construction Boom: New Developments Coming to Honolulu, North Shore, Central, West and Windward Oahu

New developments are changing the face of Honolulu—find out what’s coming.

Kaimuki's 12th Ave Grill Goes Big

The biggest little neighborhood restaurant.

Hawaii's Baseball History: The Early Days of Pro Baseball and The Hawaii Islanders

An insider looks back.

Departments

From Our Files: April

Hawaii Designer Q&A: Jason Dow

Local goldsmith and fine jeweler Jason Dow sheds some light on his stunning new Prakāśa Collection.

New Honolulu Restaurants: Dagon, Goofy Cafe & Dine, Izakaya Torae Torae

Merrie Monarch Celebrates 51st Year

It's April, and that means it’s time for the Merrie Monarch Festival, now heading into its 51st year.

Hawaiian Shochu Co.: Sweet Potato Shochu Made in Haleiwa, Hawaii

Hawaiian Shochu Co., a tiny craft distillery, turns sweet potatoes into shochu.

Fashion Trend: Mosaic Patterns

Give your wardrobe a spring break with richly colored mosaic-inspired pieces.

Hawaii Construction Boom: New Developments Coming to Honolulu, North Shore, Central, West and Windward Oahu

New developments are changing the face of Honolulu—find out what’s coming.

Field Notes: Manoa Pool

Each month Field Notes explores Honolulu’s vibrant and varied scenes and subcultures. This month: Weekday Afternoons at Manoa Pool.

New Book: 'The Value of Hawaii 2'

A new anthology grapples with the big questions.

Monster Attraction: Luxury Accessories Made From Exotic Animal Skin

Coming to a closet near you—fresh takes on spring’s blockbuster, exotic-skin trend starring Godzilla-inspired snake and croc finishes.

The Germinator: Hawaii State Epidemiologist Sarah Park

Kaimuki's 12th Ave Grill Goes Big

The biggest little neighborhood restaurant.

Hawaii's Baseball History: The Early Days of Pro Baseball and The Hawaii Islanders

An insider looks back.

Afterthoughts: Striking A Chord

When does a rant turn into something more?

What's the Real Story Behind Eleven44's 65-Year-Old Mural?

A 65-year-old artwork symbolizing the eternal struggle in life has overcome its own battles, from an early identity crisis to sledgehammer attacks.

Colorful Rainy Day Accessories To Weather Any Storm

Don't let April showers rain on your parade­—weather the storm in fun, waterproof slip-ons that come in every color of the rainbow.

Editor's Page: Where Do YOU Live?

It all depends.

8 April Entertainment Picks in Hawaii

April may be Earth Month, but we’re celebrating the ocean and outer space, too.

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