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April 2014: Table of Contents



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On the cover: There’s a bunch of new
developments coming to Honolulu.

Photo: Courtesy Howard Hughes Corp.

Features

Play Ball!

An insider looks back to the early days of pro baseball and the Hawaii Islanders.

Boomtown

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

The 2014 Homebuyers’ Guide

We present a guide to the top agents and brokers in real estate. Whether you’re looking to buy, sell, refinance or insure a home, this is a great place to find expert help; the professionals listed here are in the top 6 percent of their field.

 

Calabash

Merrie Monarch Festival
April Picks
The mural at eleven44
Book: The Value of Hawaii 2
Quote Unquote: Sarah Park
Field Notes: Manoa Pool

 

Style

Reptile-themed exotic skins, mosaic-inspired pieces, accessories for rainy days and an update on Jason Dow.

Ono: Food & Dining

The making of 12th Ave Grill, which is now bigger and better than ever. Plus, how sweet potatoes become shochu in Haleiwa, and the man who saved Bruno’s Forno.

 

From Our Files  

HONOLULU Magazine and Paradise of the Pacific—chronicling the Islands since 1888.

 

Columns

Editor’s Page: Where Do YOU Live?

It all depends.

Afterthoughts: Striking a Chord  

When does a rant turn into something more?

Feedback

Our readers respond.
 

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