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Dining: Nobu Doesn't Panic, Goes Organic

A visit with Nobu Matsuhisa, and a considerable entourage, at Waianae’s Mao Farm.
2010.04.02 02:58 PM

Act 51: Can It Save The Public Schools?

The legislature passed a bill “reinventing” the public schools. Now some of the town’s most powerful business executives are trying to make it work.
2010.03.15 08:28 PM

High School: An Inside Story

Honolulu Magazine associate editor Ronna Bolante goes to Moanalua High School for a week, to go to classes, to meet the teachers and espcially the students.
2010.03.15 05:52 PM

Kailua Magazine 2005

Kailua Magazine, April 2005
2010.03.10 03:43 PM

Playing House

Shopping for things to improve and decorate your home's kitchen, bedroom, living room, and bathroom.
2010.03.10 03:12 PM

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.
2010.03.08 09:00 PM

Real Estate: Get The Most Out Of Your Investment

The best ways to maintain your home and raise its value on the market. Maintenance is better than repairing in the long run
2010.03.08 06:58 PM

Real Estate: Market Watch

Should you sell your house now in this market, or wait? They say you gotta know when to hold ‘em. In this housing market, that time is now.
2010.03.08 06:48 PM

Fiction Contest: Duct-Taped in Hilo

Presenting the grand prize- winning story from the 22nd Annual Honolulu Magazine Starbucks Coffee Hawaii Fiction Contest.
2010.03.08 06:02 PM

The Crime That Changed the Islands

The Thalia Massie affair was one of Hawaii's most sensational and significant trials in the state's history and has forever changed Hawaii.
2010.03.08 05:28 PM

Best of Honolulu 2010

Honolulu is full of amazing stuff and we found the best of it. From sandwiches to swimming lessons, first dates to funky shoes; think of this as your key to living better and cheaper in the city.
2010.03.02 07:02 PM

Hawaii Family Court

Hawaii’s Family Court of the First Judicial Circuit is a place no one wants to go, and a place we couldn’t live without. Writer Jana Wolff gained special access to the court to shed some light on what happens inside.
2010.02.23 07:19 PM
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