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Food: Buying in Bulk

2007.04.01 12:00 AM

Scrap Yard: What is marriage for?

In February, the state Legislature once again killed proposed bills that would have given civil union partners the same rights and responsibilities as married couples. We decided to take a step back and ask a more basic question. What is marriage for?
2007.04.01 12:00 AM

Sports: Tiny Mights

Two sisters defy expectations in the world of martial arts.
2007.04.01 12:00 AM

Music Review

Ka Hikina o ka Hau, Keola Beamer, (Dancing Cat Records)
2007.04.01 12:00 AM

Your Guide to Honolulu’s Dillingham/Kapalama Neighborhood

The neighborhood sidling up to the Kapalama Canal looks rather industrial, but don’t let that scare you off.
2007.04.01 12:00 AM

Designing Solutions

From toilet brushes to saving lives, good design speaks to who we are.
2007.04.01 12:00 AM

From Our Files

April
2007.04.01 12:00 AM

Best of Honolulu 2007

It’s that time of year again. We’ve scoured the island, grilled the experts and enlisted your help to bring you the best “Best of Honolulu“ ever.
2007.03.01 04:00 AM

Another Way Home

2007.03.01 12:00 AM

Scrap Yard: The Akaka Bill

This legislative session, Sen. Daniel Akaka has once again introduced the Native Hawaiian Government Reorganization Act, first proposed in 2000, which would grant Hawaiians the same federal recognition enjoyed by Native American tribes. In our first monthly Scrap Yard, we sought out two opposing viewpoints on the Akaka Bill.
2007.03.01 12:00 AM

A Great Day Out

Photographer Sergio Goes took his camera around O‘ahu and found people and places that remind us all why we love living in Hawai‘i.
2007.03.01 12:00 AM

Diplomacy: Meet Your New Sister

Congratulations! It’s a Rabat.
2007.03.01 12:00 AM