August 2004

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Can We Make Honolulu Cool?

The city and county of Honolulu wants to change the way the city looks. Is “smart growth” the way to go?

Art, On and Off the Wall

Collectors Flock to Showcase Local Art.

Shipping Out

This Spring, 9,000 troops left Hawai‘i. Of these, 5,000 went to Afghanistan and 4,000 to Iraq. It was the largest Hawai‘i deployment since the Vietnam War.

The Silent Language of Jade

Learning the lingo leads to a new appreciation.
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Gourmet Style Introduction


Costumes, Drums, Comedy

Not every opera is an epic Germanic cycle or Italian tragedy. In fact, one opera is downright silly.

Crunk 101

Driving Maui Mad

Hookin’ Up

With Global Pau Hana, you’re never far from Hawai‘i

Maui in Your Freezer

Our Town: Yokohama Specie Bank Building

Q+A Brickwood Galuteria

Travel: Nova Scotia’s Cabot Trail

Who Loves Liliha?

Who is Mike Gabbard?

It's hard not to like Mike Gabbard, once you meet the guy. In June, the city councilman hosted a talk-story meeting at the Wai'anae Public Library. These get-togethers have been monthly rituals for Gabbard since he was elected to represent the Wai'anae-to-'Ewa district in 2002.

From Our Files

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

It Takes a Village

A Boot Camp for Foodies

You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet

Hawaii Regional Cuisine is not over. It’s only just begun.

Anything Goes, Anyone Can Go There

What’s new in wines and spirits.

Vegetarian Bon Vivants

As the baby boomers age, they demand healthier food from their favorite chefs.
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