August 2007

Departments

Cheap Eats

Hungry for good values, we combed through the Islands in pursuit of delicious meals for $20 or less. We lunched, we brunched, we wined, we dined. And we found you can eat well, accompanied only by a minted portrait of Andrew Jackson. The secret is not just knowing where to go, but what to order. So grab your wallet, and follow us.

Field of Creams

Benign Beauty

August

Ballots for Buildings

Baby, It’s You

Innovative baby products to go gaga over.

North Manoa Valley

We found centuries of history tucked in Manoa Valley.

The Dish on Neighbor Islands

For people who love dining out, juicy food gossip is almost as satisfying as the stuff you read in supermarket tabloids.

Along Beretania

A fascinating road lives in the shadow of King Street.

On the Tube

A roundup of Honolulu’s most entertaining YouTube videos.

In-Your-Face Theater

Hawaii’s Shakespearean innovators take their show downtown.

Letters

August

The Big Question

With the start of the Rainbow Wahine volleyball season, all fans want to know is: Who will replace Kamanao?

7 Reasons to Get Out

August

Israel Kamakawiwoole's Wonderful World

Wonderful World, Israel Kamakawiwoole, (Mountain Apple Co.)

Thirty Years at the Table

A 30-year memoir of Honolulu restaurants, served in five courses.

Native Roots

After one of Hawaii’s most devastating forest fires, Maui’s Kula Forest Reserve gets a second life.

From Our Files

August archives

Gawk This Way

Every time a honu is ashore, humans gather to watch. What would happen if they turned the tables?