August 2013: Table of Contents
The Pig and the Lady’s pho-French-dip banh mi. See the full “100 Best
Dishes and Drinks” feature for details.
Photo: Steve Czerniak
A Man, A Plan, An Island: Lanai
Tech billionaire Larry Ellison has set out to transform the Pineapple Isle into a “laboratory of sustainability.” How does Lanai feel about that?
by david thompson
Reach for the Sky
Once UH students fling their Hiaka satellite into space, this place might never again be the same. Also, a look into the possibility of space tourism in Hawaii.
by james cave and treena shapiro
Annual All-Island Restaurant Guide
Our annual insert celebrates all the delicious dining options Hawaii offers. Check out “The 100 Best Dishes and Drinks in Hawaii” for a roundup of food and dining editor Martha Cheng’s favorite must-try dishes across the state. Get caught up with the local cocktail scene as we profile Honolulu’s up-and-coming gourmet bartenders. If you’re gluten-sensitive, vegetarian or vegan, you’ll want to check out writer Lesa Griffith’s guide to which restaurants accommodate special requests. And, finally, why restaurant tipping should be abolished.
The Pacific Ink & Art Expo
Reasons to get out and go in August
R.I.P.: the Mad Men koa bar
A rare surf book, remade
The local barbershop quartet scene
Hawaii’s wackiest races
Field Guide: Waikiki’s catamarans
Menwear line Salvage Public
Summer jewelry goes colorful
A Q&A with designer Corie Lyn Beer
A Matt Bruening/Sig Zane collab
by stacey makiya and brie thalmann
From Our Files
HONOLULU Magazine and Paradise of the Pacific—chronicling the Islands since 1888.
by a. kam napier
Editor's Page: And Then
Digging through the past, looking to the future.
by a. kam napier
Afterthoughts: Sticker Up
On parties, families and what it takes to get a magazine out.
by michael keany
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