August 2016

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A New Crop of Farmers Are Growing Fresh Local Food Through Innovative Methods

A new crop of farmers looks to grow fresh local food by trying new agricultural methods. The result? Mushrooms, goat cheese, microgreens and more.

Hidden Honolulu: Explore the Best Secrets the City Has to Offer

We delve deep into underground passages, secret societies and mysteries—including a few we pass by every day without noticing—to bring you the best secrets the city has to offer.

Chef Ed Kenney Brings Hawai‘i Food (and Culture) to a Hipster Hotel in Waikīkī

Mahina & Sun’s opens in the trendy new Surfjack Hotel.
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A New Crop of Farmers Are Growing Fresh Local Food Through Innovative Methods

A new crop of farmers looks to grow fresh local food by trying new agricultural methods. The result? Mushrooms, goat cheese, microgreens and more.

Hidden Honolulu: Explore the Best Secrets the City Has to Offer

We delve deep into underground passages, secret societies and mysteries—including a few we pass by every day without noticing—to bring you the best secrets the city has to offer.

From Our Files: Moments from Hawai‘i’s Past–August Edition

A look back at Honolulu from August 1921 to 2006. Stories taken from the archives of Paradise of the Pacific and HONOLULU Magazine.

Dive Right into Noa Noa’s Debut Summer Swimwear Collection

The local swim club has a stylish new member.

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(Sponsored) When it comes to buying or selling a home, Erin Evans will take care of all your needs.

Chef Ed Kenney Brings Hawai‘i Food (and Culture) to a Hipster Hotel in Waikīkī

Mahina & Sun’s opens in the trendy new Surfjack Hotel.

Quote Unquote: Saks in the City

After establishing a career in high-end retail companies on the West Coast, Shelley Tadaki Cramer returned home to Honolulu as Saks Fifth Avenue’s vice president and general manager, to lead the team that opens the new store in Waikīkī, with a workforce of 130. The Maryknoll grad earned a bachelor’s in finance and marketing and MBA from Gonzaga University. She and her husband have two daughters, 5 and 11.

3 Super Chic Off-the-Shoulder Tops to Beat the Heat

Local designers are giving you the right to bare arms with their versions of an undying summer trend, off-the-shoulder tops.

Field Notes: The People Who Make the Piping Hot Andagi at Hawai‘i’s Bon Dances

Field Notes explores Honolulu’s vast and varied scenes and subcultures. This month: andagi makers.

6 Breezy Sun Hats You’ll Want to Show Off

Nothing says out of the office like this season’s must-have statement accessory—the easy, oh-so-breezy straw sun hat, tricked out for summer with fresh silhouettes and playful embellishments.

Super Realistic Barack Obama Mural Addresses Race and Equality in America

A presidential mural adorns an office on Ward Avenue.

What’s New at the Reimagined International Market Place?

Join us for the new International Market Place’s grand opening.

Hawai‘i GOP: Name-Calling, Swearing and Welcoming Disgraced Democrat Rod Tam

The elephant in the room.

Philanthropy: Moloka‘i, Two Families, One Community

Presented by Hawai‘i Community Foundation: Legacy funds build future generations across Hawai‘i.

Afterthoughts: Omiyage (Trader) Joe’s

We always love what we can’t have.

The 8 Best Things To Do in August 2016

We’ve got your perfect summer playlist, a special Taco Tuesday, LGBT films and more.

Editor’s Page: Sharing Secrets

Make a difference.
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