August 2017

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Where the Wild Things Went: Tracking Hawai‘i’s Most Elusive Non-Native Animals

From alligators to wallabies, an eclectic mix of alien creatures has been reported roaming the Islands. We set out to sort fact from fiction.
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Where the Wild Things Went: Tracking Hawai‘i’s Most Elusive Non-Native Animals

From alligators to wallabies, an eclectic mix of alien creatures has been reported roaming the Islands. We set out to sort fact from fiction.

Redefining Ravish: The Modern Honolulu’s Restaurant Searches for Its Identity

A quick rebrand, sudden chef change and evolving menu suggest this latest restaurant at The Modern Honolulu still needs time to find itself.

Afterthoughts: Pizza Beach

Time to call places by their proper Hawaiian names.

Hau‘oli Lā Hānau: Celebrating Local Company Anniversaries—August Edition

Every month, we celebrate the anniversaries of local companies and organizations. This month: A revamped source of entertainment, legal aloha, slippers and malassadas.

Lea Salonga to Perform at Kristi Yamaguchi’s Golden Moment 2017

(Sponsored) Dancing With the Stars’ Carrie Ann Inaba will emcee the event, taking place Saturday, Sept. 9 and Sunday, Sept. 10.

Style Hack: Learn How to Make a Copper Shoe Rack from HGTV’s David Jaime

The perfect shelf for women, or fashion editors, out there who are in desperate need of more storage for their haute steppers.

Get Inspired by Jana Lam’s Rainbow-Hued Home Studio

Just steps from the shore in Niu Valley, the designer has created a home studio as cheery and colorful as her prints.

Field Notes: This Plantation-Era Japanese Card Game is Making a Comeback

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

Quote Unquote: Why the Hawai‘i Symphony Orchestra Needs $997K by September

Originally from London, Michael Titterton was the voice, president and general manager of Hawai‘i Public Radio from the time he moved to O‘ahu in 1999 until last year when he retired. Before HPR, he worked in a host of cities across the U.S. as a reporter, producer and engineer, and taught broadcasting. Now he’s got a new gig: president of the Hawai‘i Symphony Orchestra.

Controversial “Stairway to Heaven” Hiking Trail May Be Demolished

The 3,922-step trail has been the subject of debate for years.

Welcome Home: After Three Years at Sea, the Hōkūle‘a Returns to O‘ahu

Tens of thousands of people lined the docks at Ala Moana Beach Park on June 17 to celebrate the end of its worldwide voyage.

The 7 Best Things To Do in August 2017

We’ve got the perfect way to end your summer: musical nights, gardening, sake tasting and more.

Editor’s Page: Family Matters

The bonds that tie us together.
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