February 2011

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Photo Essay: Machine Age

The Day the Honolulu Symphony Died

We had a front-row seat at the implosion of the 110-year-old Honolulu Symphony. Here's how it all went down.

Best Dentists in Hawaii 2011

HONOLULU Magazine helps you find the dentist you need, whether it's for a routine check-up or more specialized work, by presenting this list of 195 of the best dentists in the Islands.

Malice in the Palace: The Hawaii Crown Jewel Robbery

Did the Hawaii Guard steal gems, fence them and even swap them for opium? Read on for the sordid tale.
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CD Reviews: Sabrina and A Tribute to Na Lani Eha

Music reviews of Sabrina and A Tribute to Na Lani Eha.

Field Guide: Antique Stores

Local antique stores are treasure troves of one-of-a-kind finds with a story to tell.

Hawaii Chocolate Classes

Make your own, or buy it locally grown. The future is bright for Hawaii chocolate.

Plant a Wish Project

A Maui couple is traveling across the U.S., planting trees as they go.

Doulas in Hawaii

They’re not doctors or midwifes, but doulas can make births easier.

Vintage Aloha Shirts

A new collection of vintage aloha shirts comes tagged with stories and memories.

In Our March Issue

Promotion: The Hawaii Chocolate Festival

Valentine's Day Guide For Guys

From Our Files

February archives

Editor's Page: Factories and Symphonies

Behind the scenes of art and industry in Honolulu.

Afterthoughts: The Military State

Ever wondered how a military family feels about Hawaii?

Things to Do in February in Hawaii

Scavenge through Chinatown, see the Oscars before anyone else and pamper your pet this fine February.

Thanh Lam's New Plan

The man who launched Ba-Le in Hawaii has a new bakery—and a new café coming to a location near you.
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