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February 2012: Table of Contents



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Features

Walking Queen Street

It’s easy to overlook Queen Street. It’s a simple back street, just 1.4 miles long, and unless you have specific business on Queen Street, it might be a stranger to you. But it’s worth getting to know.

by martha cheng and david thompson 

 

The First Hawaiians      

The Hawaiian Islands were already teeming with life when the first Polynesian settlers arrived. Here are some of the plants they might have seen.

by lavonne leong

 

Best Dentists     

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 214 of the best dentists in the Islands.

 

Departments

Editor’s Page: Goodbye, John

HONOLULU Magazine loses a legend.

by a. kam napier

 

Feedback

Our readers respond.

 

Calabash

Department store piano player     

Get out and go

Environment: Nihoa Millerbirds   

Sushi robots invade

Arts: Pow Wow   

Field Guide: Honolulu’s consulates      

 

HONOLULU Shops

A profile on baby boutique Leloa, garden accessories, Kaypee Soh dinnerware and more.

by stacey makiya and brie thalmann

 

Dining: King of Chinatown

How Dave Stewart saved Chinatown with booze.

by john heckathorn   

 

Afterthoughts: Remembering John

Honolulu will not be the same without Heckathorn.

by michael keany  

 

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