February 2013

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Best Dentists In Hawaii 2013

HONOLULU Magazine helps you find the dentist you need, whether it’s for a routine checkup or more specialized work, with this list of 237 top dentists in the Islands. They come highly recommended, by other dentists, who know their work best.

Parking in Honolulu

Workplace Secrets in Honolulu

There’s the job description you put on your resume ... and then there’s the work you really do. We spoke to people in a wide range of professions—teacher, waxer, gravedigger—to find out the nitty-gritty details of what they do at work, and why.

After Inouye: Hawaii's most powerful representative is gone. What happens now?

Predictions of fiscal doom abound in the wake of Sen. Daniel K. Inouye’s death, but how realistic are they? What should Hawaii’s newest senators do to start regaining the stature held by Inouye and the recently retired Sen. Dan Akaka?

Remembering Dan Inouye: Gov. Neil Abercrombie Pays Tribute

Gov. Neil Abercrombie shares his first impressions of the late senator, why Inouye was so effective in office and how he’ll always cherish a congratulatory phone call.
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Kalakaua's Famous Last Words?

We thought we knew Kalakaua’s deathbed words. We were wrong.

Best Dentists In Hawaii 2013

HONOLULU Magazine helps you find the dentist you need, whether it’s for a routine checkup or more specialized work, with this list of 237 top dentists in the Islands. They come highly recommended, by other dentists, who know their work best.

Afterthoughts: What would you want your final words to be?

One Last Thing

From Our Files: Architecture

Unsolicited Advice: Kamaaina Tours

Wouldn’t it be great if there were kamaaina versions of the tours themselves?

Geometry-inspired accessories

Intersecting lines of edgy, geometry-inspired pieces.

Books about the origins of Hawaii

Looking Back: Four new book releases examine earlier times in Hawaii, including the origins of the Islands themselves.

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Friday Night at the Races

Field notes explores Honolulu’s vibrant and varied scenes and subcultures. This month: Hawaii Yacht Club’s Beer Can Races

Workplace Secrets in Honolulu

There’s the job description you put on your resume ... and then there’s the work you really do. We spoke to people in a wide range of professions—teacher, waxer, gravedigger—to find out the nitty-gritty details of what they do at work, and why.

Environment: Weed Wars

In the fight against invasive plants, conservationists are bringing out the small guns.

After Inouye: Hawaii's most powerful representative is gone. What happens now?

Predictions of fiscal doom abound in the wake of Sen. Daniel K. Inouye’s death, but how realistic are they? What should Hawaii’s newest senators do to start regaining the stature held by Inouye and the recently retired Sen. Dan Akaka?

Serpentine Accessories for the Year of the Snake

Accessory Report: Built to Scale

The new bronze statue of William Joseph Chaminade

Heavy Metal

City Knickers: Lingerie by local designers

Lovely lace and silky satin lingerie.

Remembering Dan Inouye: Gov. Neil Abercrombie Pays Tribute

Gov. Neil Abercrombie shares his first impressions of the late senator, why Inouye was so effective in office and how he’ll always cherish a congratulatory phone call.

Designer Q&A: Kahana Kalama of Aloha Sunday Supply Co.

Aloha Sunday Supply's contemporary surf apparel

Vintage Cave: The Chef and the Blank-Check Restaurant

Can a “crazy” chef artist—and his Medici-like wealthy sponsor—put fine dining in Hawaii back on the map?

Editors Page: On Inouye’s Passing

Hawaii loses more than just its senior senator.

Things to do in February

This month is devoted to the arts: Taiko drumming, a stand-up comedian, African textiles, a French opera and a film festival honoring Black History Month.

Sports: Stars Align

Hawai‘i gets set to host the annual NFL Pro Bowl.
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