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February 2017: Table of Contents



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HONOLULU Magazine Feb 2017 Cover
On the cover: Chinatown bursts with culture and great food. Here, dumplings at Fook Lam Restaurant.
Photo: Steve Czerniak

The Insiders’ Guide to Chinatown

Chinatown is one of Honolulu’s most interesting neighborhoods, packed with delicious treats, cheap produce, hidden deals and compelling characters—we’ll show you how to find them all. We also dig into a couple of the more serious perennial issues, including homelessness and crime, that are still holding Chinatown back.

by don wallace and the honolulu magazine team

 

Air Apparent

Drones have become part of our everyday lives. Here’s how this hovering technology is affecting businesses, the environment and the local community.

by tiffany hill

 

Tooth and Nail

Why has Hawai‘i fought fluoridation, despite the state’s dismal dental decay?

by james charisma

 

Best Dentists

HONOLULU Magazine helps you find the dentist you need, whether it’s for a routine checkup or more specialized work, with this list of the best dentists in the Islands, as recommended by other dentists.

 

Calabash

Awesome Blossom

Hawaiian flower foraging.

BY HONOLULU MAGAZINE STAFF 

 

February Picks

Love is in the air this month, with Michael Bolton, Journey, free dogs, a magic show and more.

BY KATRINA VALCOURT 

 

A new tool lending library

Between Re-use Hawai‘i’s ample selection of salvaged building materials and Honolulu Tool Library’s inventory, O‘ahu can boast a one-stop D.I.Y. sustainability center.

By Don Wallace

 

Da Meter

Gauging what’s hot and what’s not in Honolulu.

BY HONOLULU MAGAZINE STAFF 

 

Finding Kukan

How one female Chinese-American filmmaker inspired another, decades later.

BY KATRINA VALCOURT 

 

Art at Artizen

A new exhibit aims to bring more people, and money, to the Hawai‘i State Art Museum.

By katrina valcourt

 

Quote Unquote: Carnival Time

Since he was 12, Scott Fernandez has worked at E.K. Fernandez, Hawai‘i’s only nationally recognized circus, which Scott’s grandfather (Edwin Kane) built more than 113 years ago. Today, Fernandez runs the show as president/CEO with the same spirit and showmanship—from state fairs to Fun Factories. This month, Punahou Carnival is Feb. 3-4 and Mililani High, Feb. 17-19.

Interview BY James Charisma

 

Field Notes: Speed Dating

Field Note explores Honolulu’s vast and varied scenes and subcultures. This month: HISpeedating.

By Enjy El-Kadi

 

Style

Girls Meets World

Spring looks from Chanel and more, plus an interview with model Keke Lindgard.

BY STACEY MAKIYA AND BRIE THALMANN

 

‘Ono: Food and Dining

Going for Gold

We take a look at local beekeepers reaping a sweet harvest.

by katrina valcourt

 

Opinion

EDITOR’S PAGE: Explore

Cooking up an adventure.

BY ROBBIE DINGEMAN

 

AFTERTHOUGHTS: The Long Walk

The city looks better the slower you see it.

BY MICHAEL KEANY

 

From Our Files

HONOLULU Magazine and Paradise of the Pacific—chronicling the Islands since 1888. 

BY michael keany

 

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