January 2006

Features

Hale 'Aina

The 22nd Annual Hale 'Aina Awards

Sour Poi Awards 2006

On the Waterfront

Thirty-six acres of prime public lands in Kaka'ako could undergo a radical change. But not if some concerned citizens can help it

Departments

Letters to the Editor: January

Calabash: Clipping Service

Calabash: Soap Opera

With cold and flu season swirling around you, scrubbing your hands takes on a special urgency. Here are a few ways to suds up in style.

Calabash: Books: From Russia, with Aloha

The epic House of Many Gods skillfully connects an ice hut on the subarctic tundra with a lanai bulging with 'ohana.

Calabash: DVD: The Ride

Calabash: The Surfer Spirit

Calabash: History: Remember When ...

Author Rich Budnick gives us a refresher course in Hawai'i's history, whether we want to relive it or not.

Calabash: Scene: Jazz Minds Arts & CafĂ©

Calabash: Q+A: Kenneth Silva

After 24 years with the Honolulu Fire Department (HFD), Kenneth Silva takes on the role of chief. This month, following a three-month-long selection process and a review of 13 internal candidates,...

Calabash: Sports: Return of the Hula Bowl

The new owners of this January event are moving it back to O'ahu.

Calabash: Music Review

Ata Damasco, Pa'ina Hou!, Ululoa Productions

Calabash: New Year Blooms

Chinese New Year begins January 29, the day of the first new moon, and ends 15 days later.

Calabash: Our Town: Dog Day, After Noon

A taste of New York comes to the Big Pineapple.

From Our Files: January

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

Afterthoughts: Culture Crash

To really appreciate Hawai'i drivers, try navigating the streets of Paris.

Editor's Page: And, Action!

Every January, your story starts all over again.