January 2011

Features

Meet the Mayor: Peter Carlisle

Meet the Mayor: Peter Carlisle

We sit down for a Q&A with new Honolulu Mayor Peter Carlisle about his plans to trim government, build rail, fix the sewers and clean up the city's clutter.

Sour Poi Awards 2011

Sour Poi Awards 2011

Celebrating the best of the worst of 2010—the strange, the stupid and the scandalous.

What Does It Take to Win a Hale Aina?

What Does It Take to Win a Hale Aina?

There are more than 5,000 eateries in the state. What does it take to stand out from the crowd and win a Hale Aina Award? Here are a few inside stories.

2011 Hale Aina Award Winners

2011 Hale Aina Award Winners

Hawaii's best restaurants were awarded with a Hale Aina Award Nov 7, 2010 at the Royal Hawaiian Hotel. Here's a full list of the winning restaurants.

Departments

Letters to the Editor: Feedback

...on legalizing pakalolo, Hawaii's Family Court of the First Judicial Circuit, and the Beatles.

Exclusives Module: In Our February Issue

In our Best Dentists issue, you’ll find 195 dentists in eight different specialties.

Exclusives Module: Hawaii Jobs Outside the Box

Looking for ways to make a little extra money? Check out these jobs, including how to be a Hawaii 5-0 extra.

Exclusives Module: What Does It Take to Win a Hale Aina?

There are more than 5,000 eateries in the state. What does it take to stand out from the crowd and win a Hale Aina Award? Here are a few inside stories.

Calabash: Fire Dancers

Most Hawaii residents are familiar with Polynesian fire knife dancing, but this group of artists is pushing fire dancing into new territory.

Calabash: In Our February Issue

In our Best Dentists issue, you’ll find 195 dentists in eight different specialties.

Calabash: Hawaii Jobs Outside the Box

Looking for ways to make a little extra money? Check out these jobs, including how to be a Hawaii 5-0 extra.

Health: Hawaii Academy Gymnastics

Get your bounce on at Hawaii Academy.

Health: Delicious Detox

It’s that time of year, when the excesses of the holidays begin to weigh on one’s waistline—or conscience—and thoughts turn to detoxification.

Around Town: Things to do in January in Hawaii 2011

Kick off the New Year by donating blood, partying in white and watching acrobats.

Do It Yourself: Unloading Holiday Clutter

As gifts pile up after the holidays, many people unload clutter in January. Here’s how to properly lighten up, without harming the environment.

Music Review: CD Reviews: Mark Yamanaka and Kumz

Music reviews of Mark Yamanaka and Kumz.

Dining: What Does It Take to Win a Hale Aina?

There are more than 5,000 eateries in the state. What does it take to stand out from the crowd and win a Hale Aina Award? Here are a few inside stories.

From Our Files

January archives

Afterthoughts: Afterthoughts: Weighty Reflections on the Digital Future

Books are wonderful. Until you have to move a whole lot of them.