January 2013: Table of Contents



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Features

The Power of No

To most, they're just old bones in the ground. To Paulette Kaanohi Kaleikini, the iwi kupuna are her ancestors, her history, her culture. Meet the woman who is stopping rail, getting developers to rework their projects and spending most of her time protecting the iwi.

BY TIFFANY HILL


The 2013 Hale Aina Awards

Our readers named the best restaurants in the Islands. Also, to help you navigate the wealth of great dining, we lead you through a year-long itinerary of Hale Aina eating: when to eat where.

BY MARTHA CHENG


The Sour Poi Awards

Celebrating the best of the worst of 2012-the dumb, the deranged and the indefensible.

BY MICHAEL KEANY AND A. KAM NAPIER


Departments

Editor's Page Our 125th Anniversary

After 1,500 issues, we're still going strong.

BY A. KAM NAPIER


Feedback

Our readers respond.


Calabash

Our annual Photo Contest grand prize winner

Reasons to get out and go in January

The new look at Honolulu Museum of Art

Living gluten-free in Honolulu

Q&A: Charley Memminger

Unsolicited Advice

Field Notes: Game Night


HONOLULU Shops

Cute office supplies, stylish tools, and a matching pair of Kailua boutiques: Olive and Oliver.

BY STACEY MAKIYA AND BRIE THALMANN


From Our Files

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

BY A. KAM NAPIER


Afterthoughts: Neighbors and Strangers

You can't choose them, but you have to live with them.

BY MICHAEL KEANY


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