January 2017

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The Pig & The Lady: From Farmers Market Pop-Up to the City’s Hottest Restaurant

Chef Andrew Le’s innovative cuisine has won acclaim both locally and nationally. And he’s just getting started.

Everything You Need to Know About Eating at an Izakaya

Here are a few tips to help you navigate your way through these Japanese taverns.

Local Bartenders are Raising the Bar on Old-Fashioned Cocktails

How Hawai‘i’s local bartenders are making a splash when it comes to cocktails and crafting.

Sour Poi Awards: Celebrating the Dumb, the Daft and the Deranged of 2016

Honoring the best of the worst news stories of 2016.

This Romantic Spot Inspires Spontaneous Proposals and Famous Rockstars

Love is on the menu, and tableside drama is the rule, when the evening sun goes down at Michel’s at the Colony Surf.

Meet the Creative Genius Behind Some of the Best Desserts in Honolulu

How does Michelle Karr-Ueoka whip up some of the best desserts in town? Technique, talent and a lot of hard work.

In the Mood for Some Comfort Food? Bread & Butter Has You Covered

A case study of how to make customers feel at home, Bread & Butter keeps them coming back by delivering different restaurant experiences morning, noon and night.
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Enter Your Keiki's Artwork in Shriners' Under the Sea Art Contest

(Sponsored) Your child's art could become part of Shriners' history.

The Pig & The Lady: From Farmers Market Pop-Up to the City’s Hottest Restaurant

Chef Andrew Le’s innovative cuisine has won acclaim both locally and nationally. And he’s just getting started.

Everything You Need to Know About Eating at an Izakaya

Here are a few tips to help you navigate your way through these Japanese taverns.

Quote Unquote: What it’s Like to Babysit Dogs, Walk Cats and Even Feed Octopuses

Erin Gerwig created Dogwalker Etc. in 2001 and has been helping out pet families on O‘ahu ever since, providing animal lovers around the island with dog walking, pet sitting, overnight care and boarding services.

Local Bartenders are Raising the Bar on Old-Fashioned Cocktails

How Hawai‘i’s local bartenders are making a splash when it comes to cocktails and crafting.

From Our Files: Moments from Hawai‘i’s Past–January Edition

A look back at Honolulu from January 1912 to 1997. Stories taken from the archives of Paradise of the Pacific and HONOLULU Magazine.

Sour Poi Awards: Celebrating the Dumb, the Daft and the Deranged of 2016

Honoring the best of the worst news stories of 2016.

Reimagine Your Home at Na Lama Kukui

Your well-designed life starts here. (Sponsored)

This Romantic Spot Inspires Spontaneous Proposals and Famous Rockstars

Love is on the menu, and tableside drama is the rule, when the evening sun goes down at Michel’s at the Colony Surf.

11 Super Stylish Staff Picks from the HONOLULU Fashion Week Marketplace

Good news: Even if you missed HONOLULU Fashion Week, you can still score most of these items. Check out each designer’s website for more info.

Meet the Creative Genius Behind Some of the Best Desserts in Honolulu

How does Michelle Karr-Ueoka whip up some of the best desserts in town? Technique, talent and a lot of hard work.

19 of Our Favorite Moments from HONOLULU Fashion Week 2016

A look back at the third annual HONOLULU Fashion Week.

Field Notes: Swing into the New Year at Big Band Monday with Mike Lewis & Friends

Field Notes explores Honolulu’s vast and varied scenes and subcultures. This month: Big Band Monday.

In the Mood for Some Comfort Food? Bread & Butter Has You Covered

A case study of how to make customers feel at home, Bread & Butter keeps them coming back by delivering different restaurant experiences morning, noon and night.

This Elegant Kahala Retreat is Home of the Week

(Sponsored) Privately-gated, 5-bed/5.2-bath home affords comfort and style.

Afterthoughts: Waipa Who?

Siri has obviously never been to Hawai‘i.

Where Would You Fly if You Won 100,000 Hawaiian Miles?

To celebrate the launch of our new Weekend Picks e-newsletter we are giving away 100,000 Hawaiian Miles.

Could This New Proposal Save the Aging Natatorium from Destruction?

According to the state Historic Preservation Division’s rules, plans made by the city and state to demolish the historic site can’t move forward until all viable alternatives have been ruled out.

These Local Freshmen Saved Their College Newspaper from Going Out of Print

The “Kapi‘o News,” a student-run newspaper at Kapi‘olani Community College, went from nearly shutting down in April 2014 to being revitalized last fall.

Editor’s Page: Speak Up

Survivors share their stories.

These Japanese Amulets Might Bring You Good Luck and Fortune in 2017

Hawai‘i locals incorporate Japanese traditions in their new year’s celebrations.

The 8 Best Things To Do in January 2017

Make a resolution to spend more time with your family—at a fun run, a New Year’s festival, a special Harry Potter event and more.
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