Hawai’i’s Best Doctors
Every two years, Best Doctors Inc. conducts an in-depth survey among top physicians nationwide. Which doctors would they pick for themselves or their loved ones? Here, we share the Hawai’I results of the 2005-2006 survey.
Saving St. Francis
When a deal to sell their hospital fell through, a band of physicians got together to buy it themselves. Will they be able to turn things around?
All in the Family
What do you get when an experienced contractor builds his own dream home? Clean, understated ‘Ohana living.
By the Numbers
Troy Fernandez, Hawaiian Style ‘Ukulele, Neos Productions
The New Keiki Zoo
Letters to the Editor
Letters - July
Arts: Siamese Wins
Hawai’i Opera Theatre changes pace with its summer season, featuring The King and I.
Nature: Turtle Independence Day
In July, Hawai’i’s green goodwill ambassadors are released into the freedom of the open ocean.
If you don’t think you can love vegan food, just wait till dessert.
Old Hawai’i needs your help
New York Turned My Poi Dog Mean
A furry Island transplant finds the Big Apple considerably edgier than Honolulu.
Shopping: The Lovin’ Spoonful
Like a time machine in a cone, ice cream transports you back to your youth. Here’s the scoop on where to indulge.
Let Us Eat Cake
From Our Files
From Our Files – July
HONOLULU Magazine and Paradise of the Pacific, chronicling the Islands since 1888.
Pigeons and Doctors
An unexpected encounter with a bird reminded me why we need good doctors and hospitals.
History: Hawai’i’s Sakada Soldiers
Not all of Hawai’i’s earliest Filipino immigrants came to work on plantations.