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July 2012: Table of Contents



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Features

Welcome Back, Ben?

We sat down with former governor and current mayoral candidate Ben Cayetano to talk about rail, the sewer system, and why your commute isn’t going to get any better, no matter who wins.

by a. kam napier and david thompson

 

Double Chop! Kikaida at 40

After all these years, Hawaii’s favorite superhero is still kicking monster tail.

by dave choo

 

I Am a Roller Derby Girl

Injuries, drama, dedication, victory—associate editor Tiffany Hill laced up her skates to rumble in Honolulu’s fastest-growing sport.

by tiffany hill

 

Departments

Editor’s Page: Awards and Footnotes

HONOLULU Magazine celebrates, plus notes on this issue.

by a. kam napier

 

Feedback

Our readers respond.
 

Calabash

All aboard!

Get out and go.

Food: local pork

Party foul

Unsolicited advice

Field Guide: Honolulu behind bars
 

HONOLULU Shops

Itsy-bitsy local bikinis, hot grilling accessories, and a Dale Hope/Lucky Brand Jeans collaboration.

by stacey makiya and brie thalmann

 

Dining: Hole-in-the-Wall Heaven

A tour of Honolulu’s culinary diamonds in the rough—neighborhood restaurants where the napkins might be paper, but the food is completely satisfying.

by martha cheng

 

From Our Files

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

by maria kanai

 

Afterthoughts: Thinking Continental

Maybe the Mainland isn’t so main after all.

by michael keany

 

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