July 2013

Features

Honolulu Real Estate Trends: What's Next?

What you need to know to get in, get out, or sit tight in the latest local real estate spike.

8 Kakaako eateries: The places in between

Exploring Kakaako’s plate-lunch past, diner roots, hidden Thai and Vietnamese spots, and its new, healthy-eating corridor

Buddhism in Hawaii: Fading Tradition

Hawaii's Best Bars: Outdoor Edition

What could be finer than fresh air and a view with your pau hana drinks? These 12 bars stand out from the rest, and remind us—lucky we live Hawaii.

Departments

Afterthoughts: No Fly Zone

I used to like doves. Then I found out they can’t take a hint.

From Our Files: Here Come the Neighborhoods

Home Decor with a Neighborhood Twist

Whether your neighborhood is urban trendy or coastal chic, this stylish stash of home decor items will help bring a sense of belonging to your nest.

Startup Paradise

These fledging tech businesses are getting a kick start thanks to a venture accelerator started by Henk Rogers. Yes, the Henk Rogers of Tetris fame.

Hawaii designer Emiko Miyazawa launches new edgy jewelry line, M33Ms

Honolulu Real Estate Trends: What's Next?

What you need to know to get in, get out, or sit tight in the latest local real estate spike.

A classic HONOLULU cover, recreated

Unsolicited Advice: Save an old building

8 Kakaako eateries: The places in between

Exploring Kakaako’s plate-lunch past, diner roots, hidden Thai and Vietnamese spots, and its new, healthy-eating corridor

13 Green-Living Myths, Shattered

Trains of Woe

Honolulu’s Italian train supplier has been breaking promises around the world.

Hawaii Made Summer Shorts

Field Notes: A Koko Crater Experience

Field Notes explores Honolulu’s vibrant and varied scenes and subcultures. This month: the Koko Crater Trail.

Buddhism in Hawaii: Fading Tradition

Cafe Central in First Hawaiian Bank

Cafe Central, a microcafe to find

Hawaii's Best Bars: Outdoor Edition

What could be finer than fresh air and a view with your pau hana drinks? These 12 bars stand out from the rest, and remind us—lucky we live Hawaii.

Banking on Hawaiian

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July 2013

Editor's Page: Dependence Day

The IRS scandal reached even Hawaii. But why worry when the IRS asks for a list of everyone who ever attended your events?

Chill Out with Summer Treats

As the pavement heats up, check out these newer cool kids on the block.

Kakaako's Block F: Too Good to Last?

What happens to Kakaako’s creative community when Kamehameha Schools kicks into high gear?

Meet the Shopkeepers: Mōno

Things to do in July in Hawaii

July may be muggy, but it’s hard to retreat from the heat when there are bon dances, a collectible extravaganza and two great American artists’ Hawaiian works on display.