July 2014

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From Our Files: July

Dancing with Fire in Kakaako

Each month Field Notes explores Honolulu’s vibrant and varied scenes and subcultures. This month: Fire jam at Kakaako Waterfront Park.

Prince Lot, the Other Hula Festival

Why We’re Excited About Hawaii-grown Oysters from Kualoa Ranch

Love on the half shell.

Afterthoughts: Brain Gain

Making the most of Hawaii’s ever-growing ex-pat network.

Drama Queen: Hawaii Theatre’s Sarah Richards

Da Meter: What’s Hot and What’s Not in Honolulu

Hawaii’s Young Guns

Meet Honolulu’s new generation of gun owners.

What Is “Defend Hawaii”?

Entrepreneurs behind the popular street brand Defend Hawaii unload about the idea behind the icon.

Highlights from the ‘91 Best and Worst of Honolulu List

Groove Hawaii’s Wind Tunnel vs. Nuuanu Pali Lookout

Two blow-out experiences examined side by side.

Best of Honolulu 2014

Say Goodbye to Monkeypod Trees; Honolulu Bans Planting Iconic Trees

A new law will turn Honolulu into a more Hawaiian place, botanically speaking.

Ballin’

Robert McGee’s new spot, Meatball Hawaii, does one thing and does it well.

New Honolulu Museum of Art Exhibition: Art Deco in Paradise

Think you know your local art? A new Honolulu Museum of Art exhibition may surprise you. Turns out that, in the years between the World Wars, Hawaii was a hotbed of modernist art.

July 2014: 8 Entertainment Picks in Honolulu

Whether summer’s got you enjoying the sun or searching for cover, here are eight reasons to leave the house this month. (Just don’t forget sunblock.)

Editor’s Page: Art and Soul

Changes in our behind-the-scenes team.

Quiz: How’s Your Art Deco Eye?

Can you name that Honolulu art deco building?
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