July 2018

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Best of Honolulu 2018

Discover all the 2018 Best of Honolulu winners—both editorial and reader picks.

Best of Honolulu 2018: Family

The 5 editorial and reader picks for the best for you and your ʻohana.

Best of Honolulu 2018: Home

These editorial and reader picks will make your home picture perfect.

Best of Honolulu 2018: Food

26 editorial and reader picks for the tastiest food in town.

Best of Honolulu 2018: Services

The 9 editorial and reader picks for the places in Honolulu that make our lives just a bit easier.

Best of Honolulu 2018: Fitness and Outdoor

The 6 editorial and reader picks for the best ways to get out and active.

Political Survivor: A Closer Look at Hawaiʻi’s First Female Senator, Mazie Hirono

Veteran lawmaker Mazie Hirono started her political career as a scrappy liberal consumer advocate in the Hawai‘i Legislature in the 1980s. In 2013, she won election to the U.S. Senate, becoming the first Asian-American female, the first female senator from Hawai‘i, the first Buddhist senator and the only immigrant currently serving. As she runs for a second term we take a closer look at a politician who’s more interesting now than she’s ever been.

Best of Honolulu 2018: Shopping

The 14 editorial picks for the chic-est shopping in the city.

Honoring the Life and Legacy of the Late U.S. Senator Daniel Akaka

Sharing stories of how Daniel Kahikina Akaka, educator, native Hawaiian advocate and longtime U.S. Senator, made a difference.
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HONOLULU Magazine’s Pet Photo Contest 2018

Congrats to the first, second and third place winners of HONOLULU Magazine’s 2018 Pet Photo Contest!

These Local Farmers are Taking Eggs to the Next Level

Local family egg farms are stepping up and standing out.

You Can Now Have Lauren Roth’s Whimsical Paintings on Your Pillows and Plates

The local artist makes herself at home.

Best of Honolulu 2018

Discover all the 2018 Best of Honolulu winners—both editorial and reader picks.

Afterthoughts: Shaping Up

Yeah, I’m into fitness. Fitness whole pizza in my mouth.

Dust Off Your Broomsticks! Quidditch Could Be Coming to the Hawaiʻi Convention Center

Buying portable million-dollar floors suitable for sports was a gamble for the Hawai‘i Convention Center. But it’s opened up a new international market for volleyball, basketball, indoor soccer—even Harry Potter’s favorite sport.

Best of Honolulu 2018: Family

The 5 editorial and reader picks for the best for you and your ʻohana.

Best of Honolulu 2018: Home

These editorial and reader picks will make your home picture perfect.

Best of Honolulu 2018: Food

26 editorial and reader picks for the tastiest food in town.

Best of Honolulu 2018: Services

The 9 editorial and reader picks for the places in Honolulu that make our lives just a bit easier.

Best of Honolulu 2018: Fitness and Outdoor

The 6 editorial and reader picks for the best ways to get out and active.

Political Survivor: A Closer Look at Hawaiʻi’s First Female Senator, Mazie Hirono

Veteran lawmaker Mazie Hirono started her political career as a scrappy liberal consumer advocate in the Hawai‘i Legislature in the 1980s. In 2013, she won election to the U.S. Senate, becoming the first Asian-American female, the first female senator from Hawai‘i, the first Buddhist senator and the only immigrant currently serving. As she runs for a second term we take a closer look at a politician who’s more interesting now than she’s ever been.

Best of Honolulu 2018: Shopping

The 14 editorial picks for the chic-est shopping in the city.

Kailua Cool: Islandwear Favorite Manuhealiʻi Unveils Makeover

Local design house fashions a new look for its Windward store.

Natural Competitors: Down to Earth vs. Whole Foods

Hawai‘i’s two biggest natural-food grocery stores are almost neighbors in Kaka‘ako.

The Brighter Picture: Spice Up Your Space with These 6 Local Pieces

Do you have a wall of shame? Poker playing dogs still hanging around? Then this roundup of charming, vibrant artwork will definitely be a huge home improvement.

Sweet Memories: Remembering the Reign of Sugar Cane in Hawaiʻi

A symbol of a bygone era in Waipahu’s plantation history undergoes much-needed restoration.

Quote Unquote: Meet the Third-Generation Farmer Behind Kamiya Gold Papayas

Michael Kamiya, 40, is a third-generation papaya farmer who worked in the corporate printing world before joining the family business full-time seven years ago. His grandparents started a small farm in Kāne‘ohe in the 1940s. Now, Kamiya Gold grows papayas on a total of 30 acres and recently completed construction of a new packing shed on a property in Punalu‘u.

HONOLULU Magazine’s Rosé Soirée

Celebrate Summer with HONOLULU Magazine and ‘Alohilani Resort at the Rosé Soirée on Saturday, August 18, 2018.

The 8 Best Things to Do in July 2018

Bon dance in the moonlight, score secondhand treasures, marvel over Marvel and find joy at the bottom of a sake cup.

Editor’s Page: All My Best

Eleven of my best small-kid-time memories that didn’t make this year’s list.

Craft Cocktails Are Taking Over International Market Place for Mixology Month

(Sponsored) The center’s cocktail-forward restaurants will feature a different spirit and pūpū pairing each week throughout July.

Honoring the Life and Legacy of the Late U.S. Senator Daniel Akaka

Sharing stories of how Daniel Kahikina Akaka, educator, native Hawaiian advocate and longtime U.S. Senator, made a difference.
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