June 2006

Features

Hot and Bothered

With clothes this sultry, even scorching summer days can’t wilt our fashion sense.

Listen Up!

From Jazz to Rock to Reggae, Hawaii’s creating great music.

Departments

Letters to the Editor: Letters – June

Calabash: Media: Watch and Listen

Three good reasons to tune in this month.

Calabash: Rodeo

Calabash: By the Numbers

Calabash: All the Right Moves

At only 15 years old, a Mililani chess champ is checking opponents at the national level.

Calabash: Music Review

The Girlas, Now or Never, Kototama Productions

Calabash: Island Orbit

How to spot satellites and space junk in Hawai’i’s nighttime sky.

Calabash: Shopping: All Fired Up

Barbecue like a pro this summer with these made-for-the-grill accessories.

Calabash: The Sandman

You see a beach—Dan Belcher sees building material.

Calabash: First Person: Mall Flood!

The author learns something about human nature—and herself—as Kahala Mall fills with floodwater.

Calabash: White Night

The Skyline turns two, with a big anniversary bash, June 3.

Calabash: Nature: Summer Lovin’ in Waikiki

Romance is in the air—well, in the fish tanks, at this annual event.

Calabash: Q+A

Laura E. Thielen

Calabash: Clipping Service

Lost?

Dining: Lobster Jelly and Other Surprises

Japanese cuisine never loses its ability to astonish.

From Our Files: From Our Files - June

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

Afterthoughts: Mutants in My Kitchen

If you fought back an urge to swat the screen, you are not alone.

Editor's Page: The Music Issue

Island rhythms include more than Hawaiian music. In fact, there’s a world of music right outside your door.