June 2014

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5 Incredible Hawaii Medical Stories

Battle of the Brunches: Koko Head Cafe vs. Bills Sydney

New spots Koko Head Cafe and Bills Sydney introduce novel dishes, but in very different ways.

18 Hawaii Books to Read This Summer

Our guide to new and notable books from local authors and publishers.

Now Playing: Hawaii’s Most-Watched Hula Movie

Meet the people who brought you Hawaii’s Consolidated hula trailer. How this local favorite came to life; where the dancers are now.
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Pantone’s 2014 Color is Radiant Orchid: The New Hue for Fashion

Radiant Orchid, the Pantone® color of 2014, is in full bloom, saturating everything from apparel to accessories, even tasty summer treats!

Meet the Shopkeepers of LIMB in Kakaako

Meet Ian Eichelberger and Jacqueline Davey, owners of LIMB, the Kakaako store slash art gallery that’s tiny in size but big on style.

Meet Hawaii Doctors Who Traveled on a Mission Trip to Philippines

5 Incredible Hawaii Medical Stories

From Our Files: June

Field Notes: Oahu’s Orchid Societies

Each month Field Notes explores Honolulu’s vibrant and varied scenes and subcultures. This month: orchid societies.

Battle of the Brunches: Koko Head Cafe vs. Bills Sydney

New spots Koko Head Cafe and Bills Sydney introduce novel dishes, but in very different ways.

4 Pretty Sweet Purple Treats

Don’t be blue—perk up with these purple treats.

Under-the-Radar Writer: Wing Tek Lum

Lauded in national literary circles, Wing Tek Lum may be better known at home as an engineer and real estate broker than an award-winning poet. His latest book may change that.

New Store: Miemiko and Co. Opens in Ward Centers

House of Cards: The new Miemiko and Co. stationery shop is stock-full of adorable paper cuts that make for perfect pen pals.

18 Hawaii Books to Read This Summer

Our guide to new and notable books from local authors and publishers.

Rethink Dinner with Hawaii Fresh Box

A veggie subscription box, meal plan and cooking lesson rolled into one.

Afterthoughts: That Guy

Biking, I love you, but you’re bringing me down.

What Are We Reading This Summer at HONOLULU Magazine?

Summer months mean about two more hours of extra daylight. So it’s perfect reading weather. In our June issue, local authors created a list of 31 books. We asked the HONOLULU staff for their picks for your summer reading list.

Coming Soon: Kakaako Agora Indoor Park

Return of the Nene in Hawaii?

Centuries after going extinct on Oahu, the Hawaiian goose is back—maybe.

Unsolicited Advice: Quit Fishing!

Tie the Knot in Style with Misa Jewelry's New Bridal Collection

Put a ring on it.

Now Playing: Hawaii’s Most-Watched Hula Movie

Meet the people who brought you Hawaii’s Consolidated hula trailer. How this local favorite came to life; where the dancers are now.

Time for Obon! Hawaii Summer 2014 Bon Dance Schedule

Editor’s Page: Building Our Team

HONOLULU welcomes new talent.

June 2014: 9 Entertainment Picks in Honolulu

Swamp things, not-quite-Teletubbies and aliens overrun Honolulu this June. But things aren’t always what they seem.
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