June 2017

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These Are the Most Popping Wine Regions Right Now, According to Local Sommeliers

There’s more to wine than France and California. We asked some of the top wine pros in the city for their current favorite regions, and what they’re nerding out on lately.

Kaua‘i Guide: What You Need to Know Before You Hike Kalalau

Our tips for making sure you’re prepared for this intense trek with a breathtaking view.

29 Must-Read Local Books You Won’t Want to Put Down This Summer

Here’s how to rock your hammock, if not your world, this summer. And if that’s not startling enough, we’ve got news about a new local bookstore opening.

Kaua‘i Guide: 7 Places to Eat ‘Ono Grinds

Grab a bento, indulge in locally made gelato and more. Plus, where to get the best omiyage for friends and family back home.

Kaua‘i Guide: 5 Adventurous Natural Wonders to Put on Your Bucket List

Float on a giant inner tube, explore a cave, fly over the Nā Pali coast and more.

Will Hawai‘i’s Thriving Dining Scene Bring Michelin Ratings to Our Restaurants?

The famed Michelin Restaurant Guide doesn’t send its inspectors to Hawai‘i. Yet the Islands’ dining scene is attracting a growing number of Michelin-starred chefs and restaurants—and we’re all reaping the benefits. Could there be a starry future for Hawai‘i?

Kaua‘i Guide: 8 Places to Stay on Kaua‘i

Plus, the best spots to go camping.
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These Are the Most Popping Wine Regions Right Now, According to Local Sommeliers

There’s more to wine than France and California. We asked some of the top wine pros in the city for their current favorite regions, and what they’re nerding out on lately.

Kaua‘i Guide: What You Need to Know Before You Hike Kalalau

Our tips for making sure you’re prepared for this intense trek with a breathtaking view.

From Our Files: Moments from Hawai‘i’s Past–June Edition

A look back at Honolulu from June 1937 to 1987. Stories taken from the archives of Paradise of the Pacific and HONOLULU Magazine.

29 Must-Read Local Books You Won’t Want to Put Down This Summer

Here’s how to rock your hammock, if not your world, this summer. And if that’s not startling enough, we’ve got news about a new local bookstore opening.

Kaua‘i Guide: 7 Places to Eat ‘Ono Grinds

Grab a bento, indulge in locally made gelato and more. Plus, where to get the best omiyage for friends and family back home.

Field Notes: Want to Give Back to the ‘Āina? Make a Difference with This Beach Cleanup

Field Notes explores Honolulu’s vast and varied scenes and subcultures. This month: Kahuku Point Cleanup and Restoration.

Afterthoughts: Cycle City

How many bikes will fit into Waikīkī?

Revisit Hawai‘i’s Culinary Past with Alan Wong’s Impressive Vintage Menu Collection

The chef has been collecting menus from local restaurants for more than four decades.

Help Grant the Wish Of A Lifetime With Make-A-Wish Hawai‘i's Give Wishes Wings

(Sponsored) The fundraiser will run on Friday, 6 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Next in Wine: Meet Five Sommeliers Keeping the Craft Alive Here in Honolulu

Plus, get the scoop on their favorite wine recommendations for summer.

Kaua‘i Guide: 5 Adventurous Natural Wonders to Put on Your Bucket List

Float on a giant inner tube, explore a cave, fly over the Nā Pali coast and more.

Will Hawai‘i’s Thriving Dining Scene Bring Michelin Ratings to Our Restaurants?

The famed Michelin Restaurant Guide doesn’t send its inspectors to Hawai‘i. Yet the Islands’ dining scene is attracting a growing number of Michelin-starred chefs and restaurants—and we’re all reaping the benefits. Could there be a starry future for Hawai‘i?

Quote Unquote: Why Hawai‘i Attorney General Doug Chin Blocked the Travel Ban

Doug Chin earned an English degree from Stanford University, moved to Hawai‘i to work for IBM, went to law school, worked as a private attorney, a city prosecutor, then Honolulu’s managing director. Now 50, he’s the state attorney general, thrust onto the national stage when he sued to block President Trump’s proposed travel ban on seven Muslim-majority nations.

Honolulu’s First Bike-Sharing Program Brings 1,000 Bikes to the Streets June 28

Now you can bop around town without taking the car out of the garage or losing your metered space, as Bikeshare Hawai‘i transforms transportation options from Chinatown to Waikīkī.

5 Fun Facts About Luibueno’s Haleiwa’s New Menu

(Sponsored) New menu items, same authentic Latin flavor.

What’s Going to Happen to Nā Mea Hawai‘i When Ward Warehouse Gets Demolished?

As Ward Warehouse gets ready to close, the Hawaiian bookstore and cultural center makes the most of things.

Kaua‘i Guide: 8 Places to Stay on Kaua‘i

Plus, the best spots to go camping.

Could This New Pilot Project Fix Honolulu’s Congested Street Parking Problem?

Squeezed off the streets, Kalihi neighbors try a different parking system.

Celebrate the Bond Between Hawai‘i and Japan at the Annual Pan-Pacific Festival

The 38th annual international cultural celebration takes place from Friday, June 9 to Sunday, June 11.

The 8 Best Things To Do in June 2017

Festival season is in full swing, so get outside and dance, eat waffles and dress up with your pup.

Editor’s Page: Balance

Finding the right mix.
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