March 2004

Features

Best of Honolulu 2004

Best of Honolulu 2004

Our annual guide to living better in Honolulu by readers and editors. The Best of Honolulu

Departments

Letters to the Editor: Letters

Letters, March 2004

Q+A: Q + A, Dee Jay Mailer

Questions and answers with Dee Jay Mailer

Health: Atkins Crazy

Health: Scary Shortage

Shortage of medical specialists in the community.

Architecture: Written in Stone

An exploration of Hawaii’s masterworks in stone.

Government: Called to duty

This month, about 380 Army Reservists and 180 Army National Guardsmen from Hawai‘i will deploy to Iraq, leaving their families and jobs behind.

Government: Help Wanted

Honolulu is going to get a new mayor this fall. Due to term limitations, Mayor Jeremy Harris can no longer run, so the job is open to a fresh face for the first time in a decade.

Travel: Desert Solitaire

Frank Lloyd Wright's Taliesin West

Food: Dining: Best Local Food

The tasty portion of our Best of Honolulu 2004 issue.

Food: Drink to the Turtles

Honu Beer is dedicated to the turtles.

Around Town: Age of Aquarium

Waikiki Aquarium celebrates its 100th year anniversary

Entertainment: Age of Aquarium

Waikiki Aquarium celebrates its 100th year anniversary

Entertainment: Recommended

Recommended media, March 2004

Entertainment: April Would Know

April Masini's dating love life

Environment: Bamboo Boom?

Bamboo is seen as a sustainable resource for construction.

Dining: Dining: Best Local Food

The tasty portion of our Best of Honolulu 2004 issue.

From Our Files

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

Editor's Page: Editor's Page: Missing Donnelly

With Dave Donnelly gone, Honolulu seems like a less interesting town.