March 2005

Features

Best of Honolulu 2005

Best of Honolulu 2005

The Best of Honolulu 2005. Including Best Burger, Best Kim Chee, Best Furniture, best baby shops, comedy shows, best cakes, best toy shops, best cat and dog amenities, best supermarket and more

Departments

Letters

Health: Crisis in the Trauma Center

The trauma center at Queen’s saves hundreds of lives every year. What happens if it closes?

Our Town: Our Town: Kamehameha V Post Office

Travel: Japan. No problem.

Travel: Alice in Dixieland

Travel: Volunteer Tourism

Volunteer Tourism is a rising trend to get involved and help foreign countries, while playing tourist.

Food: Slow Food

Slow Foods is a trend to promote local produce, going against the principles of fast food.

Around Town: Can a Robot Save Kaimuki?

A Kaimuki neighborhood tries to solve its perpetual parking shortage with a proposed automated multi-tiered parking lot.

Books: In Search Of

Kathryn Drury meets and interviews the author of "West of Then" Tara Bray Smith

Books: Back from the Grave

Walter Kupau's lawyer, Lori Aquino, writes a new novel, The Ghost of Walter Kupau.

Entertainment: Back from the Grave

Walter Kupau's lawyer, Lori Aquino, writes a new novel, The Ghost of Walter Kupau.

Entertainment: Art of the Uke

Entertainment: Recommended

Dining: Dining: Two You’d Never Find

Thorough review of two very small restaurants in Honolulu, Green Door Cafe and Mitch's Sushi.

From Our Files

Afterthoughts: Afterthoughts: Wired, Connected and Lost

Thanks to the internet, we are living our lives online, despite being physically located in Hawaii. What does local mean again?