March 2005

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In Search Of

An author, a mother and a complete bystander intersect on Fort Street Mall.

Dining: Two You’d Never Find

From Our Files

March 2005

Editor's Page: Best, Best and More Best

Think of the Best of Honolulu as a sophisticated user’s guide to the city.

Slow Food

Often, our meals are wolfed down as fast fuel to keep moving. Slow food adherents take time to appreciate the bounty on their plates.

Our Town: Kamehameha V Post Office

Goodbye mustard yellow, hello a new paint job

Japan. No problem.

Many people in Hawaii have been to Japan many times, know their way around. This story is not for them.

Letters

March 2005

Crisis in the Trauma Center

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

Back from the Grave

His former lawyer takes a controversial labor leader and puts him in the center of a romance.

Alice in Dixieland

If an African safari sounds too challenging, the next best thing may be the 500 acres of African wildlife to be found in a North Carolina reserve.

Art of the Uke

Nearly 50 years since it was first released, a classic Lyle Ritz jazz ukulele album debuts on CD for a new generation of fans.

Volunteer Tourism

Islanders are finding a new way to travel—as volunteers, lending a hand.

Recommended

March 2005

Can a Robot Save Kaimuki?

A bustling neighborhood tries to solve its perpetual parking shortage.

Afterthoughts: Wired, Connected and Lost

It’s getting harder and harder for us to be where we are.
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