March 2006

Features

Best of Honolulu 2006

Departments

Letters to the Editor: Letters - March

Calabash: Your Tax Dollars Ticking Away

Calabash: Music Review

Ka 'Upu Aloha, Aaron J. Sala, Hula Records

Calabash: If These Sheets Could Talk

An exhibit and ongoing research shed light on kapa moe, Hawaiian sleeping cloths.

Calabash: How to Let the Dogs Out

Tips for keeping your pooch happy and healthy during an outdoor excursion.

Calabash: Scene: Koi

Taking their lead from L.A.’s hipster scene, the owners of Koi offer Honolulu a little something to change up the nightlife.

Calabash: Gadgets

We come across a lot of cool new ideas. These two are both stylish and useful.

Calabash: Media: Hello to Hallyu

Hawai‘i is crazy for Korean dramas, and even played a role in introducing them to Mainland audiences.

Calabash: Heavy Metal

Don’t have the time? We searched the city to find the hottest men’s watches, from $120 to $3,800.

Calabash: Our Town: Kaimuki Typewriter Service

A 20th-century institution is still clacking away on King Street.

Calabash: Nature: Plover Love

Hawai‘i’s kolea are taking flight for the North—but they’ll be back.

Calabash: Q+A

La'akea Suganuma

Calabash: Mo'ili'ili

A piece of Mo'ili'ili history

Calabash: Culture: Honolulu Festival

The 12th annual Honolulu Festival dances into town March 10 to 12.

Calabash: Clipping Service - Shore about that?

Bill Thomas anticipates a Hawai'i visit in a Jan. 22 Washington Post column titled "A Shore Thing."

Calabash: First Person: Identity Crisis

Resembling one of the world’s most popular filmmakers leads this writer to question the nature of celebrity.

Dining: Mexican Revolution

Fresh fish, handmade tortillas, rib-eye carne asada—it’s a brave new world of Mexican food in Honolulu.

From Our Files: From Our Files - March

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

Afterthoughts: The Crystallized Moment

Time travel, roast chickens and the U.S. Census.

Editor's Page: In Search of the Best

Our city offers world-class thinkers, as well as great plate lunches.