March 2013: Table of Contents
Best of Honolulu
It's that time of year again. From hot-pot to pop-ups, locally-made chocolate to cute party favors—we've crisscrossed the city to find the best products, services, food and entertainment, all to help you live better in Honolulu.
by Martha Cheng, Jenny de Jesus, Tiffany Hill, Terri Inefuku, Michael Keany and David Thompson
50 Years / Seven Minutes
In honor of this year's Merrie Monarch jubilee, we talked to a few of the thousands of people who have been touched by hula's most renowned gathering.
by kathryn drury wagner
Skip the pastels this spring and go graphic, with bold black-and-white combos.
by stacey makiya and brie thalmann
Two for Art
HONOLULU Magazine welcomes two new designers.
by A. kam napier
Our readers respond.
Keck's 20th Anniversary
Reasons to get out and go in March
Hawaii wants Obama's presidential library.
Thanks Lex ... very much.
Q&A: Sen. Brian Schatz
Mental health clubhouses
A battle-tested armadillo
Field Notes: Hawaii's Cosplayers
Carnivores, Vegans and Wine, Oh My!
Hawaii 678, Greens and Vines, and HASR Bistro. Plus, fresh Sinaloa tortillas.
by martha cheng
From Our Files
HONOLULU Magazine and Paradise of the Pacific—chronicling the Islands since 1888.
by A. Kam Napier
Afterthoughts: A Burning Love
Cane fires? I'm for 'em. I might be the only one.
by Michael keany
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