March 2018

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Exploring the Upside Down: What It’s Really Like on Kona’s Most Extreme Scuba Dive

The weird and wonderful creatures that populate Hawai‘i’s offshore waters are visible each night on this black-water dive.

Brunch Like You Mean It: 17 Local Dishes Worth Getting Out of Bed For

With everything from breakfast sammies and tacos to mochi pancakes and waffles, these Honolulu brunch spots are changing the game.

6 Anything-But-Basic Brunch Cocktails to Start Your Day

Honolulu’s hottest brunch restaurants are going beyond the basic bloody mary—way beyond.

How to Build the Perfect Plate at a Brunch Buffet in Hawai‘i

With 100,000 possible flavor combinations, you need a strategy. Here are two.

10 French Toast Dishes in Honolulu That Take the Brunch Staple to New Levels

Latin twists, extravagant toppings and savory stacks to start your day right.
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Publisher’s Page: The Stories of Our City

How HONOLULU and HPR share a common mission.

Exploring the Upside Down: What It’s Really Like on Kona’s Most Extreme Scuba Dive

The weird and wonderful creatures that populate Hawai‘i’s offshore waters are visible each night on this black-water dive.

Brunch Like You Mean It: 17 Local Dishes Worth Getting Out of Bed For

With everything from breakfast sammies and tacos to mochi pancakes and waffles, these Honolulu brunch spots are changing the game.

Quote Unquote: Why You Should Check Out HIFF (Even if You Already Have Netflix)

Beckie Stocchetti, 32, didn’t see many movies growing up in rural upstate New York. But once she saw “The Matrix” as a teenager, nothing could keep her down on the farm. Starting at the University of Chicago, her passion for film took her to Hawai‘i and back to Chicago Filmmakers, a full-service independent film nonprofit. Hired in 2017 as the new executive director of the Hawai‘i International Film Festival, she oversees a year-round three-ring celluloid circus, with co-directors of programming Anderson Le and Anna Page.

Afterthoughts: Psychological Warfare

What goes through your head when your smartphone disappears.

This Month, Atlantis Submarines is Giving Keiki Free Rides

(Sponsored) Every weekend this month, keiki can explore the oceans for free with the purchase of a kama‘āina adult ticket.

5 Fast Facts About the First-Ever BMW X2

(Sponsored) The luxury brand rolled out its new model on March 1, 2018, and there’s only one place on the island to go for a test drive.

Think the Cherry Blossom Festival is Just a Beauty Pageant? Here’s Why It’s Way More

The ethnic festival has evolved to focus more on cultural education and professional development.

6 Anything-But-Basic Brunch Cocktails to Start Your Day

Honolulu’s hottest brunch restaurants are going beyond the basic bloody mary—way beyond.

How to Build the Perfect Plate at a Brunch Buffet in Hawai‘i

With 100,000 possible flavor combinations, you need a strategy. Here are two.

Field Notes: The Hawai‘i Men’s Shed Helps Keep Retirees Busy and Active

Field Notes explores Honolulu’s vast and varied scenes and subcultures. This month: The Hawai‘i Men’s Shed.

12 Easy Tips for Organizing Your Home from Life Guide and Feng Shui Expert Alice Inoue

Say goodbye to clutter.

From Our Files: Moments from Hawai‘i’s Past–March Edition

A look back at Honolulu from March 1923 to 2013. Stories taken from the archives of Paradise of the Pacific and HONOLULU Magazine.

10 French Toast Dishes in Honolulu That Take the Brunch Staple to New Levels

Latin twists, extravagant toppings and savory stacks to start your day right.

Trend Alert: Living Walls Add a Pop of Nature to Urban Honolulu Spaces

Ward Village, Tommy Bahama Waikīkī and Whole Foods Kailua are just a few of the places going green.

March 2018: Table of Contents

The 8 Best Things To Do in March 2018

Spring cleaning can wait. Celebrate Pacific Rim cultures, run with the family, drink (lots of) beer and channel your inner David Bowie with the best events happening this month.

Publisher’s Page: The Past is Prologue

Same news, different year, different century.

The Moana Surfrider Marks 117 Years with a Posh Birthday Celebration

(Sponsored) Head to Waikīkī’s first hotel on Saturday, March 10 for a timeless tea party and an evening concert.

Our Waikīkī: King Tides, Beach Erosion and Water Pollution—Can Waikīkī Be Saved?

How the state is dealing with king tides, eroding beaches and trash in the Ala Wai.
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