March 2019

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6 Hawai‘i Chefs Tell the Stories Behind Their Favorite Knife

The knife is the most important, and often the most personal, tool for chefs.

6 Safari-Inspired Floral Outfits That are Perfect for Spring

Adventure calls this spring with safari-inspired silhouettes, wildly fun florals and earthy, sun-drenched hues.

Jacques Arago’s Sketch from 1819 of Lahaina in Maui Makes its Return to Hawai‘i

A sketch of Maui that began on a French ship in 1819 is back in the Islands because of a collector, an Australian book dealer and a secret donor.

Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the State Capitol This March

Almost exactly 10 years after statehood, Hawai‘i’s lawmakers made the move from a palace to the nation’s last state Capitol. Now, 50 years later, you’re invited to the celebration on March 15 and 16.
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6 Hawai‘i Chefs Tell the Stories Behind Their Favorite Knife

The knife is the most important, and often the most personal, tool for chefs.

Our Must-Try Short List of 24 Hawai‘i-Made Beef Jerky Flavors

Thin, crispy Hawai‘i-made beef jerky is officially a thing.

8 of O‘ahu’s Best Wings Battle For The Top Spot as Lord of the Wings

Chicken wings’ elite eight duked it out in our March Madness bracket.

O‘ahu in 1963: Housing the Royal Household Guards at the Halekoa

A modern state building was in the works. But a quiet coral-block barracks stood in its way.

The Perfect Pizza Doesn’t Exist—So We Built Our Own With Slices From 6 Honolulu Spots

Wanna pizza dis? We hit up Sophie’s Gourmet Hawaiian Pizzeria, Brick Fire Tavern and more local faves.

12 Tasty Ways to Satisfy Your Taco Cravings in Honolulu

Taco ’bout a good deal for Taco Tuesday and beyond.

Book-Lovers All Over America Can’t Get Enough of Hawai‘i’s New Genre Writers

These aren’t your grandmother’s romances, kid sister’s sword-and-buckler fantasies or Michener middlebrows. By owning local subjects—and losing the kitsch and cultural gaffes—Island writers are winning national audiences.

Afterthoughts: Don’t Shoot the Messenger

There’s a reason I take so many food pictures.

6 Safari-Inspired Floral Outfits That are Perfect for Spring

Adventure calls this spring with safari-inspired silhouettes, wildly fun florals and earthy, sun-drenched hues.

Channel Your Inner 1960s Style Icon with Reyn Spooner’s New Line

(Sponsored) Reyn Spooner unveils limited-edition women’s resort wear collection.

9 Things to Do This Weekend in Honolulu

Beer, noodles, musicals and a new way to wind down your weekend.

Jacques Arago’s Sketch from 1819 of Lahaina in Maui Makes its Return to Hawai‘i

A sketch of Maui that began on a French ship in 1819 is back in the Islands because of a collector, an Australian book dealer and a secret donor.

Shop, Sip and Socialize at Four Seasons Resort O‘ahu’s Moonlight Market

(Sponsored) Four Seasons O‘ahu welcomes you to the resort’s spring Moonlight Market this Saturday, March 23, from 5–8 p.m.

Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the State Capitol This March

Almost exactly 10 years after statehood, Hawai‘i’s lawmakers made the move from a palace to the nation’s last state Capitol. Now, 50 years later, you’re invited to the celebration on March 15 and 16.

This Annual St. Patrick’s Day Block Party Raises Thousands For Charities in Hawai‘i

Meet the man behind Murphy’s Bar and Grill.

Inside HONOLULU: Not Really Goodbye

It’s not really leaving when you’re still in the same office.

Editor’s Page: And So It Grows

My admiration for farmers stems from decades of backyard fails.

March 2019: Table of Contents

(Sponsored) Treat Yourself to Chocolate, Champagne and Couture for a Cause

(Sponsored) Join Aloha United Way Women United for its 6th Annual Chocolate, Champagne & Couture For-A-Cause, featuring delectable dishes, champagne toasts, fine chocolate and pampering.

The 11 Best Events on O‘ahu in March

Two reasons to run, local comedy giants and a Hōkūle‘a-inspired symphony performance take center stage this month.

Your Ultimate Guide to the 2019 Honolulu Biennial’s Immersive Art Event

Get ready to walk through interactive, botanical and LED art installations all over town. The Honolulu Biennial is back.

Hunt for Hawai‘i History in the Heart of Honolulu

Think you know your way around the State Capitol area? Take this test to prove it!
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