Grading the Public Schools: The 2010 Grades
The Maryland Lesson
Hawaii’s public schools clearly need to improve. We take a look at the No. 1 public education system in the nation, to see what success looks like. What can we learn from Maryland’s example?
Caught in Between
Bugs in the System
The next time you have maple syrup with your pancakes, thank the Bishop Museum's world-class entomology collection. Here's why.
Why We Cover Public Schools The Way We Do
A Preview of Next Month's Issue
Introducing our June 2010 issue.
Dining: Eat, Memory
Sometimes the newer the restaurants are, the more familiar they seem.
From Our Files
From Our Files
Afterthoughts: Shipping of Fools
Mankind has walked on the moon. Cured polio. Created incredible technologies, from the printing press to the Internet. But still, we cannot ship a cardboard box to Hawaii.
Field Guide: Fresh Ideas for Pau Hana
Instead of hitting the bar after work, why not try something new? We found five relaxing pau hana happenings.
Once dominated by a macho image, archery is turning into a family-friendly sport.
C is for Community
There’s a new CSA box on the block.
Queen of Green
One in a Million
Kaui Hart Hemmings beat the literary odds.
Go With the Flow
Self-watering, self-fertilizing and small, aquaponic gardens are ideal for island living.
A Fresh Idea for Feeding the Hungry
On the Move
Nene are doing so well on Kauai, some may be moved to help repopulate other islands.
CD Reviews: The Throwdowns and Linus
Birth of a Tradition
The Na Hoku O Hawaii Music Festival will debut this May.
Things to do in May in Hawaii
This month celebrate Mom, watch a baby crawling contest, browse books by local authors or check out centuries old European lace.
Letters to the Editor
Editor's Page: Spring Forward
This spring brings changes at HONOLULU Magazine, to our staff and our pages.