November 2007

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Houseguests From Hell: When Our Friends and Family Come to Visit Hawai‘i

"Make yourself at home." How many times have you said that very phrase to your houseguests? It's a singulary gracious sentiment, with only one problem: Someone might take you up on it.
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November 2007

From Our Files

November archives

Looking Back

History comes alive, in this issue and in the Islands.

Jump-start Your Day!

Have trouble getting into gear in the morning? Crank up your routine with these men’s grooming products.

Name Over?

Many of the world’s great cities— Vancouver, London, San Francisco, New York—have places called Chinatown. I’m proud Honolulu is one of them.

Val's Way

Honolulu gets the first look at an international tribute to the icon of postwar Hawaiian architecture.

Potted Pleasures

Turn drab spaces into compact, low-maintenance sanctuaries.

Books for Every Mood

Liquid Roots

The third generation of the Ho family shows no signs of getting out of the surf.


Even if you don’t surf, there’s plenty to do in this historic North Shore town.

Greener Pastors and Go Fish

A national initiative helps local congregations see the connection between faith and fluorescent bulbs.
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