November 2011

Features

Photo Essay: Everyday Life in 20th Century Honolulu

Photo Essay: Everyday Life in 20th Century Honolulu

This is how we lived in 20th century Honolulu.

Hawaii's Most Endangered Historic Places

Hawaii's Most Endangered Historic Places

Each year, we look for our state’s most endangered historic places through a partnership with the Historic Hawaii Foundation and the State Historic Preservation Division.

The Opihi Shellfish Story

The Opihi Shellfish Story

What’s going on underneath those shells? From gastronomy to conservation to evolutionary biology, we pry the secrets out of these little limpets.

The Last Days of Club Hubba Hubba

The Last Days of Club Hubba Hubba

After a thorough renovation, about all that's left of Honolulu's most infamous strip club is the legendary neon sign out front, and the memories of Hubba Hubba's lurid past.

Departments

News: Oahu's Safest and Most Dangerous Beaches

Based on the number of annual rescues per 100,000 visitors in 2010.

News: Hawaiian Music's Future After Borders

Music Crunch: Borders’ closing means new challenges for Hawaiian music.

Health: A Century of Care with Palama Settlement

This month marks the 100th anniversary of local nonprofit Palama Settlement’s incorporation.

Health: Kid-Size Care with Hospice Hawaii

Hospice Hawaii not only cares for terminally ill adults, but now children, too.

Opinion: An Open Letter to APEC Attendees

Welcome, APEC attendees!

Food: Best Bites in Honolulu

We’re covering Oahu food news every weekday on our daily dining blog, Biting Commentary. Here are a few of our favorite recent discoveries. Check out more at honolulumagazine.com.

Around Town: Afterthoughts: In Praise of the Red Cup

It’s more than a party essential, it’s a symbol of civic compromise.

Around Town: Things to Do in November in Hawaii

Get Out and Go: Eating mochi, practicing yoga, singing along to “Wicked Game” and honoring U.S. veterans. There’s something for everyone out there this month.

Arts: Realist Art at Windward Community College

Realism Rises: For a growing number of local Honolulu artists, the most exciting painting techniques are the oldest ones.

Shopping: Woodworking with Honolulu Furniture Co.

Hawaiiana Furniture: A local furniture company brings Hawaiiana into the 21st century.

Music Review: CD Reviews: Raiatea Helm and The Green

Music reviews of Raiatea Helm and The Green.

Environment: De-Listing the Hawaiian Green Sea Turtle?

Turtle Troubles… Over?: It’s been illegal to hunt honu for decades. Some say it’s been long enough.

Environment: Humpback Whales Return to Hawaii

Watch out!: November marks the official return of the humpback whales to Hawaii waters.

Dining: A Month of Vegetarian Cuisine

Vegivore Month: Three high-end restaurants take vegetarian cuisine from earthy to ethereal.

From Our Files

The November archives from our files of Paradise of the Pacific and HONOLULU Magazine.