November 2011: Table of Contents
On the Rocks: The Opihi Story
What’s going on underneath those shells? From gastronomy to conservation to evolutionary biology, we pry the secrets out of these little limpets.
by david thompson
The Way We Lived: 100 Years of Honolulu History in Photos
We found photos that show how Honoluluans dressed, ate, worked and played.
by tiffany hill, michael keany and a. kam napier
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 memories of Hubba Hubba’s lurid past.
by charles memminger
Hawaii’s Most Endangered Historic Places
The Historic Hawaii Foundation, the state Historic Preservation Division and HONOLULU Magazine compile an annual list of some of our state’s most endangered places.
by victoria wiseman
Editor’s Page: Time Travel
100 years ago, Honolulu seemed more 19th century than 20th. Amazing things were coming.
by a. kam napier
Our readers respond.
It’s whale season again.
Reasons to get out and go in November
Realist art blooms on the Windward Side
Hawaii’s most popular baby names
Hawaii TEDx Talks
An open letter to APEC attendees
A new take on Hawaiiana furniture
Honolulu Symphony: resurrected?
World War II wrecks and Vietnam veterans
Hospice for kids
A turtle debate
Hawaii’s most dangerous beaches
Best of Biting Commentary
Field Guide: Karaoke
Dining: Vegivore Month
Forget the gray Brussels sprouts of your childhood. These high-end restaurants prepare vegetables you’ll actually want to eat.
by john heckathorn
From Our Files
HONOLULU Magazine and Paradise of the Pacific—chronicling the Islands since 1888.
by tiffany hill
Afterthoughts: In Praise of the Red Cup
It’s more than a party essential; it’s a symbol of civic compromise.
by michael keany
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