November 2012: Table of Contents
911 for the Life Aquatic
When whales get beached or entangled in fishing lines, when dolphins wash ashore or a baby monk seal is found abandoned—who you gonna call? The Marine Mammal Response Network.
by david thompson
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 sites.
by kathryn drury wagner
Where You Wen Grad?
Oh, high school. Is there any other time in our lives for which we’re so nostalgic, and yet so glad is over? We combed through almost 100 years’ worth of Hawai‘i yearbooks to find what’s changed about the local high-school experience, and what’s stayed exactly the same.
by michael keany
Honolulu in 1888
This feature is a time machine: Step inside to see and hear what daily life was like 125 years ago, when HONOLULU Magazine was first published.
by lavonne leong
Editor’s Page: Looking Back
As far as 1888, when this magazine was born.
by a. kam napier
Our readers respond.
1, 2, 3, grow!
Get out and go.
The Architecture Center opens.
The Outdoor Circle Turns 100
Field Notes: Ladies Night at Aiea Bowl
Cheese and wine accessories, top model Leilani Bishop, packing for cold weather and yoga-inspired goodies.
by stacey makiya and brie thalmann
Dining: The Hawaiian Plate: Explained
Kalua pig, lau lau, lomi salmon, poi: How the now classic Hawaiian plate lunch came to be.
by martha cheng
From Our Files
HONOLULU Magazine and Paradise of the Pacific—chronicling the Islands since 1888.
by maria kanai
Afterthoughts: Rear View Mirror
Objects of the past may be closer than they appear.
by michael keany
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