November 2017

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Keepers of the Kaona: How These 6 Kumu Preserve Hawai‘i’s Hula Traditions

These kumu hula have worked tirelessly for decades to ensure that the kaona, knowledge and traditional practices shared by their mentors are passed on to the next generation.

4 Entrepreneurs Keeping it Local on O‘ahu’s North Shore

Modern mom & pop businesses work to keep the country country.

Could Hawai‘i’s Endangered Native Crow Be Saved From Extinction?

Saving an endangered species can be inspiring, as seen through the comeback stories of the nēnē and Hawaiian monk seals. Yet conservationists have spent decades working to re-establish Hawai‘i’s last remaining crow—the ‘alalā—in the wild. Last year’s crushing setback underscored the challenges facing those working to save these species from extinction.
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Keepers of the Kaona: How These 6 Kumu Preserve Hawai‘i’s Hula Traditions

These kumu hula have worked tirelessly for decades to ensure that the kaona, knowledge and traditional practices shared by their mentors are passed on to the next generation.

Here’s Why We’re Keeping Our Eye on Artist Lauren Roth

(Sponsored) From fine art to home décor to stylish accessories, Lauren Roth does it all.

International Market Place Did Restaurant Week Hawai‘i 2017 Right

(Sponsored) Restaurant Week may be over, but we're still dreaming about the marketplace's to-die-for dishes.

Afterthoughts: We Go

Time for some new adventures.

Watch Two Mixologists Square Off at FOOD FIGHT! By The Street

(Sponsored) FOOD FIGHT! takes place on Thursday, Nov. 30, 4:30 p.m. at the International Market Place.

6 Holiday Shoes That Sleigh Beyond Christmas Day

Rockin’ around the Christmas tree is easy when you’re wearing Dolce & Gabbanas, Jimmy Choos, Christian Louboutins and other wise men.

Field Notes: Knit Your Socks Off with This Local Group of Knitting Enthusiasts

Field Notes explores Honolulu’s vast and varied scenes and subcultures. This month: Aloha Knitters.

4 Entrepreneurs Keeping it Local on O‘ahu’s North Shore

Modern mom & pop businesses work to keep the country country.

Pai Honolulu in Downtown Serves Familiar Dishes with Unexpected Flavors

Chef Kevin Lee emerges with a progressive dining experience that’s innovative—not fussy.

29 Must-Read Local Books You Won’t Want to Put Down This Holiday Season

Epics, eras and albatrosses—we’ve got your book-lover gift bases covered.

Make Wishes Come True at the 2017 Jingle Rock Run

(Sponsored) Walk, run and wish it forward for local keiki facing life-threatening illnesses.

From Our Files: Moments from Hawai‘i’s Past–November Edition

A look back at Honolulu from November 1917 to 1987. Stories taken from the archives of Paradise of the Pacific and HONOLULU Magazine.

Holiday Gift Guide 2017: 48 Gift Ideas for Everyone on Your List

(Sponsored) Consider their stockings stuffed with holiday shopping ideas in this special section.

Could Hawai‘i’s Endangered Native Crow Be Saved From Extinction?

Saving an endangered species can be inspiring, as seen through the comeback stories of the nēnē and Hawaiian monk seals. Yet conservationists have spent decades working to re-establish Hawai‘i’s last remaining crow—the ‘alalā—in the wild. Last year’s crushing setback underscored the challenges facing those working to save these species from extinction.

Quote Unquote: Habitat for Humanity Director Plans to Build 40 Homes in 5 Years

As executive director of Honolulu Habitat for Humanity, Indiana native Jim Murphy manages a team that builds homes for deserving local families with the help of sponsor organizations, community resources and volunteers. He moved to Hawai‘i with his wife, Leslie, four years ago. His current goal: building 40 houses over the next five years.

Here's a Sneak Peek at International Market Place's Restaurant Week Hawai‘i 2017 Offerings

(Sponsored) Make Your Reservations at International Market Place for Restaurant Week Hawai‘i, Nov. 10–19.

How Creative Lab Hawai‘i is Opening Doors for Local Creatives

(Sponsored) Six fellows from its year-long immersive program participated in the 2017 American Film Market.

Sen. Dan Akaka Refutes Critics, Supports Thirty Meter Telescope in New Memoir

In “One Voice,” the senator recalls his roots and confronts his critics—gently, as is his style—while making the case for a lasting legacy.

Take a 360-Degree Tour of ‘Iolani Palace With New LED Lighting

The palace will offer free tours on Kama‘āina Sunday, Nov. 12, and will be decorated for King Kalākaua’s birthday, Nov. 16.

The 8 Best Things To Do in November 2017

This month, check out a new exhibit at Bishop Museum, trot 10 miles, watch local films and more.

Editor’s Page: For Real

We need to know what’s real and what’s fake.
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