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November 2018: Table of Contents



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HONOLULU Magazine November 2018 Cover

Climb into the cockpit of a T6 Texan during Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum’s annual Open Cockpit Day. Learn what else you can do at Honolulu’s museums IN OUR NOVEMBER  COVER STORY.
Photo: Olivier Koning.

Features

Insider’s Guide to Honolulu Museums

Sleepovers, picnics, rare evening tours, reenactments in a cemetery—Honolulu’s museums offer more than just exhibits. Here’s what you didn’t know about intriguing archives and experiences at local museums large and small.

by JAMES CHARISMA, ROBBIE DINGEMAN, JAYNA OMAYE, KATRINA VALCOURT, DON WALLACE AND CHRISTI YOUNG

 

Boki’s Beans

It’s one of Hawai‘i’s most coveted crops, but do you know how the coffee plant made its way here? The roots of Kona coffee stretch back nearly 200 years to a tragic trip across the Atlantic, an imaginative Hawaiian governor, a British grower and a café.

by EDWARD D. MELILLO​​

 

Calabash

November Picks

Mark your calendar for a lineup of comedy, concerts, fashion, film and more happening this month.

By MARISA HEUNG

 

Hidden Gems From the Kalākaua Era

This emerald-and-garnet necklace is fit for a queen. But the story of how it traveled through the hands of as many as three queens (and possibly a czar) has local museum experts hunting through history.

BY christi young

 

Da Meter

Gauging what’s hot and what’s not in Honolulu.

BY HONOLULU MAGAZINE STAFF

 

Hurricane Spares—and Strikes

Maybe we should hang on to all those emergency supplies we bought earlier, because it could be climate change is opening a fast lane for hurricanes to hit O‘ahu.

BY don wallace

 

Quote Unquote: Kamakani De Dely

As one of Hawai‘i’s few bomb disposal technicians, Kamakani De Dely puts his life on the line defusing unexploded military ordnance. But outside of his day job, he builds costumes, prosthetics and visual effects for shows such as Marvel’s Inhumans and Hawai‘i Five-0 and for OnceFound FX, the state’s first special effects and makeup studio and supply store, which De Dely founded.

by james charisma

 

Field Notes

Field Notes explores Honolulu’s vast and varied scenes and subcultures. This month: the Mālama Maunalua community huki.

BY katrina valcourt

 

Style

Primary Covers

Cool coats and coverups, our favorite finds from local museum gift shops and more.

By stacey Makiya and brie thalmann

 

Spaces

Staycation Chic

Here’s how you can emulate trendy hotel vibes at home.

BY BRIE THALMANN

 

‘Ono: Food and Dining

Quick Bites

The tales of a butcher, two bakers and a gourmet plate lunch maker.

By Robbie dingeman, catherine toth fox and don wallace​. Photos by david croxford and louis scheer

 

Opinion

Editor’s Page: Hands-On History

Think visiting a Honolulu museum is a spectator sport? That’s history.

BY CHRISTI YOUNG

 

Inside HONOLULU: Striking Twice

It’s no surprise that kumu hula Puanani Alama appeared on the cover of our magazine. Only she’d done it once before, when she was just 15 years old.

By robbie dingeman

 

Afterthoughts: Dancing Room Only

Nothing compares to taking part in the action.

By Katrina Valcourt

From Our Files

HONOLULU Magazine and Paradise of the Pacific—chronicling the Islands since 1888.

BY JAYNA OMAYE

 

 

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