November 2019

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Can Telemedicine Save the Medical Care Crisis in Hawai‘i?

Conventional attempts to remedy the physicians shortage in Hawai‘i have failed. Now we face a whole new philosophy in how medicine is delivered—including trading face time with doctors for video consultations. All ideas are on the table, including shorter and less rigorous training for some doctors. But time and money are running out.

Will These 4 Hawaiian Traditions Disappear Forever?

While hula and lei making thrive, other ancient Hawaiian traditions are disappearing. Some survive only through the work of a few passionate teachers. The Office of Hawaiian Affairs hopes to bolster these cultural practices with a soon-to-be-released directory of artists, instructors and experts. Meet four of those practitioners who are fighting to keep their ancient arts alive.
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Uber, Venmo and Now Online Medical Care—Am I Ready?

If reaching a doctor 24/7 is as simple as turning on a computer, why aren’t more of us doing it?

Can Telemedicine Save the Medical Care Crisis in Hawai‘i?

Conventional attempts to remedy the physicians shortage in Hawai‘i have failed. Now we face a whole new philosophy in how medicine is delivered—including trading face time with doctors for video consultations. All ideas are on the table, including shorter and less rigorous training for some doctors. But time and money are running out.

We Can Thank Ralph Goto for Honolulu’s World-Class Ocean Safety and Lifeguard Services Division

The OG Aquaman.

The Traditional Filipino Feast at Dana’s Restaurant in Waipahu Leaves No Room for Dessert

Forks optional.

I Grew Up in Hawai‘i. So Why Do I Feel Guilty Hitting Up Local Tourist Attractions?

I’m local, I swear!

Will These 4 Hawaiian Traditions Disappear Forever?

While hula and lei making thrive, other ancient Hawaiian traditions are disappearing. Some survive only through the work of a few passionate teachers. The Office of Hawaiian Affairs hopes to bolster these cultural practices with a soon-to-be-released directory of artists, instructors and experts. Meet four of those practitioners who are fighting to keep their ancient arts alive.

50 Days as an Intern at HONOLULU Magazine

My 10-week internship included impromptu office yoga, designer samples and award-winning snacks.

Use This Online Tool to Research Local Businesses You Want to Hire

(Sponsored) Before you spend a cent or sign a contract, check out new businesses, individuals or licensed professionals with the Hawai‘i Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs BusinessCheck.

Meet the Boozy Brand That’s Bringing Ready-to-Drink Craft Cocktails to Hawai‘i

(Sponsored) On the Rocks Premium Cocktails is taking the bartender out of the mix.

UNIQLO Hawaii Has Everyday Essentials for Everyone On Your Holiday List

(Sponsored) From Island-inspired graphic tees to winter-ready down jackets, the Japanese global retailer makes finding gifts a breeze.

O‘ahu in 1947: The Coconut Island International Club

Before it housed the Hawai‘i Institute of Marine Biology, the island off the Windward Side was slated to be a playground for the nation’s researchers and wealthy.

Can You Guess How Many Pies Lee’s Bakery and Kitchen in Chinatown Sells on Thanksgiving Day in Honolulu?

A good day to pie hard.

November 2019: Table of Contents

The 26 Best Things to Do on O‘ahu in November

A couple of throwback concerts, a magical musical and movie experience, healthy getaways and more make for some eclectic choices this month.
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