October 2005

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40 Things Every Local Must Do

Face it. We're different from the 49 other states. Locals in Hawai'i have their own ideas on everything, from how food should taste to how holidays should be celebrated. We've even got our own way of speaking the English language.

40 Things Every Local Must Do

Don't Ask, Do Tell

Ten questions your doctor isn't asking you-and why the answers can help you get healthier.

HONOLULU Photo Contest 2005

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Jerry Glanville

Chinatown, Our Chinatown

Like the rest of Hawai'i, Honolulu's Chinatown has turned multicultural.


Buy Fresh, Buy Local

It's a simple concept, but supporting Hawai'i's farmers is not as easy as you might think. Here's how you can help.

Traditions and Changes

Something old, something new at HONOLULU.


Music Review

Jake Shimabukuro - Dragon

October Heads Up!

Fabulously Festive

Halloween is just around the corner, but these shops go all out with head-to-toe costumes year round.

Scene: Ulua Theatre

Jason Scott Lee's New Artistic Venture.

River of Life

The truth is, you never know the story of the man on the corner.

Our Town: The Pumehana

An old building gets a whole new hue.

Clipping Service

The Hip-Pocket City

Living on the Big Island, I've learned to love Honolulu even more.

Samurais, Godzilla and Cowboys-oh my!

HIFF celebrates its 25th anniversary, with movies, movies, movies.

Suck 'Em Up!

Where's the beach? Out to sea, so a new initiative in Waikiki is bringing it back.

Who Sunk the Ala Wai?

O'ahu's largest state-run harbor is in dire need of repair.

Banana Macadamia Nut Pudding Cups

Asparagus & Fried Eggs

Fish Packets

Beer Sausage & Cabbage

Zucchini Ribbon Salad

Soybean Hummus

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