October 2012

Features

Get Smart: How To Do Everything Better in Honolulu (and Beyond)

Tour de Eats: Food Crawl around Honolulu

Take in the city, three (or four) restaurants at a time.

Singles Dating in Honolulu

We step into the often thrilling, sometimes taxing world of dating in Honolulu. Here are tales from the frontlines of the singles world—whether you’re 26 or 88, straight or gay, looking for love, or just looking—in Honolulu now.

Departments

Designs from 19th & Whimsy at Ward Centers

Artistic Housewares in Honolulu

Arting Ways: From painterly fashions to graphic-design-minded housewares, creativity reigns in these art-inspired finds.

Office Accessories: Big in Japan

Halloween Party Picks in Honolulu, Hawaii

It’s the season to party, so grab a costume, put on some makeup or throw a box on you and call yourself “soap.” Here are our picks for the best Halloween parties, all-month long.

Get Smart: How To Do Everything Better in Honolulu (and Beyond)

Haunted House Makeup Artist from Hawaii Plantation Village

Afterthoughts: Boooooo.

Halloween? Bah humbug.

New Boutiques for Keiki and Family Fashions Open in Honolulu

Opening Acts: Two new boutiques settle in nicely, offering up cool rides for tots and stylish family fashions.

Books: Hawaiian Music and Musicians: An Encyclopedic History

Field Notes: Gripes and Grievances at the Waikiki Neighborhood Board

Field Notes takes inside looks at the scenes and subcultures of Honolulu. This month: the Waikiki Neighborhood Board.

New Foodie Finds Arrive in Honolulu

Try these locally made products from Adoboloco, Maui Preserved and Manoa Chocolate

Q&A with Honolulu Mayoral Candidate Kirk Caldwell

HONOLULU talks with mayoral candidate Kirk Caldwell about rail—is it over?—how we’re going to pay for sewer improvements, and being compared to Mufi Hannemann.

Singles Dating in Honolulu

We step into the often thrilling, sometimes taxing world of dating in Honolulu. Here are tales from the frontlines of the singles world—whether you’re 26 or 88, straight or gay, looking for love, or just looking—in Honolulu now.

Things to Do in October in Hawaii

October is a patchwork of cultural events. This month, hear a good story, learn how to fish, get super scared, watch aerial acrobats and drink kava.

Editor's Page: You-niversity

Our guide to self-improvement in Honolulu.