October 2012: Table of Contents
Get Smart: How to Do Everything Better in Honolulu
There’s always a better “you” out there. Someone who can work better, whip up a tastier meal or even rock harder at karaoke. Start with any one of these 32 upcoming or ongoing classes and see what happens.
by maria kanai
Single in the City
We step into the often thrilling, sometimes taxing world of dating in Honolulu. Here are tales from the front lines of being single, whether you’re 26 or 88, straight or gay, looking for love or just looking.
by tiffany hill and christine hitt
Editor’s Page: You-niversity
Our guide to self-improvement in Honolulu.
by a. kam napier
Our readers respond.
Get out and go.
Q&A: Mayoral candidate Kirk Caldwell
Books: Hawaiian Music & Musicians
Tasty new local treats
Field Notes: The Waikiki Neighborhood Board Meeting
Dining: Tour de Eats
Here’s an idea: You don’t have to have your full meal at one restaurant. You can eat one course, get up and go (don’t forget to pay!), and move on to the next restaurant. Call it progressive dining, or call it a food crawl. Master sommelier Patrick Okubo calls it “the best of everything.”
by martha chang
Halloween? Bah humbug.
by michael keany