October 2018

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Casual Bistro Meets Fine Dining at Merriman’s First O‘ahu Location

Eat, drink and be Merriman’s.

Making Waves: 6 Women in Hawai‘i with Careers in STEM Share Their Stories

Only a quarter of STEM jobs in the U.S. are filled by women. Here are six making a difference in Hawai‘i.

Hawai‘i Then and Now: Portraits of O‘ahu’s Past

Disappearing Diamond Head, a historic fire in Chinatown and mule-drawn trolleys. We look back ... and forward at Honolulu.

Women’s Health in Hawai‘i: The Doctors and Specialists You Want on Your Team

Let’s be honest—we don’t always understand who we should see when it comes to medical care. From internists vs. geriatricians to ophthalmologists vs. optometrists, we asked the experts about the specialists women may want to add to their team.
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Swing Dancing Returns to O‘ahu in the Nineties and More From Hawai‘i’s History

A look back at Honolulu from 1948 to 2003. Stories taken from the archives of the Paradise of the Pacific and HONOLULU Magazine.

Casual Bistro Meets Fine Dining at Merriman’s First O‘ahu Location

Eat, drink and be Merriman’s.

Making Waves: 6 Women in Hawai‘i with Careers in STEM Share Their Stories

Only a quarter of STEM jobs in the U.S. are filled by women. Here are six making a difference in Hawai‘i.

Hawai‘i Then and Now: Portraits of O‘ahu’s Past

Disappearing Diamond Head, a historic fire in Chinatown and mule-drawn trolleys. We look back ... and forward at Honolulu.

Women’s Health in Hawai‘i: The Doctors and Specialists You Want on Your Team

Let’s be honest—we don’t always understand who we should see when it comes to medical care. From internists vs. geriatricians to ophthalmologists vs. optometrists, we asked the experts about the specialists women may want to add to their team.

Afterthoughts: Road Rage

If you’re going to target a misdemeanor, I’ve got a better idea.

Store Spotlight: 45R Hawai‘i at International Market Place in Waikīkī

Style and heritage merge at 45R Hawai‘i.

For the Keiki: Tori Richard Launches New Tropical Fashion Line For Kids

Tori Richard takes a turn for the tiny.

10 Days. 9 Eateries. Endless Flavors.

(Sponsored) Nov. 9 through 18, International Market Place celebrates Restaurant Week Hawai‘i with special menus and prices at participating eateries.

2019 Hawai‘i College Guide

(Sponsored) Your guide to navigating the admissions process, financial aid applications, preparing for college, avoiding the Freshman 15, building a network and more. Plus, get an insider perspective on studying abroad.

Mana Up’s Holiday Showcase Is Your Chance to Shop Local for Christmas

(Sponsored) On Friday, Nov. 2, head to T Galleria By DFS Hawai‘i to support local entrepreneurs and discover the latest trending Island products.

Reyn Spooner’s Exclusive Hawai‘i Food & Wine Festival Alohawear Honors Local Heritage

(Sponsored) The official Hawai‘i Food & Wine Festival collection features apparel for men and women, culinary accessories and more.

Inside HONOLULU: Life at the Smallest Park in Our City

The toughest stories sometimes come in tiny packages.

Quote Unquote: Backstage with Diamond Head Theatre’s Costume Director

Diamond Head Theatre costume director Karen Wolfe recalls being very grumpy about receiving a sewing machine as a gift when she was 12 years old. But a family love for performing and musicals, combined with Singer sewing lessons, helped. Since 1985, she’s been conjuring up stage costumes full time—and enjoying the drama on- and off-stage.

Easterseals Hawai‘i Fête: Brunch & Bloom Is a Festive, Fun Twist on Fundraising

(Sponsored) Support a great cause this Saturday at Easterseals Hawai‘i’s inaugural fundraising fête at the Four Seasons Resort O‘ahu at Ko Olina.

Neighborhood of the Month: Kaka‘ako

(Sponsored) From your neighborhood experts at Locations.

Herringbone Wins Hale ‘Aina Award for Best New Restaurant

(Sponsored) On Sunday, Sept. 30, the Waikīkī restaurant celebrated its first Hale ‘Aina accolade with new executive chef Gary Tamashiro.

Field Notes: This Little Park Below Diamond Head Road is a Hidden Outdoor Gem

Field Notes explores Honolulu’s vast and varied scenes and subcultures. This month: Mākālei Beach Park.

The 8 Best Things to Do in October 2018

Learn about veganism, carboload on pasta and cut loose with a hard rock legend.

Shop Local Treats and New Goods at the 2018 Fall Food & New Product Show

(Sponsored) Friday, Oct. 12, through Sunday, Oct. 14, at the Blaisdell Exhibition Hall.

Are You One of the 114 Cited for Crossing the Street While Looking at a Mobile Device?

One year after it became illegal to look at your phone in a crosswalk, we check on Honolulu’s “cell phone law” and other mobile device-related legislation.

Editor’s Page: For the Records

It took a HONOLULU assignment to get me into the Hawai‘i State Archives. It may take a force of nature to get me out.

October 2018: Table of Contents

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