October 2018: Table of Contents
Top: The Moana in 1920. Present-day Subscribers only. Bottom: King Street in 1910. Archival photos courtesy of the Hawai‘i State Archives.
Top Photo: AARON K. YOSHINO. Bottom Present day photo: JAMES NAKAMURA.
Looking back ... and forward at our city.
by robbie dingeman
Only a quarter of STEM jobs in the U.S. are filled by women. Here are six making a difference in Hawai‘i.
by kim steutermann rogers
Let’s be honest—when it comes to medical care, we don’t always understand who we need to see. From internists vs. geriatricians to ophthalmologists vs. optometrists, HONOLULU asked the experts about what it takes to build a top team of doctors.
by cassidy keola
Learn about veganism, carboload on pasta and cut loose with a hard rock legend.
By cassidy keola
An update on Hawai‘i’s cell phone law.
BY Jayna omaye
Gauging what’s hot and what’s not in Honolulu.
BY HONOLULU MAGAZINE STAFF
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.
interview By Robbie Dingeman
Field Notes explores Honolulu’s vast and varied scenes and subcultures. This month: Mākālei Beach Park.
BY Don Wallace
Surviving with Style
Our fashion community tells us about the breast cancer survivors who have inspired them. Plus, a new store in Waikīkī and Tori Richard’s keiki line.
By stacey Makiya and brie thalmann
‘Ono: Food and Dining
Peter Merriman’s eponymous restaurant finally hits Honolulu. Here’s what you should order.
By catherine toth fox
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.
BY CHRISTI YOUNG
The toughest stories sometimes come in tiny packages.
By Don Wallace
If you’re going to target a misdemeanor, I’ve got a better idea.
By Katrina Valcourt
From Our Files
HONOLULU Magazine and Paradise of the Pacific—chronicling the Islands since 1888.
BY cassidy keola