September 2011

Features

The Bed and Breakfast Battle in Hawaii

The Bed and Breakfast Battle in Hawaii

A new city bill purports to solve the simmering issue, but it still won’t be enough. The real problem? The city can’t enforce the current law. We tell you why.

Interviews with the Hula Experts

Interviews with the Hula Experts

For more than a decade, the Hula Preservation Society has been interviewing, and videotaping, hula’s most respected elders, capturing their knowledge, their memories and their stories. The result...

Drinks and Pupu in Hawaii

Drinks and Pupu in Hawaii

Pupu on the Rocks: You can’t always judge a great drinks and pupu place from the outside.

What Can You Get for $1 Million?

What Can You Get for $1 Million?

What Can You Get for $1 Million?: How far will a cool million take you when you’re shopping for a house on Oahu?

Departments

Letters to the Editor: Feedback

Our story on Honolulu’s elevated rail program, estimated to be a $5.3-billion project, has continued to garner controversy among our readers.

Dining Reviews: Drinks and Pupu in Hawaii

Pupu on the Rocks: You can’t always judge a great drinks and pupu place from the outside.

Around Town: Things to Do in September in Hawaii

Eat, drink and be merry this month with a sake tasting, culinary events and a celebration of all things rice-related.

Arts: Kailua Native Produces New Underwater Photo Exhibit

Floating Riches: Christy Lee Rogers, who grew up in Kailua, Hawaii, produces otherworldly, mesmerizing images in “An Underwater Odyssey,” her newest body of work.

Field Notes: Field Guide: Moiliili

Here are a few places you can enjoy a cup of tea, shop for books or make some pots in the Moiliili area.

Afterthoughts: Afterthoughts: And, in Conclusion

That last paragraph is always the tricky part.