September 2012

Features

The 25 Greatest Hawaii Albums of the New Century

The 25 Greatest Hawaii Albums of the New Century

Here are HONOLULU Magazine's 25 Greatest Hawaii Albums of the New Century.

New craft beer bars open in Honolulu: Aloha Beer, Real a Gastropub, Pint and Jigger

New craft beer bars open in Honolulu: Aloha Beer, Real a Gastropub, Pint and Jigger

Ale-loha!: We welcome two new gastropubs and a brew pub to Honolulu.

Departments

News: Leave Us Alone, Kiosk People!

Ala Moana Center, we love you. Why are you trying to make us feel bad? Tone down the kiosk people.

News: Hurricane Iniki: 20 Years Later

It’s been two decades since Sept. 11, 1992, that cataclysmic day when Hurricane Iniki devastated Kauai with widespread flooding, storm surge and 145 mph winds. With the anniversary upon us, we...

News: Free Music Lessons for Keiki in Hawaii

Classical Keiki: Nonprofit provides free after-school music lessons to children.

News: Editor's Page: Hawaii’s Own Sound

How we named the best new albums in the Islands.

Around Town: Slackline Practice at Aweoweo Beach Park

Oh, the Suspense: Slackline enthusiast Joe Segal keeps his balance at Aweoweo Beach Park.

Around Town: Things to Do in September in Hawaii

Enjoy your first month of fall with festivals, fashion and Frankenstein.

Arts: Honolulu Teacher Becomes YouTube Sensation

History Remixed: Local teacher becomes YouTube sensation.

Shopping: Menswear-Inspired Fall Fashion in Honolulu

Look Sharp!: From smartly tailored trousers and button-downs to oversized watches and brogues, fall’s boyish good looks will have you reaching for menswear-inspired staples at every turn.

Books: Fall Book Recommendations for Honolulu Residents

These are the book recommendations for A Shark Going Inland Is My Chief by Patrick Vinton Kirch and We Go Jam by the Hawaii Council for the Humanities in our September 2012 issue.

From Our Files

The September 2012 archives from our files of Paradise of the Pacific and HONOLULU Magazine.

Afterthoughts: Afterthoughts: Risky Business

When an arcade’s not really an arcade.