September 2014

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Ultimate Guide to Wine Pairing

Master sommeliers share the best wines for every cuisine. Plus, our favorite BYOB restaurants in Hawai‘i and the unwritten rules of BYOB dining.

What Does It Take to Succeed as a Woman in the Male-Dominated World of Hawai‘i Cuisine?

Thoughts from four women who have spent up to 24 years in professional kitchens.

A Day in the Life of an Indie Film Producer: The Making of “Under the Blood Red Sun”

How a low-budget independent film set in World War II-era Hawai‘i comes together through a peek into producer Dana Hankins’ work diary.

Layoffs, Budget Cuts and Aloha Tower: What’s Next for Hawaii Pacific University?

A change in leadership, job cuts, a sharp jump in tuition, and faculty and staff job cuts have shaken Hawaii Pacific University, even as it embarks on an ambitious plan to develop Aloha Tower Marketplace as its new core.

109 Chef Recommended Dishes

Forty-seven chefs recommend their favorite dishes—at their restaurants and around town.

Diamond Head Theatre Celebrates 100 Years of Drama

This year, Diamond Head Theatre celebrates its 100th season. We take a look back on Diamond Head Theatre’s first century... and ahead to the next one.

Fashion Feature: Mix White and Gold For a Sexy, Year-Round Glow

These fashionable pieces will keep you glowing all year-round.
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Departments

Get Wild: Stack Your Fashion Deck With Bold Chokers and Cuff Necklaces

Quiz: Can You Guess The Price of These O‘ahu Rentals?

There’s a price to pay for living in paradise. Can you guess what it is?

5 Honolulu Chefs Answer One Essential Question: “What’s in Your Fridge?”

Find out what these chefs eat when they’re at home.

The Joy of Rediscovering a Piece of Your Teenage Years

Inside a Honolulu Community Garden

Field Notes explores Honolulu’s vast and varied scenes and subcultures. This month: the Makiki Community Garden.

Meet Kaypee Soh, One of Hawai‘i’s Most Admired Home Décor Designers

Female Junior and Senior Paddlers Will Race in Nā Wāhine O Ke Kai for the First Time

Ultimate Guide to Wine Pairing

Master sommeliers share the best wines for every cuisine. Plus, our favorite BYOB restaurants in Hawai‘i and the unwritten rules of BYOB dining.

5 Things Wheel of Fortune Host Pat Sajak Knows About KHON2’s Joe Moore That You Didn’t

Wheel of Fortune host Pat Sajak and local TV newscaster Joe Moore have been friends for more than 40 years. Sajak has learned a few things.

What Does It Take to Succeed as a Woman in the Male-Dominated World of Hawai‘i Cuisine?

Thoughts from four women who have spent up to 24 years in professional kitchens.

A Day in the Life of an Indie Film Producer: The Making of “Under the Blood Red Sun”

How a low-budget independent film set in World War II-era Hawai‘i comes together through a peek into producer Dana Hankins’ work diary.

Stay Trendy With These 8 Minimal-Meets-Metallic Fashion Pieces

Master the runway’s metallic trend.

Layoffs, Budget Cuts and Aloha Tower: What’s Next for Hawaii Pacific University?

A change in leadership, job cuts, a sharp jump in tuition, and faculty and staff job cuts have shaken Hawaii Pacific University, even as it embarks on an ambitious plan to develop Aloha Tower Marketplace as its new core.

109 Chef Recommended Dishes

Forty-seven chefs recommend their favorite dishes—at their restaurants and around town.

New Comic Book Shop: Dragon’s Lair Finds a Home in Mililani

Dragon’s Lair is finding a comic book market in suburban Mililani.

Meet the First Waianae High School Graduate Admitted to Harvard University Since 1980

Aiea’s New Public Library Preserves Its Sugar Plantation Past

Aiea’s new public library was built on the site of a sugar mill. And it shows.

Texting While Driving in Hawai‘i? Watch Out For These Most Common Times and Places to Get Fined

It took lawmakers a year to revise a bill cracking down on drivers using mobile devices. We asked for a year’s worth of citations to uncover the most common places and times to get a ticket. Consider yourself warned.

Da Meter: What’s Hot and What’s Not in Honolulu

Gauging what’s hot and what’s not in Honolulu.

Diamond Head Theatre Celebrates 100 Years of Drama

This year, Diamond Head Theatre celebrates its 100th season. We take a look back on Diamond Head Theatre’s first century... and ahead to the next one.

Editor’s Page: The Right Reasons

A pig farmer, a chef and Hawaii executives talk about work.

The 8 Best Things To Do in Honolulu This Month

From the Miss Chinatown pageant to a country superstar, September 2014 is filled with some major girl power! (And wine. No girls’ night out is complete without wine.)

Fashion Feature: Mix White and Gold For a Sexy, Year-Round Glow

These fashionable pieces will keep you glowing all year-round.
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