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September 2020: Table of Contents



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September Cover

Dr. Tarquin Collis, the head of infectious disease at Kaiser Permanente and one of our Top Doctors this year. Read more about him and find the full list of Top Doctors. 
Photo: Aaron K. Yoshino.
Hair and makeup: Risa Hoshino. 

Features


Fall Fashion: Joy Story

This year, the fashion world is focusing on stories of hope, happiness and the return of bubble hems. Following the feel-good trend, we feature five amazing creatives—in the season’s best styles—who share what joy looks like on them.

BY STACEY MAKIYA

 

Loopholes in Paradise

Illegal vacation rentals have worsened Hawai‘i’s affordable housing shortage while contributing to an overrun of visitors. One year after a law limiting the short-term rentals passed, we check in on its effects.

by Don Wallace

 

Medical Detectives

While the ever-changing nature of COVID-19 has proven frustrating around the world, it’s also the challenge that infectious disease specialists have been training for their entire career. Three Hawai‘i doctors talk about mystery illnesses, diagnostic breakthroughs and practicing in a pandemic.

by cynthia wessendorf

 

Top Doctors

We turned to Castle Connolly Medical Ltd. to provide us with a list of the Top Doctors in Hawai‘i. Here are 540 physicians in 64 specialties.

 

honolulu fashion feature

Fashion designer Emily Jaime of Yireh. Find what brings joy to her and four other local creatives.
photo: harold julian

 

Calabash


Nothing But Net

Sept. 1 marks open season for fishing moi (Pacific threadfin), ula (spiny lobster), ula pāpapa (slipper lobster) and Kona crab.

 

September Picks

Start the fall by pedaling in an epic bike ride, supporting local breweries, helping to make our beaches pristine and more.

By Katie Kenny

 

Shelf Lives

Local authors give us new perspectives on Hawai‘i’s final queen, one of Hawai‘i’s most notorious crimes and life for Japanese Americans in World War II.

By Robbie Dingeman and Christi Young

 

Da Meter

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

 

Home Games

Seats on the 50-yard line might be easier to get this year—in your living room. Whether you’re tailgating safely spaced out in a stadium parking lot or with a few fans at home, these snacks will help you get your grill on. Insert end zone dance here.

By Christi Young

 

From Our Files

For 133 years HONOLULU Magazine has kept its readers and advertisers at the vanguard of fashion, insight and fun. Starting out as Paradise of the Pacific in 1888 with a commission from King Kalākaua, we’re the oldest continually publishing magazine west of the Mississippi. Take a look into our archives.

By Brie Thalmann

 

‘Ono


Out in the Open

Ube beer, sake and mead: Three engineers, a scientist and a beekeeper concoct new Hawai‘i brews.

by martha cheng and katrina valcourt

 

Opinion


Editor’s Page: Really, 2020?!

With a hurricane heading our way, I can’t help but think, what next?

BY CHRISTI YOUNG

 

Afterthoughts: Pajama Party

I love being able to vote without having to get dressed.

by KATRINA VALCOURT

 

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