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September 2020: Table of Contents

  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…

August 2020: Table of Contents

  Lē‘ahi. Photo: Getty Images. Photo composite: James Nakamura Features Rethinking Hawai‘i The pandemic shutdown devastated our economy but also abruptly reduced our trash consumption and energy use, reignited the fervor for local agriculture and revitalized areas suddenly uncluttered by…

June/July 2020: Table of Contents

  The June/July issue of HONOLULU Magazine will be available in late June, on newsstands or at shop.honolulumagazine.com. Subscribe to the print and digital editions now.   Marie Hathaway, paramedic supervisor at Metro One EMS, transported one…

February 2020: Table of Contents

Image: Aaron K. Yoshino   Features Lāhui Reawakening It’s the largest movement since Native Hawaiians fought the military bombing of Kaho‘olawe in the 1970s. Now the visibility of the conflict over Maunakea has rallied the lāhui to stand up against…

December 2019: Table of Contents

Image: Aaron K. Yoshino   Features Will Hawai‘i Make Waves at the Olympics? The countdown has begun for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics’ new surfing competition. What does this mean for Hawai‘i’s top surfers? What are their odds? Here’s what we…

November 2019: Table of Contents

Image: Aaron K. Yoshino   Features Saviors of the Lost Arts While hula and lei making thrive, other ancient Hawaiian traditions are disappearing. Meet four practitioners who are fighting to keep their arts alive. by jayna omaye   The Doctor…

October 2019: Table of Contents

Image: Aaron K. Yoshino   Features Hollywood Ending Last year was Hawai‘i’s most lucrative year to date for film production. So why are we setting limits that some say will keep studios away? by JAMES CHARISMA SEE ALSO:  The 10…

September 2019: Table of Contents

Features Fall’s Story Line Take a page from this season’s runways and cozy up to bookish blazers, romantic flourishes and lapidary jewel hues. by STAcey Makiya and Brie Thalmann   The 2019 Hale ‘Aina Awards For more than three decades,…

August 2019: Table of Contents

  Photo: Aaron K. Yoshino   Features Hawai‘i Made We’re more than ‘ukulele, mac nuts and Kona coffee, although we love all three. Here’s a look at a few unusual industries making waves in the Islands, as well as some…

July 2019: Table of Contents

Video: Aaron K. Yoshino   Features Flock Together On private lands across Hawai‘i, generations of families and ranchers have hosted and cared for the endangered nēnē, playing a key role in bringing our state bird back from the brink of…

June 2019: Table of Contents

This photo: Aaron K. Yoshino / Cover photo: Nolan Omura   Features Paint the Town It’s not just about massive murals. Some Hawai‘i artists are going smaller scale with their street art. by james charisma   For the Records The…

May 2019: Table of Contents

  Features Living Small Over the past decade, small-space living seized the national spotlight with TV shows, books, blogs and businesses focused on the trend. Locally, making do with fewer square feet has long been a fact of life for…

April 2019: Table of Contents

  Features Grading the Public Schools We’ve ranked Hawai‘i’s public schools using official state Department of Education data. How does your school measure up?   Class Acts Learning centers and Hawaiian language immersion are among the programs that show that…

March 2019: Table of Contents

Features Special Section: Annual All-Island Restaurant Guide Our annual insert celebrates all the delicious dining options Hawai‘i offers. This year, we found 16 dishes that spotlight trending local ingredients, the best Taco Tuesday deals around town, the story behind six…