HONOLULU Magazine - April 2008 April 1, 2008 Site Staff Weekend Wonders Styled and Written by Kathryn Drury Wagner, Photography by David Croxford, Simple, stylish fashions and designated color palettes make packing for your next jaunt a pleasure. Rogues, Rascals and Villains Michael Keany, Jenny de Jesús, A. Kam Napier, A roundup of Hawaii’s most notorious baddies from loveable hucksters to cold-blooded killers. Dancing the Finnish Tangö John Heckathorn, There’s no lutefisk at Göran Streng’s new Kakaako restaurant—just upscale comfort food. Shoot the Messenger Kathryn Drury Wagner, managing editor, Why Hawaii should say “No, thanks” to federal funds for abstinence-only sex education. Field Guide: Laie Jenny de Jesús, When you feel like getting out—way out—of town, take a drive north to this sleepy town. From Our Files Ronna Bolante, April Archives Changing Direction Catherine E. Toth, Surfing helps steer at-risk youth into healthier waters. Ahead of the Curve Sheila Sarhangi, Charles Keeling’s groundbreaking work at Mauna Loa. New Titles Kathryn Drury Wagner, Honolulu Stories and Eddie Wen' Go: The Story of the Upside-Down Canoe Kristine Altwies Nicholson Lavonne Leong, Q&A with the Executive director of Hawaii International Child Remembering a Legend Michael Keany, Genoa Keawe: 1918-2008 Nancy Bannick rew Rose, Honolulu’s community leaders wonder who’ll carry on the work of the city’s most passionate preservationist. 7 Reasons to Get out Jenny de Jesús, April 2008 Anniversary Party Site Staff, Halau I Ka Wekiu took top honors at the Merrie Monarch Festival in Hilo. This year, the Honolulu-based halau will take a break from competition to celebrate its 10th anniversary. Letters Site Staff, ... on genetically modified taro and the media coverage of Lisa Matsumoto's death. Editor's Page: A. Kam Napier, editor, Increasingly, car owners are on the wrong side of the tracks. Beach Chic Michael Keany, This Kailua home mixes relaxed oceanfront living with a sophisticated style, making it a resort for two. Playing Before Royalty Ian MacMillan, New fiction from one of Hawaii's most respected authors.