Honolulu Magazine - April 2009 April 1, 2009 Site Staff Web Exclusive: Top 10 Unique Pet Products Renee Lee, Forget the average squeaky toy or scratching post. It’s time to get your pet something as unique as their personality. Web Exclusive: A Honolulu Tea Party Tiffany Hill, Protesters gather at the State Capitol in opposition of taxes, bailouts and pork barreling. Web Exclusive: Kawaii-Kon Tiffany Hill, It feels like Halloween at the fifth annual Kawaii-Kon conference at the Hawaii Convention Center. Kailua Magazine Special Promotional Section, Looking for fresh adventures? Here are 13 reasons to try something in Kailua. We also take a look at Kailua Generations and New Year's Day. From Our Files Tiffany Hill, April archives Burger Joints John Heckathorn, Simple in concept, infinite in variety, the burger may be a perfect food. Feedback Site Staff, ...on island produced pork, a Kakaako bookmobile and on Obama's Hawaii background. Island Chic Tiffany Hill, Art doesn’t always have to hang on a wall or sit on a shelf. It can tell time, block the afternoon sun, keep you warm or serve pupu for a party. Meet 10 Island artisans who create stunning, functional pieces for the home. Undocumented Michael Keany, The state of illegal immigration in Hawaii. Field Guide: Pensacola St. Tiffany Hill, Walk along this Makiki street and you’ll find everything from tasty cookies to wigs the colors of Creamsicles. Physician-Assisted Suicide? Michael Keany, Death with Dignity law Hawaii, Blake Oshiro, April Troutman Donahue 7 Reasons to Get Out Tiffany Hill, Things to do in April Afterthoughts: Drifting Away Kathryn Drury Wagner, With newspapers struggling, will the art of telling a smaller story be lost? Making a Difference: Keeping the Fight Alive Tiffany Hill, This nonprofit serves Hawaii’s HIV population and underscores prevention. Preserving Paradise Sheila Sarhangi, Want to pitch in to help the Islands, but short on time? A new book is a welcome resource. DVD Review: Muve Michael Keany, A review of exercise DVD, Muve.Where the Streets Have Our Name Jen Tadaki Catanzaratti, What cities do you know of that have Honolulu as its street name? The Strongest Link Kathryn Drury Wagner, This short-story collection highlights modern Hawaii life. Instant Art Kathryn Drury Wagner, Photo: Mark ArbeitLaughtrack Theater Co. has been whooping it up since September 2008. The improv training center and theater was founded by Shannon Winpenny, who spent years studying and performing with Mainland groups like Second City, and Kim Potter, who… Editor's Page: Taxing Times A. Kam Napier, Everyone believes a civilization worth having is worth paying for. But no one likes to be taken for a ride, either.