Honolulu Magazine - April 2010 April 1, 2010 Site Staff A Preview of Next Month's Issue A. Kam Napier, Introducing our May 2010 issue. Salaries by Job Title: How Much Money Does Everyone Earn in Hawai‘i? Tiffany Hill, Jennifer Sudick, Mariah Schiaretti, Everyone wants to know how much money everyone else makes—even more now given the gloomy economy. Take a look and find out how your paycheck stacks up. Kailua Magazine 2010 Site Staff, Meet 11 of the town's artists, learn about new shops and restaurants and see what's to do in Kailua. A Life in Fashion Kathryn Drury Wagner, They do more than create apparel. They can see a bird and turn its colors into a fabric print. They can whip up costumes for an entire opera company. Meet the multitasking magicians we call fashion designers. Afterthoughts: McGarrett's Makeover Kathryn Drury Wagner, A reader requests we save CBS from a ratings fiasco. We’ll see what we can do. Dining: Nobu Doesn't Panic, Goes Organic John Heckathorn, A visit with Nobu Matsuhisa, and a considerable entourage, at Waianae’s Mao Farm. From Our Files Tiffany Hill, April archives Field Guide: Hekaha Street Jenny Quill, While many know the street as the home of Jelly’s the Original, there’s more to this bustling business corridor in Aiea. Two Legends: Frank Fasi and Bob Dye Jerry Burris, John Heckathorn, The city lost two influential figures in February with the passing of former Mayor Frank Fasi and his city managing director—and also author and historian—Bob Dye. Keiki Power Sheila Sarhangi, Knee-high volunteers are rewarded with their own private Kokua Festival. Out of the Park Kirk Lee Aeder, Meet the local players who went to the big leagues. Things to Do in April in Hawaii Tiffany Hill, From the Merrie Monarch Festival to a windward triathlon, this is what's happening in April. Snip! Mariah Schiaretti, Learn how to care for a bonsai at the Pearl City Bonsai Club workshops. Feedback Site Staff, ...on Hawaii's family court, Patsy Mink and global warming. Editor's Page: Touchy Subject A. Kam Napier, Our first salary survey in five years hit nerves all over the city.