HONOLULU Magazine - April 2011 April 1, 2011 Site Staff In Our May Issue A. Kam Napier, In our May issue, we look at schools, the hidden world of storage, Andy South and a family separated and united by the March 11 earthquake in Japan. Darcey Iwashita: Pinhole Camera Site Staff, A self-portrait taken near Webster Hall on the UH Manoa campus by UH grad student and photographer Darcey Iwashita. Arts & Entertainment43 Things Every Local Must Do Michael Keany, A. Kam Napier, Lance Tominaga, Illustrations by Douglas Simonson, What place other than Hawai‘i could come up with both the shaka sign and surfing? Field Guide: Harding Ave. Jenny Quill, Photography by David Croxford, Small, funky and independent describe the businesses that line this Kaimuki street. Honolulu’s Japanese Food Guide: Where to Find Izakaya John Heckathorn, To me, an izakaya is the perfect restaurant concept. CD Reviews: Alt/Air and Voices of Our Kupuna Michael Keany, Music reviews of Alt/Air and Voices of Our Kupuna. Local Spotlight: Hawaii Filmmaker Dane Neves Laura Berbusse, With the Big Island Film Festival quickly approaching, we caught up with local filmmaker Dane Neves, creator of The Green Tie Affair. Sharing the Road in Kailua Sheila Sarhangi, Leave your car in the garage and start commuting on two wheels. Car Crazy in Honolulu Howard Dashefsky, Photography by Olivier Koning, We may hate to commute in Honolulu, but we love our cars. Meet some of the everyday Honoluluans who race, collect and adore their automobiles. Double-Decker Bus in Waikiki Victoria Wiseman, There is a new double-decker bus rolling around town, shuttling visitors from Aloha Tower to Waikiki. Beauty and the Big C Victoria Wiseman, A local artist makes art from a killer disease. Afterthoughts: War Stories A. Kam Napier, Visiting the USS Arizona Memorial’s new visitor center. Feedback Site Staff, ...on the best health food store, military in Hawaii and the Honolulu Symphony. Beauty Within Reach Special Advertising Section, We asked local experts for the key details on their most requested procedures, so you can choose the one that’s right for you. From Our Files A. Kam Napier, April archives Things to Do in April in Hawaii Victoria Wiseman, April is about action: explosive martial-arts displays, dramatic kabuki plots and feats of valor by Scottish strongmen. The Dangerous Women of HIFF Laura Berbusse, Three films at the Hawaii International Film Festival's Spring Showcase are linked by one overarching characteristic: dangerous women. Editor's Page: Things to Do A. Kam Napier, Pick your favorite restaurants, preserve historic buildings, take a lazy, mountain drive. EducationA Degree of Homelessness Victoria Wiseman, Photography by Elyse Butler, They’re the most untraditional college students of all, but for these three homeless people in Hawaii, college may be their way out. Tax Cut for USPS Karin Gallagher, The Post Office is catching a break this year, thanks to the Internet.