Honolulu Magazine - April 2021 March 29, 2021 Katie Kenny RestaurantsLocal Ingredients, Hawaiian Roots and Big-City Flair Make Kapa Hale One of Hawai‘i’s Most Exciting New Restaurants Thomas Obungen, The house that Keaka built. Promotion2021 Faces of Hawai‘i HONOLULU Advertising Staff, HONOLULU Magazine celebrates some of Hawai‘i’s prominent leaders and businesses who are making waves in their industry. Arts & EntertainmentThis is How Honolulu’s Resilient Arts Organizations are Performing Through the Pandemic Noelle Fujii-Oride, The show must go on, even during a pandemic. Local Businesses3 Local Businesses Hunt Down Vintage Pieces That We Can Buy, Borrow and Brag About Stacey Makiya, Reuser friendly. Food & DiningThe Story Behind the “Swap Meet With Upgrades” That Has Become a Destination for Local Entrepreneurs Looking to Set Up (a Small) Shop James Charisma, All in the ‘ohana (hale). Local IngredientsStep Up Your Kitchen Game with Locally Grown and Milled Flour Power Martha Cheng, Local grinds. Hawaiian HistoryNative Hawaiian Families Connect with their Ancestors as Bishop Museum Confronts a Controversial Part of its Past Robbie Dingeman, Through a racist lens. EducationHow Did Thousands of Hawai‘i’s Students Vanish—And Can We Get Them Back? Maria Kanai, Disappearing students. Style TrendsFashion Champ: Coach Has Released a New Sporty Collaboration with Champion Stacey Makiya, Playing sports and playing dress up are my two favorite pastimes. AfterthoughtsAfterthoughts: The Little Library of Mariners Cove in Hawai‘i Kai Katrina Valcourt, This small community project makes me love my neighborhood even more. HistoryThe History of Hawai‘i From Our Files: Investigating Honolulu’s Illegal Gambling Scene Robbie Dingeman, Police raid video game rooms on O‘ahu in 1986, citing tens of millions of dollars changing hands at these illegal operations. Galleries & Museums‘Iolani Palace’s New Tour Provides a Behind-the-Ropes Look at Rooms and Collection You Won’t See on Display Christi Young, Hands on history. Shopping GuideWhat You’ll Find in 3 Local Eco-Focused Shops in Hawai‘i Christi Young, It’s Earth Month people, so schedule a visit to the new crop of neighborhood stores featuring sustainable and ethically sourced items for the ultimate guilt-free shopping spree. EnvironmentThe History of Hawai‘i From Our Files: Dredging Waikīkī’s Ala Wai Canal Robbie Dingeman, An article from 2001 takes on the topic of dredging the Ala Wai Canal in the wake of complaints about what lurks in its murky waters. From Our FilesThe History of Hawai‘i From Our Files: How Tourists Saw the Islands in 1926 Robbie Dingeman, Here’s a look back at April 1926. BooksThe Friends of the Library of Hawai‘i Now Have a Warehouse Near Dole Cannery Robbie Dingeman, A new home for old books. From Our FilesThe History of Hawai‘i From Our Files: Exploring Women’s Rights in the 1970s Robbie Dingeman, Here’s a look back at April 1971. HistoryThe History of Hawai‘i From Our Files: Growing Tree Ferns as a Food Crop? Robbie Dingeman, Here’s a look back at April 1921. EducationEditor’s Page: Not Grading the Public Schools Christi Young, In abnormal times, normal just won’t do. TOCApril 2021: Table of Contents HONOLULU Magazine Team, Features Design: James… CalabashThe Best Things to Do on O‘ahu in April 2021 Katie Kenny, The American Institute of Architects Honolulu Architecture Month mixes online and in-person events. Plus, race to a virtual finish line, save the planet and drink some mimosas. ShoppingA Hawai‘i Puzzle Company Is Helping Families De-Stress During Pandemic Times Stacey Makiya, Where else can you get a Kim Sielbeck puzzle?