HONOLULU Magazine - August 2008 August 1, 2008 Site Staff Gourmet Style: Classic American Comfort Food Special Promotional Section, 8 Easy Recipes from Hale Aina Award-winning Chefs Wai‘alae on the Rise Michael Keany, Sheila Sarhangi, Michelle Broder Van Dyke, Kathryn Drury Wagner, This 2.5-mile stretch makes up one of the city’s last, best walking neighborhoods, packed with restaurants, shops and small businesses. A House Divided Michael Keany, With a boxy, corrugated exterior and an interior filled with rich, imported teak, this Puna home splits the difference between clean modernism and old-world warmth. Our Disappearing Nurses Joan Conrow, A nursing shortage looms on the horizon, not just nationally, but also here in Hawaii. Can the problem be fixed before it's too late? Peter the Prosecutor Ronna Bolante, Peter Carlisle is exactly what you'd expect from a prosecutor—a quick-on-his-feet, tough-talking lawman who lives to put away bad guys. Emissary in Art Shane Nelson, While Hawaii athletes trained for this month’s Olympic games, some of Waianae artist Mark Kadota’s work was already on display in Beijing. Personal Best Shane Nelson, You’ve already heard of decathlete Bryan Clay, but watch out for these other Hawaii natives chasing gold at the Summer Olympics in Beijing this month. Back in the Game Kathryn Drury Wagner, An unusual group of athletes reminds us to take action. What Does Statehood Mean to Me? Catherine E. Toth, We asked public figures for their thoughts on and memories of Aug. 22, 1959, the day Hawaii became the 50th state. From Our Files Ronna Bolante, HONOLULU Magazine and Paradise of the Pacific—chronicling the Islands since 1888. Field Guide: Nuuanu Ave. Michelle Broder Van Dyke, Sneak away to this downtown stretch and discover art galleries and more. Building Foundations Michelle Broder Van Dyke, Habitat for Humanity constructs homes with families in need. Island Pork? Sheila Sarhangi, You can’t always believe what you read on local food labels. Resurrection T. Ilihia Gionson, After more than 20 years, Hawaiian immersion programs continue to keep the language alive. According to Perry and Price As told to Derek Paiva, It's been 25 years since The KSSK morning team Michael W. Perry and Larry Price took to the airwaves. Steal This Book Kathryn Drury Wagner, No, no, buy the books. We’re all for that. But we’ve lifted some free tips, courtesy of these new reads, to whet your appetite for the tomes. CD Reviews: The Brothers Cazimero and Na Leo Michael Keany, This text will be replaced by the flash music player. var so = new SWFObject("playerMultipleList.swf", "mymovie", "230", "150", "7", "#FFFFFF"); so.addVariable("autoPlay","no") so.addVariable("playlistPath","/Honolulu-Magazine/August-2008/CD-Reviews-The-Brothers-Cazimero-and-Na-Leo/Cazimero.xml") so.write("flashPlayer"); The Brothers CazimeroDestiny(Mountain Apple Co.) The Brothers Caz may well be the only group that could bring gravitas… Inside the Artist’s Studio Michelle Broder Van Dyke, We took a look inside Harry Tsuchidana’s studio to find out what goes into a lifetime of painting. 7 Reasons to Get Out Michelle Broder Van Dyke, 7 Reasons to Get Out in August 2008. Remembering Sergio Site Staff, Celebrating Sergio Goes' achievements and a gallery of his photography. Letters Site Staff, ...on publicly funded elections, the best doctors in Hawaii and the quality of the political class. Editor's Page: Dinner, and a Departure A. Kam Napier, editor, This month, we pulled together our Restaurant Guide, and say goodbye to one of the family.