Honolulu Magazine - December 2006

Night Shift

When the sun goes down, a completely different Honolulu comes to life. For most of us, it’s a time to watch television and then go to sleep, but, for some, it’s time for work. Meet the people who are up all night—making nightlife fun, keeping us safe, and making sure the city is ready to go when we wake up in the morning.

A Time for Giving

The Salvation Army hits the streets again this holiday season, collecting donations, toys and clothing to bring Christmas to all of Hawai‘i’s children.

What’s for Dinner?

Maybe you’re swamped at work, juggling the needs of a busy family or just don’t want to fuss with cooking—or perhaps all three. But you don’t have to survive on cereal and pizza. Here are a few ways to get a balanced dinner on the table with minimal effort.

Letters 12|06

“Ready for Prime Time?” October 2006 John Heckathorn’s dining column explored Filipino cuisine. Your article on Filipino food caught my attention as I am addicted to this unique cuisine. I am a 73-year-old “sugar baby” whose grandfather was in the…

Waikiki After Dark

Photographer Alecia Hoyt, 28, leads a dual life: by day, she runs a wedding photography company; by night, she can be found on Kuhio Avenue in Waikiki taking pictures of a grittier scene. “The pictures I take in Waikiki and…

Clipping Service

In a recent story for the Canadian Jewish News, “Small Jewish community thrives on Big Island, Hawaii,” writer Andrew Muchin profiled the Northern Hawai‘i Chavurah, a small Jewish fellowship on the Big Island. The approximately 200 members of the Northern…