Honolulu Magazine - February 2006 February 1, 2006 Site Staff Sexy Fishbowl Michael Keany, Modernist chic in a Nu'uanu apartment Pampered by Dentists Sheila Sarhangi, Island dentists are offering the kind of soothing treatments found in spas, from massages to facials. It's filling, with feeling. Hana Hou! Ronna Bolante, How did the first Hawaiian music Grammy change the local music industry? Look no further than this year's nominations. Q+A John Heckathorn, Lois-Ann Yamanaka Seeing Red Joan Namkoong, Treasured throughout antiquity, the sexily hued pomegranate is embraced in today's kitchens. Walk on the Wild Side John Heckathorn, Most wild game isn't wild but that doesn't mean it's not worth eating. February Ronna Bolante, HONOLULU Magazine and Paradise of the Pacific, chronicling the Islands since 1888. Island Bound Bron Lee, For ambitious young professionals, the Mainland beckons with opportunities. But for some, the Islands' pull is stronger. The Hand Up Katherine Nichols, Programs run by Catholic Charities Hawai'I help 25,000 people a year. Sermon-free. Better and better A. Kam Napier, editor, Thoughts on the Grammy Awards and crime. February Site Staff, "THE SINGLES ISSUE," December 2005 HONOLULU Magazine's guide to living single and finding love in Hawai'i. It was inappropriate to include the Catholic Ministry for Single Adults with these other singles dating groups [in Sheila Sarhangi's guide to singles' resources,… Diamond Head Site Staff, Music Review Michael Keany, Na Pali, Na Pali, Awapuhi Productions 2005 Books: Settling for More Katherine Nichols, Two Honolulu-based authors are teaching readers how to take responsibility for their love lives. HOT Italians Lavonne Leong, Opera, that is. Bubbly Personalities Kathryn Drury Wagner, Put a little sparkle in your romance with one of these Champagne-themed gift ideas. Books: Gen X Nostalgia A. Kam Napier, New releases bring back '70s and '80s Hawaii. Media: The UnKINEdest Cut Michael Keany, The weekly traditional Hawaiian music radio show Territorial Airwaves has been banished from the FM dial. On Jan. 15th, local radio station Hawaiian 105 KINE FM replaced the 27-year-old program with a high-rotation mix of popular Island hits. Harry B.… Sports: Sunny Moves On Bron Lee, A post-retirement Sunny Garcia looks back on the surfing life.