HONOLULU Magazine - February 2010 February 1, 2010 Site Staff Web Exclusive: Things to Do on Valentine's Day Bradford Baris, Christine Hitt, Here are some events going on that should keep you busy whether you’re single or happily hitched. Web Exclusive: Ha at the Polynesian Cultural Center is Worth the Trip Text and Photos by Tiffany Hill, The center’s new show is less touristy than you’d think. Web Exclusive: Mardi Gras Menu at Dixie Grill Bradford Baris, In celebration of Mardi Gras, Dixie Grill will bring back its popular Cajun favorites from February 1-16. Best Dentists in Hawaii 2010 Profiles by Tiffany Hill, This list of 234 top dentists in Hawaii comes highly recommended—by other dentists who know their work best. FeatureAstounding Honolulu Charles Memminger, Weird, strange and intriguing things you didn't know about our Islands. Our Geniuses Sheila Sarhangi, They give voice to paralyzed patients, detect exotic particles, solve mathematical conundrums and more. You can even blame one of them for all the hours you spent playing Tetris. Meet eight Islanders who are, quite simply, geniuses. On the Blink Michael Keany, Honolulu is full of amazing, historic neon. Some of it isn’t in such great shape anymore. Dining: Two at the Top: Then and Now John Heckathorn, Revisiting the classics. Afterthoughts: We Know the Drill Kathryn Drury Wagner, Why have fear-mongers won an important public-health debate? From Our Files Tiffany Hill, HONOLULU Magazine and Paradise of the Pacific—chronicling the Islands since 1888. Field Guide: Wilder Ave. Tiffany Hill, This street may look residential upon first glance, but it’s spotted with unique businesses. Making a Difference: A Donor's Diary Tiffany Hill, A former KGMB reporter’s story becomes personal. Cache Me If You Can Jenny Quill, Geocaching, a high-tech game of hide and seek, isn’t just for geeks or GPS junkies. Facing Future Kathryn Drury Wagner, This book tells the story of the album and how it changed Hawaiian music forever. CD Reviews: Waipuna and Uluwehi Guerrero Michael Keany, WaipunaManao Pili(Tropical Music Inc.) Waipuna may be a new group, but there’s no shortage of experience on this CD. Kale Hannahs formerly played as a bassist with the award-winning group Alea, and Matthew Sproat won the 2003 Hawaii Island… Twelve by Two Tamara Moan, Two artists chase down one fleeting moment of beauty per month, for a year. TAG Sets the Stage Jenny Quill, African-American plays are rarely performed in Honolulu. The Actors’ Group is changing that—and finding box-office success. Things to Do in February in Hawaii Tiffany Hill, 7 Reasons to Get Out in February. Watanabe Floral Site Staff, Watanabe Floral gears up for Valentine's Day. Feedback Site Staff, ...on funny people, our holiday annual and an online bar brawl. Editor's Page: May Cooler Heads Prevail A. Kam Napier, Climate-change scientists—so serious, so sincere, so ... scandalous?