HONOLULU Magazine - February 2022 January 31, 2022 Katie Kenny Bars and CocktailsThese Two Bars Deliver Some of Honolulu’s Most Luxurious and Creative Experiences Martha Cheng, But are they worth the price tag? What’s NewGet a Taste of Sushi Master Keiji Nakazawa’s Bara Chirashi for 45 Dollars at Upstairs Waikīkī Mari Taketa, The rich mix of seafood is normally only available in a $300 omakase at Sushi Sho. FeatureWill the Higher Cost of Paradise End—Or End Up Ruining Hawai‘i? Don Wallace, We‘ve all been feeling the hit at the register, the pump, in the housing market. Economists tell us which price inflation is normal, and which things are just a blip. Honolulu City Signs Robbie Dingeman, Iconic signs serve as beacons of our community. But they can disappear in a blink. HealthThe Best Dentists in Hawai‘i 2022 HONOLULU Magazine Team, HONOLULU Magazine helps you find the dentist you need, whether it’s for a routine checkup or more specialized work. Everyone on this list comes highly recommended by other dentists, who know the work of fellow professionals. AfterthoughtsAfterthoughts: We’ll Always Have Servco Honolulu Katrina Valcourt, After seven years, it’s time to say aloha. CalabashThe History of Hawai‘i From Our Files: Growing New Pineapple Varieties in the Islands Katrina Valcourt, Here’s a look back at February 1937. CalabashThe History of Hawai‘i From Our Files: How Propaganda Leaflets Prepared in the Islands Helped End World War II Katrina Valcourt, Here’s a look back at February 1947. From the MagazineA Leather Goods Shop in Chinatown Has Become a Reliable Anchor of Men’s Accessories Stacey Makiya, Hide and Sea. Arts & EntertainmentHawai‘i Triennial 2022 Kicks Off Feb. 18 with Works from 45 Artists and Collectives Christi Young, Follow Your Art. HistoryThe History of Hawai‘i From Our Files: Photographing “The First Hawaiians” Katrina Valcourt, Here’s a look back at February 2012. Editor’s PageEditor’s Page: Standing On a Busy Downtown Honolulu Street Waiting for a Sign Christi Young, In February, our work was especially illuminating. From the MagazineLoewe’s Eye-Catching Stilettos Swap Normal Heels for Fun Household Items Stacey Makiya, Walking on eggshells. Things To DoHonolulu Calendar: The Best Events and Things to Do on O‘ahu in February 2022 Katrina Valcourt, Love is in the air—and so are the sounds of laughter, electro-pop and cheers for the home team. HistoryThe History of Hawai‘i From Our Files: The Funeral of Prince Jonah Kūhiō Kalanianaʻole Katrina Valcourt, Here’s a look back at February 1922. Style5 Things from Local Boutiques and Designers on Our Style Radar for February Brie Thalmann, Check out the fresh finds on our shopping list for February 2022. Looking Back2021 Sour Poi Awards: Looking Back at the Loathsome, Laughable and Loopy News Robbie Dingeman, We take a look at the best of the worst news as we close the book on 2021. Architecture & DesignA Nonprofit Hopes to Save Spalding House as a New Home for Hawai‘i Independent Filmmakers Timothy A. Schuler, The Hawai‘i Film Foundation at Nu‘umealani is raising money to try and purchase the historic property.