Honolulu Magazine - January 2010 January 1, 2010 Site Staff Things to do in January in Hawaii Tiffany Hill, 7 reasons to get out in January 2010. Afterthoughts: Mint Condition Kathryn Drury Wagner, A stash of old coins may not be worth much, but still feels precious. Sour Poi Awards 2009 Michael Keany, Celebrating the best of the worst of 2009—the strange, the stupid and the scandalous. A Massacre Forgotten Tiffany Hill, Decades of harsh treatment toward plantation workers resulted in several riotous strikes beginning in the 20th century. One turned deadly. It has since been all but forgotten. Hale Aina Chefs: Master Class Lavonne Leong, We talked with 10 chefs and had them answer a few of life's little cooking questions. 2010 Hale Aina Awards Kathryn Drury Wagner, Our readers named the best restaurants in the Islands. From Our Files Tiffany Hill, January archives Field Guide: Waipahu Tiffany Hill, This former sugar town offers good eats, unique furniture and a lesson in history. CD Reviews: Hope Mayo and Na Palapalai Site Staff, Reviews of End of the Day and Nanea. Island Explorations Michael Keany, Here in Hawaii and across the Pacific. AsiaPacificFilms.com Michael Keany, Watch movies from Asia and the Pacific online. Hori Smoku Sailor Jerry: Michael Keany, The Life and Times of American Tattoo Master Norman K. Collins. The Joy Luck Club Lavonne Leong, Amy Tan’s cross-cultural epic about mothers and daughters takes to the stage. The Waikiki Aquarium's Coral Collection Sheila Sarhangi, The Waikiki Aquarium has one of the largest coral collections in the world. Here’s why. Fresh Start Site Staff, Clark Little's new book, The Shorebreak Art of Clark Little. Feedback Site Staff, ...on the 2009 photo contest, 50,000 outstanding bench warrants and the best ramen. Editor's Page: Good Enough to Eat A. Kam Napier, This issue has delicious food writing—and equally tasty photography.