HONOLULU Magazine - July 2010 July 1, 2010 Site Staff A Preview of the August Issue A. Kam Napier, From "cheap eats" to "10 places you can't go," Honolulu Magazine's August issue is a must-read. Dining: In Search of Sake John Heckathorn, Or, the curse of the Sake Column. (INSIDE: The Sake Shop, Natsunoya Tea House, Genius Lounge Sake Bar & Grill) Smokey and Giraffe's Sweet Treats Sufiya Ismail, We check out this Honolulu-based online bakery, and taste its grand selection of desserts. Exploring Kapolei Jennifer Ching, Tiffany Hill, Christine Hitt, Sheila Sarhangi, Jenny Quill, We discover 27 reasons to head out west. ESPN Sports Festival Sufiya Ismail, This Saturday, stop by Kakaako Park for ESPN 1420's first sports festival. Farm to Table: Coffee Lavonne Leong, Find out more about how Hawaii's coffee gets from the farm to your table. Former Honolulu Police Chief Louis Kealoha in 2010: What a Difference a Decade Makes Michael Keany, A. Kam Napier, HONOLULU sat down with Louis Kealoha in his first year as HPD chief. Check out what he had to say about corruption, “intelligence-led policing,” and more. Local Flavors Jennifer Ching, Kona Sea Salt has released a new twist on a favorite local product with “Hawaiian Furikake with Kona Sea Salt." Save That Landmark Michael Keany, The Historic Hawaii Foundation is accepting nominations for its 2010 list of Hawaii’s Most Endangered Historic Sites.Meals on Wheels Kathryn Drury Wagner, A new delivery service, Aloha 2 Go, will bring you food from more than 20 local restaurants. Afterthoughts: Naked Ambition Kathryn Drury Wagner, A documentary on hippies reminds me why Hawaii could use a few nude beaches. From Our Files Tiffany Hill, July archives Field Guide: Koko Head Avenue Tiffany Hill, Discover quilting classes, kimono-inspired clothing, yoga mats and Swarovski crystals along this Kaimukī street. Chef Tattoos Martha Cheng, The art chefs produce is ephemeral, but some of Honolulu’s professional cooks have inked permanent culinary references onto their bodies. Rescue Me Ellie Crowe, Local inventor Robert Yonover saves people’s lives. Legislative Score Card Sheila Sarhangi, The 2010 legislative session is pau, so let’s recap the status of five environment-related bills and see how they did. Personal Best Rachel Ross, This year, the Tinman Triathlon celebrates its 30th year. One athlete shares how it’s truly a race for everyone. Secret Stash Matt Tuohy, Meet Lynn Davis, keeper of the rare books collection at UH. Things to do in July in Hawaii Tiffany Hill, This month, treat yourself to a tasty hot dog, learn about Korean culture and beef up your rare coin collection. Huzzah! Jennifer Ching, Photo: Courtesy Sergio MitrottiA mural by artist and chef Sergio Mitrotti depicts the signing of the U.S. Constitution. The mural was commissioned by Senior Judge Helen Gillmor and is a remake of a 1940 painting by American illustrator Howard Chandler… Feedback Site Staff, ...on grading the public schools, the next horrible shoe fad and Portland. Editor's Page: Building Kapolei A. Kam Napier, Most people who live in Kapolei don’t work in Kapolei—but would really like to. How can we help?