Honolulu Magazine - July 2011 July 1, 2011 Site Staff Honolulu Hosts Student Leaders ANNA CARRIVEAU, The Student Global Leadership Institute is an international program that brings students from around the world to Hawaii. CD Review: Ekolu Michael Keany, Music review of Ekolu. Brian Keaulana: Hollywood Waterman Christine Hitt, Diving Into Action: Not just a waterman, Brian Keaulana designs action scenes for Hollywood. Love Festival Under the Stars Ashley Hassinger, An annual music celebration draws fans from around the world. Meet 7 Islanders Who Visibly Represent Their Faith Victoria Wiseman, Photography by Elyse Butler, Photography by Matt Mallams, Many people consider themselves religious, but it takes a special level of devotion to literally wear one’s faith on one’s sleeve. From Our Files A. Kam Napier, July archives Afterthoughts: Mother Tongue Kathryn Drury Wagner, Every home has its own vernacular. Coping with Mold in Hawaii Sheila Sarhangi, Fuzzy Logic: Mold—actually tiny fungi—is a fact of life in Hawaii. Here are some coping strategies. Field Guide: Go Outside and Play Rachel Ross, When you’re working out with a group of people, in a beautiful place, you might have so much fun that you forget you’re exercising. Farm to Table: 6 Dishes from Hawaii Restaurants John Heckathorn, Photography by Olivier Koning, Here are six locally grown dishes you can order in Hawaii restaurants right now—and the farmers who made them possible. Artist Kupihea Romero Site Staff, Strong Work: Artist Kupihea Romero stands with his pair of sculptures entitled “Kino Waa,” currently on display at the Honolulu Academy of Arts. Editor's Page: Training Day A. Kam Napier, Lawsuits, bid protests and turf battles throw new hurdles at the city’s rail project. Feedback Site Staff, ...on donkeys, Andy South, public schools and fake food. Honolulu Fireworks Ban Laura Berbusse, Out with the Bang: What the city’s partial fireworks ban means for you. July 2011: Table of Contents Site Staff, FeaturesRail's Next Stop?Since Mayor Peter Carlisle got into office, rail has gone into overdrive—and so have its critics.BY Tiffany Hill Faces of FaithMany people consider themselves religious, but it takes a special kind of devotion to literally wear one's faith on… All Aboard! What is the Next Stop for Honolulu Rail? Tiffany Hill, Since Honolulu Mayor Peter Carlisle came into office, the $5.3 billion elevated-rail project has gone into overdrive—and so have its critics.