Honolulu Magazine - June 2008 June 1, 2008 Site Staff Insider's Guide to Waikiki Site Staff, We'll take you to some of Waikiki's best shops, restaurants and entertainment venues. You'll also find a video tour of historic spots and a printable parking map. Outdoor Adventures Site Staff, Desk jockeys, put down that dry cleaning and get inspired by your friends and neighbors. They make the most of Hawaii's giant backyard—and they want to show us how. Letters Site Staff, ...on Randall Roth's "Politics in Hawaii," HPD officers and abstinence-only education. Field Guide: Waimalu Jenny de Jesús, This Aiea mini-city’s plethora of interesting shops and restaurants may surprise you. Two at Turtle Bay John Heckathorn, There’s more to eat on the North Shore than shave ice and shrimp-truck lunches. From Our Files Ronna Bolante, A look back at Aloha Airlines' early years, as documented in Paradise of the Pacific, predecessor to HONOLULU Magazine. Afterthoughts: To Hell in a Handbag Kathryn Drury Wagner, Or, when a purse is not just a purse. Second Life Sheila Sarhangi, You won’t experience any shopping guilt with these products, all made locally with recycled materials. CD Reviews: Hearios and KUmZ Michael Keany, This text will be replaced by the flash music player. var so = new SWFObject("playerMultipleList.swf", "mymovie", "200", "150", "7", "#FFFFFF"); so.addVariable("autoPlay","no") so.addVariable("playlistPath","/Honolulu-Magazine/June-2008/CD-Reviews-Hearios-and-KUmz608/Hearios.xml") so.write("flashPlayer"); HeariosHearios(Eso Recordings)The light-hearted wordplay of this band’s name is a good preview of what you’ll find inside… Oh, the Horror! Lavonne Leong, A cult classic musical rocks out at the little theater in the graveyard. 7 Reasons to Get out Jenny de Jesús, June 2008 Wonder Dog Jenny de Jesús, Kapiolani Medical Center for Women and Children’s furry employee, Tucker, brightens patients’ lives during difficult times. Home Grown Ronna Bolante, Photo by Ronna BolanteOn a drizzly afternoon in Makiki, a neighborhood dense with high-rise condominiums, Nalani Boon (left) plucks a few cherry tomatoes from her small garden. The patch of green grass and soil isn’t hers, exactly. Boon just rents… Well, I Declare Kathryn Drury Wagner, Where do the agriculture forms go when you fill them out? We found out. Building Better Beaches Michael Keany, A controversial Waikiki beach beautification project gets one step closer to reality. Scrabble Love Kathryn Drury Wagner, A club scores at Kahala Mall Fixin' to Ride Michael Keany, For a growing number of Hawaii cyclists, less is more. Who needs all those frivolous gears and brakes? Lighting up the Fair Site Staff, 50th State Fair Editor's Page: Waikiki Bound A. Kam Napier, editor, I guarantee kamaaina can find something to love in this 1-square-mile neighborhood.