Honolulu Magazine - June 2009 June 1, 2009 Site Staff CD Reviews: Gordan Mark and Natalie Ai Kamauu Michael Keany, Music reviews of Gordan Mark's Solo Ukulele and Natalie Ai Kamauu. Web Exclusive: Hands-Free Speech Lorraine Jonemann, Need help shopping for hands-free equipment? Here are some products you might like. Farm to Table: Getting Fresh Lavonne Leong, Photos:IStock, Why does one box of salad last for two weeks, while another collapses in 48 hours? Derek Albano of the Whole Foods Market produce department answers. Farm to Table: The New Face of Farming Lavonne Leong, Meet the people who grew your dinner. How Much is Your Home Worth Now? Michael Keany, Tiffany Hill, After a decade of skyrocketing prices, Hawaii’s real estate market has finally slowed down. What can we expect next? Feedback Site Staff, ...on public school teachers, the DOE and illegal immigration in Hawaii. From Our Files Tiffany Hill, ...on punishment as a sailor in pre-1840s, the Infinity Dolls of 1974 and sake. Jewel Boxes Kathryn Drury Wagner, Despite the economy, there are reassuring signs of life: small boutiques opening up. Dining: Parking-Lot Food John Heckathorn, The Farmers’ Markets are cookin’, literally. Making a Difference: Stopping the Traffic Tiffany Hill, Nonprofit helps hidden victims of human trafficking and torture. Afterthoughts: Goldilocks Goes Car Shopping Kathryn Drury Wagner, The quest for a little family Fahrvergnügen. Pet-ography Site Staff, Meet a Honolulu pet photographer. Field Guide: Young Street Tiffany Hill, Sandwiched between King and Beretania, this hidden street boasts more than condos and apartment complexes. Towing the Line Sheila Sarhangi, It’s hard enough when your car gets towed. Here’s how to avoid getting gouged, too. What Happened to the Birds? Sheila Sarhangi, The disappearance of an entire colony of albatrosses leads to a high-level investigation. Release Yourself Christine Hitt, These promoters give kamaaina a reason to stay up late on Kauai. 7 Reasons to Get Out Tiffany Hill, Things to do in June 2009 in Honolulu Editor's Page: Fun with Inflation A. Kam Napier, Prices get bigger, dollars get smaller, but we want just as much.