Honolulu Magazine - May 2021 May 3, 2021 Katie Kenny Made in Hawai‘iJahier Studio Shows Off Hawai‘i’s Gorgeous Landscapes from a Needle’s Point of View Stacey Makiya, Punahou alumna Chloé Selarque’s intricate embroidery pieces capture the grand grooves of the Ko‘olau, the perky peaks of the Mokes and the wavering blues of the Pacific. Food TrendsFrom Pizza to Lumpia: Here Are 4 Ways to Upgrade Your Birria Taco Obsession in Honolulu Kelli Shiroma Braiotta, Yes, birria tacos are still hot in Honolulu. But if you’re over the dippable, crunchy snacks (and even if you aren’t) we’re already digging these riffs on the original riff on the rustic Mexican stew. Street Art & ArtistsThis Honolulu Artist is Creating a Mural That Showcases Elements of Mō‘ili‘ili’s History Katrina Valcourt, Aaron K. Yoshino, Mural, mural on the wall. From Our FilesThe History of Hawai‘i From Our Files: The Surprising Past of Pickled Mango Stacey Makiya, Here in Hawai‘i, peak mango season runs from May through September, and soon we’ll be dipping our chopsticks into tubs of crunchy mango that’s been pickling in tangy, sweet, mouth-puckering juice. Editor’s PageEditor’s Page: We Always Want to Love Where We Live. But Now, It Feels Essential Christi Young, House rules. TOCMay 2021: Table of Contents HONOLULU Magazine Team, Features The buyer of this Kailua home… CalabashThe Best Things to Do on O‘ahu in May 2021 Katie Kenny, Food, mimosas and plants: This Mother’s Day (May 9), thank yo mama for taking your daily pandemic calls (even if you can’t see her). Plus celebrate May Day, Memorial Day and juicy hamburgers. CoronavirusHONOLULU Magazine Launches a Free Virtual Mental Wellness Series “Life Interrupted: Navigating What’s Next” Robbie Dingeman, The four-part talk-story session tackles tough issues, shares resources and gives us much-needed tips to help us through our next steps. Film & TelevisionIt’s Raining Hawai‘i Films in Hollywood Don Wallace, Local Oscar-listed animated short “Kapaemahu” is just one of more than a dozen recent films to spring from our filmmaking community into the spotlight—and it’s no “Baywatch Hanauma Bay.” WahineMeet Honouliuli National Historic Site’s First Superintendent Christi Young, The granddaughter of internment camp survivors talks about what’s next for Hawai‘i’s largest internment camp site, her own journey through history and how an order at a Honolulu Starbucks helped the Idaho native feel at home in the Islands. Local AgricultureNow You Can Eat Shrimp Raised On-Site at Kualoa Ranch Catherine Toth Fox, Move over, oysters. The family-owned ranch in Ka‘a‘awa grows shrimp, too.