HONOLULU Magazine - May 2022 May 2, 2022 Katie Kenny FeatureA Hawai‘i Home Divided: Who Gets the Family Home? Janis Magin Meierdiercks, Many young adults believe their only chance of owning a house on O‘ahu is if they inherit their childhood home. But what happens when you aren’t an only child, or your parents want to sell? Local BusinessesKoreamoku Was Home to Life’s Dreams For These 3 Small Businesses Mari Taketa, Inside the heart of Koreamoku. FeatureThe Best Real Estate Professionals in Hawai‘i 2022 HONOLULU Magazine Team, Buying a home is one of the biggest, if not the biggest, investments people will ever make—especially in Hawai‘i. And with the rapid pace of the housing market right now, expert insight can make all the difference. AfterthoughtsAfterthoughts: Who Mourns for Koreamoku? James Charisma, Here’s to Heinekens and beef bulgogi. HistoryThe History of Hawai‘i From Our Files: The Year of the Volleyball Katrina Valcourt, Here’s a look back at May 1977. Local Brands & BoutiquesHale Pua’s Paint-by-Number Lei Kits Offer an Artful Way to Relive Happy Memories Brie Thalmann, Paint of heart. HistoryThe History of Hawai‘i From Our Files: The Decline of Local Bowling Alleys Katrina Valcourt, Here’s a look back at May 2007. BooksWriter Cedric Yamanaka Weaves Compelling Local Tales in a New Collection of Short Stories Robbie Dingeman, Short cuts. Cocktails & SpiritsSyrups by Mōhala Expressions Put Hawai‘i’s Wildflowers and Plants Into Your Glass Martha Cheng, Stir butterfly ginger blossom syrup into soda water and transport yourself into a Hawai‘i forest, sultry with the scent of tropical flowers after a warm rain. Hawaiian HistoryThis May Marks 28 Years Since the Return of Kaho‘olawe to the People of Hawai‘i Robbie Dingeman, Aloha ‘Āina. HistoryThe History of Hawai‘i From Our Files: The Real Estate Buying Mania of the 1980s Katrina Valcourt, Here’s a look back at May 1987. From the MagazineDo the Bright Thing: Rainbow Bright Bags Are Trending Right Now Stacey Makiya, We could all use more color in our lives, especially in our closets. Health & WellnessMental Health Experts Help Us Unpack the Complicated World of Year Three of the Pandemic Robbie Dingeman, Subject to change. HistoryThe History of Hawai‘i From Our Files: In Praise of the Library of Hawai‘i Katrina Valcourt, Here’s a look back at May 1922. Local BusinessesCelebrate Lei Day Year-Round with a New Kind of Flower from Arlie Glass Katrina Valcourt, “The glass puakenikeni lei is just the beginning of what I hope to be an ever-evolving body of glass-lei work.” Editor’s PageMay is Mental Health Month and Many of Us are Still Feeling Burnt Out Katrina Valcourt, Getting help: We can do this together. Things To DoHonolulu Calendar: The Best Events and Things to Do on O‘ahu in May 2022 Jaimie Kim Farinas, Show your love for lei, catch a classic Prince flick, volunteer in ‘Ewa Beach and chow down on a whole lotta poke.