Honolulu Magazine - October 2009 October 1, 2009 Site Staff Web Exclusive: Great Expectations Kathryn Drury Wagner, We road-tested Purple Yoga’s new DVD, designed for pregnant women. HRA: Past Inductees Site Staff, Read about the accomplishments of those previously honored by the Hawaii Restaurant Association. HRA: Chefs of Tomorrow Gail Miyasaki, Through a scholarship program, the Hawaii Restaurant Association encourages hardworking students to reach for their goals of becoming chefs and food service professionals. Meet the 2009 recipients. HRA: Chefs of Aloha Kathryn Drury Wagner, Meet the seven distinguished chefs who cooked at this year's Hawaii Restaurant Association Annual Hall of Fame induction and Chefs of Aloha Dine Around. HRA: Third Annual Hall of Fame Renee Lee, Meet this year’s inductees into the Hawaii Restaurant Association’s Hall of Fame. Dining: Something to Eat on Kauai John Heckathorn, At last, I have had a trio of good meals on the Garden Isle. The Well-Planned Life: End of Life Planning Matt Tuohy, When one thinks of end-of-life planning, it's important to remember the goal—to reduce the grief and stress your survivors will feel by making decisions about these matters now. Who is Robert Lee? Michael Keany, What’s life like for the guy with the most common name in the phone book? We called every Robert Lee in the book to find out. Feedback Site Staff, ...on Tora! Tora! Tora! and Don Quijote. Afterthoughts: Kan-Don't Kathryn Drury Wagner, I’d like to keep this floating business as a mirage, thanks very much. 7 Reasons to Get Out Tiffany Hill, Things to do in Hawaii in October From Our Files Tiffany Hill, October archives Keep Your Family Healthy Tiffany Hill, Christine Hitt, Michael Keany, A. Kam Napier, Kathryn Drury Wagner, Advice from the Best Doctors in Hawaii. Field Guide: Campbell Ave. Tiffany Hill, Take a detour off Kapahulu and discover bikes, surfboards and art. Making a Difference: Returning Lost Innocence Tiffany Hill, Alliance provides support for sexually abused children. Taking Sides on the Big Island Catherine Tarleton, A recent kerfuffle in the Big Island politics revives the debate over a two-county structure. A Saint Comes Home Sherie Char, Father Damien came to Honolulu before going to Kalaupapa. Now Catholics celebrate the return of his relic. Green Galas Sheila Sarhangi, A local party planner brings eco-friendly ideas to a notoriously disposable-loving industry. Prints Charming Lavonne Leong, Globe-trotting, movie-watching—does HIFF’s Anderson Le have the perfect job, or what? Boo! Site Staff, Hallowbaloo street festival. Editor's Page: All in a Name A. Kam Napier, The truth behind my one-initial shoutout.