Honolulu Magazine - September 2009 September 1, 2009 Site Staff Private School Guide 2010 Jenny Quill, Lorraine Jonemann, How to choose the right school, a step-by-step guide to admissions and frequently asked questions. CD Reviews: Becky and Lyle, and Kawaikapuokalani Hewett Michael Keany, CD Reviews of "Bossa Style" and "Hoola i ka Poli" Field Guide: School Street Tiffany Hill, You’ll find more eateries than schools on this long street. Abundant Spirits Jana Wolff, Meet nine Islanders who are making life in Hawaii better for those who most need the help. The Coolest Jobs in Hawaii Tiffany Hill, Michael Keany, What do you daydream about when you’re at work? Surfing? Shopping? What if you could do it for a living? This month, we found 11 lucky people who get paid to do what many would do for free. 7 Reasons to Get Out Tiffany Hill, Things to do in September Feedback Site Staff, ...on Lilo & Stitch and the best lawyers. 4 Ways to Eat Outside of the Box in Honolulu John Heckathorn, Someone out there in restaurant land was doing some unconventional thinking, perhaps just to keep me from getting bored. Afterthoughts: Kangaroo You Kathryn Drury Wagner, Beasts bounce through Kalihi Valley—and my imagination. Cabaret Site Staff, Cherry Blossom Cabaret From Our Files Tiffany Hill, September archives A Tight-Knit Group Jenny Quill, The Aloha Knitters isn’t your grandmother’s knitting circle, though none of its members would mind the comparison. Airway to Heaven Sheila Sarhangi, Free-rein college station KTUH has been igniting the radio airwaves for 40 years. The Healing Place Sheila Sarhangi, As The Queen’s Medical Center marks its milestone sesquicentennial, we take a closer look at the historic landscape that surrounds it. Space: Hawaii's Final Frontier? Matt Tuohy, And you thought rail was contentious. Now, the state plans to apply for a spaceport license. Editor's Page: Cool Jobs A. Kam Napier, Some people don’t settle for the usual 9-to-5.