October 2020: Table of Contents
The Long Haulers
The quarantine period is a few weeks. But the aches, fatigue and other surprising effects can plague COVID-19 survivors for months.
By Catharine Lo Griffin
We asked poke shop owners and chefs for their best recs on what to order. Plus, find out what chefs put in their poke bowls, what other raw fish dishes you can get on O‘ahu, why you should never buy previously frozen ‘ahi and more.
- Owners and Chefs Share Their Best Recommendations on What to Order at Their Poke Shops
- It’s Not Poke or Sashimi: Here Are 6 Other Ways Uncooked Fish is Served in Hawai‘i
- Poke As We Know It Now Isn’t Native Hawaiian. So What Is?
- What’s In Your Bowl? We Asked 3 Local Chefs for Their Secrets to a Perfect Poke Bowl
By Martha Cheng, Robbie Dingeman, Thomas Obungen, Mari Taketa, Catherine Toth Fox, Katrina Valcourt and Christi Young
Our annual College Guide will help parents and students navigate the road to and through college. Learn how to manage the admissions process, tackle financial aid applications, land an internship and more.
It only happens once in a … well, you know.
Remember when October was all about pumpkin patches, sunflower fields, Honolulu Pride and ethnic festivals? Then everyone’s grand plans for the start of a new decade were postponed or canceled. Thankfully there are still so many reasons to stand by #LuckyWeLiveHonolulu—but we recommend calling ahead to check for any event changes.
By Katie Kenny
Watching the Watchers
A record turnout for Hawai‘i’s first all by-mail ballot serves up an exciting, sleep-deprived (yet strangely satisfying) good time.
By Robbie Dingeman
Gauging what’s hot and what’s not in Honolulu.
Local Seeds for Local Needs
The Hawai‘i Seed Growers Network sells varieties adapted to Hawai‘i’s pests, diseases and unique growing conditions.
By Martha Cheng
From Our Files
For 133 years HONOLULU Magazine has kept its readers and advertisers at the vanguard of fashion, insight and fun. Starting out as Paradise of the Pacific in 1888 with a commission from King Kalākaua, we’re the oldest continually publishing magazine west of the Mississippi. Take a look into our archives.
- The History of Hawai‘i: A Fall TV Season Without Hawai‘i Five-O Has Us Looking Back to Our 1970 Interview with Jack Lord
- Hawai‘i’s Tourists Used to Make Poi “Cocktails” in 1930
- We Had No Idea Our 2005 List of “40 Things Every Local Must Do” Would Have Such a Short Shelf Life
By Stacey Makiya
‘Ono: Food & Dining in Hawai‘i
Playful new Taiwanese dishes, a mobile pizza truck and updates from Hawai‘i’s largest chocolate factory.
by Martha Cheng, Katie Kenny and Thomas Obungen
Editor’s Page: Our Fish Tales
At its core, poke is a humble dish. Finding the best and photographing it was a little more complicated.
By Christi Young
Afterthoughts: Love Thy Neighbor?
When it comes to reporting quarantine violations, there’s a line between safety and self-righteousness.
By Katrina Valcourt