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Weekend Picks - April 5, 2012

Eat Pig Out What: Pop by the farmers market to sample new dishes from The Pig and the Lady, a pop-up restaurant known for its homey Vietnamese comfort food. Try Suon Heo Nau Dau, a classic Vietnamese/French pork stew cooked…

Play It Again

The truth is, curbside blue bins make recycling a lot less inconvenient. But you still have some green guilt for throwing away all the stuff that can’t go in them. Here’s where some of those items can get new life.…

Outdoor Adventures

Desk jockeys, put down that dry cleaning and get inspired by your friends and neighbors. They make the most of Hawaii's giant backyard—and they want to show us how.

Best Places to Live

Whether you're enjoying retirement or saving for your kids' college tuition, loving life in the fast lane or trying to slow down, we've got the neighborhood for you.

Wave Goodbye

Last call at Honolulu’s finest nightclub


Robert Midkiff (1920-  ) Philanthropist and business leader Bob Midkiff had a vision of a vibrant downtown Honolulu, where business and culture would converge. He formed the Downtown Improvement Association in 1958. Forty-seven years later, his dream is a reality.…

Can We Make Honolulu Cool?

The city and county of Honolulu wants to change the way the city looks. Is “smart growth” the way to go?