HONOLULU Magazine November 2015 Issue

HONOLULU Magazine November 2015 Issue

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Features

HAWAI‘I’S MOST ENDANGERED HISTORIC PLACES

The Historic Hawai‘i Foundation, the State Historic Preservation Division and HONOLULU Magazine compile an annual list of some of our state’s most endangered places.

BY KATRINA VALCOURT

 

THE HOLOHOLO GUIDE TO MAUI

You’re not a tourist, so why visit the Neighbor Islands like one? We bring you a local’s guide to experiencing the best Maui has to offer—from food to outdoor adventures to the latest talk
of the town.

BY SHANNON WIANECKI

LIFE IN FOCUS

In the late 1960s and early ’70s, photographer Alma McGoldrick was a regular contributor to HONOLULU Magazine, shooting evocative style and pinup images. Here, a look back at her iconic career.

ROBBIE DINGEMAN

 

18 REASONS WE LOVE HAWAI‘I FASHION

From chic beachwear and bold, nature-inspired prints to cool collabs and fresh spins on sartorial traditions, here are 18 reasons we’re crazy about Hawai‘i fashion.

BY MARIA KANAI, STACEY MAKIYA, NATALIE SCHACK AND BRIE THALMANN

THE INSIDER’S GUIDE TO HONOLULU FASHION WEEK

The second annual HONOLULU Fashion Week is here. Find out all about the designers, the runway shows and the pop-up shop featuring locally created fashions.

BY BIANCA SEWAKE

Calabash

TRUE GRIT 

Up close and personal with Hawai‘i sand.

BY HONOLULU MAGAZINE STAFF 

 

NOVEMBER PICKS 

We know you’ve already got solid plans Nov. 20 through 22 (*cough* HONOLULU Fashion Week *cough*), but we’ve got some other ways to help you fill runway-devoid days.

BY KATRINA VALCOURT 

 

A NEW SURF DOCUMENTARY

North Shore surf phenom John Florence’s new movie celebrates a life of family, friends and freestyle surfing.

BY DON WALLACE 

 

DA METER 

Gauging what’s hot and what’s not in Honolulu.

BY HONOLULU MAGAZINE STAFF 

 

WHO’S LOVING THE HEAT?

The brutal summer heat hasn’t been bad for everyone.

BY JAMES CHARISMA 

 

PRINTER ERROR

Sometimes, size matters.

BY JAMES CHARISMA 

 

QUOTE UNQUOTE: SAVING THE KA IWI COAST

A land purchase to keep more of East Honolulu’s Ka Iwi Coast as open space is expected to be finalized next month. Phil Estermann, 73, has been fighting development of the Ka Iwi shoreline since the ’80s.

BY ROBBIE DINGEMAN 

 

FIELD NOTES: A K-DRAMA CLUB

Field Notes explores Honolulu’s vast and varied scenes and subcultures. This month:  The Hanguk Drama Hawai‘i Club.

BY DEBRA TOY BRESSEM 

 

‘Ono: Food and Dining

A profile on restaurateur Chai Chaowasaree, plus a review of Aloha Tofu Town.

BY MARI TAKETA

 

Opinion

EDITOR’S PAGE: FASHION FORWARD

Exploring Hawai‘i style.

BY ROBBIE DINGEMAN

 

AFTERTHOUGHTS: ACTION TIME

Men, consider the jumpsuit.

BY MICHAEL KEANY

 

From Our Files

HONOLULU Magazine and Paradise of the Pacific—chronicling the Islands since 1888.

BY MICHEAL KEANY

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