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The Breakfast Club
Kai Andersen | July 25, 2014

1. bills Sydney
Aussie culinary personality Bill Granger’s first Honolulu outpost offers two spots for the most important meal of the day. The downstairs cafe...

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In Fine Print
Kai Andersen | July 21, 2014

1. Tori Richard
WHAT Dress it up with the new Second Set long-sleeve shirt from Tori Richard’s Orange Label—known for its contemporary, slimmer cut...

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Stellar Spa-cation
Rance China | July 14, 2014

1. Willow Stream Spa
At the new, 9,000 square-foot spa at The Fairmont Kea Lani, Maui in Wailea, Hawaiian healing...

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The Great Escape
Kai Andersen | July 8, 2014

1. Nalu Kinetic Spa
Discover this crowing jewel of the recently rebranded Turtle Bay Resort on the North Shore of Oʻahu. Treatments here place an emphasis...

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Back to Basics
Shannon Wianecki | Photography by Nina Kuna | July 7, 2014

“Come my house. Eat.” Unabashedly defiant of standard grammar, the pidgin motto of Wailea’s newest restaurant gives hint that dinner at Migrant Maui...

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Changing of the Guard
Jenn Thornton | July 7, 2014

The fully operational vault door inside the 2,400-square-foot penthouse at The Vanguard Lofts, which appropriated the historic National Cash Register building for its modern-loft apartments in Honolulu’s artsy Kaka‘ako...

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Porsche, Plein Air!
Nate Chapnick | July 7, 2014

Is it a coupe or is it a convertible? The 2014 911 Targa 4S is actually a bit of both, giving drivers the top-down freedom of a convertible with the stylish lines and performance of a hardtop coupe. The latest addition to the 911 lineup...

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Man Behind the Myth
Kai Andersen | July 7, 2014

It goes without saying that Moses Goods has presence. Tall and broad-shouldered, the Maui-raised performer attracts attention by his physical presence alone. Then, there’s his voice, capable of booming with an almost Olympian sense...

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Click
Kelli Gratz | July 7, 2014

When
11:19PM
4.18.14

Where
Blaisdell Arena, Honolulu

Ever since Bruno Mars’ knockout performance at the Super Bowl halftime show in February, this island-born talent has proved that he is well...

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Unplugged
Beth Weitzman and Warren Weitzman | July 2, 2014

Back in 1940, when Rancho La Puerta (or “the Ranch”) first welcomed guests in Tecate, Baja California, Mexico, it did so on a BYOT (bring your own tent) basis for $17.50 a week. For this, spa-goers enjoyed no running water, no...

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