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Screening Now
Kai Andersen | June 2, 2014

1. Maui Film Festival
The Valley Isle is ready to dazzle cinephiles once again. Not only are there incredible films—we’re ready to see the surf flick ...

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Resto Report
Kai Andersen | May 23, 2014

1. Stage Restaurant
If you haven’t been to this hip eatery at Honolulu Design Center, it’s time to make a reservation. The interiors have been given a new...

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Now Sea Here!
Kai Andersen | May 15, 2014

1. Japengo
WHAT We love that this resto headed by top toque Jon Matsubara is hidden above the fray on Kalākaua Avenue. Follow our suggestion: Take a seat in the lounge and order some of the fresh sushi and...

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We Got the Beat!
Kai Andersen | May 8, 2014

1. Midnight in Tokyo
Join American Cancer Society for its Hope Gala Honolulu. This year, the Japanese metropolis provides ample inspiration for culinary wonders to...

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Mix It Up
Kai Andersen | May 2, 2014

1. The Bar and Lounge at Nobu Waikiki
For jet-setters, media moguls and creative types, this lounge remains the spot to catch up after hours. More likely than not, they...

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Affairs to Remember
Jasmine Lombardi | April 23, 2014

The next time you drop into an extravagant wedding, a fabulous cocktail reception or a Champagne-stocked store opening in the islands, take a moment to look behind the scenes. More cases than not, you’ll find Morgan Childs, owner...

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Nate Chapnick | April 22, 2014

For more than a century, Cadillac has been the standard-bearer for American automotive luxury. And with its new plug-in electric ELR, the Detroit manufacturer introduces what is perhaps the most enviable automotive amenity of all: The ability to go...

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Kai Andersen | April 22, 2014

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The St. Regis Princeville Resort, Kaua‘i

One of the most distinctive features of The St. Regis properties is the nightly ceremonial Champagne sabering. But perhaps...

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Play Time
Lesa Griffith | Photography by Linny Morris | April 22, 2014

Across the country, chefs with big technique and democratic tendencies are making highly creative yet friendly cuisine. From San Francisco’s State Bird Provisions to New York’s Empellon Taqueria, as the plates...

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Fresh Start
Jennifer Thornton | April 22, 2014

When Greg Warner, principal of Walker Warner Architects, sought inspiration while designing the single-family residence Kakapa Bay—a luxuriously restrained response to more elaborate resort architecture on Hawai‘i Island’s Kona...

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Grape Expectations
Eliza Escaño-Vasquez | April 18, 2014

While winemaker Brett Miller can recall childhood memories of his French grandmother allowing him sips of wine as he helped prepare the family meals, his formal training happened in world-class vineyards and...

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The Young Man and the Sea
Kelli Gratz | April 18, 2014

Makua Rothman stands out as one of the Hawai‘i top watermen of his generation. After all, his full first name in Hawaiian, Makuakai, means “guardian of the sea”—a fitting moniker for one of surfing...

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