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Volume 8.2

Fall / Winter 2016
The Time Keeper

For nearly five decades, photographer Franco Salmoiraghi has documented important moments, daily life, and disappearing sights in Hawai‘i.

Miniature Master

The Japanese art form of bonsai gets a Hawaiian treatment in the hands of Kahi Ching.

Fields of Cane

Although the last plantation is closing its doors after nearly 20 decades of sugar production in Hawai‘i, one O‘ahu distillery…

Of Palms and Poems

Guests of Halekulani will soon encounter the palms and passions of Poet Laureate W.S. Merwin, purveyor of one of the…

Fit For a Queen

After 150 years of making honey, local bees still keep apiarists abuzz in the island’s sweetest industry.

Taste Makers

Twenty-five years ago, 12 chefs pioneered a new culinary movement called Hawai‘i Regional Cuisine, and the isle’s food scene has…

Botanical Escapes

In Honolulu, botanical gardens provide respite from urban sprawl and are invaluable resources for maintaining biodiversity.

Agricultural Bounty

Embark on a farm-to-table tour at Kualoa Ranch, which produces an abundance of culinary adventures across its 4,000 pristine acres.

International Market Place

International Market Place celebrates the history and culture of Waikīkī and its people.

T Galleria by DFS, Hawaii

At this Waikīkī landmark, enjoy he world’s most in-demand luxury items—all with no tax added.

Hiking in Hawai‘i

Take a trip around O‘ahu and blaze trails that ascend mountains and curve along oceans.

JK7

At SpaHalekulani, experience the JK7 Luxurious Natural Skin Care, created by skincare pioneer Jurgen Klein.

North Shore

Though North Shore is known for its world-class surfing, the charming towns of Waialua and Hale‘iwa make for nostalgic retreats…

Kelly Sueda

This art consultant’s creative pursuits bring world-class works to the islands.

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