It’s more than a party essential, it’s a symbol of civic compromise.
Get Out and Go: Eating mochi, practicing yoga, singing along to “Wicked Game” and honoring U.S. veterans. There’s something for everyone out there this month.
This month, relax with kava, indulge in local seafood and scare yourself at Oahu’s favorite haunted houses.
Eat, drink and be merry this month with a sake tasting, culinary events and a celebration of all things rice-related.
Aces in Miniature: Some of those jets over Kaneohe are remote-control model aircraft.
Bargain Spas: If you’re looking to be pampered on a budget, check out a Korean spa.
Enjoy the Bard, grab a cup of Hawaii-grown Joe and paddle in honor of the Duke.
Diving Into Action: Not just a waterman, Brian Keaulana designs action scenes for Hollywood.
An annual music celebration draws fans from around the world.
Strong Work: Artist Kupihea Romero stands with his pair of sculptures entitled “Kino Waa,” currently on display at the Honolulu Academy of Arts.
Light, Beer: Kona Brewing Co. reaps savings—and makes a good brew—using solar power.
If Carly Simon had frequented Glazer’s Coffee on South King Street, she might have sung about flowers in her coffee instead of clouds.