2010.10.13 10:19 AM
Manoa Valley Inn is one of the neighborhood’s most iconic residences, and certainly one of the island’s most charming historic homes. Built in 1911, the residence was formerly known as the John Guild House, named after the secretary of Alexander & Baldwin who acquired and renovated the property to its current form in 1919. In fact, the home, which is on the National Register of Historic Places, has been owned by several prominent local figures throughout its history.
2010.10.12 06:11 PM
Here we've listed all of the locally-made films showing at the Hawaii International Film Festival, and interviewed Greg Andermann, director of Chasing Rainbows.
2010.10.12 05:17 PM
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Through the month of October, the Polynesian Cultural Center will take you on a ride into its Haunted Lagoon.
2010.10.11 07:32 PM
Forbes recently released its annual listing of America’s Most Expensive Zip Codes, and Hawaii’s top-ranking zip codes raised more than a few eyebrows. That’s because, according to the Forbes list, Hawaii’s most expensive zip code is 96703, Anahola, which came in at number 60 with a median home price of $1,921,875. The second-most expensive zip code in the islands? That would be 96714, Hanalei, which came in at No. 72 on the Forbes list with a median home price of $1,732,833. So how did these two Kauai zip codes out-rank Oahu’s consistently pricey 96821 (Aina Haina), which came in third?
2010.10.11 07:03 PM
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2010.10.11 10:01 AM
This is our 13th presentation of the Best Lawyers in Hawaii, as determined by the research firm Woodward/White, publishers of The Best Lawyers in America.
2010.10.10 05:00 AM
Honolulu foodies should check out the new store Magnolia, opening tomorrow at Kahala Mall.
2010.10.08 10:17 PM
For this weekend’s open-house pick, I’ve set my sights on Manoa—specifically, the former caretaker residence to the Straub Estate. According to listing agent Kai McDurmin, the original Straub home, built in 1919, sat on approximately an acre of land tucked into the back of the valley, and the caretakers’ quarters was built on part of the property in 1939. The entire estate was later subdivided into three parcels, one of which included the caretakers’ residence.
2010.10.08 06:16 PM
Looking for a unique gift or colorful new outfit? Check out the just-opened imports store, Himalayan Treasure, in University Square.
2010.10.08 05:44 PM