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I Heart Hawaii: Andy South

2010.09.17 11:29 AM

Sponsored Edition: Head, Shoulders, Knees and Clothes

2010.09.17 09:51 AM

Honolulu’s Kaiser Estate Still Seeks Buyer

It’s been nearly two years since the remaining portion of the former Kaiser Estate was put on the market by its owners, Mr. and Mrs. S.L. Chan, and there’s hope that the estate may finally find a new owner, one with pockets deep enough to bring it back to its former glory. According to Mary Worrall Associates’ managing director Alden Yamane, since it was listed, a dozen or so potential buyers have seen the property, three of which were “serious.”
2010.09.16 05:18 PM

Weekend Picks - September 16, 2010

2010.09.16 09:35 AM

Cocktail Seminars at the Halekulani

This weekend Halekulani hosts “The Art of the Cocktail.”
2010.09.15 07:00 PM

Looking for Hawaii Real Estate? There’s an App for That.

Full disclosure: I’m addicted to my iPhone, and, like any true iPhone junkie, I love a good app. So I’m pretty stoked about the Prudential Locations Real Estate Search, a fabulously functional (and free!) local real estate app for your iPhone, iTouch or iPad.
2010.09.15 06:07 PM

Sass Act

2010.09.15 09:55 AM

Affordable Rentals on the Beach in Oahu? It’s Possible.

Vibe: The Waterfront at Puuloa offers beachfront living in former military housing. Formerly known as the Iroquois Point Island Club, the community’s military roots are still evident: There’s a Navy Exchange gas station and mini mart, and a somewhat-reliable ferry that shuttles military residents (about 60 percent of the community’s population is military) to and from Ford Island and Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard. The community, with 1,450 homes and approximately 5,000 residents, comes off as a small, Sims-like town.
2010.09.14 03:58 PM

Clothes on the Nose

2010.09.14 10:43 AM

Halloween Costumes on a Budget

Honolulu Magazine's shopping editor found some cheap and eco friendly Halloween costumes.
2010.09.13 05:33 PM

Kailua Beachfront Estate Reduced by $1.8 Million

Perhaps the third time is the charm for this Kailua beachfront estate, which recently had its third price drop. The nearly 8,000-plus-sq.-ft., Kailua residence designed by architect Peter Vincent was originally listed at $21 million, reduced to $14.8 million and has now settled in at a little less than $13 million.
2010.09.13 04:58 PM

Up All Night

2010.09.13 10:20 AM