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The Cat and the Phat

2010.10.18 06:50 AM

This Week’s Open House Pick: Ewa Beach

I wrote about the Ka Makana at Hoakalei resort community a few weeks back. If you’ll recall, I mentioned that the community’s most affordable housing options, the Lehua Series town houses, were temporarily sold out. Well, lo and behold, the first town home resale has hit the market, and it will be open this Sunday.
2010.10.15 03:01 PM

Soy Wonder

2010.10.15 10:03 AM

Leather Handbags Go Eco-Friendly

A new line of leather clutches, made from eco-friendly leather remnants, has arrived in Honolulu.
2010.10.14 08:53 PM

"Get a Job!" at HIFF

Here we've listed all of the locally-made films showing at the Hawaii International Film Festival, and interviewed Brian Kohne, director of Get a Job.
2010.10.14 05:32 PM

Weekly Waikiki Real Estate Walking Tours

The latest home-buying trend has legs, er, feet. As evidenced by two of my recent posts (see my stories on Kailua real estate bike tours and Coldwell Banker Pacific Properties’ Waikiki is Open event), eco-friendly real estate tours are popping up left and right. But it seems I missed one: Century 21 All Islands has long been hosting weekly real estate walking tours in Waikiki.
2010.10.14 05:24 PM

Weekend Picks - October 14, 2010

2010.10.14 10:50 AM

Lanikai House Reduced, Listed for Under $1.6 Million

“I’ve had eight sales in Lanikai in the past year, all good properties,” says realtor Annie Kwock, as she gestures toward a new-ish, 4,000-sq.-ft. residence down the road that sold, without ever coming on the market, for $3,350,000. Another nearby listing, this one also a private sale, went for $1,665,000. So, a house in this neighborhood priced at $1,580,000 is something of a good deal? “It’s a phenomenal deal,” says Kwock of this Koohoo Pl. listing.
2010.10.13 07:16 PM

Ecila at HIFF

Here we've listed all of the locally-made films showing at the Hawaii International Film Festival, and interviewed Darieus Legg, director of Ecila.
2010.10.13 03:06 PM

That's the Ticket

2010.10.13 10:19 AM

Manoa Bed & Breakfast Still Hopes to Welcome Buyer

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

Chasing Rainbows at HIFF

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