On Feb. 8, Marine Corps Base Hawaii Kaneohe Bay's 2014 Swamp Romp participants raced through mud and dirt. Individuals and teams competed in the 3.5-mile run through the Nuupia ponds, Fort Hase Beach and challenging obstacles.
On Feb. 8, participants raced through mud and dirt for the Marine Corps Base Hawaii Kaneohe Bay's 2014 Swamp Romp. Teams competed in the 3.5-mile run through the Nuupia ponds, Fort Hase Beach and challenging obstacles.
On Feb. 7 and 8, visitors attended the Punahou School's Carnival "New York, New York The Carnival That Never Sleeps!" The two-day event raised money for the school's financial aid program.
On Feb. 17 (Presidents' Day), thousands of walkers and runners participated in the Great Aloha Run from Aloha Tower to Aloha Stadium.
On Feb. 22, Warrior Dash Hawaii participants competed in an obstacle race at the Dillingham Ranch in Waialua, Hawaii. They overcame obstacles, such as climbing over a rock climbing wall, slogging through mud and crawling under barbed wire fencing. Event finishers enjoyed a free beer after the race.
Hawaii's 2014 Best Dentists celebrated Feb. 21 at the Mercedez-Benz with a special casino night.
Chocolate lovers indulged in the one-day Hawaii Chocolate Festival at Dole Cannery Shops. HONOLULU Magazine and Lei Chic Hawaii sponsored the event on Feb. 22.
A private Meet the New Editor reception at 12th Avenue Grill for HONOLULU Magazine's editor Robbie Dingeman.
The Life Foundation hosted its annual benefit, Red Dress Ball on March 1, 2014 at the Neal Blaisdell. The fashion event included designs by celebrity designers Ari South and Couture Creations by Calvi.
The 14th Annual Mardi Gras Carnaval Festival shut down a portion of Chinatown on Tuesday night. Mardi Gras revelers celebrated Fat Tuesday with music, food and dance.
On March 8, runners participated in the traditional Japanese relay race, Honolulu Rainbow Ekiden in Waikiki.
The 20th Honolulu Festival concluded with the grand parade on March 9. The parade started on Saratoga Road and ended along Kalakaua Avenue in Waikiki.