Archive for September 2013

Hidden Gem

Tucked away in The Breakers Hotel on Beach Walk is Wasabi Bistro, a charming gem of a restaurant off the beaten path of the bigger Waikiki thoroughfares. The menu features traditional Japanese dishes, modern interpretations of Japanese food and unique… More >

Top Chefs

Celebrate food, wine and the culinary arts with top chefs from Hawai’i and around the world at this world-class food and wine festival. In just three years, the annual Hawai’i Food & Wine Festival has earned a coveted spot on… More >

Animal Attractions

Sprawled out on 42 acres at the end of Kalakaua Ave., the Honolulu Zoo was first established by King David Kalakaua, who granted the land to the people of Hawai’i. Initially a bird park, the zoo has grown to be… More >

Works of Art

In the midst of opening his Waikiki gallery LeBlank Art earlier this summer, artist Shane Bowden was already brainstorming ideas for an upcoming project as he sat sketching in his studio one morning. It seems that Bowden never has any… More >

Ahoy, Matey!

Sail the waters off of Waikiki and enter the pirate life. If you’re looking for some adventure on the high seas, one Waikiki boat trip will have you enjoying more than just the stunning scenery. Hawaii Pirate Ship Adventures takes… More >

Aloha Live!

Stunning views and spectacular performances make this entertaining dinner show It’s one part lu’au, one part Cirque, and 100 percent fun. Aloha Live is a captivating blend of Polynesian Dance and Cirque du Soleil-style performances. High atop the Queen Kapiolani… More >

Golden Voice

Local singer Jeff Apaka croons the classics. It’s 5 o’clock on Sunday afternoon—pau hana time at the Tapa Bar in the Hilton Hawaiian Village. The warm, tropical sun is dipping, burning, disappearing beyond the horizon line. The crowd has traded… More >

Fan Fare

It’s game day, and play-by-play mobile updates just aren’t doing it for you. You’re wishing someone would throw you a Hail Mary pass and point you in the direction of nearest eatery so you can watch your team and enjoy… More >

Jack’s Back

We sit down with Jack Johnson and discuss his new album, From Here, To Now, To You, theater touring and surfing Waikiki. How is From Here, To Now, To You (in stores Sept. 17) different from your other albums? There’s… More >

Tracking Time

Get some exercise along the Waikiki Historic Trail. One of the problems many travelers have while on vacation is finding the time to fit in exercise while still getting to tour all the historic sites their destination has to offer…. More >

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