Military Museum

November 6, 2014

A hop and a skip away from some of the more saturated areas in Waikiki is a place offering history and R&R for little or no cost. Located at the West end of Waikiki is Fort DeRussy Armed Forces Recreation… More >

Step Back in Time

November 6, 2014

By Kathleen Wong Take a break at Royal Hawaiian Center’s The Royal Grove and learn about the history of the area. Steer away from the energetic Waikiki strip and enter the serenity of the Royal Hawaiian Center’s The Royal Grove,… More >

Vintage Island

November 6, 2014

The work of artist Nick Kuchar (of Everything is Jake!) is featured at many stores around Waikiki, including Greenroom Hawaii. Waikiki Magazine got a chance to catch up with Kuchar to talk about his work and inspiration. How do you… More >

Oddballs Of The Ocean

November 6, 2014

Waikiki Aquarium’s newest exhibit, “Amazing Adaptations,” collects together an odd bunch of underwater creatures. The seahorses, pipefishes and weedy and leafy seadragons on display are members of an unusual fish family known as Syngnathidae. Some of the uncommon traits seen… More >

Art for All

November 6, 2014

Every Saturday and Sunday, a strip of Monsarrat Avenue across from Kapi‘olani Park transforms into a colorful arts district where about 15 to 20 artists affix their works on the fence next to the Honolulu Zoo. Lovely Banyan trees offer… More >

Hang Ten

November 6, 2014

Surfing has been a staple of Waikiki’s leisure activities for quite some time, and the amazing weather, beautiful scenery and capable instructors make Waikiki the perfect place to learn or expand your skills. Hans Hedemann Surf School celebrates its 20th… More >

Get Fresh

November 6, 2014

Local gifts and produce sprout at Hyatt Regency Waikiki’s Farmers Market. For the freshest, ripest and most nutritious produce and artisan food products, go to the source. In the case of Hyatt Regency Waikiki’s Farmers Market, the source comes to… More >

Island Gentleman

November 6, 2014

Every performance is ladies’ night at “Na Kane – The Men of Paradise”—where fun, fantasy and a fleet of 10 chiseled charmers wait. Each weekend, The Men of Paradise proudly showcase choreographed hip-hop, country and Polynesian dance routines in a… More >

Sweet Serenades

November 6, 2014

Local singer Nohelani Cypriano is crafting her own legacy. Nohelani Cypriano has conjured the kind of long-standing musical career here in the islands that most dream of—and many might (metaphorically) kill for. Over the past 30 years, this beloved daughter… More >

Foodie Fest

September 5, 2014

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 four years, the annual Hawai‘i Food & Wine Festival has earned a coveted spot on… More >

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