Honolulu

A 129-Year-Old Kiawe Tree-Halekolani

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The Halekulani’s iconic kiawe tree has sadly fallen down by nature on this past Sunday.  The tree was standing solo by the hotel’s signature restaurant, House [...]

International Market Place in Waikiki Grand Opening

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The International Market Place has been reborn and ready to open.  Its grand opening is this Thursday August 25th, 2016.  They are giving away $20 gift [...]

Family Sunday at Honolulu Museum of Art

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“Family Sunday,” sponsored by Bank of Hawaii, is held on the 3rd Sunday of each month at the Honolulu Museum of Art. It’s the perfect way to spend holoholo [...]

22nd Made In Hawaii Festival

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The Neal Blaisdell Center felt like Tokyo station today.  Many holoholo families and visitors flocked to the 22nd annual Made-In-Hawaii-Festival.  This event will continue through Sunday.

Made-in-Hawaii is a great [...]

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A Quick Get Away

One of the advantages of living in a popular vacation destination is…you’re already there.  Need a quick get-away?  Sometimes, you got to take an advantage of living in Paradise.

Affordable Housing Application Deadline Soon

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The application deadline for the newest and the most affordable housing for its kind in Hawaii, is August 31, 2016.  The paperwork may seem uncomplicated, but it will involve [...]

A little Festivity on the IBM Building

It’s still one of my favorite buildings in Honolulu.  This IBM Building was designed by famed architect Vladi­mir Ossipoff in 1962.

December 3, 2014|Honolulu|0 Comments|
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    “Cuauhtémoc” Mexican Navel Vessel Visits Honolulu Harbor

“Cuauhtémoc” Mexican Navel Vessel Visits Honolulu Harbor

Mexican Navy Training Ship was visiting Honolulu and they opened up to the public.  At the departure, the navies climbed up on the mast to wave with two hands.  Pretty cool!

October 9, 2014|Honolulu|0 Comments|

Congratulations Leanne!

Congratulations to Leanne Yamane for winning a Las Vegas trip for two!

Leanne is the grand prize winner of Shirokiya’s inaugural store survey drawing. Many thanks to Vacations Hawaii for sponsoring the drawing. They made [...]

Archives Building in Honolulu