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2010 Kokua Festival
The sixth annual Kokua Festival hosted by Jack Johnson supports environmental education and sustainability in the islands. First-class acts, inspirational sponsors, and devout fans are coming together this weekend to support sustainable living in Hawaii.
Getting Away from It All in Malaekahana
Malaekahana Bay offers solitude, natural beauty, and true peace and quiet to the weary traveler.
Polo on Oahu's North Shore
Polo isn't just for the mainland. It has made its way to the islands and grown in popularity over the years. Every Sunday, the polo field in Mokuleia, Oahu is home to a weekly gathering of not only polo, but also tailgating, beachcombing and dancing until the sun sets.
At Bogart's, surf culture meets home-style cooking and impeccable service. This Diamond Head hole-in-the-wall leaves customers coming back for more.
Tsunami In Hawaii
Hawaii dodged a bullet last Saturday, February 27th. The tsunami triggered by Chile's earthquake lost power as it approached Hawaii, leaving island residents stocked up on water and gasoline.
Since the economic downturn, island-hopping has become more expensive and less popular. Read more to find out what modes are available, how much they cost, and what perks they offer.
Talk Story - Hawaii Newsletter
For details on Talk Story, the Hawaii site newsletter, read on.
Ono Hawaiian Foods
Adventurous eaters can't pass up this legendary Hawaiian restaurant in Honolulu. It serves up the best in local fare, including poi, lau lau and kalua pig. If you're thinking, "What is all that?" then this article's for you.
Lava Gazing on Kilauea Volcano
The Big Island of Hawaii is home to the most active volcano in the East Rift Zone. Visitors can watch as the lava courses down the mountain and reshapes the island.
'Tis the Season of Humpback Whales
Whales grace the islands with acrobatic displays every winter, and this year is no exception. From November to April, whale watchers can take part in a bounty of breaching Humpback whales.
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