Honolulu / Waikiki
Waikiki Beach is in the eastern side of the city of Honolulu.
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.
3rd Annual Surf Film Festival
Festival-goers can surf the world's best waves from cushioned theatre chairs. The Honolulu Academy of Arts will feature the latest surf films between now and the end of July.
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.
Heaven From the Earth at KCC Farmers' Market
Local farmers bring their bounty to Kapi'olani Community College every Saturday morning. Tempt your taste buds with fresh greens and local grinds.
If you've ever thought about running or walking 26.2 miles, there is no better place to do it than Honolulu. The course is mostly flat and every kilometer boasts gorgeous scenery.
Honoulu Through Our President's Eyes
Barack Obama did not grow up with a charmed life in the Aloha State. His neighborhood is a far cry from what most think of when they picture Hawaii. An afternoon trip through his old stomping grounds gives insight to the 44th president's background and popularity.
Moonlight Surfing in Waikiki
Catching waves in Waikiki is better when the crowds are gone and the moon is high.
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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.
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