Monthly Archives: April 2017

Hawaii in January

After the haze clears from the New Year’s Eve fireworks, people in Hawaii take a deep breath and get ready for the year ahead. Whale watching season peaks in January, major sporting events put Hawaii in the national spotlight, and let’s face it – even though it’s our “rainy season,” winter in Hawaii is probably a whole lot warmer than […]

Hawaii Travel News 12/31/2010

Mauna Kea reserve closure extended amid drought | KHON2 Hawaii’s News Leader So sad! This is why, in Hawaii, we call rain a "Hawaiian Blessing." Yes, it may interfere with beach activities, but we truly do need the rain to keep Hawaii green. Ahi supplies sufficient for New Year’s – | News, Sports, Jobs, Visitor’s Information – The Maui […]

Day Trip: Honolulu Fish Auction

Looking for a great foodie adventure in Honolulu that shows off the best in fresh, local seafood? Want the chance to witness the process of how that delicious mahimahi gets from the ocean and onto your plate? Look no further than the Honolulu Fish Auction at Pier 38. For this Honolulu day trip, you’ll need to start really early. The […]

Hawaii Travel News 12/17/2010

Musicians Get Work Days After Symphony Closure – Honolulu News Story – KITV Honolulu The Honolulu Symphony was shut down earlier this week, but many of its musicians are joining Ballet Hawaii for their performances of the Nutcracker. Governor Abercrombie Signs-Off on Final Rail EIS | KHON2 Hawaii’s News Leader It's been talked about for years, but with the new […]

New Year’s Eve in Hawaii

Choosing where to celebrate New Year’s Eve in Hawaii will depend on your personal taste for how much (or how little) you want to do to ring in the new year. You’ll find nightclubs with theme parties, hotels and other venues throwing concerts, restaurants and boat cruises with special menus, fireworks shows that can be enjoyed outdoors (without being bundled […]

Hawaii Travel News 12/13/2010

Hawaii’s overall health among best in nation – Hawaii News – Low air pollution, low prevalence of obesity, and other positive health factors ranked Hawaii number 5 in the nation for overall health. West Hawaii Today – from archives > Local > Snow on Mauna Kea The first snow fell this week on the Big Island! Yes, we do […]


Honolulu is a study in contrasts. As the capital of the state of Hawaii, the city and county of Honolulu comprises the entire island of Oahu and is home to over 70% of the state’s population. If you’re looking for a metropolitan city with culture, nightlife, and more that just so happens to be situated right alongside a stretch of […]

Hawaii Travel News 12/05/2010

Island Images – Hawaii News – Love the photos of island keiki (children) playing in the snow. Bringing in truck beds of snow is pretty much the only chance a lot of kids will ever get to dress that warmly and have a snowball fight! New Pearl Harbor Visitor Center | KHON2 Hawaii’s News Leader It's hard to believe […]

5 Places to Watch Football in Waikiki

It’s football season and the rivalries are out! Whether you’re following your home team (even in paradise – that’s devotion!) or just looking for a place to kick back with a beer and some grub, we’ve got you covered. Here are just a few of your options for sports bars in Waikiki. Keep in mind that Hawaii Standard Time puts […]