State-wide fireworks on New Year’s Eve are an annual ritual in Hawaii adopted from the Chinese tradition of playing of “firecrackers” as a symbolic act of chasing evil spirits away and inviting good luck, fortune and prosperity. Meanwhile, the Japanese community adds flavor to New Year’s Day celebrations with mochi…
Obama, the “Hawaii Kid” and State-wide fireworks spell one thing- spending the Christmas and New Year’s holidays in Hawaii.
Click here for popout Picasa slideshow Canoe paddling is not a sport that naturally comes to mind when you think of New York City or the East Coast, …but think again. Each summer, east coast canoe clubs make their way out to the Big Apple for the New York Liberty Race to represent their coastal […]
July is here and it’s time to celebrate the festivities of Bon Dance in Hawaii!
Kaka’ako/Kewalo Development: Hawaii’s face-lift in dire need of a positive change. This past Saturday morning, approximately 100 volunteers came out to Kewalo Basin Park to help clean the beach park.
The 93rd annual King Kamehameha parade struggles with economy.
Ocean Rower and Environmentalist, Roz Savage launches second stage of her solo row across the Pacific Ocean. The press launch event took place at the Waikiki Yacht Club, Hawaii. For more information or to follow her voyage and blogs go to www.rozsavage.com.
This past Memorial Day over 40,000 people attended the 10th Annual Lantern Lighting celebration at Ala Moana Beach Park. BBQ grills, bento plate lunches and blue tarp family picnic tents were out in abundance in typical “local island style”…