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Summer Concert Series Announced: Al Fresco at the Aquarium

As we find ourselves basking in the glow of Jack Johnson's successful Kokua Festival, the sounds of music can still be heard on the shores of Honolulu: The Waikiki Aquarium has announced its summer 2010 concert line-up. "Ke Kani O Ke Kai" features a roster of some of Hawaii's top musicians, who will perform outdoors every Thursday evening, starting June 17.

Sunny Massad To Offer Seminars Based on "UnTherapy"

Massad's New Book Talks of Coaching One's Self Out of Old Habits

There's no secret to the fact that we're in the midst of a renaissance of ideals. Everywhere we turn, people are trying to incorporate a more natural existence, using time and resources that benefit their surroundings and family.

Documentary Film Series, Monday Evenings at Honolulu Design Center

Don Brown's former U.H. Sunday Evening Films now at Hi-Tech Design Center Theater

Hawai`i-based producer and all-around story-teller of the human experience, Don Brown, has changed venues for his Sunday evening film series from UH to the Honolulu Design Center, now to be held on Monday nights. Starting at 7:00 p.m., the venue offers free parking in the covered garage off Kapiolani Boulevard.

Duke's Waikiki to Honor Molokai Fisherman

Most of you know all about the good times, great drinks and jubilant vibe at Duke's Waikiki. A few of you even know that the venue is a Hawai`i institution—where you can often find legendary Waikiki Beach Boys like Rabbit Kekai and Buffalo Keaulana (to name a few) saddled up to a bar stool.

Major Wood (Show) at Art Academy March 26 through April 11

On Friday, March 26th, the annual Hawaii Wood Show begins a 2 week run that will spotlight the most talented wood artists in North America and Polynesia. The show will take place at the Honolulu Academy of Arts, at 1111 Victoria Street in Honolulu, and run through April 11, 2010.

HIFF Preps for Spring Showcase Sneak Peak

Twenty Films in April to Whet the Palate for October's Main Event

Executive director Chuck Boller and the organizers for this year's 30th Annual Hawaii International Film Festival (HIFF) will get the ball rolling with the 13th year of "Spring Showcase"—20 films that will screen at Regal Dole Cannery Stadium theaters, April 16 – 22, 2010.

Ukulele Festival Resonates in Waikoloa

On Saturday, March 6, the 10th Annual Great Waikoloa `Ukulele Festival will take place from 2:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Held at Queens' Marketplace on the Big Island of Hawai`i, the event will feature legendary "Ambassador of Aloha" Danny Kaleikini as Master of Ceremonies.

EXCLUSIVE FEATURE: The Paskowitz Family Interview

The World's Most Unconventional Surf Family Talks About Life After The Film

Once in a great while you'll catch wind of a truly fascinating story. As a journalist, I often hope it's one that's both true, and one I can track down the characters of. The story you're about to read came to us through a screening of the film Surfwise, at the Maui Film Festival a few years back.

Big Board Classic at Makaha: Where the Buffalo Play

How many times have you said in conversation: "Man, I totally need to get out to Makaha." Well, here's the perfect opportunity. The Buffalo Big Board Surfing Classic will be held this coming weekend, February 13 – 15, on Makaha Beach.

Respected Yoga Practitioner on The State of Our Spiritual Affairs

"Yogi Rick" Teaches the Well-Informed on Oahu; Now He Sits With Us

Palo Alto native Richard Bernstein, or, "Yogi Rick", is one of those easily recognizable characters who has become a mainstay in the lives of everyone that has come in to contact with him, let alone taken one of his Saturday morning classes in Nu`uanu Valley.

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