Piano Prodigy Releases Debut Album

On June 2nd, 2007, at the Mamiya Theater in Honolulu, pianist Shawn Livingston Moseley will orchestrate a performance of original music, art and dance. He will be joined by a bevy of special guests, who read like a "Who's Who" list of Hawaii talent.

Introducing Tia Carrere: Hawaiian Songstress and Fan of B on Hawaii

While scripting the ideal rock n' roll fantasy girlfriend movie sometime in the early 1990's, Mike Myers pictured a sassy, exotic crooner who not only turned heads but could carry a tune. The vixen who filled the role was exactly that, and more: Ms. Tia Carrere.

Kona Brewing Co. Releases Wailua Wheat For Spring

A quick plug for not just one of our sponsors, but one of Hawaii's tried and true products that is garnering quite a buzz throughout the mainland.

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Hotel Hana-Maui: Big Savings On Summer Escape Packages

B On Hawaii Silent Auction Raises Funds For Childrens' Scholarships

A brief yet extremely important aside: Thanks to the silent auction donators and those who bid on items, we at B on Hawaii will be able to sponsor at least two children for the home schooled/special needs educational program offered at Diamond Head Theatre.

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Germs On Your Mind? Keep Them Off Your Head, For Starters

Recently, we were contacted by an entrepreneur who launched a product line that seems to have your health in mind. Arlene Rosenstein is a former travel industry associate who now sells disposable headrest covers that affix to any airplane seat, train seat, even movie-theatre seat.

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Four Seasons Hawaii Wants You To Spend A Free Night

It seems a bit odd writing on Lana'i at this time; I have written no less than six stories on the magnificent isle in the last four months, for magazines that include Town & Country Travel, Islands, Hawaiian Style and Modern Bride, just to name a few. Considering that Lana'i is Hawaii's smallest (of the six major) island at 90,000 acres, that's alot of ink!

The Polynesian Cultural Center's Samoan Festival Lights Up La'ie

Fire, Knives And Culture: May on Oahu:

Talofa! If you have not channeled your inner Samoan warrior in a few months, then May is the month for you.

B On Hawaii Celebrates One Year Anniversary!!!

Hawaii's Tropical Gardens Receive Major Funding

A bit of good news for all the botanists, science geeks and general appreciators of all things flora and fauna-related. The National Tropical Botanical Garden (NTBG) was awarded the hefty sum of $900,000 in grant funding, which will go towards the construction of a new research center and general operating expenses.

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