Lost Amelia Earhart Images Resurface at Royal Hawaiian Hotel

History buffs hold on to your bomber jackets; in honor of the most famous female aviator’s birthday, The Royal Hawaiian resort in Waikiki is releasing an exhibit of recently discovered, extremely rare photo

Brews and Grinds: Fine Fare Sync with Suds

We're a sucker for a good wine dinner: The eloquent musings of a celebrated chef, extrapolating the nuances (or how he perceives them) from a flight of wines and crafting a menu around a notion. However, it isn't every day that you hear about a beer tasting. Mark your calendars for 6:00 p.m.

SUP Craze: Battle of the Paddle Heads to Waikiki

You've seen them paddling out past the line-ups, off towards the horizon, as if in a trance. Big boys (and girls) on big boards with a long paddle, heaving their way through the chop. It isn't hard to see the allure of stand up paddleboarding; which is probably the reason it's now a global phenomenon.

Lantern Float at Ala Moana a Zen-like Remembrance

Memorial Day Event To Attract Nearly 50,000

Perhaps one of the most serenely picturesque events in the Aloha State is approaching: The annual Memorial Day Lantern Floating remembrance, to be held at Ala Moana Beach Park on May 31. Upwards of 40,000 people attended in last year, to observe more than 2,000 candle-lit lanterns as they floated out to sea from Magic Island.

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.

Treat Your Mum: Mother's Day at La Mer

Mother's Day is approaching on Sunday, May 9, and Halekulani executive chef Vikram Garg wants you to help mom ring in her awesomeness with a four-course, not-to-be-missed lunch at the hotel's award-winning La Mer. If your salivary glands don't perk up after reading the following menu, then please move on to reading another magazine, entirely.

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.

A Milestone for an Online Magazine and B-TV To Launch

With great enthusiasm, we at B on Hawaii are proud to announce the launch of B-TV: Custom-produced video segments that will run only at our magazine's HQ, at www.BonHawaii.com. The shorts (they will average 2 to 5 minutes in length), just like the top-tier content our readers have enjoyed for 4 years, will feature stories affecting our islands for the better.

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