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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

The Surfing Swami: A Journey from Within (to Monsoon Indian Swells)

How one American went from Hawai`i to India, and the surf culture he's started there.

A few months ago, we opened up the B on Hawaii inbox, and amidst the tide of emails from around the globe found one that caught our attention—from a fella who called himself "The Surfing Swami". Once again, the "B" network proved invaluable; we were quickly swapping stories of global galavanting, while hearing what our enlightened friend was up to in the surfing world... in India.

Mauna Lani Offers Amazing Kamaaina Rates, Bungalows and Golf

Mauna Lani Bay Hotel and Bungalows is boasting some seriously head-turning kama`aina rates this summer, enticing all island-residents to head to the Kohala Coast for some R&R (and the best snorkeling around).

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.

Chef David Paul Teams with Whole Foods Market, More

 A Furlough Friday Event For Families, plus Wine Dinners and more at his Lahaina Eatery

It is one thing for a celebrated chef to participate in community events; yet it's quite another for him to draw attention to educating our children (at a time when The State doesn't care to) while spotlighting the sustainable farm system.

Robby Naish: King of Windsurfing, Waterman and Global Dominator

Robby Naish is a 24-time World Champion wind surfer. He's the Michael Jordan of surfing with a sail. It's debatable if anyone, ever, will mimic the achievements Naish has made on the competitive circuit—which began when he was 12 years old. Yet, if it wasn't enough, Naish has built a business of wind, Stand-Up, kite and surf gear that is top-tier.

Maui Eats! A Culinary Tour of New Haps on The Valley Isle

Four Maui Restaurant Sizzle and Shine, from Mauka to Makai

New Menu Items a Homerun at Mama's Fish House

Once in a great while someone will email us asking why we cover the same restaurant twice before choosing to write about others. Well, when you talk about a high-caliber dining experience like that of Mama's Fish House on Maui, there really needs no explaining.

Fairmont Hotels "Go Dark" to Acknowledge Climate Change

Fairmont Hotels are edging to become the islands' most eco-conscious large-scale resort group with yet another move to improve the 'aina. The Kea Lani (Maui) and Orchid (Big Island) just announced that they would participate in a global environmental event organized by the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) on Saturday, March 27, whereby the hotel will "go dark" for one hour at 8:30 p.m.

Bad Betty on Wheels: Roller Derby Season Kicks Off

Roller Derby is back! On the heels of Drew Barrymore's feature film, Whip It, and a resurgence in all-things-retro, womens roller derby season hit Honolulu hard on March 6th at the outdoor roller hockey rink at Kamiloiki Community Park at the corner of Hawaii Kai Drive and Lunalillo Home Road. The event is free to the public, although donations are greatly appreciated.

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