Saturday, July 24, 2021
“Crossover” wear, clothing that can be worn in the wilderness, at home, at work and on social occasions is the rage these days. High-end brands such as Kuhl have become popular with everyone from hikers to secret service personnel. This style of wear is better tailored and more durable than run...
On Saturday, Oct. 28th, Honolulu’s Chinatown Arts District and historic downtown will once again transform into a spooktacular celebration of music, food, art, eclectic performance artists, street food, craft beer, burlesque and unbridled Halloween frivolity. It will feel like Oktoberfest with the largest open air craft beer event, where...
Want to end the year with a new experience? Check out the Hawaii Traveling Lotus Project Music Festival on December 23, 2017 at Kualoa Ranch. Immerse yourself in nature, yoga, music and dance. Musical lineup includes some of Hawaii’s great musicians such as rising reggae music star Mike Love, acoustic Rythym...
Booz Allen does much more than you might think. What a great company and community leader!  And, did I mention, they are looking for good people for fantastic careers?
All kids growing up in Hawaii and Guam know sleepy grass. And as adults still can't resist the urge to get down on the ground, stick our finger out, and touch the leaves one by one staring in fascination as the leaves close. Until recently I never really knew much...
City Council Update Nine elected individuals on the Honolulu City Council control a huge budget and influences the lives of over 800,000 people.  Who better to ensure accountability in Government than an experienced CPA? Good luck Natalie!!  
Wow! What a fantastic story! We are so lucky to have Michael Titterton and the Symphony in Hawaii. Truly an amazing story about how a few people in Hawaii was able to make such a huge impact on our community.
Editor's Note: I first met Jim Mielke about 20 years ago at the East West Center in Honolulu. I had just washed ashore in Hawaii from San Francisco and Jim, a native of Buffalo, was finishing his doctorate in Public Health at the University of Hawaii. A former YMCA Volunteer in Samoa,...
Editor's Note: This the last in a series of three articles on wine tasting in New Zealand. It's by no means a definitive work but we think it will at least provide anyone interested in the subject a primer--someplace to start. A big mahalo to the Kiwis we met,...
Reporting from Las Vegas - About 3 years ago, I launched the Business in Hawaii series for Think Tech Hawaii.  After 150 shows and becoming one of the most popular business shows in Hawaii, I decided to pass the hosting duties for the show to Ray Tsuchiyama and Dailyn...