The two iconic local brands have collaborated on limited edition boardshorts.
I didn’t even have to open the sample bottle given to me last month to know I’d like this stuff.
The Waikiki EDITION bartender has developed a drink that could win him a trip to Russia.
The promoters behind the Republik Music Festival are warning people about increased …
The popular weekly ’80s-and-more party returns to Hotel Street starting June 8.
When the Green get on stage at SoHo Mixed Media Bar tonight, it will be the first chance for hometown fans to see how far the band has come.
Bruno Mars isn’t the only person from Hawaii making regular appearances on MTV these days.
The lead singer of Toad the Wet Sprocket played a solo acoustic set inside HPR’s Atherton Studio on Wednesday.
Last month’s performance at the “Mayjah Rayjah” was billed as the final set for the band, but that may not actually be the case.
The Deadbeats will find out this week if they’re heading to London for an opening set at “Hard Rock Calling.”
Steel Pulse (pictured) joins Matisyahu, Rebelution, the Dirty Heads, the Green and the Throwdowns in June.
The local rockers return to the concert circuit this weekend with “This is Real,” due out on iTunes on April 15.
The annual “Teddy Bear Round-Up” is back at Pearlridge this weekend with a goal of collecting 10,000 stuffed animals.
Fans won’t be able to “Make it Clap” at the Shack Waikiki this weekend.
If you haven’t had an opportunity yet to visit the Lobby Bar at the EDITION Waikiki, now’s your chance.
Take a listen to a free download of “Can’t NOC the Hustle 3,” then see DJ Compose in action live this weekend at First Friday in Chinatown.
The statewide coordinated initiative to help the people of Japan has collected more than $1 million in donations.
The Deadbeats will represent Hawaii in the next round of the 2011 “Hard Rock Calling” battle of the bands.
After six years and more than 200 shows, promoter BAMP Project is poised to elevate the local music scene yet again.
Bill Tapia, pictured, joins Kalapana, Jaqueline “Skylark” Rosetti, Napua Stevens Poire and Fred and Ernest Tavares in receiving the award this year.
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