“Winging It 3!” will bring local musicians together on May 26 to raise money for a good cause.
Aaron “Mr. Aaron” Pughes and friends play their last show at Hawaiian Brian’s next week.
You don’t actually need rocks — or to be outside — to go bouldering with Justin Ridgely.
With Ohta-san and Ohta Jr., the purity of the ‘ukulele wins out.
The Royal Hawaiian Hotel will host NBC’s “Today” for a live broadcast early Monday morning.
“Experience the Beatles with RAIN” becomes ever more convincing as the show progresses
Pulse blogger Derin Derego explains why he prefers monthly events over weekly parties.
City officials are looking for original, Hawaiian-themed artwork for Honolulu’s rail transit system.
Check out a music video from this week’s featured “Soul Sessions” artist, Kris Fuchigami.
Chef Lee Anne Wong flew her own mom to Honolulu to help with brunch at Taste on Sunday, May 12.
Learn about the history and culture of hula from some of its most illustrious names.
Tahiti’s Joseph Cadousteau repeated as champion at the 2013 World Fireknife Championship on Saturday, May 11.
The talented Honolulu rock quintet is on the rise.
Naya Rivera spread a little love to patients at Shriners Hospital for Children on Friday, May 10.
The 20th annual Ka Palapala Po’okela Awards took place Friday, May 20, at the Hawaii State Library.
The Dukes of Surf evoke memories of ’60s surf rock with their new album.
A group of Moanalua High School students are in the running for $10,000 towards their school’s art program.
The Waikiki Aquarium has announced the 2013 lineup for its “Ke Kani O Ke Kai” summer concert series.
If there’s anything we can learn from headlines of late, it’s there’s no substitute for family!
The tables are turned as McGarrett must keep Danno in check while they search for a kidnapped girl.
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