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Sounds of the Season
Kai Andersen | December 16, 2013

Amy Hānaiali‘i
One of my Hawaiian music’s most lauded and popular voices, Amy Hānaiali‘i makes a one-night-only appearance at Waimea’s Kahilu Theatre to sing classic Christmas tunes and...

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Wave Watch
Kai Andersen | December 6, 2013

Vans Triple Crown of Surfing
Before Hawai‘i’s biggest surf event comes to a close on Dec. 20, be sure to make your way up to the North Shore for Billabong Pipeline Masters, the final competition of the Vans Triple...

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Cultural Delights
Kai Andersen | December 2, 2013

A Night with Béla Fleck
With his experience in bluegrass, country, jazz and world music, banjo virtuoso Béla Fleck is redefining classic music. For two nights, the top talent joins Hawai‘i Symphony Orchestra...

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Order Up
Diane Seo | November 21, 2013

1. Japengo
Celebrated chef Jon Matsubara may have changed restaurants, but he hasn’t gone far, leaving his post at Azure for chef de cuisine at Japengo Lured by the prospect of revamping Japengo’s menu with dishes that rely on...

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Spa-tacular Escapes
Diane Seo, with Kai Andersen | November 14, 2013

1. Ho‘ola Spa Maui
Splendor awaits at Ho‘ola Spa Maui, the latest beauty destination on the Kā‘anapali Coast. One highlight is its Himalayan Salt Treatment Room—Maui...

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Sterling Reputation
Diane Seo | November 1, 2013

If Sterling Sulieman looks familiar, that’s because his face has been all over TV. You also may have seen him in GQ earlier this year. The men’s style bible named him a breakout actor to watch, and for good reason....

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Second to None
Luis R. Rigual | November 1, 2013

Intrigued by Australia ever since childhood, when I first discovered that the Southern Hemisphere landmass was both a country and a continent, I felt well-versed enough in Down Under lore before embarking on a recent trip to Melbourne. I am,...

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State of the Arts
The Editors with Eliza Escaño-Vasquez and Aaron Kandell | October 31, 2013

Show of the Season: Now See This
It’s time again for one of the poshest artistic events in Honolulu, Hawaii’s Modern Masters,...

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The Music Man
Kai Andersen | October 31, 2013

It’s not every day that an aspiring musician makes it to national television, especially when he happens to be from the homey Honolulu neighborhood of Pālolo Valley. That was the case for Duncan Kamakana, who made his way onto the NBC hit...

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Bravissimo
Mari Taketa Photography by Linny Morris | October 31, 2013

Forget the lasagna and eggplant Parmesan. Instead, think housemade capellini dripping with lobes of fresh sea urchin. At Arancino at The Kahala—the newest addition to the resort’s dining roster—the upscale...

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