Eddie Meza braves the wet drizzle to shoot the 101st Kamehameha Day Parade off Ala Moana Blvd.
The food’s good. The drinks are good. The cost’s reasonable for the average struggling community college student putting in 19 hours at an on-campus job. The employees are solid. The decor isn’t overkill. The dining area has space to stretch out without bumping into the next table over. I say, go for it. It’s a place for us locals to play tourist in our own backyard.
By Johser Pacer It is the month of trick or treat, a holiday to get out and have fun with costumes. And this year
For Halloween tomorrow why not walk Kalakaua ave.in Waikiki to see the best and the worst costumes. Dress your best or grab a good
“Hispanics serving and leading our nation with pride and honor.” This Saturday will be pumping at Kapiolani park with the Annual Hispanic Heritage Festival
The annual Hispanic Heritage Festival & Health Fair will be celebrated this weekend, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Oct. 8-9, at Kapiolani Park