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At its root the Daikon Festival is all about gratitude

The Honbushin International Center in Mililani offers families the opportunity to harvest their own vegetable and sample different dishes. Read More

Mother’s Day brunch debuts at Hawai‘i Convention Center

The Hawai‘i Convention Center’s inaugural Sunset Mele Mother’s Day Brunch will be a special experience. Read More

Enjoy food and music galore at Nanakuli event

Those of us who fondly remember May Day ceremonies of past years, with all their pageantry, can once again be a part of the flowers, fun and food at Nanakuli High and Intermediate School. Read More

Sounds of the ’70s to whet appetites at annual food fest

The disco era — a fond memory for many islanders of a certain age, whether they be Macho Men or Dancing Queens — will be revived at this year’s East Honolulu Food Festival, at least for a few hours. Read More

‘Iolani Fair offers games, rides and a variety of flavorful fare

Whether you eat to live or live to eat, carnivals and fairs generally provide the goods. This weekend’s “Road Trip USA”-themed ‘Iolani Fair definitely fits the bill, with more than 50 food choices, from hot dogs to chef-made dishes in a gourmet tent. Read More

Annual Easter event promises to be a culinary delight

A trip to Waimea Valley is always a treat, and it will be especially so for Easter this year. For the first time, its annual Easter Brunch & Egg Hunt will be catered by the North Shore’s own Ke Nui Kitchen. Read More
 

Poke and other fresh delights will pair with ocean fun and exhibitors at an annual event

See how many Fresh Catch Fireball Ahi poke bowls you can eat in three minutes, try your luck at winning a 30-foot boat or other prizes, and take in anything and everything to do with Hawaiian waters at the Hawaii Ocean Expo. Read More

HBA carnival features food sold by students

Exercising the opportunity to dunk some favorite teachers can work up an appetite. Read More

Hawaiian entertainment, arts and food are on tap in Waikiki for Prince Kuhio’s birthday

Hawaiian food, artisanal crafts, cultural practitioners, music and dance will fill Kapiolani Park before, during and after a parade honoring Prince Jonah Kuhio Kalanianaole on Saturday. Read More
 

St. Patrick’s Day turns downtown into a bacchanalia

A St. Patrick’s Day tradition in downtown Honolulu will mark its 30th anniversary today with a sea of people wearing green. Read More

Food trucks are stars of grand-opening event

Food is not only part of celebrations, it can be a cause for celebration, as it will be in Laie on Saturday at the Polynesian Cultural Center. Read More

Waialua carnival to feature food and lots of fun

The long-lamented chow fun from the former Sagara Store will be among popular local dishes sold at the Waialua Carnival starting this evening and running through the weekend. Read More

Kamehameha Schools’ yearly hoolaulea will feature island treats for all the senses

Favorite island fare, a country store, hands-on cultural activities, entertainment and fun for keiki will fill Kamehameha Schools at the 92nd Annual Ho‘olaule‘a on Saturday. Read More

Local vendors offer tastes of paradise at new block party

The first Lokahi Festival Waikiki will celebrate local culture and small businesses and give visitors and kamaaina the opportunity to enjoy local flavors, handcrafts and other businesses’ wares. Read More

Music, food and fun at the annual Ukulele Picnic

The annual Ukulele Picnic in Hawaii promises music, fun and plenty of food at a family-friendly, outdoor event. Read More

Hula festival honors Polynesian Cultural Center’s late kumu

Laulau, lomi salmon, poke, rice and haupia are ideal dishes to serve as the Polynesian Cultural Center pays homage to Auntie Sally Moanikeala Wood Naluai, its late, beloved, hula instructor. Read More

Annual Tet Festival will celebrate Vietnamese culture

The Lunar New Year will be marked by Hawaii’s Vietnamese community this weekend at the annual Tet Festival. Read More

Ring in the Year of the Rooster in Chinatown

It is time for jai, gau, jin dui and other traditional Chinese New Year treats, as the Chinese Chamber of Commerce will mark the arrival of the Year of the Rooster. Read More

Taste of Kalihi will highlight variety of cuisines

More than a dozen food vendors will work all day to help fuel the crowd for the big finale of the annual Taste of Kalihi Festival: a massive line dance. Read More

Japanese treats and traditions are on tap Sunday in Moiliili

Mochi-pounding and eating, grilled mochi, Hiroshima-style okonomiyaki, KC Waffle Dogs and many other attractions will highlight the annual New Year’s Ohana Festival. Read More

An inaugural Ewa Beach event offers family fun after the Community Christmas Parade

Immediately following the Ewa Beach Lions Club Community Christmas Parade on Saturday, the community can further celebrate the season at the Ewa Beach Holiday Festival. Read More

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