ROYAL OAK, Mich. >> The Detroit Zoo will be home to the largest center in the U.S. dedicated to penguins thanks to the most substantial private donation in its 85-year history, the zoo announced Wednesday.
Discounted sub ride open to kamaaina • Win a million Hawaiian miles in contest • Doubletree offers special to residents • Get a free night at Prince Resorts • Elton John's partner plans $3.2 million lounge in Las Vegas • Patsy Cline's life goes on display • Southwest to link Maine, Florida • Ohio park spicing up rides, hotel
Mokihana festival will celebrate culture and keiki • Experts to lead tidepool walk under the stars • Safari, amusement park to combine • Many are wary of business travelers • U.S., Russia will ease visa process
Win 100,000 HawaiianMiles in Aston Hotels sweepstakes • Hit the surf or take a hike with deals at Park Shore hotel • Honoka‘a gets set for festivities marking annual Day of Peace • Yodel recordings dot Alpine trail; and more
Island Hopping » New museum brings isle history to life • Waikoloa Marriott offers deal to locals • Globe Trotting » Picasso exhibit to fill hotel lobby • Park plans ‘flying' roller coaster • Resorts sell passes for 4 ski states
Parker Ranch hosts rodeo for the Fourth • Free Internet comes to Makena resort • ‘Honu' debuts at Royal Hawaiian Hotel • Famed Galapagos giant tortoise to be embalmed and displayed • Newseum offers free admission for kids and teens this summer • U.S. Mint in Philadelphia to unveil its brand-new tour of the facility
Learn to play ukulele at Maui museum • Celebrate independence day for honu • Ohio tourism board accidentally touts Sandusky trial on Twitter • Reservations being accepted for upcoming Nobu Hotel in Vegas • Biblical museum launches ad campaign featuring dinosaurs
Waikiki hotel to hold festival twice a week • Guitarist will launch concert series at Volcano Art Center • Sweepstakes prizes to be awarded daily through June 21 • Foreign travel to Mexico rises • Museum shows musician's photos
Lahaina celebrates monthly town party • Indulge in ‘Spa Saturdays' at resort • Kamaaina rates available for festival • Atlantis Adventures offers fun for kids • Napa's Inglenook winery reborn • Smog plagues Sequoia forest
Tour explores archaeology and farming in Maunawili • Events on Hawaii island mark birthday of King Kamehameha • Aston offers kamaaina special to isle residents and military • Book 1 room, get 1 free through September at Prince Resorts
Military veterans get 10% off at Aqua Hotels & Resorts • Take an ‘Art Walk' on Friday at Makawao town party • Inaugural Hawaii isle festival celebrates everything chocolate • Astronomy center's activities focus on Venus' big move
Go behind the scenes at the Maui Ocean Center • Book a Fair Wind adventure and get a discounted cruise • Hit links at Princeville resort with a couple of golf packages • Volcano walk set for Saturday to keep Mother's Day open
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Underground art went wildly public Feb. 8-15 on the streets of Kakaako, where more than 100 local and international street artists installed a colorful splash of murals across area buildings and walls, while also gathering throughout the week for art-focused lecture series, films and a block party – a movement known as Pow! Wow! Read More »