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2017 Ala Moana Center’s 4th of July Celebration

Celebrate Independence Day at Ala Moana Center and enjoy special savings, live entertainment, an airfare sweepstakes and, of course, the most spectacular fireworks show in Hawaii. Read More

Hokule‘a Home At Last

Hokule‘a sails back into Hawaiian waters after its historic journey around the world. Read More

Hawaii’s Best 2017

When it comes to celebrating all that Hawaii has to offer, the Honolulu Star-Advertiser stands at the forefront of honoring the Islands’ best. Read More

Expert Advice 061617

As one of the first independent mortgage companies in the country to offer a 1% down conventional loan program, we are incredibly proud to bring this product to our local market. Read More

Hōkūleʻa – The Homecoming

Three years. More than 46,000 miles. An arduous and historic voyage around the world. Now, a triumphant return home. Read More

2017 Kamehameha Day Sales Guide

A guide to great sales happening this holiday weekend. Read More

2017 Back To School

A 2017 Guide To Fall Programs Read More

2017 Memorial Day Sale

King Of The Court – David Shoji

Dave Shoji is enjoying retirement after 42 years as the Rainbow Wahine coach. Read More

2017 Keiki Day

Keiki Day, an annual one-day event, features some of Hawaii’s notable personalities — including politicians, celebrities, athletes, coaches and business leaders — who donate their time to sell special editions of the Star-Advertiser for just $1 apiece. Read More

2017 Military Appreciation

National Military Appreciation Month (NMAM) is celebrated across the nation as citizens unite to salute present and past members of the U.S. Armed Forces. Read More

2017 Nurse Week

During National Nurses Week, we would like to extend a special thanks to you, our nurses, as you continue to provide the highest level of quality care to your patients. You deserve special recognition for your efforts in delivering compassionate care while encompassing the principles of ethical practice in your profession. Read More

2017 Waikiki Spam Jam Festival

The Waikiki SPAM® Jam, presented by Outrigger Resorts, has become a cultural tradition that is an experience for all ages. The event includes Hawaii’s top restaurants, two stages with free entertainment, and a variety of Hawaii retailers. It’s one of the most popular festivals in Hawaii. Read More

2017 Honolulu National College Fair

Over 145 colleges in on place! FREE! Open to the public! Read More

Young At Heart: March 2017

As Col. John Bates is free-falling from an altitude of 14,000 feet, he is overcome by a sense of peace and focus that is unlike anything else he’s experienced. Read More

2017 Career Expo

HUNTING FOR A JOB can be stressful, especially in a competitive job market such as Hawaii. Continuing to make the search easier for serious job seekers, the Honolulu Star-Advertiser will hold its third annual Hawaii Career Expo 2017 at Neal Blaisdell Center Exhibition Hall Wednesday, March 29, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Read More

2017 Ala Moana Spring Fashion Preview

Spring fashions have arrived at Ala Moana Center! With the widest collection of brands all in one place, you’re sure to  nd the latest in fashion this season at your favorite stores Read More

2017 First Hawaiian International Auto Show

Get ready for this weekend’s auto show extravaganza, which pulls back the curtains on more than 350 of the sleekest, most technologically advanced cars and trucks on the planet. Read More

Expert Advice 031717

As one of the first independent mortgage companies in the country to offer a 1% down conventional loan program, we are incredibly proud to bring this product to our local market. Read More

2017 Summer School Guide

The City and County’s Summer Fun Program is held at over 60 sites across O‘ahu and offers a variety of recreational activities such as crafts, sports and excursions. Summer Fun runs June 7 to July 21, 2017, Monday through Friday, from 8:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Read More

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