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Ryan’s Light Foundation Fundraiser the Hawaii Yacht Club

Ryan’s Light Foundation held their fundraiser at the Hawaii Yacht Club featuring Henry Kapono, Kamuela Kahoano, Mike Love and Stephen Inglis Sunday with proceeds going to Tripler Medical Center and Kapiolani Women and Children's Hospital. Read More

‘Spirit of Christmas’ at Hula’s Waikiki

"Spirit of Christmas", presented by Derek Daniels, a Hawaiian Polynesian show with movement, sounds and the interpretation of Christmas, Hawaiian Style. Kumu hula James Dela Cruz and Daniels’ Polynesian dance troupe joined in. Read More

Ohana Christmas Family Fun Fair at Kawaiahao Church

Kawaiahao Church's Ohana Christmas Free Family Fun Fair featured a luau for 500 people, cultural activities such as hula, poi pounding and the interactive play "Christmas is Aloha". Read More

Jingle Rock Run 2018

Make-A-Wish Hawaii’s Jingle Rock Run 2018: Pre-walk festivities included a keiki sprint, free keiki activities, food trucks and a route of views of Honolulu City Lights. Read More

Ballet Hawaii presents ‘The Nutcracker’

“A holiday tradition with a Hawaiian twist,” set in the 1858 Kingdom of Hawaii, featured guest artists from New York City Ballet, Pacific Northwest Ballet and Carolina Ballet, with accompaniment by the Hawaii Symphony Orchestra. Read More

Christmas at Hukilau Marketplace

The Polynesian Cultural Center's Hukilau Marketplace welcomed families to celebrate the holidays with live music, nativity performances, a festive train ride to see PCC's holiday decor, selfies with Santa Claus and more. On Saturday, keiki also got to take part in a "snow day" at the marketplace. Read More

UH Manoa Fall 2018 Commencement

The University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa held its 2018 mid-year commencement, Saturday Dec. 15. 800 certificates were conferred at the Stan Sheriff Center. Author and TV host Janet Mock was the keynote speaker. Read More

Sunset Mele & Night Market

Friday Dec. 14 saw the Christmas edition of Sunset Mele and Night Market featuring a showing of the movie "Elf".an artisan workshop, food and pop-up marketplace with over 40 vendors at the Hawai‘i Convention Center. Read More

‘Light Garden’ at Victoria Ward Park

Victoria Ward Park celebrated its grand opening Thursday with a private preview of the “Light Garden” by Symmetry Labs. The LED art installation of lit flowers pulses and fades with color synchronized to music. Read More

Second Sunday Concert Series at Salt

Salt at Our Kaka'ako gave music top billing on Sunday with its Music Concert Series. Host Sean Tiwanak welcomed musicians Kalei Gamiao, Mike Love, Brian Tolentino, Karlie Goya and others, while visitors enjoyed prize giveaways. Read More

Aiea Holiday Parade 2018

Aiea residents and community organizations took to the streets on Saturday to spread the holiday spirit. The town’s Holiday Parade went from Pearlridge Elementary School to the old sugar mill site, where a Family Fun Fair offered games, entertainment and food booths. Read More

The Eagles at Aloha Stadium

The Eagles, with Deacon Frey taking over for his father as frontman and Vince Gill and Joe Walsh ripping guitar solos, thrilled a wet but happy crowd at rainy Aloha Stadium on Dec. 7. Read More

Guns N’ Roses at Aloha Stadium

Legendary rock band Guns N' Roses headlined for more than three hours at Aloha Stadium on Saturday as they wrapped up their latest world tour in Hawaii. Local band Kings of Spade opened the evening. Read More

Kapolei City Lights 2018 at Kapolei Hale

Kapolei Hale hosted its annual Kapolei City Lights celebration on Saturday with free games and activities, photos with Santa, food and craft booths. Live entertainment, a City Lights Parade and tree-lighting ceremony were also part of the evening. Read More

First Friday at the Hawaii State Art Museum

The Hawaii State Art Museum hosted an evening of holiday jazz on Friday with Mike Lewis & Friends, surf rock by Men in Grey Suits, DJ Keala Kennelly (the pro surfer who just won the women's big-wave riding contest at Jaws on Maui) and more. Read More

Hirai Dai at The Republik

Japanese pop star Hirai Dai brought his Wave on Waves tour to The Republik on Monday. Hirai, who plays ukulele and dedicates his albums to Hawaii, made his headlining debut with the performance, which also featured special guests Malani Bilyeu from Kalapana and Blayne Asing. Read More

Toys for Tots Motorcycle Cruise in Waikiki

Street Bikers United Hawaii members participated in a Toys for Tots caravan on Sunday, riding from Magic Island to the Waikiki Shell to collect toys for needy keiki. Read More

Honolulu City Lights 2018 at Honolulu Hale

The City and County of Honolulu's annual Honolulu City Lights holiday celebration kicked off on Dec. 1 with an Electric Light Parade and tree lighting ceremony to go with a wreath contest display, keiki rides and games, free Santa photos, live entertainment and more. Read More

‘We’re Dreaming of a White Christmas’ at Mililani Shopping Center

Mililani Shopping Center was the destination for "We're Dreaming of a White Christmas," which kicked off with the annual Mililani Christmas parade and included a morning of keiki activities, games, crafts and an appearance by Santa Claus. Kids were also invited to take part in a "Snow Play Zone" filled with eight tons of "Hawaiian snow." Read More

Downtown Run-around

Nov. 30 was hopping in Chinatown and the Honolulu Arts District, with Dance Convergence Theatre and Oahu Fire & Flow Artists contributing to a benefit fundraiser for those affected by the California Camp Fire at Ong King, Tig Notaro delivering her stand-up comedy at Hawaii Theatre and the Red Bull Music Presents Chinatown Honolulu showcase at Manifest. Read More

‘Holiday Inn’ at Diamond Head Theatre

Diamond Head Theatre welcomed guests to the opening night of Irving Berlin’s "Holiday Inn" on Nov. 30 in Kaimuki. The production is adapted from a 1942 Hollywood film and is best known for the song "White Christmas." Performances will take place at 6:30 p.m. through Dec. 23. Read More

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