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  • The Ukulele: Time for You to Learn

    Have you ever played an ukulele? Have you picked one up and strummed your fingers (or fingernails) across its soft nylon strings? Have you heard the surprising rich, distinctive tones of those four silky filaments? If you haven’t, you really, really should. “What,” you say, “I’m no musician!” Guess what? It doesn’t matter. 

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  • Hula Is Perpetuated in Keauhou

    We gathered to enjoy a day of hula, hosted by Kumu Keala and his halau. A total of 12 halau from around Hawaii Island participated in E Mau Ana Ka Hula, a tribute to King David Kalakaua. The youngest members of the Hawaii Island hula halau known as Ka Pa Hula Na Wai Iwi Ola started the procession. Read More
  • Zanzabar

    Traverse the winding staircase to make a grand entrance at Zanzabar, where DJs spin everything from hip-hop and soul to techno and trance. With three bars, it's easy to find a drink at this high-energy nightspot. Not sure how to get your groove on? Zanzabar offers free Latin dance lessons every Tuesday night.

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  • Waiolu Ocean View Lounge

    Hawaiian bars should have two things: stellar views of the sunset over the ocean and equally awesome mai tais. Both are on offer at the Waiolu Ocean View Lounge at the posh Trump International Hotel. Not only does the bar boast what might be the best view in Waikiki, its resident mixologist Christina Maffei has created a version of the popular cocktail that earned it the title of "World's Best Mai Tai." Judge for yourself. There's live music, ranging from contemporary to Hawaiian to R&B, on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights, with an attractive crowd showing up around 8 pm. It's busy but not suffocating, and seats are scarce once the music starts at 7:30 pm, so reserve a table in advance.

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  • Waikiki Aquarium Concerts

    Every other Thursday evening in June and July, the Waikiki Aquarium holds an ocean-side concert series called "Ke Kani O Ke Kai." You can listen to top performers while enjoying food from local restaurants. The aquarium stays open throughout the night, so you can see the marine life in a new light. Bring your own beach chairs. Proceeds support the aquarium, the third oldest in the United States.

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