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Barry's Bootcamp at 10 Montauk Highway, brings its beloved high-intensity interval cardio and strength training workout. This
If you want to experience the nearly empty island, you'd better act fast. Hotel Lanai, a historical cottage nestled in the
Hawaiian comfort food like Spam Musubi is part of the differentiation and it doesn't stop there. The marketing plan may have started out with the airline wanting to give slices of the Hawaiian life to travelers, but the locals wanted to make their own cultural contribution.
According to the Honolulu Star-Advertiser, she was planning to attend Haim Saban's elaborate birthday party on the Hawaiian
So what if you double-bogey when all you can see is crystal-clear ocean for miles?
The schedule for the inaugural Lanai Documentary Film Festival is set to be announced this fall. The release says the plan
Here's how the Best Hawaiian Island Deathmatch will work: Maui and Oahu get the most tourist attention, but should they? Each
The 141-square mile island is home to two Four Seasons Resorts -- both of which Ellison owns -- and sees roughly 70,000 visitors
"We have a lot going on at the moment and it is too early to speak publicly about them," Casey emailed Civil Beat Monday
To be fair, coqui frogs are both invasive to Hawaii and can be extremely loud. They "make a high-pitched, shrill chirping
6. Lanai: Munro Trail No matter what changes Larry Ellison makes to the island of which he now owns 98 percent, Lanaihale
People frequently ask me, "When you live in Hawaii, where do you go on vacation?" O'ahu has so much to explore, just visiting other parts of the island can be a vacation. Looking to escape the hustle and bustle of O'ahu, my fiancé and I love to visit Lanai.
A strange thing happened on our way to a "clean energy" future in the U.S.: we've been hijacked by private developers whose primary interest is cashing in on state and federal subsidies and the guaranteed payback of a hefty return on investment, spawned by each state's need to meet self-imposed renewable portfolio standards (RPS).
What's it like to live on Ellisonia, an island in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, in the middle of the state of Hawaii that is owned (well, 98% of it anyway) by one of the world's richest men? These days it's probably a lot like riding on Oracle's America Cup yacht: fast, dangerous, and rewarding.