Oahu Farmers Market at KCC

One of the best best kept secrets on Oahu is the Farmer’s Market at Kapio’lani Community College.

This event is held every Saturday from 7:30 to 11:00 AM. So you better get there early!

This Farmer’s Market on Oahu, has a festival atmosphere. The food is extraordinary. You can find all types of gourmet delights. These are specially made to delight all of your senses and tastes. We are talking food that speaks to you. Food that will delight you. Food that will ask you to get up and dance… OK so I’m exaggerating a bit. But in reality you will find all types of food that is wonderful.

You will find all types of amazing food from Sweet Potato to Pizza, from Soul Food to other ethnic types of food. There is breakfast food, a noodle bar and even several homemade lemonade stands.

I made a video of the festivities here:

Of course you will find all manner of farm fresh Hawaiian produce. Almost everything you will find here is grown locally. There are mangoes, papaya, pineapple and other fresh fruit. Of course you will find many exotic flowers.

But for me the biggest spectacle at this event is the crowd. You will find all types of people from very local folks to tourists just out for a stroll. There is much aloha and joy here. This is an event you really want to make sure you check out.

Here is another video I created:

So if you have some time on your hands early Saturday morning, you definitely want to go down and check out the KCC Farmer’s Market. The event is non-profit and sponsoered by the Hawaii Farm Bureau

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Hiking Advice in Hawaii, Stay on the Trail

If you are hiking in Hawaii, here is some advice.

One of the easiest ways that you can go about finding a great hiking trail to hike is by asking those that you know for recommendations.  Asking those that you know for recommendations is nice and easy because it limits the amount of research that you have to do yourself.  If you know of anyone, like a friend, family member, neighbor, or coworker, who enjoys hiking, you may want to see if they can recommend any good hiking trails to you.  You will want to try and find hiking trails that are well maintained, cheap to hike, as well safe.

Another way that you can go about finding a great hiking trail to hike is by contacting any of your local hiking trails or hiking parks.  If you are looking to hike locally, you should be able to find the contact information of local hiking trials or hiking parks by using your local phone book. By contacting some of your local hiking parks or hiking trails, you may be able to get information on the trials in question.  In addition to getting information over the phone, you may also be able to request that you have a few brochures, like maps, mailed to your home.  If you live close enough to the hiking trail or park that you would like more information on, you may want to think about stopping by to get the same information in person.

Here is an incredible video of a Hawaii hike.

This is raw footage from Hawaii News Now.

Hiking in Hawaii can be wonderful and magical.

There are countless scenes, vistas and views. You can be one with nature. You will experience things you have never seen.

But you need to take care and be safe. You need to remember this one very

STAY ON THE TRAIL!

Watch this incredible video of some hikers who did not take that advice.

This is an amazing video!

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Kokua for Japan: Hawaii Reaches Out

Press Release:

“Kokua For Japan,” a Hawaii-based radio, television and Internet fund raising event for the victims of the earthquake and tsunami in Japan will be held on Sunday, April 10, 2011 from noon to 5 p.m. The event, staged by Clear Channel Radio Hawaii and Oceanic Time Warner Cable, will take place at the Great Lawn at the Hilton Hawaiian Village Beach Resort & Spa. All proceeds will be donated to the American Red Cross for disaster relief. A complete list of participating entertainers will be released soon.

“Supporting our friends and neighbors in Japan during this time of great need is the right thing to do,” said Chuck Cotton, Vice President and General Manager for Clear Channel Radio Hawaii. “Some of Hawaii’s top entertainers will be coming together for an afternoon of songs, laughter and inspiration.”

“The people of Japan continue to be in our thoughts and prayers, and we’re so pleased to be involved in an event such as this that will bring together the people of Hawaii to raise much-needed funds for the earthquake and tsunami victims,” said Oceanic’s Bob Barlow. “We’re also continuing to show our support by offering free phone calls to Japan for our digital phone customers through April 15, 2011, as well as live round-the-clock news coverage from Japan.”

On-air personalities from Clear Channel Radio and local broadcast and cable TV stations will host the program. Oceanic Time Warner Cable is providing television production. Additional support is being provided by the Honolulu Star-Advertiser.

Tickets will go on sale beginning March 23 at 11 a.m. via Honolulu Box Office. Visit HonoluluBoxOffice.com for on-line purchasing or call 808-550-8457 for charge-by-phone. Cost for the tickets will be $15. Television stations scheduled to air the event include KFVE, KGMB, KHNL, KHON, KITV4, CW and OC 16.

 Clear Channel Radio Hawaii, OC 16 and KITV 4 will stream the event live on the web. In addition, radio stations KSSK 92.3 FM, KSSK AM 590, Island 985 and KHVH AM will broadcast the event.

For information, visit www.kokuaforjapan.com or contact the following Clear Channel Hawaii radio stations:  KSSK FM at 296-9292
 KSSK AM at 296-5959
 KHVH 830 AM at 521-8383
 Island 985 FM at 296-9850

This concert is sold out, but you can watch it live.

You can find ways to watch it, here:

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Hiking Diamond Head With Hawaii Secret Dot Com

Diamond Head is one of the best secrets about Hawaii. This hike is located very close to Waikiki. It is easy to get to by bus or car.

 While the hike is fairly easy, be advised that anytime you are hiking in Hawaii, preparation is the key.

Even easy hikes like Diamond Head. Make sure you:

  •  bring sunscreen
  • have a hat bring water and
  • most importantly wear comfortable shoes.
  • bring a camera to take shots for the top.

The hardest part of this hike is the 100 stairs you will climb when you are almost at the top.

You will pass through two small tunnles and then climd a circular staircase.

Then you are almost at the summit. Diamond Head was named by British Sailors who thought the slopes of this volcano was made of diamonds. They were sadly mistaken.

Join us as we take a hike to the top of Diamond Head.

 

 

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