A fresh new brand appropriately named Faith Hope Aloha has been making some waves throughout Hawaii and their brand is fast becoming a fresh take on island living and island style. As always, Beyond Honolulu is on the lookout for new and interesting things that are happening around the Aloha State, so when we heard […]
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well.being — ‘Take It Back’ Feat. Mr. Wade & The Soul Pacific There are a ton of underground musical artist and producers that hail from the Hawaiian Islands. However, there is one who has been around for over a decade and has carved out a nice little following for himself and his crew. Grant “Kapono” […]
It probably doesn’t come as much of a surprise to many who live in Hawaii but the Aloha State has once again topped CNBC’s list of most expensive states to live in. That being said, there are still advantages to living in Hawaii, as we all know, but seeing the numbers below really makes you […]
Travel and Leisure magazine has just come out with its countdown of the “World’s 10 Best Islands” piece and Hawaii has ranked two of its islands within the article. This shouldn’t be a surprise, what was a surprise is that Hawaii only ranked two of its islands in the survey. Maui and Kauai both made […]
According to The 2012 Gallup Healthways Well-Being Index, Hawaii residents and Hawaii itself ranked number 1 for the fourth year in a row when it comes to being the happiest and healthiest state in the nation. According to the survey, most residents in Hawaii even enjoy work.
Sears in Ala Moana is being forced to shut down operations over six months earlier than originally thought. The owner of Ala Moana Center is forcing the issue because they want to tear down the 300,000 square foot space. With this closing over 300 people will lose jobs, which is a devastating blow for our already fragile economy.
Kaanapali Beach on Maui was voted the best in the United States according to the TripAdvisor.com 2013 Travelers’ Choice Beaches Awards. Maui and Oahu dominated the top 10.
Hawaii is an amazing place to live, and there are plenty of areas where one can afford to buy a home. However, it seems Honolulu is still ranked as the least affordable housing in the entire United States.