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Destination Second Home
Produced by Beth Weitzman | Written by Ayesha Khan | August 31, 2015

Riviera Maya, Mexico
Rosewood Residences Mayakoba

THE BUZZ Imagine spending a...

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Sweet Escapes
By Kai Andersen | August 24, 2015

1. bills Sydney
We know. A chocolate sundae may seem like one of the most nondescript desserts, but bills Sydney’s chocolate brownie sundae is purely sublime....

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Summer Showstoppers
By Kai Andersen | August 17, 2015

1. Duke’s OceanFest
Waikīkī’s premier ocean-sports event pays homage to legendary waterman Duke Kahanamoku, featuring a variety of activities...

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All for August
By Kai Andersen | August 10, 2015

1. An Evening with Roger McGuinn
Rock ’n’ roll legend and founder of the Byrds Roger McGuinn returns to Hawai...

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Summer Shows
By Kai Andersen | July 30, 2015

1. Artists of Hawai‘i 2015
Out of 249 submissions, Honolulu Museum of Art tapped seven artists and one collective...

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Dressing Easy
By Kai Andersen | July 24, 2015

1. Fighting Eel
While many already know Fighting Eel for its easy-to-wear, island friendly frocks, Hono-lulu shoppers are also going gaga over the Ava Sky carried in store...

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In Perfect Tone
By Kai Andersen and Tara Boone | July 20, 2015

1. The Bar Method
For a nonimpact total-body workout that incoprorates both yoga and Pilates, try the Bar Method’s one-hour workout that...

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Bodies and Soul
By Jenn Thornton | July 13, 2015

Upmarket goes upcountry Aug. 1 to 7 in Maui, where the island’s eco-boutique retreat center, Lumeria Maui, will host Yoga of the Radiant Soul with model-turned-...

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Positive Force
By Jenn Thornton | July 13, 2015

Epic is the word to describe what Kai Lenny has managed to accomplish in the world of professional surfing at just 22 years old (precisely seven years after he joined the Windsurfing World...

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Click
By Jasmine Lombardi | July 13, 2015

When
12:05am
4.21.15

Where
Makapu‘u, O‘ahu

O‘ahu’s most eastern point usually draws eager photographers for its raw splendor in the daytime, but Thai Tran headed out...

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Perfectly Placed
Mari Taketa | Photography by Linny Morris | July 13, 2015

For those who are familiar with Chinatown’s legendary Hotel Street, change has swept through its environs. Now, downtown diners crawl along in search of gourmet ramen and Old Fashioneds at all hours....

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The Starting Block
By Mari Taketa | July 13, 2015

1. Grondin French Latin-Kitchen
Take a quick trip to South Ameria with this bistro’s signature bite-size app, muchines–an Ecuadorian delicacy of yuca...

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