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Sunday, 23 October 2011 12:57

Buzz's Steak House - Pearl City Unpublished

Sunday, 23 October 2011 12:36

Buzz's Steak House - Kailua Unpublished

Tuesday, 30 August 2011 12:24

Windward Stadium 10 Unpublished

Tuesday, 30 August 2011 12:20

Pearl Highlands Stadium 12 Unpublished

Tuesday, 30 August 2011 11:51

Regal Dole Cannery Stadium 18 & IMAX Unpublished

Tuesday, 30 August 2011 11:38

Koko Marina 8 Unpublished

 

Steps from the Pacific Ocean, Koko Marina 8 is located in the Hawaii Kai neighborhood. Located in the upscale Koko Marina Center, the theatre overlooks the picturesque Marina and sits adjacent to a variety of both casual and fine-dining eateries, health and beauty stores and water sports.

Tuesday, 30 August 2011 11:31

Kahala Theatre Unpublished

 

Located in the dynamic Kahala Mall Shopping Center, the Kahala 8 offers a mix of the most exciting mainstream blockbusters as well as a sophisticated selection of acclaimed art, independent and foreign features.

Tuesday, 30 August 2011 11:22

Kapolei 16 Unpublished

 

The Kapolei 16 is located in the heart of Oahu's flourishing west coast community that is rapidly becoming the island's second largest contemporary urban centers.

Tuesday, 30 August 2011 11:15

Pearlridge West 16 Unpublished

 

Pearlridge West 16 is located in the lively Downtown section of Pearlridge Shopping Center, Honolulu's second largest mall. The center connects to its Uptown counterpart by way of Oahu?s only monorail that overlooks the historic Pearl Harbor and the USS Arizona Memorial.

Tuesday, 30 August 2011 11:08

Mililani Stadium 14 Unpublished

 

The Mililani 14 is located in the heart of Mililani, and is convenient to all of the area's retail shopping, restaurants and hotels, parks and community centers.

Tuesday, 30 August 2011 10:59

Ward Stadium with TITAN XC Unpublished

 

The Ward Stadium 16 is located in Honolulu's expansive Ward Center, a popular destination for anyone in search of a unique entertainment experience. With exciting shops and a diverse mix of restaurants, the convenient location offers easy access to both Waikiki as well as the island's bustling downtown business district.

Tuesday, 30 August 2011 09:47

Ko'olau Statium 10 Unpublished

 

Ko'olau 10 is tucked into the lush vegetation beneath Kaneohe's majestic ko'olau mountain range on the Windward side of Oahu. Ko'olau 10 features tons of kid-friendly films as well as an assortment of video and arcade games, making it the perfect place for a family outing.

Thursday, 25 August 2011 08:45

Coming Soon Unpublished

Wednesday, 24 August 2011 12:11

Current Movies Unpublished

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Tuesday, 26 July 2011 09:53

Jasmin Nicole & Sweetkez Unpublished

Every Saturday at The Shack

Sunday, 10 July 2011 12:37

California Pizza Kitchen - Waikiki Unpublished

 

California Pizza Kitchen offers a wide variety of pizza choices, along with other various dishes which include pastas, salads, chicken dishes, soups, sandwiches, appetizers, and many scrumptious desserts. All pizzas are baked on a delicious crust, made to perfection. At this particular location, a Japanese menu is available. Along with this is a full bar, free and convenient parking, delivery service, a kids menu, a catering menu, and a takeout menu. This is a casual dining restaurant with friendly service and amazing, mouth watering food for all to enjoy.

Wednesday, 06 July 2011 11:43

California Pizza Kitchen - Ala Moana Unpublished

 

California Pizza Kitchen offers a wide variety of pizza choices, along with other various dishes which include pastas, salads, chicken dishes, soups, sandwiches, appetizers, and many scrumptious desserts. All pizzas are baked on a delicious crust, made to perfection. At this particular location, a Japanese menu is available. Along with this is a full bar, free and convenient parking, delivery service, a kids menu, a catering menu, and a takeout menu. This is a casual dining restaurant with friendly service and amazing, mouth watering food for all to enjoy.

Friday, 24 June 2011 12:58

Chili's Grill & Bar - Waikiki Unpublished

 

Chili's® Grill & Bar is as bold and flavorful as the food it serves. The energetic, fun atmosphere makes it the perfect spot to unwind with friends and a hand-shaken margarita, or enjoy a made-to-order meal with the entire family. Just make sure you bring your appetite.

Chili's believes that food made with quality ingredients tastes the best!  Our baby back ribs are slow-smoked over pecan wood for fall-off-the-bone tenderness and the Big Mouth Burger is made with fresh, never frozen 100% USDA Choice beef and grilled to order.  The Caribbean salad is hand-tossed at the peak of freshness with chopped pineapple and don't forget to start everything off with Chili's Bottomless Tostada Chips and our house-made salsa.

Friday, 17 June 2011 13:58

Getting Around Unpublished

Friday, 17 June 2011 12:47

How to Say It Unpublished

 

The Hawaiian Language has only 12 letters, plus the ʻokina for the glottal stop, which is considered a consonant. (A E I O U -- H K L M N P W)

 

Every vowel should be pronounced. Here is a pronunciation guide:
a like a in above
e like ay in play
i like ee in see
o like o in sole
u like oo in moon

 

The way you pronounce the words depends on the the way the letters are placed together. The main letters sound like English except the W can sound like a V or a W. The vowels are pronounced differently depending on the vowel they are with.

 

Some common terms:
ahi (ah-hee) -- yellow-fin tuna
akamai (ah-kah-ma-ee) -- helpful or smart
Ala -- It's meanings include path, road, or trail as in Ke•ala•ke•kua (path of the gods) and Ala•wai (fresh water trail)
alii (ah-lee-ee) -- is a very common Hawaiian word and it means "chief" or "chiefess."
Aloha -- hello, goodbye, welcome, farewell, love
E Komo Mai (eh-koh-mo-mah-ee) -- welcome
E Malama Pono (eh-mah-la-mah poh-no) -- To take care
Ewa (eh-vah) -- directional term referring to anything West of Honolulu (or the EWa direction), as in "the 'Ewa bound lanes."
hanahou (ha-na-ho) -- one more time
hala (ha-lah) -- the pandanus tree, leaves are plaited into mats, baskets and hats
Halakahiki (ha-lah-ka-hee-key)-- Pineapple
hale -- -(ha-leh) house or building, "E hele mai i ka hale" means "come over to the house!"
Haleakala (ha-leh-ah-kah-lah) -- Haleakalā is Māui's highest peak and one of the tallest mountains in Hawai'i. Haleakala means "house of the sun" and was home to the god Maui's grandmother
heiau (hey-ah-oo) -- ancient place of worship
haole (ha-oo-leh) -- a foreigner, often referring to a Caucasian
holoholo (ho-loh-ho-loh) -- to ride or walk around for fun, "E holoholo kākou." Lets go holoholo!
honu (ho-noo) -- turtle, Hawaiian Green Sea Turtle
honua (ho-noo-ah) -- land, earth, world
Ho'olaule'a (ho-o-lau-lay-ah) -- festival
Ikaika (ee-kah-ee-kah) -- Strong
ipo (ee-poh) -- sweetheart
kama'Aina (kah-mah-ai-nuh) -- native born, acquainted, familiar.
Kanaka Maoli (kah-nah-kah mah-o-lee) -- full-blooded Hawaiian
kane (ka-neh) -- man (this is both plural and singular so it's never used as kanes)
kau kau (ka-oo ka-oo) -- to eat, food
keiki (kay-kee) -- child, youngster, offspring, or descendant; it can also refer to the offshoot of a plant

kokua (ko-koo-ah) -- help
komo
(ko-mo)-- is a word you have probably heard before. Komo means "to enter" as in "E komo mai!"
Kona
(ko-nah) -- is a word you hear often: Kona the place or as "Kona winds." Kona means "leeward" and Kona winds usually refer to southerly winds which bring hot, humid weather, and vog.
kukui
(koo-koo-ee) -- candlenut tree, bearing nuts containing white oily kernels which were used for lighting by ancient Hawaiians
kupuna
(koo-poo-nah) -- means "grandparent", also refers to elders or wise-ones
lanai
(lah-nah-ee) -- means patio or porch or veranda
Like Like
(lee-kee lee-kee) -- road to Windward side of Oahu
lua (lu-ah) -- bathroom
mahalo (mah-ha-lo) -- thank you
makai - a direction "towards the sea"
mahalo (mah-ha-lo) -- thank you
malihini (mah-lee-hee-nee) -- newcomer
mana (mah-nah)-- spiritual power
mauka (mah-oo-kah) -- a direction "towards the mountains"
moimoi (mo-ee-mo-ee) -- sleep, rest
ohana (oh-ha-nah)-- family
okole
-- (oh-ko-lay) -- buttocks as in "shake your okole" or hurry up!
olelo (oh-lay-low) -- word, language, statement, to speak; Ōlelo Hawaiyi means "Hawaiian language"
opakapaka (oh-pah-kah-pah-kah) -- Hawaiian pink snapper
opala (oh-pah-lah) -- rubbish, trash, or litter; "kini ōpala" is where ōpala belongs: in the trash can.
ono (oh-no) -- delicious, also a large mackeral-type fish
pau or pauhana (pow or pow-ha-nah) -- finished; pauhana is used to mean end of some event such as the workday
pilau (pee-la-oo) -- dirty, filthy as in "the table is pilau!"
poho (poh-ho) -- not worth it; As in "no sense pay extra-- poho!"
pupu (poo-poo) -- appetizer, hors d'oeuvre
pupule (poo-poo-leh) -- crazy, nuts
wahine (wah-hee-neh) -- woman (this is both plural and singular so it's never used as wahines)
wikiwiki (wee-key-wee-key) -- fast, quick

Friday, 17 June 2011 12:21

Big City Diner - Pearlridge Unpublished

 

Indulge in nostalgia - revisit the '50's at this funky Formica palace. Large helpings of great food - primarily American but you can get everything from Fried Rice to Portuguese Sausage. Dine on any of our restaurant's five branches and see why Big City Diner is a great place to treat yourself and your family and friends.

Friday, 17 June 2011 12:11

Big City Diner - Waipio Unpublished

 

Indulge in nostalgia - revisit the '50's at this funky Formica palace. Large helpings of great food - primarily American but you can get everything from Fried Rice to Portuguese Sausage. Dine on any of our restaurant's five branches and see why Big City Diner is a great place to treat yourself and your family and friends.

Friday, 17 June 2011 12:06

Big City Diner - Ward Unpublished

 

Indulge in nostalgia - revisit the '50's at this funky Formica palace. Large helpings of great food - primarily American but you can get everything from Fried Rice to Portuguese Sausage. Dine on any of our restaurant's five branches and see why Big City Diner is a great place to treat yourself and your family and friends.

Friday, 17 June 2011 11:56

Big City Diner - Kailua Unpublished

 

Indulge in nostalgia - revisit the '50's at this funky Formica palace. Large helpings of great food - primarily American but you can get everything from Fried Rice to Portuguese Sausage. Dine on any of our restaurant's five branches and see why Big City Diner is a great place to treat yourself and your family and friends.

Friday, 17 June 2011 11:28

Big City Diner - Kaimuki Unpublished

 

Indulge in nostalgia - revisit the '50's at this funky Formica palace. Large helpings of great food - primarily American but you can get everything from Fried Rice to Portuguese Sausage. Dine on any of our restaurant's five branches and see why Big City Diner is a great place to treat yourself and your family and friends.

Friday, 17 June 2011 10:45

Beijing Restaurant Unpublished

 

Experience luxurious Chinese dining, top quality service and highly acclaimed Chinese seafood prepared by master chefs from China. Come visit us and find out why Beijing is Hawaii’s finest Chinese seafood restaurant, both in atmosphere and taste. Beijing is Hawaii’s premiere Chinese seafood restaurant located in the heart of Waikiki, at the Royal Hawaiian Shopping Center.


Friday, 17 June 2011 10:15

Azure Restaurant Unpublished

 

Daily at 5:30 am, the ringing of a brass bell announces the opening of the Honolulu fish auction. And it is here that our chefs begin their quest for the freshest morning catch. Obsessed with quality and driven by excellence, they handpick the best of the best. Offering you, our discerning patrons, the tastiest seafood on the island and an experience beyond compare.

Thursday, 09 June 2011 11:24

Anna Miller's Unpublished

 

Known for their homemade pies, American food. Open 24/7 365 days a year.

Tuesday, 07 June 2011 12:40

Alan Wong's Restaurant Unpublished

 

Fine Dining at its best.

Tuesday, 07 June 2011 11:05

3660 On The Rise Unpublished

 

3660 on the Rise is an award-winning restaurant overlooking East Honolulu, featuring a warm, casual atmosphere. A delicate blend of European, Pacific Rim and Island-Style cuisine, 3660 on the Rise combines the best of many palates for a very special dining experience. Guests frequently include prominent socialites, politicians, entertainers, chefs and journalists. The vision of co-owners, Gale Ogawa and Executive Chef Russell Siu, is to emphasize great food in an informal but comfortable setting.

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