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  • Rogue Wave of Laughter Hits Waikiki

    The Society of Seven got their start in 1969. You would have probably called them a variety act then. Their success led to a regular gig in Las Vegas. Before they left for the mainland—almost 10 years ago—they trained a troupe to carry on in Waikiki. Through September 20, the Vegas version is home, performing at the showroom at Outrigger Waikiki on the Beach. Read More
  • A Gift of Music at the Waikiki Aquarium

    Makana plays slack key guitar at Waikiki Aquarium at sunsetIn the summer, the aquarium hosts Ke Kani O Ke Kai, The Sound of the Ocean, a series of five Hawaiian music concerts. You tour some exhibits, nosh on a selected menu of dinner entrees from local restaurants, and about the time the sun sets, you take your place on the grassy lawn and settle in for the evening performance. Read More
  • A Chat with Hawaiian Music Singer-Songwriter Mailani

    Every now and then, you read a book or catch a live musical performance, and you think, “This author/musician/singer is going some place.” That’s what happened to me when I heard Mailani perform at the Hawaii Book & Music Festival a couple months ago. She was having so much fun on stage that she captivated me. She drew me in. I literally moved closer to the stage for a better seat. Read More
  • Hawaii and Music. Like Sun and Surf

    Daniel Ho Slack Key GuitaristIn Hawaii, most musicians play for the enjoyment of it. They hold full-time jobs and may play for a hula halau or pick up a side gig here and there. That’s true of many Na Hoku Hanohano Award winners. Only a select few musicians in Hawaii—like anywhere—break out. Two are Daniel Ho and Makana. Read More
  • Zanzabar

    Traverse the winding staircase to make a grand entrance at Zanzabar, where DJs spin everything from hip-hop and soul to techno and trance. With three bars, it's easy to find a drink at this high-energy nightspot. Not sure how to get your groove on? Zanzabar offers free Latin dance lessons every Tuesday night. www.zanzabarhawaii.com.

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