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  • All About Travel: A look at the state of the honeymoon, both at home and abroad

    All About Travel: A look at the state of the honeymoon, both at home and abroad
    A lot of goes into a wedding; About a year of planning, on average, and upward of $20,000, give or take, depending on whom who ask. It makes sense that after all of that, a vacation – the honeymoon – is in order. Which, of course, is...
  • Daytrippers: Paddleboarding

    Daytrippers: Paddleboarding
         Suddenly this season, stand up paddle boards are popping up all along Connecticut's coast.  "From Hawaii to California to Florida and now, the last two years, there has been a surge in paddle boarding here and I think it's just going to grow more...
  • Hawaii: Pro surfer Ian Walsh will teach amateurs through Andaz Maui

    Hawaii: Pro surfer Ian Walsh will teach amateurs through Andaz Maui
    If you’re an amateur surfer, pro Ian Walsh plans to improve your skills and confidence in several upcoming classes on Maui. The first students will hit the waves along Mokapu Beach on Sept. 27; a second class will be Oct. 25. Other dates will be...
  • Hawaii: Maui's Jazzfest swings into action starting Sept. 4

    Hawaii: Maui's Jazzfest swings into action starting Sept. 4
     Well-known musicians, including Les McCann, will have toes tapping and hands clapping when they gather early next month in Lahaina for the Maui Jazz & Blues Festival. The fourth annual festival,  set for the west Maui town that once was the center of...
  • Hawaii: Wooden works of art to be showcased at Honolulu museum

    Hawaii: Wooden works of art to be showcased at Honolulu museum
    Intricate works of art made from native Hawaiian wood will be showcased in an upcoming exhibition in Honolulu. Hawaii's Woodshow will run Aug. 31-Sept. 14 at the Honolulu Museum of Art School. Each fall, the exhibit features 80 or more heirloom-...
  • Hawaii governor defeated, senator struggling in Democratic primary

    Hawaii’s Gov. Neil Abercrombie was defeated and U.S. Sen. Brian Schatz was fighting to avoid a similar ousting Saturday after a Democratic primary vote that occurred as the state cleaned up from Tropical Storm Iselle and awaited an incoming...
  • Hawaii to celebrate its Flag Day

    Hawaii to celebrate its Flag Day
    Hawaiians and visitors will come together on July 31 to celebrate Hawaiian Flag Day, the islands’ original holiday. Hawaiian Flag Day was first observed July 31, 1843. King Kamehameha III proclaimed the holiday to honor Great Britain’s...
  • Hawaii: Documentary tells the story of interned Japanese Americans

    Hawaii: Documentary tells the story of interned Japanese Americans
    The stories of thousands of Japanese American citizens detained during World War II because of their ancestry will be shared when a documentary is screened this month on Hawaii’s Big Island. “The Untold Story: Internment of Japanese...
  • Hawaii: Two Waikiki hotels' bike packages help guests go green

    Hawaii: Two Waikiki hotels' bike packages help guests go green
    Two Honolulu hotels are urging travelers to “go green” during their stays by using bicycles for sightseeing. The Coconut Waikiki and the Shoreline, both Joie de Vivre hotels, are urging guests to use pedal power to tour the city with its...
  • Hawaii: SUV, parking, breakfast part of Hyatt Maui's $379 family deal

    Hawaii: SUV, parking, breakfast part of Hyatt Maui's $379  family deal
    Parents who are heading for Maui this year may like the extras that come with this Hawaiian family vacation package: an SUV rental, breakfast, parking and two-for-one tickets to cultural events. It's available at the Hyatt Regency Maui Resort & Spa in...
  • Hawaii: Bishop Museum to host prestigious arts market

    Hawaii: Bishop Museum to host prestigious arts market
    The works of more than 30 artists will be displayed later this month at the prestigious Native Hawaiian Arts Market at the Bishop Museum in Honolulu. Visitors will be able to see the artists' creations, including jewelry, paintings and weavings, at...