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Maui Wildfires 2023: A Message from Roberts Hawaii

Aloha to our cherished community, Our thoughts and deepest sympathies are with our Roberts Hawaii Maui team, their families, friends, and all of our extended Maui partners and families affected by the recent wildfires. The devastation has touched many lives, and we stand shoulder to shoulder with every individual impacted. The pain, loss, and uncertainty…

Dine Out At One of These Four Restaurants For Christmas

BY: MARIA KANAI Make Christmas day extra special by visiting one of these restaurants around Hawaii that’s serving up delicious food for dinner. Think beyond roast turkey or carved ham with mashed potatoes (though there’s nothing wrong with that!) – these are all establishments known for local flair and being creative with their dishes, which…

7 Hawai‘i Sweet Treats to Try

Leonard’s on Kapahulu Avenue. Has the best Malasadas. BY: NATALIE SCHACK There’s so much to see in Hawaii, from the majestic mountain ranges scraping their green tops against the clear, blue sky, to the wild, cresting waves, rushing in and out on the shore like some mesmerizing azure dance. It’s a beautiful feast for your…

Making Waves with Malama Honua

*Photo Credit: Chris Stankis Today the name Hokule’a, which means “the star of gladness,” serves as a light for people around the world. A “wa’a kaulua” or Polynesian double-hulled voyaging canoe, the Hokule’a recently returned home to the islands after a more than three-year journey around the world. The History Inspired by the ancient…

Our Top 5 Reasons to Visit Maui NOW

Summer may have come to an end, but with Hawaii’s year-round tropical weather — there’s no better time than now to book your island vacation. And since each island is home to lush beaches and ono (delicious) food, deciding which one to visit is just part of the fun. If you’re looking to experience a…

Hawaiian Hula Dance 101

There’s a lot of hoopla on hula, the art form is known around the world – from little fishing villages in Japan to dance troupes in New York City. You probably grew up seeing hula performed on TV, with tanned girls in grass skirts against a backdrop of swaying palms. Or it was the routine…