Holoholo Weekly is a compilation of stories and tidbits that we’ve collected from around the web. It’s like a weekly mystery grab bag of Hawaii related goodness, featuring different articles of interest, fun images, videos, products, deals, downloads, and more.
This week’s Pick of the Week is this post on Hawaii daredevil, Clark Little.
Yes, it’s still snowing on the Big Island.
Honouliuli, the former WWII internment camp, is Hawaii’s newest national monument. So, how does Hawaii’s National Park System actually work? Hawaii Magazine investigates.
Ever wondered what the Island of Hawaii looks like from the International Space Station? Wonder no more:
With the Board of Water Supply preparing to demolish the Haiku Stairs (Stairway to Heaven), one person has started a petition for the U.S. National Park system to take over control of the popular (illegal) hike.
Hawaii Magazine polled their readers on their top bucket list activities.
Great post on one child’s Make-A-Wish trip to the Hilton Waikoloa Village.
Hawaii Chef Roy Yamaguchi is getting ready to open a new restaurant on Kauai. The Eating House 1849 is set to open next week.
Kauai residents are excited for the reviving of a former, popular hot spot.
An uplifting story from Seed Restaurant and how they have offered fresh starts for former prostitutes and convicts.
Are you ready for the Kona Brew Fest?
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