Holoholo Weekly: Virgin Flying To Hawaii, Feral Chickens and the New York Times, Beyonce Gives Advice

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.

My pick of the week is this New York Times article featuring Hawaii and her abundance of feral chickens.


Have you been to these 21 secret peaceful spots on Maui?


So this is huge, Virgin America will be flying to Hawaii starting November 2015. The Cranky Flier wonders: How Virgin America Will Fly A320s to Hawai’i When Nobody Else Has Even Tried?


There’s been a lot of drama surrounding the building of a telescope on Mauna Kea.

Conde Naste named The Four Seasons Resort at Manele Bay as one of the best family friendly resorts.

Aloha, Queen B! Beyonce and her hubby was recently spotted on the Big Island.

“Brennan told The Huffington Post that his daughter is preparing to sing a solo in her school’s upcoming talent show and wanted to ask Beyoncé herself for some advice. Her reply? Stay focused and don’t get nervous. There’s no need to be, she said.”


Hungry Much?

Want to bake using a traditional Portuguese Stone Oven?

The Kona Historical Society practices the traditional art of baking Portuguese bread in a large wood-fired forno, located in the pasture below the H.N. Greenwell Store Museum, every Thursday from about 10:00am until 1:00pm you can see staff and people from the community getting together to talk story, roll dough, and bake it.

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One comment

  1. I just returned from Kauai and rest assured, my friends, we have crows in Los Angeles that are just as loud as the roosters! They are supposedly marking their territory before flying off for the day. The noise starts about 5:30 a.m. Sometimes they get in a big, loud argument. Fortunately, it doesn’t last long.

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