Category: Miscellaneous

Astronomer to Referee ‘Einstein v. Santa’

Astronomer to Referee ‘Einstein v. Santa’

Santa Claus is beloved around the world, but there are always doubters. And one of the first questions that sometimes creeps into the mind of impressionable young people is this: how can Santa possibly...

Wahiawa to Host Surf-Inspired Art Show

Wahiawa to Host Surf-Inspired Art Show

Some artists like to work in quiet studios or windy rooftops, while others find inspiration in rainforests or bustling coffee shops. An upcoming art festival, however, will explore the creative connections between people and the ocean....

Gallery: 2015 Dessert Fantasy Fundraiser

Gallery: 2015 Dessert Fantasy Fundraiser

For two hours, hundreds of sweet-toothed supporters of the United Cerebral Palsy Association of Hawaii were able to sample as many desserts as they wanted at “Dessert Fantasy,” UCPA Hawaii‘s annual fundraiser. Held in...

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Photo Pro to Show How to Go Retro

There’s no denying the appeal of the warm, faded hues of old photographs. But to recreate that vintage look takes more than old clothes and an Instagram filter. If you want to infuse your...

Drone Club to Host Honolulu FAA Inspectors

Drone Club to Host Honolulu FAA Inspectors

Two inspectors with the Federal Aviation Administration’s Honolulu office will be the featured guests at the Hawaii Drone Club’s monthly meeting on Thursday night. The FAA’s Flight Standards District Office recently added two agents to its...

‘Foodware Wednesday’ to Feature Farm-to-Table Tech

‘Foodware Wednesday’ to Feature Farm-to-Table Tech

For all its home-grown, old-school charms, today’s neighborhood farmers markets are often awash with technology. And the tech transformation extends all the way up the line, from smartphone powered payment systems and check-in coupons at produce stands,...

HVCA: Women in Tech

Luncheon to Celebrate ‘Women in Tech’

A Thursday luncheon in downtown Honolulu will be dedicated to “celebrating women,” acknowledging the many challenges but also highlighting the many accomplishments they’ve had in the local tech industry. The importance of diversity, and the...

Honolulu Mini Maker Faire

Honolulu Mini Maker Faire Returns

This Saturday brings one of the best geek events in town. The second annual Honolulu Mini Maker Faire returns to the Sullivan Center at Iolani School. The call went out for makers in March, and...

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Talk: Voyager Space Program at 37 and Counting

On Wednesday, local space fans will be able to hear first-hand stories from the golden years of the space age. But the best part is that new stories are still being written. In 1977,...

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Kauai Makers Make New Friends

The Hawaii maker movement continues to grow, with the latest news coming from the west side of The Garden Island. Carl Lozar of the Kauai Makers Club announced today a new offering from Firelight Kauai, a...

Hawaii Gets Big Google Street View Update

Hawaii Gets Big Google Street View Update

Google today added over 200 popular Hawaii visitor attractions, historical sites, resorts, parks, schools, and golf courses to its Google Street View collection. And the expansion takes Google’s 360-degree imagery of the Aloha State...