Monthly Archive: September 2009

Bookmarks for September 30th

Bookmarks for September 30th

When I’m not blogging, I’m browsing. Here are sites and pages that I bookmarked on September 30th: Moon-crashing probe aimed at bigger target: A NASA spacecraft destined to crash into a moon crater in...

Don’t Miss Lunch at 220 Grille [Updated]

Don’t Miss Lunch at 220 Grille [Updated]

One of the more interesting restaurants in Honolulu exists only a few weeks out of the year. 220 Grille specializes in “Hawaii Regional Cuisine,” offering great food and service on the slopes of Diamond...

Kat Reeder Tackles Triple Crown

Kat Reeder Tackles Triple Crown

Local artist Kat Reeder, whose work you may have seen at First Friday as one of the recently featured artist at the Chinatown Boardroom, was tapped to create the official poster of the Vans...

Bookmarks for September 22nd

Bookmarks for September 22nd

When I’m not blogging, I’m browsing. Here are sites and pages that I bookmarked on September 22nd: Hawaii taps HP for health data warehouse projects: Hewlett-Packard Co. is working with Hawaiian state health officials...

Ê»Aiea Dog Vies for ‘Cutest’ Crown

Ê»Aiea Dog Vies for ‘Cutest’ Crown

Meet Bobby Gorgeous. The five-year old white Pomeranian from Aiea is competing in the “Cutest Dog Competition,” which is offering a million dollar prize. His “fashion mentor” Guylynn Gia is trying to drum up...

“LOST” at HIFF

“LOST” at HIFF

Updated Sept. 17, 7:30 p.m.: As reported late last month, the Hawaii International Film Festival (HIFF) is collaborating with the producers and creators of the hit television show “LOST” for a series of special...

Bookmarks for September 15th

Bookmarks for September 15th

When I’m not blogging, I’m browsing. Here are sites and pages that I bookmarked on September 15th: Unraveling the Chemistry of Titan’s Hazy Atmosphere: An international team of scientists has announced the confirmation of...

‘LOST’ Scene Report

‘LOST’ Scene Report

SPOILER ALERT: The “LOST” production crew has kept largely out of sight this week. But a couple of reports have come in from the location shoot reported on Tuesday (and at right, one of...

Polynesian Cultural Center Special Offer

Polynesian Cultural Center Special Offer

Recently, the Polynesian Cultural Center hosted a “Social Media Night,” inviting several local bloggers, video bloggers, Twitter and Facebook users to see their new night show, “Hā – Breath of Life.” Now, the center...

‘Man v. Food’ in Honolulu

‘Man v. Food’ in Honolulu

Tonight on the Travel Channel, “Man v. Food” turns the spotlight on Honolulu. The program, which crosses the country in search of local traditions and regional specialties, challenges host Adam Richman to partake in...

Bookmarks for September 8th

Bookmarks for September 8th

When I’m not blogging, I’m browsing. Here are sites and pages that I bookmarked on September 8th: Expedition to extinct Papua New Guinea volcano unearths remarkable finds: “It was mind-blowing,” said Dr George McGavin....

‘LOST’ On Arrival

‘LOST’ On Arrival

SPOILER ALERT! After a long holiday weekend (capping off a long week of late-night shoots), the “LOST” crew was out and about early this morning. The news came courtesy former coworkers whose parking lot...

Roz Savage Arrives in Tarawa

Roz Savage Arrives in Tarawa

Solo ocean rower Roz Savage arrived in Tarawa yesterday, having journeyed over 3,000 miles in 104 days since leaving Honolulu in May. Check out the first set of photos on Flickr, which shows the...

Bookmarks for September 2nd

Bookmarks for September 2nd

When I’m not blogging, I’m browsing. Here are sites and pages that I bookmarked on September 2nd: Tesoro moves oil to Pacific on reversed Panama line: Reversal of the 81-mile pipeline, which formerly flowed...

Online Hawaii School Guide Launched

Online Hawaii School Guide Launched

After eighteen months of research, development, and plain hard work, local entrepreneur Evan Leong today launched the Hawaii School Guide. It’s intended to be a comprehensive education resource, offering information on over 800 schools...