Aloha to all coffee aficionados! If you’re looking for a fresh cup of joe on the island, read on!  Did you know Hawaii is the only U.S. state growing coffee on a commercial scale dating back to the 1800’s? Samuel Reverend Ruggles, an American missionary, planted the first

Quick visit to our neighborhood of Waikiki? Spend the day exploring the bustling area with world-class restaurants and shopping, walk along the two-mile stretch of famous Waikiki Beach, partake in adventurous water activities like surfing, canoe rides with beach boys and paras

Aloha! Our island is a great place to visit during the fall/winter season with plenty of things happening in Oahu.  Here are a few highlights we recommend if you have plans to visit us for some tropical weather, relaxation and interested in some activities to add to your

Aloha! Unlike most celebrations across the country, Honolulu hosts pride festivities in October. We are so happy to celebrate the LGBTQ+ community this month and every month! This year, the festivities will be virtual and will include the KHON2 special program Aloha With Pride