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Park Restaurant to Launch Live Music Series in September

Park Restaurant to Launch Live Music Series in September

Some of Hawaii’s well-known entertainers will perform at Park restaurant beginning Sept. 11 as part of an effort to enhance its late night guest experience. The entertainers will include singer-songwriter Johnna Padeken and TV news personality and former Miss Hawaii Kanoe Gibson. Each scheduled performance will take place from 8:30 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. in the dining room.

“We are bringing in some very talented local artists and musicians to see how it fits into the late night dynamic of the restaurant,” says Tom Juliano, managing partner of Park. “If the entertainment is well received by our patrons, we will look into implementing regularly scheduled live music.”

The September live music line up and dates are:

Wednesday, Sept. 11 – Johnna Padeken (www.johnnapadekenparel.com) and Bin Yasuno

Saturday, Sept. 14 - Kanoe Gibson & Randy Allen Duo (www.randyallenmusic.wordpress.com)

Wednesday, Sept. 25 – Simple Souls (www.simplesoulsmusic.com)

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TOYOTA HAWAII ANNOUNCES THE FIRST WINNER OF THE SEASON FOR THE #WinWithToyotaHI PHOTO CONTEST

TOYOTA HAWAII ANNOUNCES THE FIRST WINNER OF THE SEASON FOR THE #WinWithToyotaHI PHOTO CONTEST

Toyota Hawaii is awarding Brandon Mitsuda from Hawaii Kai for the University of Hawaii (UH) football season’s first snap-and-share photo contest played at the UH vs. USC home game yesterday, August 29. The theme was announced at the beginning of the game: Family, group or cheering section. Brandon Mitsuda’s image, posted on instagram, captured the theme perfectly.

HHL HOLDINGS ANNOUNCES NEW DIVISION: HONOLULU PROPERTY MANAGEMENT

HHL HOLDINGS ANNOUNCES NEW DIVISION: HONOLULU PROPERTY MANAGEMENT

HONOLULU – HHL Holdings, the parent company of Hawaii’s leading mortgage firm, Honolulu HomeLoans, today announced a new division, Honolulu Property Management (HPM). HPM was formed when The Property Managers, Ltd. transitioned into the new entity on August 30. Former president of The Property Manager, Ltd., P.J. Moore, (B) Realtor, will lead Honolulu Property Management’s staff of 11 as President and Warren Dote (B) Realtor, also joins the company as Principal Broker.

Geobunga hosts free water lilies workshop on September 14

Geobunga hosts free water lilies workshop on September 14
WHAT:                    Anytime you pair beautiful live plants with water, you’ve instantly created a tranquil oasis for your home. Geobunga invites all those interested in learning how easy and inexpensive it is to cultivate lilies to join them for this free workshop.

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Chad Okuhara Joins Graham Builders as Project Manager

Chad Okuhara Joins Graham Builders as Project Manager

HONOLULUwww.grahambuilders.com – Graham Builders, Hawaii’s premier design+ build company, is pleased to announce that Chad Okuhara has joined the firm as Project Manager. He will manage and coordinate the construction process from scheduling to cost controlling.

Prior to joining Graham Builders, Okuhara served as an accounting manager at MW Group where he was responsible for overseeing and managing the company’s accounting department. Before that, he was a senior accountant at Wachi & Watanabe CPA.

Okuhara earned his bachelors degree in Accounting from the University of Hawaii.

He is a member of the Okinawan Club and Malama Maunalua, and currently resides in Niu Valley.

Crews battle brush fire in Hahaione

Source: hawaiipc.com

HAWAII KAI, OAHU (HawaiiNewsNow)-  

[Update 1:30 p.m.]

Hahaione
Valley fire has been extinguished .  

[Original story posted below]

Fire crews are battling a brush fire on the hillside in Hahaione Valley in Hawaii Kai.

The fire started around 10:40 a.m.

The brush fire is near the front of the valley near the Aloha Gas Station.

The Honolulu Fire Department's Air One helicopter has been brought in to help fight the flames.

The fire is not threatening any homes at this time.

We will have more on the fire as information becomes available. 

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Man in critical condition after nearly drowning

HAWAII KAI, OAHU (HawaiiNewsNow)- A man in his 30s is in critical condition following an apparent near-drowning at Hanauma Bay.

Emergency Medical Services say the incident happened at around 11:15 a.m.

We will have more details as they become available. 

 

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