The most populous and developed island. Its southern shore is home to the city of Honolulu, the state capital and largest city; four out of every five kama'aina (Hawaii residents) call it home. It is the governmental and commercial center of the state, and Waikiki Beach is arguably the best known tourist destination in Hawaii.
Arguably the most popular event on Honolulu’s social calendar is Honolulu Museum of Art’s Kama’aina Christmas. This year’s theme was “Cool Yule,” and guests dressed up in their best Jazz Age-inspired attire: http://hilxry.com/1f7lp48
Honolulu, Waikiki, and Oahu Gay Guide and Photo Gallery: A traditional Hawaiian Kama'aina breakfast at Ihilani's Naupaka Terrace
Honolulu, HI For one spectacular night only, Hawaii's Burlesque Bombshell, Violetta Beretta, presents a luscious sampling of US & Hawaii burlesque performers to the enthusiastic kama'aina audiences of the… Click flyer for more >>
Honolulu, HI Youth On Stage presents amazing choir band, Rhapsody singing holiday music this Sunday at off for Kama'aina and happy hour specials. Your donation will help feed a hungry child. Click flyer for more >>
Handcarved Koa Racing Canoe Cribbage Board - Greg is a 4th generation kama'aina craftsman--his great grandfather built the koa and kamani wood staircase at Iolani Palace in Honolulu. This canoe is carved from curly koa, the paddles are koa and maple, and there is traditional lashing on the ama. Greg builds a crate for shipping each canoe (the price includes the crate but not shipping costs). Each canoe is signed and numbered; this is Canoe Cribbage Board #10. ( Mike Carroll Gallery)