Haleiwa Art Festival – A Unique Brush with Art

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June 15, 2015

Located on the North Shore of Oahu, about an hour’s drive away from Waikiki, lies an old settlement devoted to sugar plantation dating back to the 1900s. In 1898, Benjamin Dillingham, a businessman built the first and finest hotel in Oahu and named it Haleiwa. The word is pronounced as hah-lay-EE-wah, meaning house of the frigate bird. Soon after, new businesses were established and boosted the tourism in the area….

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The Top Three Highest-Rated Restaurants in Haleiwa according to Yelp

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June 7, 2015

No adventure is ever complete without a gastronomic pursuit and discovery especially after basking on a long day at the beach or joining a cultural journey in a Haleiwa vacation. Let me share some restaurants which you absolutely must not miss when in the North Shore: 3rd place: WAIALUA BAKERY & JUICE BAR Offering delightfully fresh and healthy options, not to mention vegetarian and gluten-free, you can’t help but adore…

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The Top 3 Restaurants in Haleiwa that Didn’t Make it according to Yelp reviews

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May 29, 2015

Haleiwa boasts of a variety of eateries and restaurants that serve the most delectable dishes that would surely tempt the palate. Who wouldn’t be tempted by foods guaranteed to be fresh? Select from seafood, fruits, meat, vegetables and breads, which is all produced by locals. There’s plenty to choose from depending on the kind of dining experience you’re in the mood for. You can try the traditional Hawaiian plate-lunch –…

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Haleiwa Catching the Big Wave in the North Shore

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May 28, 2015

On the beautiful day of December 7th, children were witnessed to ride the waves by teaming up with professional surfers from all over Hawaii and other parts of world at Haleiwa Ali’I Beach Park. They included Australian surfer Mick Fanning and local surfers Jamie O’Brien and Sunny Garcia. Even surfing legend Reno Abellira attended the event. Now, these weren’t just regular kids. These kids have a special condition. This day…

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From Barren to Fruitful: Haleiwa education

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May 25, 2015

Living in a dynamic world that’s ever changing, we must keep up with it. We must keep up with the modern technologies and all the advancement in health care and other sectors. Education is the stepping stone that guides you through the darkness of illiteracy. Education helps us gain respect in the society. It helps the young buds of Haleiwa make Haleiwa living a safe and peaceful experience. Haleiwa, known…

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Arty Saturday Nights with Haleiwa Art Walk

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May 11, 2015

As part of celebrating Haleiwa’s culture, our town has unveiled an event to exhibit the works of art of its people. To be held every last Saturday of the month, the Haleiwa Art Walk will display not only paintings and crafts made by groups of people but also show performance arts presenting our town’s ethnic talents. Galleries, shops, and restaurants will be participating the Haleiwa art walk. Among the participants,…

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Fragments of Haleiwa History of Oahu’s North Shore

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May 11, 2015

The town existed for the last 50 years. We don’t have very big developments; as a result, you will see a lot of the stores and other places that were built in the late 1800s and the early 1900s. This was the home of thousands of people all the way to around 1800s. There are six rivers that come down, and fresh water springs and ponds, and fine places for…

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A Feast for the Haleiwa Arts

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May 4, 2015

The Annual Summer Arts Festival is one of the most distinct and flamboyant features of Haleiwa living. Each year, the Haleiwa Hawaii town sees more than a hundred juried visual artists come together to present their original works and limited editions to the public, allowing an avenue to efficiently promote the culture and the arts.   During a usual two-day summer event organized by the Haleiwa Arts Festival, a non-profit…

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Haleiwa: Hawaii’s Most Implausible Paradise

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April 30, 2015

A North Shore municipal located in O’ahu Island’s Waialua District, Haleiwa is considered as the surfing capital not only in Hawaii but in the world. As a resident, I can testify that the waves in our beaches are huge and enormous enough to attract surfing enthusiasts. Our beaches such as Haleiwa Ali’i Beach Park and Haleiwa, are the main charms of our town. In these beaches, there are surfing schools…

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Haleiwa’s Labor Force: Growing or Declining?

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April 28, 2015

After many surveys conducted in Hawaii, 2012 census concluded that the poverty here in Haleiwa has been decreasing. With many factors determining the poverty level, Haleiwa living was proven to be booming and the employment status in our city was considered stable. What are the determinants used to come up with this conclusion?   In the 2012 census, statistics show that the household income in our city has a median…

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