Author: Jennifer Meyers

Train to be a Yoga Master

If you are seeking calm in a hectic world, you may find it at a yoga school in Puna, surrounded by a Big Island rain forest. Among the classes at the Yoga Oasis is a 200-hour, monthlong program for Yoga…

Kahuaina Plantation

The lushest property in Hawaii real estate is a 360-acre parcel of vacant land in Kilauea on Kauai’s North Shore that includes a mile of coastline plus streams, valleys and forests, say the two agents offering it for sale. Patricia…

Harnessing Global Creativity

Local entrepreneurs Chris and Kimberly Dey, who have ventures in varied fields from finance to sports, have found another niche, this time in advertising. AdTournament.com, their online graphic design agency, allows businesses to create an online contest for their advertisement…

Pau Hana with Joe Perez

Joe Perez has one of the toughest jobs in Hawaii, and finds his release in kickboxing. “There’s something about hitting that bag after a tough day,” says Perez, executive director of the Hawaii Meth Project. “I hear such emotional and…

The Art of Tease

The women of the Cherry Blossom Cabaret believe the word “burlesque” is often misunderstood. The directors, who go by the stage names of Lola Love and Miss Catwings, see burlesque as an art form – the “art of tease.” “Most…

Satisfying Tastebuds for 63 Years

A visit to Alicia’s Market in Kalihi is like traveling in time, back to 1949, when the family-run business was opened by Raymond and Alicia Kam as a quaint neighborhood grocery store. Nowadays, the focus is on fish. Leonard Kam…