Hawaii Entertainment


Must-Do: Wet ’n’ Wild‘s Dive ’n’ Movie

If you think watching a movie alfresco sounds nice, try watching one in the open air on a new 20-foot high-definition LED TV wall screen while floating on an inner tube in a wave pool. Well, you’re invited to do just that, nearly every Saturday through the end of the year (weather permitting) at noon and at dusk, during Wet ’n’ Wild Hawai‘i’s Dive ’n’ Movie. A subtly spooky October lineup (Oct. 1: Addams Family 2, Oct. 8: Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation, and Oct. 22: Ghostbusters: Afterlife), will give you all the fall feels, even if it’s not quite sweater weather.

Popular Musician Tory Lanez to Perform in Hawaii

Honolulu (KHON2) – Upcoming concert supports Punahou School’s Financial Aid department. Award-winning singer Tory Lanez is coming to Hawaii on November 18, and tickets are available now to purchase. “For people in my age group, we actually want performers and artists that we listen to to perform in...

ʻUkulele | Aloha Authentic Episode 301

During the plantation days, many cultures influenced Hawaiʻi’s lifestyle, including music. When the Portuguese arrived, they brought with them a stringed instrument. The Hawaiians made it their own and it evolved into the ʻukulele. In this episode, host Kamaka Pili learns its rich history and how it became the sound of Hawaiʻi.

Bill Romerhaus a Hawaiian Photographer Living Legend

Bill Romerhaus’ connection to Hawaii through photography is as vast and deep as the ocean in which so many of his experiences and images revolve around. As a boy Bill grew up in town watching Duke Kahanamoku surf in Waikiki, the Romerhaus family eventually moved to Wahiawa where as a student at Leilehua High School Bill worked as the sports writer for the school paper. The sports coverage led him to the North Shore where in 1967 he would shoot iconic shots of Eddie Aikau at Waimea Bay as well as other locations. Bill, himself a big wave surfer, would surf with many of the all-time greats such as Gerry Lopez and Eddie himself. A young John John Florence once mentioned to Romerhaus that it was his images of the old time greats that he would look at for inspiration. As Bill honed his photographic skills he made it a point to take pictures of everyone, not just the big names. Chances are if you were on the North Shore anytime from the late 1960’s through the 1990’s there might be a picture of you surfing, bodyboarding, or even catching a sunset in his collection.

‘NCIS: Hawaii’ 2×02 Review: “Blind Curves”

NCIS: Hawaii 2×02 “Blind Curves” is an episode about racing with a joke about The Fast and the Furious family theme, pretty on point considering this show, in general, is also about family. It’s only been a season and two episodes, so that family is sure to have some ups and downs in the future, but the NCIS franchise has pretty much figured out the formula, and NCIS: Hawaii has the puzzle pieces in place.

Get into the Halloween Spirit with Spooky Podcasts on PBS Hawai‘i

In August 2021, PBS Hawaiʻi looked for a new way to engage with local communities and examine the things that make our culture so unique. The result was its first entry into the podcast space with What School You Went? with weekly episodes touching on a wide variety of topics, from rubbah slippahs to the manapua man.

Howling Heavy Metal Bagpipes Hit Hilo

Celtica Nova is back on the road, full of grit & energy. After a two-year hiatus, the rockin’ bagpipes of Celtica Nova returned to the Big Island last Saturday for a Palace Theater show with special guests, the Hawaii Irish Dance troupe. Some 400 fans turned out for the Celtic rock band featuring a new bagpiper and watched them rip it up in another dynamic performance – their fifth year here!

What's Trending: Seal becomes a local celebrity; 'Sittervising' grows popular

Howard tells us how many flights came to Hawaii in September and where most of those flights came from. Smart Money Monday: How to prevent elder financial abuse. Taylor Kirihara from Bank of Hawaii explains the importance of preventing elder financial abuse and scams to watch out for. Entertainment: Casting...