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Hula’s Asian Hawaiian BBQ in Palm Desert is Now Hiring for a number of positions

Hula's at Palm Desert is hiring as many employees as they can find. Owners Jerry and Sandy Wong say they're looking for cooks, servers, and server assistants. Jerry believes "if you had a choice of having to live in the desert, and you want to be in Hawaii, the best place to be at is The post Hula’s Asian Hawaiian BBQ in Palm Desert is Now Hiring for a number of positions appeared first on KESQ.
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Hawaii Working On Plan To Limit Tourists In Oahu

Hawaii officials are worried that their state is becoming overrun with tourists, and they are taking steps to slow the trend. The Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA) approved a bold tourism management plan for Oahu last week with the specific goal of decreasing the number of visitors to the island. HTA...
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Chef brings taste of Hawaii to North Portland

PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) – “Smokin Fire Fish” is located in North Portland and is serving up some mouth-watering island cuisine. Chef Chris Cha joined AM Extra Tuesday to talk about his Hawaiian restaurant‘s menu and the trials he faced in the pandemic.
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Maui residents rail against spike in tourism during water shortage: ‘Stop coming’ to Hawaii

For summer travelers, the weather in Maui was close to perfect last month, with highs in the mid-80s, lows in the mid-70s and not a rain cloud in sight. For locals, that has actually been a huge problem: Recent drought conditions have led officials to declare a water shortage in parts of the Maui County archipelago. Residents in those areas can be hit with a $500 fine if they use water for nonessential activities, such as washing a car or watering a lawn.
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First Bad Ass Coffee of Hawaii Location in Kentucky Opens this Week

August 03, 2021 // Franchising.com // LEXINGTON, Ky. - A warm Hawaiian breeze will blow into Kentucky this Thursday, Aug. 5 as Bad Ass Coffee of Hawaii opens its first location in the state at 685 S. Limestone, in the newly constructed Hub on Campus Limestone apartment complex near the University of Kentucky and University of Kentucky medical campus in Lexington.
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This Popular Hotel in Hawaii Teamed Up With Photographer Gray Malin for a New Beach Club Experience

A new beach club experience in Hawaii also comes with a little fine art. Mauna Kea Beach Hotel on the Island of Hawaii collaborated with fine art photographer Gray Malin to create an exciting new immersive beach club experience. This collaboration comes in addition to the new Gray Malin at the Mauna Kea photo series that the photographer released in January 2021.
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5 Best Places to Eat Steaks in Hawaii

Cowboy culture is unique to Hawaii thanks to expansive pastures, ranches, and cattle ranches. The booming tourism industry in Hawaii provides plenty of options for finding the perfect steak, especially when it comes to free-range, grass-fed beef. Our top five picks are below:
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5 Best Cupcake Places in Hawaii

The American tradition of making a cake just for one person has become quite popular in the past few years. Cupcakes fascinate most people for a variety of reasons. The people adore cupcakes, buy cupcakes online, bake cupcakes at home, and stand in line at bakeries just for cupcakes.
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Hanalei Creates Skincare Powered by Hawaii

In a world increasingly more intrigued by clean, botanical formulas, natural beauty brands are on the rise. While new brands are debuting each and every day, some are just not getting recognized despite rallying for the cause years ago. Case in point: Hanalei Island-Powered Beauty. The Hawaiian-based beauty brand launched in 2015 and has been gaining traction here this year. Whether it’s thanks to the brand’s top-quality ingredients or TikTok's latest obsession with coconut girl aesthetics, we’re glad the tropical-influenced brand is on our radar—and think you will be glad, too.