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Business

Kyle Galdeira, editor

Business vs. art: Will the Philistines win again in Waikiki?

Last issue we told you about Waikiki’s street performers. Now we will tell you about the city’s attempts to remove them from the street in front of the International Marketplace, a prime location that allows them to make a living doing their art. [More]


A street performer in Waikiki.

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A taste of New York comes to the Ala Moana Center
Ruehl rules at 925 Greenwich St. in the Village

On the top level of Ala Moana Center, secluded from the hustle and bustle of the main mall, is store Lot 3112. The lot is empty, and the storefront, discretely covered in solid black paper, doesn’t attract much attention. However, all this will change in a few short months when Lot 3112 gets a new address: Ruehl, No. 925 Greenwich Street, New York City. [More]


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Cirque Hawai'i: Circus comes to Waikiki

A year ago anyone who walked past the Waikiki IMAX Theatre would have found an abandoned ticket booth surrounded by empty movie poster slots. The 420-seat theatre, owned by Consolidated Amusement Company, featured 3-D effect movies shown on a colossal screen. Opened in 1991, its doors were finally shut in 2003. [More]


Local faces, global acrobatics, make a unique show.
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Mainland coffee house opens in Hawai'i

Starbucks has a new competitor on O‘ahu. [More]


The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf
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