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Kokua Kailua Schedule

Kokua Kailua Stroll


Free Hawaiian music featuring the Hawai'i County Band with kahiko hula by Kumu Etua Lopes' Na Pua U'i O Hawai'i hula halau on the Palace's South Lawn at 4 p.m., presented by the Daughters of Hawai`i. Bring your own beach mat or chair. Before and after the Palace performance, stroll thru historic Kailua Village (the Stroll starts at 1pm & goes till 6pm), enjoy over 100 vendor booths, plus oceanside restaurants, local musicians & artists.

For more info about the Palace event, email hulihee@ilhawaii.net. For more info about Kokua Kailua, email HKVevents@yahoo.com or visit historickailuavillage.com.

Dengue Fever Closes Hookena Big Island Hawaii

Big Island officials close Ho'okena Beach Park to reduce dengue fever threat


UPDATE 16 November 2015: 

56 cases of dengue fever on the Big Island have been confirmed by the Hawai’i Department of Health.

Of those infected, 46 are Hawai’i residents while ten have been visitors. Fifteen of those impacted are under the age of 18.

Over the weekend, DOH crews conducted spraying operations in a widely spanned area of the Big Island, including Napoopoo, Honaunau, Captain Cook, Ookala, Papaaloa, Kea’au and Mountain View on Sunday, as well as areas in South Kona.

CAPTAIN COOK, BIG ISLAND- Big Island officials have closed Ho'okena Beach Park in Captain Cook to reduce the dengue fever threat and conduct mosquito control.

The closure comes in the wake of an outbreak of the illness on the Big Island. Dengue fever is spread by mosquitoes.

Big Island of Hawaii: Mauna Loa’s volcano alert level to Advisory status

USGS raises Mauna Loa’s volcano alert level to Advisory status

Mauna Loa Volcano Activity

TOP: Mauna Loa weekly earthquake rates between 2010 and September 17, 2015. Blue bars indicate the number of earthquakes that were located by the USGS Hawaiian Volcano Observatory seismic network. Earthquakes of all magnitudes are plotted. Subtle increases in earthquake rates started in mid-2013, while more obvious changes in rates started in 2014.
BOTTOM: Change in distance across Mauna Loa’s summit caldera between 2010 and September 17, 2015. Blue dots indicate the relative distance between two stations that span the summit caldera of Mauna Loa, shown in the map on the upper left. Sustained extension across the caldera started in mid-2014. This extension is one of the indicators of magma infilling a complex reservoir system beneath the summit and upper Southwest Rift Zone.

Blogging on the Big Island - Top 10 Things to Know

Know the Top 10 Things to Successful Blogging on the Island of Hawaii


1)  Create...Dont Duplicate!

Content is King. Its simple, true and the most important thing in today's blogoshere whether one is in New York City or here on the Big Island of Hawaii.  In the world of copy and paste, immediate gratification and 140 character messages, content still drives the basis for successful blogs. 

   Write for Humans Not SEO/Search Engines

With the advent of semantic search and Google's vast information depository, Search Engines (Google, Bing, Yahoo) are adapting to what humans want, how we want it and what we think is useful.  To stay in the forefront of where SEO is going is simple...Write for your audience not a computer.

7 Wonders of Hawaii: The Big Island

7 Wonders of Hawaii, The Big Island:


In the domain of Pele, the Hawaiian goddess of fire, you will find Kilauea, the world’s most active volcano. The current eruption, ongoing since January 1983, is the largest and longest volcanic flank eruption in history. Crater Rim Drive is a wonder of Sulphur banks, steam vents, lava tubes and landscapes of strange lava formations.


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