Yi Xin Cafe at the Market City Shopping Center in Kaimuki, serves a wide range of Chinese food from Hong Kong, Malaysian, and Singapore, including a signature Curry Crab, and other dungeness crab dishes.
Market owner Meghan Ofagalilo and Hilarie Alomar, director of planning and development at Kamehameha Schools, joined HNN’s Sunrise Weekends to talk about the event and vendors like BuGi Grindz, which offered dishes like pastele stew and smoked meat.
The family friendly block party will feature more than 50 different booths with Hawaiian cuisine, local vendors and crafts. Many are from local farms or restaurants such as Waimanalo Country Farms, Olay’s Thai Express and more.
Sustainable Coastlines Hawaii, a non-profit devoted to preserving and cleaning our coastlines, is hosting its 3rd annual Kaimuki Cleanup and Night Market at Aliiolani Elementary School on Sept. 30 from 3-8 p.m.
Regional Executive Chef Hiroyuki Mimura and Sascha Koki of Taormina Sicilian Cuisine in Waikiki joined HNN’s Sunrise Weekends to talk about the festival and their restaurant’s take on Southern Italian dishes.
Hosted by Alliance Francaise of Hawaii (AFH), a nonprofit that promotes French language and culture across the state, the French Fashion, Food & Wine event showcases French cuisine, fine wine, games and an exclusive fashion show featuring French designers.
Spencecliff is hosting a “family reunion” of former employees on September 24th at the Ke’ehi Lagoon Memorial starting at 10 a.m. The group wants to honor members of its 1970s iconic family of more than 50 restaurants.
The U.S. Small Business Administration launched the disaster recovery loan program to provide immediate financial assistance. Businesses and non profits are eligible for long-term, low-interest loans of up to $2 million under the program.
Bernice Kissinger, vice president of defense tech nonprofit Pacific Impact Zone, joined HNN’s Sunrise Weekends to talk about the tech connectivity program born out of the ashes of the Lahaina disaster.
Hawaii Stands with Ukraine is hosting a family-friendly event from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Aug. 26 to share Ukraine’s culture, music, dance, games for keiki, art, and food while showing solidarity with the Valley Isle.
Maui vendors at this past weekend’s 29th Made in Hawaii Festival got a much-needed economic boost. Many said they saw business drop dramatically after the Lahaina wildfire prompted many visitors to cancel their trips.
Kalehua Kahele, vocalist of award-winning island reggae trip Ekolu, and the group’s manager Dar Keala, joined HNN’s Sunrise Weekends to talk about the Wiwoʻole Benefit Concert and the Native Hawaiian non-profit Aina Momona.
Veteran Affairs’ Hawaii Division is hosting a face-to-face event to help veterans register and answer questions today at the Garden Lanai Ballroom of the Ala Moana Hotel from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. More than 4,000 veterans have registered for PACT Act benefits so far.