The experts at Body Wraps By The Sea rely on Suddenly Slender–brand wraps, which use elastic bandages and a nondehydrating mineral solution that can contribute to a visually slimmer appearance and tighter skin. They are so confident that their clients will appear at least 6 inches slimmer for women and 4 inches slimmer for men that they guarantee each treatment. In addition to the wraps, they further detoxify bodies with ionic foot cleanses and supply a variety of weight-loss products.
Pacific Edge Magazine is a guide to the Hawaiian marketplace and business lifestyle. It captures secrets of emerging business leaders, insights on new startups, and tips for whittling palm trees into wooden nickels. In most issues, articles explore and educate readers about entrepreneurs and new or growing businesses. By maintaining this forward-looking vision, the magazine maintains perennial significance—providing a compass for the present, helping professionals to inch toward quarterly goals and complete world domination.
Hawaii Air Duct's insured technicians have been cleaning homes' vital air-duct systems since 1996. Removing dust and debris from the systems that pump air into homes, they help maintain good air quality, improve the efficiency of air circulation, and evict toxins such as mold and bossy poltergeists who fancy themselves interior-design experts. Additionally, the company dispatches cleaners to see to the upkeep of area rugs, upholstery, and carpets.
When educator Nicole Kealoha set out to enrich her community, she harnessed the vibrant power of hip-hop and urban culture to captivate young people. Her nonprofit Diverse Art Center, launched in 2008, seeks to foster connections between youths and the community via enriching and engaging instruction from professional artists. The accomplished teachers and artists—including leading local art figure Shaun Castro and award-winning dancer Josh Skittle—strive to instill positive values and self-esteem in their pupils as they shepherd them through the many mediums that comprise hip-hop culture, including dance, music, and the visual arts. No fewer than five area schools participate in the center's fitness-focused Healthy Hip-Hop program, and daily urban art instruction includes tutorials in hip-hop lettering, break dancing, and beatboxing with inner-city kangaroos.
When Julia Morgan began designing the YWCA, she was the first woman architect to ever design a public building in Honolulu. Today, Cafe Julia pays homage to her by bearing her name, as it stands in the beautiful building she dreamed up back in the 1920s when it was built. Out on the breezy plaza-patio or inside the bright, beautiful dining room, chef Almar Arcano aims to delight diners with cuisine that's as elegant as the surroundings. Open for lunch and dinner, the menus are home to delicate and savory seafood crepes, hearty sandwiches, and old-school entrees such as slow-roasted prime rib served on a giant monocle.