Honolulu Pedicab Company's seers of bright green scenery carry up to two passengers on open-air, eco-friendly pedicabs through lush oceanfront surroundings. Cultivate culture kernels with a trip through the city's bustling downtown streets, snapping flashes at the Hawai'i Maritime Museum, Ioliani Palace, and the Chinatown District.
Determined to outfit trendy ladies in edgy, distinctive styles, designer Cindy King and her friendly sales crew stock the shelves of Acid Dolls with limited-edition dresses, tops, and skirts from local designers. Trendy Asian-inspired styles outfit shoppers in bold tops ($28+) and club-ready leggings ($30+) blinged with sequins. Local artist Remi Mead designs a series of exclusive graphic tees for the shop, including a flowing charcoal and white tank top ($42) with open sides, and the Nautical Nice collection stitches a versatile floral print dress ($46) with front pockets that stash hyperactive hands. Spice up ordinary ensembles with waist-defining belts ($18) or accent shapely lobes with floral earrings ($22+).
Hawaii Magazine covers all things 50th state-related, including the food, nightlife, music, culture, and incredible beauty of each of the archipelago's members. Read up on events and destinations in the state on a bimonthly basis, including a section on cuisine-specific happenings and an event calendar organized by island. Other highlights include articles about the historical and cultural landscapes of Hawaii's islands, tips on sightseeing and vacation-planning, and how much running speed to build up before island-hopping. The magazine reaches more than 200,000 readers and aims to bring the islands' beauty, music, people, and places to readers inside and outside of Hawaii.
Fighting against the profiteering of bigger ink sellers, Mr. Ink Plus locally reloads exhausted printers with discounted compatible and remanufactured cartridges and toners. Canon and Brother inks both come in compatible clones ($5.95+ and $11.95+, respectively), and remanufactured equivalents of HP and Epson ($19.95 and $11.95, respectively) quench parched printers after proving themselves in Mr. Ink's nozzle, circuit, and print test, and dominating a durability test in the spin-art Thunderdome. So confident are Mr. Ink's experts in their product that they offer a 100% satisfaction guarantee.