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05 Mar '21

ALOHA 59FIFTY & WTCF HOODIE

Releasing exclusively in-store and online this Saturday, March 6 at 11am HST. Please abide by the new safety guidelines while shopping in-store. ALOHA Aloha kākou! ALOHA, it’s back! It’s been on hiatus for a while, but we have a new Aloha design releasing this Saturday, this time sporting a perfectly crisp, everyday colorway. The Aloha 59FIFTY starts off with a black 100% cotton base, with white embroidery on the front and left sides, yellow embroidery on the right and back sides, and is finished off with woodland camouflage on the undervisor and inner sweatband. The accompanying Who The Crown Fits zip-up hoodie features the same clean color-blocking scheme, with white print on a black base. FRONT BACK LEFT RIGHT BOTTOM FRONT BACK
26 Feb '18

RICH RUSH JAPAN-EXCLUSIVE FITSTRIKES

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Available now exclusively at Rich Rush in Japan or online.
RICH RUSH
Our international ʻohana Rich Rush just released another set of Japan-exclusive FITSTRIKES, available right now at their shop (3-9-12-1F, Osu, Naka-Ku Nagoya-Shi, Aichii, Japan 460-0011) or online (for everyone outside Japan) through their international Yahoo! shopping portal.
There are four FITSTRIKES in total, comprised of two Kamehameha snapbacks, one Mua snapback, and one Slaps Wind snapback. Head to the Rich Rush online store now to see more detailed photos and to purchase these Japan-exclusive FITSTRIKES!
05 Oct '15

MEXICATESSEN

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When you are nestled in the belly of the concrete jungle, Honolulu, it's hard to find an authentic Mexicatessen. Right in the hustle and bustle of King Street is a little spot called Zaratez Tacos. There are many imitation Mexicatessens in town but Zaratez is authentic. The scent of green and red salsa being prepared peppers your nose while your tortilla grills right next to you. The red and green salsa's are good enough to make you sweat. Paul Zaratez, the owner, started humbly. Paul says, "I used to sell my burritos out of a cooler to my friends at their work". It's hard to find a comparable carne asada this side of Mexico City, the savory taste of the meat blends and tantalizes your tastebuds making you crave more. Zaratez Tacos has been around for five years now and has been spicing things up at their current address on 1273 S King St for two years. If you plan on coming to this homely little restaurant during the lunch hours be prepared to wait.
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Tacos Zaratez
1273 S King St
Honolulu, HI 96814
Hours:
M/Sat 11:00 am - 4:00 pm
T - Fri 11:00 am - 8:00 pm
PH: (808) 348-0715
e-mail: zaratezmex@gmail.com
Links:
https://www.facebook.com/zaratez
https://instagram.com/tacoszarate/
https://twitter.com/zaratez
15 May '14

HEʻEIA KEA PIER

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Hey next time you're shooting the "circle island" cruise and your old lady's blood sugar is getting low, do yourself a favor and stop by the Heʻeia boat ramp and check out Russ and the gang for some ono grinds. Even better yet, motor up on your boat and tie down at the pier. Keeping the local comfort food tradition alive is the Heʻeia Kea Pier and Deli, serving aloha daily... Well, almost daily; they're closed on Mondays. If you enjoy eating your food bayside while drinking an ice cold adult beverage, then this is a must stop. The menu changes daily based on what the local fishermen drop off to the pier, but their staples include guava chicken, luau stew, loco moco, and fish and eggs. The decor of this eastside landmark is what really makes the place, in my opinion. The walls and tables are decorated with a lifetimes worth of memories of living by the sea. Russ is never one to be satisfied and has plans to expand the current space to include an outdoor lanai area that will over look the sandbar. I can't wait. So now you know.. - RM
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26 Sep '13

ESCAPE FROM URBANIZATION

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Something about the Big Island gets in my blood every time I am there... it's like I can feel the bottoms of my feet getting thicker and my skin getting tanned and salty just on the short flight over alone. Must be some sort of natural reflex getting me ready for the raw lava landscape, endless ocean and the vog filtered rays of the sun. We returned this time to once again celebrate Kristen's birthday as she has come to very much appreciate the rural laziness that is South Kona. As we shared cocktails poolside looking back at our many years together she calmly reminded me that this would be the last year in which I would have a wife in her twenties... lucky me.
I think Mark Twain put it best when he described this part of Hawaii and I quote -"the sleepiest, quietest, Sundayest looking place you can imagine... Ye weary ones that are sick of the labor and care and bewildering turmoil of the great world, go to Kona! A week there ought to cure the saddest of you all." Indeed.
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