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Early March 2012
| Mainland Hawaiian Events
|| AlohaWorld Update
Upcoming Mainland Events
We have recently upgraded our Mainland Events site with a new layout and features.
- Event organizers will still be able to submit and manage their own events listings as before. Please click on Manage Events to review the FAQ which will answer most all of the questions you may have regarding submitting and managing events.
- The main list will contain more preview information about the event to help you decide if you are interesting in viewing the full event information.
- There is a new search function that will allow you to finetune and event you may be looking for.
- You will notice an orange RSS newsfeed icon that you can use with a newsreader to help you get updates on new events submissions.
We hope this upgrade will enhance the Mainland Hawaiian Events Calendar.
If you have any questions about the new system, please use the Contact Us link on the events pages.
As before, this is a FREE service of AlohaWorld.com
We welcome everyone to make use of this valuable Aloha resource.
AlohaWorld.com Mainland Hawaiian Events
| Kama`aina Careers
|| AlohaWorld Sponsor
Employers want you back in Hawaii
Register with Kama`aina Careers
Kama`aina Careers is a recruiting firm that works with employers in Hawaii who are seeking Kama`aina who are currently living on the mainland. They want you back home. There is no fee to Job Seekers for our services.
Kama`aina Careers is currently seeking Kama`aina (and others with ties to Hawaii) for the following positions:
- Nurse Practitioner, Family Medicine
- Software Engineer (entry level and experienced)
- Operations Manager
- Data Analyst with SQL Experience
- Data Wharehouse Developer
- ADF Developer
- Program Director
- Director, Cyber Security
- Computer Security Systems Analyst
- Sr. Network Engineer
- Software Developer
- IT Summer Internship for college students
Other positions are available and positions are added on a regular basis.
To register go to www.kamaaina-careers.com.
Turn in your friends and family!
If you are not looking for a job in Hawaii but know of others who are, refer them to Kama`aina Careers and have them list you as the source of the referral. We pay a referral fee for candidates that are hired through our service.
Bringing Hawaii’s Talent Home
| Rutts Hawaiian Cafe
Come and join us at Rutt's Hawaiian Cafe and Catering.
We have been around since 1976 spreading the joy of local Hawaiian cuisine at prices that is hard to beat.
We cater from small family gatherings from as little as 4 guests and up to larger parties of 1000 guests. Our services include catering for pick up or catering with delivery service. We can also serve your guests buffet style with our experienced staff.
We offer a range of catering combo specials from your small family deals that serve 4 & 6 guests. Our larger catering combos start from 12 guests and up to 72 guests. Our prices for caterings are as low as $4.19 per person. Let us know your budget; we will do our best to fit a menu that suits your needs.
We feature all the local Hawaiian dishes like: Saimin Soup, Loco Moco, Lau Lau, Spam Musubi, Beef Stew, Portuguese Sausage Breakfast, Hamburger Steak, Hawaiian BBQ Chicken, Kalua Pork, Portuguese Fried Rice, Chicken Katsu, Teriyaki Beef, etc... Just too much to list.
We are well known for our Royales. Our Hawaiian Royale is made with Portuguese Sausage, Char Sui, Scrambled Eggs, and Bean Sprouts & Green Onions over Steamed Rice. Then you season it with a little of our Homemade Teriyaki Sauce. So Ono!
Los Angeles Times Magazine, January 30, 2005, describes Rutt’s Hawaiian Café’s food as “Portions are huge. Meals are cheap.” In keeping with the Hawaiian Culture, making sure our guests get plenty of food is a tradition, we make this a truism at both of our restaurants.
Check out our website @ www.ruttscafe.com, our pages @ www.Facebook.com & www.myspace.com We feature Special Priced Catering Combos that are economical. Our prices are so competitive that Event Planners use us to cater their events; they are still able to make a good profit.
We are used frequently by groups like: Halaus, schools, athletic club, scholastic organizations, etc... For fundraisers and can help your organization make profits that you will be very pleased with.
We have two locations to serve you:
12114 Washington Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90066
Ph: 310 398 6326
For catering for Los Angeles can email
Your requests to email@example.com
MaMahalo Nui Loa!
|Hula Association of the Midwest
HULA ASSOCIATION OF THE MIDWEST
Aloha from your distant cousins of the Midwest!
Winter has come to an end and spring is in the air. With the change of a season, we have some exciting news to share.... Tahitian Island Days May 11 to 13
This is the first hosting of Chicago's first Tahitian seminar with special guest, Fili Aulava and Moeata.
Come join us for Tahitian dance classes, Toere drum classes and Saturday night Hoike-- Hoike is FREE--special for Mother's Day. So bring all Mom's and Tutu's.
MOEATA TEHANl born to parents Patrick Sylva, lead singer for the musical group, 'The Surfers' and Roiti Tahauri, Master of Tahitian language, dance and culture, Moeata has been surrounded by Polynesian entertainment and culture all of her life. Her kumuhulas are the renown Maiki Aiu and John Lake. Moeata performed with various groups in Hawaii and the mainland as well. Currently, she has made Orlando, Florida her home after dancing for the "Drums of Tahiti" at SeaWorld.
Her mom, Roiti, already an accomplished dancer, performed at Queens Surf in Waikiki with famous and successful dancers under the direction of producers such as Tavana and Teriirua. She went on to dance at Don the Beachcomber, which later became Duke Kahanamoku's. "Orornetua" (teacher), Roiti Tahauri Sylva has taught Tahitian Language at the University of Hawaii with Professor Jack Ward. Today she remains one of the great Masters of Tahitian Dance, Language and Culture. She travels all over the USA as well as Mexico to teach and share her Tahitian culture. GUESS WHAT! Roiti, will at our event on Sunday to coach a Q & A, on subjects that are Tahitian in nature: language, dance, etc.
For more information, schedule, pricing, and full details, log on to HulaMidwest.com
|Mainland Hawaiian Directory
The Mainland Hawaiian Directory is an extensive online directory of Mainland Hawaiian, Polynesian and Asian-Pacific clubs, associations, businesses, restaurants, entertainers, hula and Polynesian dance groups and more.
We welcome new directory submissions which are always free! Checkout the Directory FAQ for more information on how to use this resource/
| Kamaka Brown
AlohaWorld's roving ambassador, Kamaka Brown, offers his original Hawaiian Pidgin English stories about growing up in the islands on CD and DVD.
"Tales from the Hanabuddah Days" is a nostalgic trip to Hawai'i of the '60's with soothing classical slack-key guitar renderings in the background. "If Can Can. If No Can. No Can" is an "in concert" DVD of Kamaka's performance with a set list of different stories from the CD. Both are great additions to your own entertainment library at home or a gift to a Hawaiian or a Hawaiian at heart.
Find Kamaka's CD, DVD, and "Aloha Happens" merchandise at www.kamakabrown.com
Kamaka has recently taken to the "air waves" with his new internet radio station, The Sandwich Islands Network, that can be found at www.V93FM.com featuring a great variety of traditional and contemporary island music with jazz, pop and comedy in the mix. Visit the website for program details.
Kamaka sez: "See you on da radio!"
ALOHA HAPPENS !
If you have a local style island recipe to share, make sure you drop it off at the AlohaWorld's Ono Recipe site!
Recent Recipe Reviews
- Broke Da Mout' Chicken Adobo
Review By: amy
I think the proportions are a little off, I made this and the vinegar was WAY overpowering, and there was tons of liquid in the pot for only 3 lbs of chicken.... Maybe the recipe was for 13 lbs.? Anyway, the chicken did fall off the bone, but somehow needs less shoyu and definitely less vinegar..
- Korean Style Potatoes
Review By: kingsharkey808
Tastes pretty darn good either in the sauce warm or with mayonnaise when cooled. Not sure if it is like Peppa's or Yummy's but, in a pinch, will make a nice side dish with some pul ko ge sandwich with some kim chee (like Onjin's). Yummm.....
We invite you to submit RECIPE REVIEWS for those recipes you have tried and love. It is a great way to share aloha with the "virtual" AlohaWorld ohana. Simply find your favorite recipes and click on the Review This Recipe link.