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Buenaventura Golf Course Is A Local Favorite

Beautiful Golf In Ventura

The 5,826-yard parkland style course features tree-lined fairways and emphasizes course management. It’s a shot maker’s delight aiming towards design features that were prevalent in the 1930s. Stepping onto the course is like stepping back in time.  Buenaventura Golf Course features a putting green, the 19th Bar and Grille and the Wedgewood Wedding and Banquet […]

May 31st, 2012 | Posted in Golf Course of the Week,Local Business Profile | Read More »

How My Six-Year-Old Learned On The Greek Isles About True Ecotourism

Beautiful Greece

By Scott Thornburn, Travel Writer At the end of a beautiful August day spent sailing through the National Marine Park of Alonissos (a Greek island in the Aegean Sea), I glanced over at my six-year-old son, Andreas. He looked blissfully happy after snorkeling, hiking and listening to our naturalist guide tell us about the historical […]

May 31st, 2012 | Posted in Featured/Main article,Travel | Read More »

Bianelli’s Pizza In Kona Is the Best!

Amanda & Kara Enjoying Pizza

Amanda of Oahu and Kara DeMille of Newport Beach, CA enjoy pizza at Bianelli’s Gourmet Pizza in Kona, Hawaii. “This is absolutely the best pizza place in all of the islands, I could eat here every day,” said Kara.   Bianelli’s in Kona is a full-service, family oriented restaurant offering a simple and delicious menu of […]

May 31st, 2012 | Posted in Business,Picture of the Week | Read More »

Assemblyman Mike Gatto’s Green Fuels Bill Passes Assembly; Moves to Senate

Assemblyman Mike Gatto

Sacramento, CA– Assembly Bill 1900, authored by Assemblyman Mike Gatto (D-Los Angeles), a bill which removes barriers to the development of renewable natural gas (RNG) as a fuel in California, passed the Assembly Floor today by a vote of 64-2.  In conjunction with AB 2196 (joint authored by Assemblymen Gatto and Wesley Chesbro), AB 1900 […]

May 31st, 2012 | Posted in Politics Government,Van Nuys News | Read More »

Kona Brewing Company’s Wailua Wheat Is Back!

The Most Delicious Beer In The World

Kailua-Kona, Big Island of Hawaii — Kona Brewing Company once again brings a taste of paradise to craft beer drinkers from Hawaii to the eastern shores of the mainland with Wailua Wheat, available now through September, 2012. Now in its fifth year of production, Wailua Wheat is brewed with real passion fruit puree as the […]

May 29th, 2012 | Posted in Business,News You Can Use | Read More »

To Move The U.S.A Forward, Look To Independents

By Pete Tejada Where does one turn when faced with only one “possible” road to travel, which lead down a destructive path? As many as 40 percent of the American electorate now describe themselves as independent voters rather than Republican or Democratic. As the 2012 Presidential and Congressional elections draw inevitably closer, independents are turning […]

May 28th, 2012 | Posted in Opinions and Editorial | Read More »

Snorkel Trip Of A Lifetime On A Navy Seal Vessel

Navy Seal Boat

Wild Hawaii Ocean Adventures is a company out of Kona, Hawaii that offers snorkel trips that are second to none.  If you want an amazing ocean adventure like no other offered in Hawaii, come see them. Only they can offer you the comfort and speed of the Ocean Warrior–an 11-meter Navy assault vessel designed for […]

May 27th, 2012 | Posted in Health & Lifestyle | Read More »

South Course At Mauni Lani A Must Play

A Classic Hawaii Golf Course

“The South Course at Mauni Lani is a fantastic classic Hawaii golf course.  Playing through lava fields and on lush fluffy grass, every shot is a delight.  I had the privilege of playing the South Course at Mauni Lani a few months back, and was even par after the first three holes,… then I played […]

May 27th, 2012 | Posted in Golf Course of the Week | Read More »

Blue Dragon Restaurant In Kona A Family Experience

Dining Fun at the Blue Dragon Restaurant

What is a Blue Dragon?  (A vision of all of the Earth’s oceans combined as they twist throughout the planet, caressing and connecting the sounds and flavors of all coasts. The place to be to inspire all senses and feed your soul.) The next time you are in Kona, you are more than welcome at […]

May 27th, 2012 | Posted in Health & Lifestyle | Read More »

How My Six-Year-Old Learned On The Greek Isles About True Ecotourism

By Scott Thornburn, Travel Writer At the end of a beautiful August day spent sailing through the National Marine Park of Alonissos (a Greek island in the Aegean Sea), I glanced over at my six-year-old son, Andreas. He looked blissfully happy after snorkeling, hiking and listening to our naturalist guide tell us about the historical […]

May 27th, 2012 | Posted in Featured/Main article,Travel | Read More »

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