On Twitter, fans thanked him for childhood memories and for bringing families together.
Miss Hawaii Emma Wo made the top 10.
In the list to be published in an upcoming issue of Travel + Leisure, Maui is ranked seventh in the world.
Microsoft unveiled Edge back in April and said it would have an “e” icon.
She’ll perform Thursday, Friday and Sunday at the Blaisdell Arena.
Organizers say proceeds will help save Mauna Kea and other sacred lands.
Van Patten’s greatest TV success was “Eight is Enough,” the ABC comedy-drama that aired from 1977-1981.
Titled “No Sleeep” (with an extra “e”), Jackson tweeted the song “I dedicate this to My Love.”
The comedy is written by Tony-winning playwright Terrence McNally and will benefit the Hawaii Theatre.
The box-office smash, partly filmed on Kauai and Oahu, surpassed “Avengers” as top U.S. opening movie of all time.
Stamos, 51, was taken to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center because of a possible medical condition.
Virgil Runnels, known by fans as Dusty Rhodes, went by the nickname “The American Dream.”
From now through August, you can take part in this island tradition.
Stone’s character, Captain Allison Ng, is a quarter Hawaiian, and she has a half-Chinese father
Jenner’s transition seems to have suddenly had a positive impact on the transgender movement.
Her husband and comic partner Jerry Stiller and son Ben Stiller say Meara died Saturday.
The Nobel Prize-winning mathematician’s life was dramatized in “A Beautiful Mind,” which won four Oscars.
A number of the new words are straight from the mouths of the cool kids.
Monday is Military Appreciation Day, which means free admission for military personnel and their dependents.
The account name stands for the common acronym used for President of the United States.
The Georgia Aquarium released the video on Friday.
The blues is a lifetime gig and King kept at it even as his health declined, playing more than 100 shows a year well into his 80s.
The new technology enables physical stores to collect much of the same data as online retailers.
The network announced Monday that the show will go off the air after its 15th and final season next spring.
It’s the first new ride at Wet ‘n’ Wild Hawaii in six years.
This kid has millions swooning. 5-million at last count.
Need another reason to love Ryan Gosling?