Tiny Bubbles singer Don Ho died of heart failure on Saturday in Waikiki.
Sgt. 1st Class Robert Frazier of Hollywood, Florida operates the “Bandit Tiki Bar” at Camp Ramadi in Iraq. The little hut on the hill is decorated with seashells, leis, balloons shaped like fish, and string of little red lights outside that spell “Tiki Bar.”
Since no liquor is allowed in the country, the bar serves non-alcoholic [...]
For some reason the RSS feed put out by Tiki Talk has gone nuts and isn’t displaying the most recent posts as it should. I’m looking into the problem and will try to get it resolved as soon as possible.
As a graphic designer I’m always interested in where ideas for design come from. I like to think that a good designer understands their client’s dilemma and combines disparate ideas from the warehouse of visual images sucked up and stored in their brain over the course of their life to create a unique solution that [...]
[ October 13, 2006; 8:00 am; ] Nicknamed by a local Southern California surf band for his onstage and on-bar antics, Crazy AL has been carving tiki imagery since 1990. His “Polynesian Pop”-inspired sculpture can be found from Hawaii to New York, and he’s one of the most sought after carvers in the biz. Known for his authentic and imaginative style, Crazy [...]
Yesterday was a painful return to civilization after a fantastic weekend in Ft. Lauderdale at Hukilau 2006. The organizers really outdid themselves this time, with four days of well-planned out and executed activities. Kelly and I only got to go for Saturday and Sunday, but we had an excellent time. Here’s some of the highlights [...]
Plans to redevelop the Holiday Inn Oceanfront in Hilton Head, NC, into condos call for the demolition of the resort’s tiki hut, which has been serving drinks since 1977. Local residents are banding together to save the Coligny Beach landmark with an online petition and awareness events.
Although the only “tiki” at the location is the [...]