COMEDY in HAWAII

COMEDY in HAWAII

Today we dive into COMEDY IN HAWAII with JAMES MANE!

James is the owner of MarsComedy.com and host of the Guys With Issues Comedy Podcast based in Hawaii and one of the recurring characters in the hit Adult Swim series Decker.  He was born to Samoan parents in Pago Pago, American Samoa. Grew up with Asians in Aiea, Hawaii. Lived in Buffalo, New York and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. James says nine times out of eight, he has no clue who he is or where the hell he’s going…So, If you see him, stop him and tell him.  

We also cover how James got started and where he’s going in the Comedy World…We’ll also cover News and your many questions and comments on this Podcast.

PRICE OF PARADISE

PRICE OF PARADISE

Today we enter the new STUDIO…the sound should be AMAZING for this podcast and upgrades are down the pipe from this point on…VERY EXCITING!

Today we’ll be talking story as we do from time to time as well as be covering comments and questions and some personal recent issues here in Hawaii. The second half of the podcast we dive into the Price of Paradise and the changing landscape of OAHU itself and making an attempt to afford to live here for locals and those thinking of coming here. We have battled with this for a while, but from what we see we just can’t recommend Oahu for you and your family anymore…it’s lost a lot of it’s Aloha and charm over the last 20-40 years and the overdevelopment and Corporations with the help of the State and it’s politics is the root of this evil…Locals can no longer afford to live on an island their ohana had been born on…it’s a sad day here on Oahu, but we need to be honest with our viewers and tell them not to make the same mistake MANY today are making…the islands at this time are a much better option if you desire to stay here in Hawaii or wish to move to Hawaii.

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OAHU’s TOP 10 RESTAURANTS

OAHUS TOP 10

There are some AMAZING things about Hawai’i Nei and one of those Amazing things are it’s FOOD! So what makes food in Hawaii so Amazing?….FUSION, that’s what…The great thing about Hawaii is the Fusion of Food from all over the World brought together in one condensed place. Here in Hawaii our Fusion Food consists of a Mix of HAWAIIANEUROPEANAMERICAN, PORTUGUESE and ASIAN consisting of foods from: China, Korea, Japan, Thailand and the Philippines. 

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People don’t always remember where some of the food we love to eat today in Hawaii came from…The Chinese brought the MANAPUASTIR FRYSWEET & SOURDIM SUM,  the Portuguese brought SWEET BREAD and MALASADAS, the Japanese brought the BENTO, MOCHI, SHAVE ICE and SUSHI, the Koreans brought KIMCHI and KOREAN BBQ…The list goes on and on.

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With these PLANTATION FUSION FOODS came the local PLATE LUNCH, the SPAM MUSUBI and items like the LOCO MOCO.

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So with all this AMAZING FOOD and an a MILLION other plates we’re going to discuss the best LOCAL RESTAURANTS to Taste and enjoy the HAWAIIAN FUSION CUISINE here in Paradise…one of the many reasons why we are so Lucky to Live HAWAII!

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WAYDE and BRUCE’S OAHU TOP 10 BEST OF & FAVORITE RESTAURANTS 

ROY’S (Asian Fusion)

LILIHA BAKERY (Original Breakfast Dinner, Kalihi)

DUKE’S WAIKIKI (Classic Hawaiian/American)

DORAKU (Sushi)

LA MER (French Cuisine)

MICHEL’S at the COLONY SURF (French Cuisine)

SIAM GARDEN CAFE (Thai Cuisine)

FIJI MARKET: (Indian Curry Cuisine)

DAT CAJUN GUY: (Cajun Cuisine, Food Truck)

HOUSE WITHOUT A KEY: (Asian & Hawaiian)

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WAYDE and BRUCE’S TOP 10 BEST OF:

* Best Tiki bar: LA MARIANA SAILING CLUB

*Best Hawaiian Shave Ice: ALOHA GENERAL STORE

*Best Coconut Pie: TED’S BAKERY

*Best Malasada:  LEONARD’S BAKERY

*Best Acai Bowl: DIAMOND HEAD COVE HEALTH BAR (The Mana Bowl)

*Best Cupcakes: SUGARLINA

*Best Mexican: SERG’S MEXICAN KITCHEN (Waimanalo)

*Best Lunch Truck: DAT CAJUN GUY

*Best Plate Lunch: RAINBOW DRIVE-IN

Traditional Hawaiian: HIGHWAY INN (Original, Waipahu)