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Brian Berusch
Attended Lewis & Clark College
Lives in Honolulu & N.Y.
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Japanese culture is everywhere in Honolulu. Taste, see, learn.  
The thread of Japanese culture has been woven tightly into the cultural life and heritage of Hawaii (Honolulu, in particular) since the first generation of Japanese immigrants made their way to the island in the 1800s. Today, thanks to the area’s incredible array of restaurants offering authentic an...
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Fun little excerpt from the 2015 World Spirits Competition in San Francisco. Video by Story House. 
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little dining gem for people living in or bound for HNL.
In the mid-19th Century, a wave of immigrants arrived in Hawaii seeking work on the pineapple and sugarcane plantations. They stepped off boats that originated in China, the Philippines and Japan – among other places – and promptly changed the face of Hawaiian food. Injecting their local flavours an...
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Fun start to a new video series we're producing for "Modern Music" at The Modern Honolulu. Check it out if you have 1 min to spare: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nHlt51B1-ww
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yoga in paradise! 
Towering green mountain chains, shimmering blue seas and near perfect weather all-year-round make practising yoga in Hawaii an appealing concept. W...
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Play Polo on Oahu. (Unfair to the entirety of mainland USA that is under the "deep freeze," I know. But catch a flight and come ride the beaches!
When Chris Dawson’s father learned that his son, an avid surfer, had begun to take an interest in the land sport of polo, he immediately called rel...
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If you're gonna train for an Ironman, might as well...
A towering mountain, stretching from azure sea to snow-capped peaks. Red hot, molten lava. Picturesque resorts that span the lava rock fields, peppered with palm trees and tropical flowers. It's no wonder Hawaii is home to one of the most intense, gruelling races known to man - the Kona Ironman. Wit...
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What a pleasure to interview these filmmakers during Gay Pride month, for their touching film. There are more than one "chicken skin moments" here! http://goo.gl/3K7yoM
THE MODERN HONOLULU catches up with documentary filmmaker Dean Hamer, who recently released two of the most inspiring and best transgender films. Mahu Hawaii was the inspiration behind the films.
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In the mid-19th Century, a wave of immigrants arrived in Hawaii seeking work on the pineapple and sugarcane plantations. They stepped off boats that originated in China, the Philippines and Japan – among other places – and promptly changed the face of Hawaiian food. Injecting their local flavours an...
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heading to Bay Area? Best way to see it is on two wheels. 
It’s one thing to have boots on the ground, but rubber on the road is oh so much better. Visitors to San Francisco and Northern California’s greater Bay Area benefit from “off” seasons; opening up possibilities that are less than typical in other U.S. destinations. Meaning, the generally cold and fo...
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new post on Virgin Atlantic's blog about molten, gooey goodness. so... volcanoes. http://goo.gl/ZhpghR
Molten. Lava. These two words alone draw millions of onlookers every year. There are only a handful of places on earth that you can walk right up t...
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Waterfalls on Kauai? A must. 
The Cascading Waterfalls of Mt. Waialeale © Heather Titus for HTA   On a rainy day on Kauai—and thankfully there are lots of rainy days...
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  • Publisher; Producer; Editorial Director; Media & Hospitality Consultant
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