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Kona does have plans for other in-person events in the fall, including a music festival, Wang said.
Entering what is an already crowded market segment, the Seltos is based on the same refined platform as the popular Hyundai Kona.
The family vacationed at the 10,000-square-foot Getty compound in Kona, Hawaii, and at the exclusive Malibu Colony.
Coffee trees in Kona are planted principally in the open, though sometimes they are shaded by the native kukui trees.All About Coffee|William H. Ukers
In winter the trades are sometimes replaced by Kona winds coming up from the south with sticky or stormy weather in tow.Oahu Traveler's guide|Bill Gleasner
It is now widely disseminated throughout the group, and in Kona, Hawaii, grows exceptionally well.Fruits of the Hawaiian Islands|Gerrit Parmile Wilder
The Kona district has given the coffee product a name in the markets of the world.The Hawaiian Islands|The Department of Foreign Affairs
“You cannot escape liking the climate,” Cudworth said, in reply to my panegyric on the Kona coast.The House of Pride|Jack London