By Caroline Farley
Once a vibrant source of food and a tribute to the natural beauty and culture of the island, the Hule‘ia Watershed has been depleted of its resources and native vegetation due to a […]
By Barbara Bennett, Publisher
I answered my phone, and the young voice on other side of the line was from a University of Georgia student. Caroline Farley had inquired through an email about a summer internship […]
By Léo Azambuja
I’m well aware of the power of bad service. The math is as simple as it is unfair: A good experience yields three comments, while a bad experience is spread to seven people.
For more than 15 years, a group of about 35 people has been working diligently to bring back a massive socio-cultural and historical site on Kaua‘i’s South Shore that was once one of […]
If you want to extend the Fourth of July fun an extra day, join the 14th Annual Hanalei Beach cleanup Sunday, July 5, from 7 to 9 a.m. at Hanalei Pavilion Beach Park, sponsored by the […]
The state Board of Land and Natural Resources approved a rule last week to make it illegal to take any species of sea cucumber from Hawai‘i State waters for the next 120 days.
This is in […]
By Jan TenBruggencate
A lot of folks think of fossils in terms of dinosaurs — things a couple of hundred million years old.
A place like Kaua‘i, which emerged from the ocean just five million years ago, […]
Stories and photos by Chandley G. Jackson
At the Aloha-N-Paradise Art Gallery, satisfied customers thank Kelsey at the espresso bar for “the best coffee in town.” Kelsey indeed brews up some magic. “I had my first […]