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By Larry Feinstein Prairie Creek Redwoods, Orrick, Calif. I am not sure when I would have started writing again if there wasn’t a deadline for publication. It has always been important for me to do a good job, everything from getting my homework in on time to having well documented presentations when I [...]

By |November 25th, 2015|0 Comments

Are You in the Right Fitness Program?

By Samantha Fox Olson Do you ever wonder if you are in the right fitness or wellness program for you? I mean really, there are countless of disciplines, classes, coaches, programs and protocols to follow out there. So much that it can actually make your head spin. But it can be broken down very simply. [...]

By |November 24th, 2015|0 Comments

A Simple Act

By Anne Cyr Na Pali Coast. Photo by Anne Cyr We had seen the famous Na Pali Coast on Kaua‘i from the sea and from the air, but it was finally time to walk upon the land. Conrad and I were nearing the end of our stay on the island, and one activity [...]

By |November 23rd, 2015|0 Comments

Crush Boutique — Love at First Sight

By Léo Azambuja Crush Boutique — love at first sight You’ll love Crush at first sight, or at least you’ll have a crush on it. This tiny little boutique in Waipouli represents everything positive about Kaua‘i, its people and doing business here. Opened four years ago by a mother-daughter team, only a couple [...]

By |November 22nd, 2015|0 Comments

Women Artists of Kaua’i — 7th Annual Holiday Fine Art Festival

Ha‘ena Tide, by Patrice Pendarvis Art, live music and food are on the menu at a family event this month in Hanapepe. On Nov. 28 the group Women Artists of Kaua‘i will be hosting the 7th Annual Holiday Fine Art Festival at Hanapepe United Church of Christ, next to Hanapepe Library, from 10 [...]

By |November 21st, 2015|0 Comments

El Niño’s Gifts to Kaua‘i: Hurricanes, Giant Surf

By Ruby Pap Kaua‘i’s Evan Valiere is seen here riding a large wave at Himalayas, O‘ahu. Photo by Kanoa Zimmerman Whoa, this certainly has been a nail-biting few months climate-wise, hasn’t it? With Hurricane Olaf (hopefully) veering to the northeast of us (at least at press time), that’s a record breaking 15 named [...]

By |November 20th, 2015|0 Comments

Eo e Emalani i Alaka‘i

By Léo Azambuja 14- Kaluahi, played by Harrom Hookano Kaili, and Queen Emma, played by Nalani Ka‘auwai Brun Koke‘e State Park once again became the stage for the reenactment of Queen Emma’s voyage from Lawa‘i Valley to the Kilohana Lookout in January 1871. Nalani Ka‘auwai Brun embodied Queen Emma at the 27th Annual [...]

By |November 19th, 2015|0 Comments

Fashion Changes — But Not Really

By Barbara Bennett, owner and publisher of For Kaua‘i One thing I learned in my professional education at Chamberlain School of Retailing, Boston, Mass., fashion is adapted today from the past. Our class in Fashion History remains very clear in my mind as we were carried through the periods in fashion from Egyptian history, 18th [...]

By |November 18th, 2015|0 Comments

Painting the Town Pink, Once Again — 3rd Annual Pink Sunday Nov. 22

Staff and volunteers at YWCA who put together last year's Pink Sunday. Following the success of the first two editions of Pink Sunday, the YWCA once again is hosting this woman-empowering event less than a week before Black Friday. As in its first couple years, the third edition of Pink Sunday YWCA Women’s [...]

By |November 17th, 2015|0 Comments

9th Island Sports Bar and Grill

By Anni Caporuscio Bartender LeChelle Hendershott Sports fans, you can find your people at 9th Island Bar and Grill, blessed with air conditioned and energetic entertaining! On a football night, it was packed with shouting, cheering and breathlessly hopeful fans, most dressed in team jerseys, bluish and reddish. And the décor is festive [...]

By |November 16th, 2015|0 Comments