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Loko Maika‘i — To Act with Generosity and Kindness

By Virginia Beck The holidays approach us so quickly, as shorter days lead us to our “winter,” with family gatherings and celebrations. Putting quilts on the beds and turning off fans, we snuggle into sweatshirts and put socks over bare toes. We relish the touch of north winds brushing our island home with a breath […]

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Please Allow Me To Introduce Myself

By Larry Feinstein This is my second shot at writing a monthly column and I slammed into a wall sometime between the first and this sophomore effort. Initially, I wrote about the downside of social media. While bringing the world together, it has also created the potential for a kind of detachment. It was pretty […]

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Pink Sunday

By Léo Azambuja The second edition of the annual Pink Sunday was a success, with a wide variety of vendors supporting the YWCA fundraising event. YWCA Board VP Heather Singleton said she got a lot of praise from vendors who were stoked to be a part of an event exclusively for women. Besides dozens of […]

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Kamehameha Would Go

By Jan TenBruggencate Some folks write about tow-in surfing as if it’s a new thing. Tow-in surfing is the concept of using another vehicle—often a small speedboat or personal watercraft—to deliver a surfer to a fast-moving wave. But of course, it is far from new. Just as early Hawaiians invented surfing, they also invented the […]

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4 Tips for Rocking Everlasting Energy

By Samantha Fox Olson This past October, I went to an amazing and life-empowering seminar with more than 6,000 people attending from 70 different countries. The vibes were sky high and the content was life changing! During this four-day seminar I can’t tell you how many people told me they loved my energy. Some said […]

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Local Snapshots

A good snapshot may reveal a simple pleasure that otherwise goes unnoticed. The Local Snapshots is just a tiny collection of what Kaua‘i offers to locals and visitors. Indulge yourself. And if you have any suggestions or pictures, send it to editor@forkauaionline.com.

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Navy Relocates 44 Albatross Eggs from Kaua‘i to O‘ahu

A U.S. Navy C-26 took off from Kaua‘i Wednesday on a scheduled weekly mission to O‘ahu carrying some unusual space-available cargo — 44 Laysan albatross eggs destined for relocation to the James Campbell National Wildlife Refuge. The Navy in partnership with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and Pacific Rim Conservation are attempting to establish […]

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Planned Kaua‘i Philippine Cultural Center Receives $25K from KFCC

The planned Kaua‘i Philippine Cultural Center received a $25,000 donation from the Kaua‘i Filipino Cultural Center on Monday. The funds will go toward construction of a cultural center adjacent to the YMCA in Puhi. When finished, the project will occupy 3.49 acres and will include two buildings — one for the administration, measuring 12,725 square […]

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KCC Digital Photography Student Art Exhibit in Waimea

Some pictures are worth more than a thousand words — they’re priceless. For those who appreciate photography, and for everyone else too, this is good time to check out what Kaua‘i’s aspiring photographers are capturing through their lenses. Kaua’i Community College students in both the introductory and intermediate levels of Digital Photography courses are exhibiting […]

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‘The Biggest Loser’ Lands on Kaua‘i — Show Airs Thursday on NBC

For the remaining six contestants of NBC’s “The Biggest Loser: Glory Days,” an invigorating journey to Kaua‘i will help them achieve to their goals and inspire them to fulfill their New Year’s resolutions. “Kaua‘i was the perfect place for us to film because it provided adventure as well as beauty. Those are two things that […]

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