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Get Ready for Hurricane Season

By Ruby Pap Did you know we are in hurricane season? Are you prepared? Now is a good time to get ready, especially since climate experts are predicting an El Niño year. We are currently in an “El [...]

Hawai‘i Wisdom — July

‘Ai a pu‘u ka nuku Eat until the lips protrude. Eat until one can take no more. Source: ‘Olelo No‘eau by Mary Kawena Pukui. Nina Simone Poele O Kapahi, never one to pass a treat, enjoys a dog [...]

Carvalho Joins Statewide Sustainability Commitment (w/ video)

Kaua‘i Mayor Bernard Carvalho Jr. joined Gov. Neil Abercrombie, all other county mayors and Office of Hawaiian Affairs leadership to launch the Aloha+ Challenge: A Culture of Sustainability — He [...]

Swimming for Canoes

By Léo Azambuja An annual open-ocean swim in Hanalei that became nationally famous in 2013 is expected to attract a record number of participants this year. “We expect more than 300 swimmers this [...]

Kaua‘i Chosen Top-3 Island in the World

10 July 2014

By Léo Azambuja Considering there are more than 180,000 islands spread around the globe, being picked as one of the top-three best islands on the planet is no small feat. The Travel + Leisure [...]

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HCT Presents Summer Stars at KCC

09 July 2014

Hawai‘i Children’s Theatre once again returns to the Performing Arts Center at Kaua‘i Community College for performances by the students of the Summer Stars program. This is an opportunity for [...]

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‘Wandering’ Booksigning at The Feral Pig Thursday

08 July 2014

Outdoorswoman and author Melissa Burovac has a bad case of travel bug. And for our luck, this Kaua‘i resident is sharing her experiences with the rest of us. Burovac’s newly published book, [...]

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New Website Shares Data on Kaua‘i’s Climate

07 July 2014

Talking about the weather is no small talk on Kaua‘i. Local residents and returning visitors know well how heavy rains can cause extensive damage. Roads collapse, the ocean turns brown, homes flood [...]

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Ag Tourism, Farmers Market Manual Released by UH

06 July 2014

The University of Hawai‘i recently teamed up with farming experts in the state to come up with a guide to boost agritourism and food sustainability in the state. UH Manoa’s College of Tropical [...]

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Fire Ravages Coco Palms on Fourth of July (w/ video)

05 July 2014

By Léo Azambuja Two dozen firefighters from four fire stations joined efforts for several hours to battle a fire that ravaged through the decaying structures of the iconic Coco Palms Resort on [...]

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Hanalei Rotary Receives International Award for Adopt a Classroom Program

04 July 2014

The Rotary Club of Hanalei Bay was presented Thursday with the Significant Achievement Award — Rotary International’s highest award — for outstanding and significant community service, for [...]

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Sushi Bushido: The Way of the Samurai

03 July 2014

By Anni Caporuscio Let’s be honest. Japanese food, to the uninitiated, is a mysterious event. It’s beautiful, almost heartbreakingly so, and then you chomp it all up but you don’t really know [...]

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Love Kaua‘i, Vote

02 July 2014

By Léo Azambuja How many times have you said, “I love Kaua‘i,” and really meant it? Love is a powerful word, and chances are, if you said it, you meant it. With that said, I think at times most [...]

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The New Faces of Women’s Surfing

01 July 2014

By Léo Azambuja The girls from Kaua‘i’s newest generation of surfers may still be in their teens, but they are destined to leave a mark in surfing’s history, whether they become full-time [...]

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