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Galliard String Quartet Closes KCA Season (w/ video)

By Léo Azambuja The Galliard String Quartet and Friends performed before nearly 200 people at the Performing Arts Center at Kaua‘i Community College in Puhi last Sunday. It was the [...]

A Walk in the Park

By Tommy Noyes “A walk in the park” is one way to describe an easy-going, enjoyable experience. The Friends of Kamalani and Lydgate Park urge you to celebrate Earth Day 2014 by volunteering your [...]

KPD Officers Run to Benefit Special Olympics

KPD, along with various city, state and federal agencies participated in the 2014 First Hawaiian Bank Troy Barboza Torch Run benefiting Special Olympics Kaua’i. Sgt. Rod Green led the “Guardians [...]

Blood Moon: Total Lunar Eclipse Provides Stunning Show

By Léo Azambuja Kaua‘i folks were treated to a stunning display of beauty Monday night, during the first total lunar eclipse of the year, when the Moon took on a reddish tone. For most of North and [...]

A Greener County Government

07 April 2014

By Léo Azambuja The county government is moving toward a more sustainable island in many different fronts. Despite some criticism for not having more aggressive recycling efforts, Mayor Bernard [...]

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Ultraman Goes Hawaiian

06 April 2014

By Léo Azambuja After nearly 50 years of fighting nonstop for peace, Ultraman and his family decided to take a vacation — in Hawai‘i. The Hawai‘i Tourism Japan unveiled last month to visitor [...]

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Free Green Careers Certificate Program Launches

05 April 2014

Roots of Kaua‘i, a free Green Careers Certificate program will be launching on this summer, offering young adults, from 18 to 30 years old, a 10-week certificate program focused on environmental [...]

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Hard Water

03 April 2014

By Léo Azambuja The death of a 79-year-old visitor while snorkeling in Po‘ipu last month put a dark stain on Kaua‘i’s clean record for 2014 up until then. The first two-and-a-half months of [...]

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Flying Machines and Other Disasters

02 April 2014

By Léo Azambuja While the world went crazy in March looking for the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, we had our own share of tragedies here on Kaua‘i, losing five lives in four different [...]

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Painting the Town Green

01 April 2014

By Léo Azambuja Even the Garden Isle needs help to become greener. Conscious efforts from community members, nonprofit organizations, businesses and government bodies are laying down a giant puzzle [...]

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KVB Making It Easier for a Staycation of a Lifetime

31 March 2014

Several visitor-oriented businesses and hotels on Kaua‘i offer lower rates for kama‘aina, or locals. But sometimes, island residents forget about this. A Kaua‘i Visitors Bureau program wants to [...]

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Hope for Seabirds on Midway Atoll Rises as USFWS Fights Invasive Plant

30 March 2014

For the first time in years, choking mats of an invasive plant pest are receding from Midway Atoll National Wildlife Refuge, opening critically needed nesting space for rare seabirds like the [...]

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History on the Beach

29 March 2014

By Jan TenBruggencate History is where you find it, and on Kaua‘i, you don’t need a book. There are beaches all around the island that provide windows into life on Kaua‘i in generations past. I [...]

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‘Rise of the Wahine’ Movie Screening, Q&A in Lihu‘e Sunday

28 March 2014

Every generation has underdogs that alter the course of history. In the early 1970s, a group of women from Hawai‘i broke through social restrictions and helped to change sports in America forever. [...]

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