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Art Rules2 at KCC One Stop Center

Lori Suganuma with her color pencil drawing, "In Your Face" Photos by Anne E. O’Malley Works of art by more than 100 art students enrolled in fall semester art courses and representing all of the art divisions at Kaua`i Community College filled the first floor of the One Stop Center at Kaua`i Community [...]

By |January 10th, 2013|0 Comments

Kalo Field Day Sat. Aug. 18

Conserving Plant Diversity through Community Stewardship Kalo Field Day Saturday, August 18th 9am-6pm Kaua`i Community College Farm in Puhi You Can Help We are building a network of growers on Kaua`i who share the passion to keep cultural and plant diversity thriving into the 21st century. Many collections in the hands of many planters is [...]

By |August 17th, 2012|0 Comments

I Do! — and I Still Do!

Joshua and Pua Rossi-Fukino. Pono. He says, "I do" every day. Studio, photography by Ralph Nishimoto Q&A with Pua and Joshua Puali`ili`imaikalani Rossi-Fukino and Joshua Fukino met in 2001 and married in March 2009. This is their love story, told in Q&A.   For Kaua`i: What attracted you to each other? PUA:              [...]

By |June 16th, 2012|0 Comments

Bee Friendly

  by Joan Conrow   Folks all over Kaua`i are getting buzzed about bees. They're beginning to realize that honey bees, which pollinate fruits and vegetables, are facing serious environmental threats. “There's an awareness that bees are important for a number of reasons and we can't just sit back and hope they'll recover,” [...]

By |May 23rd, 2012|0 Comments

Gourmet Food, Great Cause

It’s a win-win for KCC Gourmet Gala   The 2012 KCC Spring Gourmet Gala, a food and wine-tasting event, is much heralded in this community and will take place on Friday, April 13 at 6 p.m. in KCC’s fine dining room. According to Chef Mark Oyama, an assistant professor at the Culinary Institute [...]

By |April 10th, 2012|0 Comments