Car Chase Ends with Man Arrested at Kitchens Beach

A car chase on Election Day ended with an arrest at Kitchens, a popular surf spot behind Wailua Golf Course. At about 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, a small grey-colored pickup truck with an extended cab plowed […]

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Hawai‘i Wisdom

A giant anuenue, or rainbow, is seen here last fall enveloping the Sleeping Giant in Wailua, Kaua‘i’s Eastside. “Kau ka ‘ōnohi ali‘i i luna,” or the royal eyes rest above, is an ancient […]

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The Gift to the Friends of King Kaumualiʻi

By Stu Burley The “Friends of King Kaumualiʻi” was formed in Waimea, Kauaʻi in 2004. The group had ideas about where it wanted to go, but those ideas were never materialized until about a year […]

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Relationship War Games

By Joan Levy It is hard to say “no” when we feel guilty, angry or afraid. So we automatically put up a defensive barrier closing our hearts, keeping our love inside. Our beloved feels uncared for […]

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Locally Grown

By Jan TenBruggencate Our island’s “Kauaʻi Made” program celebrates the value of things uniquely from the Garden Island, but for a view of how far this theme can go, turn to another Pacific […]

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Joel Guy Invites You to His Grass Shack

By Léo Azambuja It all started as a hobby more than 10 years ago. But toying around with video and photography took a life of its own, and today, Joel Guy says he is the busiest guy he knows without […]

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Resolutions and Neighborhoods

By Lois Ann Ell It’s January, the time of year when we make resolutions. Statistically, decisions like losing 10 pounds or journaling every day fail by March. But what if your resolution is not a […]

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Editor’s Note: Running by Numbers

By Pam Woolway A friend who annually runs the Kaua`i half marathon told me she doesn’t like to run. “I like how my body looks and feels from running,” she said. “And I like that when I’ve […]

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Editor’s Note: Aloha Resurrected

 By Pam Woolway Easter Sunday I walked Kapa`a Coastal Path pushing my mom in her wheelchair with three dogs in tow: one hound afraid of the wheels, a terrier fiending after feral chickens and our […]

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Editor’s Note: Homework by Pam Woolway

Word problem: How long does it take to move 125 pounds of 83 year-old, moving at approximately .0018 miles per hour, with an opposing wind speed of 10 knots, across a polished wood surface? If […]

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