Archive for July, 2010

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What’s Up

Wednesday July 28 CLASSES Dance Classes Kaua‘i Dance Center, studio locations in Lihue, Kapaa and Princeville, register now-Aug. 30 for new dance season starting Aug. 1-May 2011, call for pricing. Sign up for classes for all ages and abilities in classical ballet, hip hop, modern or flamenco dance. (823-9588) Kaua‘i Dance Theatre Registration Kaua‘i Dance […]

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800 People, 38 Miles Of Paddling

It’s billed as Kaua’i’s most famous outrigger canoe race and it’s about to take off yet again for the 13th time Aug. 14. Led by the Garden Island Canoe Racing Association, the Na Pali Challenge spans 38 miles from Hanalei to Kekaha. It’s a race that involves six-man and six-woman crews alternating in the boat, […]

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Going Organic And Eating Healthy

This week on Sam Choy’s Kitchen, Sam goes organic and teams up with Kaiser Nanaikeola Clinic and Ma’o Farms to bring you healthy eating alternatives with a Chicken Breast Salad with Lemon Lime Vinaigrette and a Ma’o Vegetable Stir Fry. Ma’o Vegetable Stir Fry Daikon, chopped Kale, chopped Eggplant, chopped Garlic to taste Chicken broth […]

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Kimo’s Vegas

Welcome to Kimo’s Vegas… The Players Edge! Pamela Anderson participated in the latest celebrity trend and picked up a paycheck for celebrating her birthday in a Vegas night club. It’s a win-win – the club gets a name to draw attention to it and the celebrity gets paid to do what celebrities do. Her 43rd […]

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To Spay Or Not To Spay Your Pup?

The topic of when to spay a female dog comes up almost daily in our office. The American Veterinary Medical Association approves the procedure as early as eight weeks of age, and at many shelters this is a common practice to help with pet over-population. But is it in the best interest of a dog […]

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A Breath Of Fresh Air

It seems the older I get, the more I want to eat things that I enjoyed as a kid. At the movies I want to eat Snowcaps or Milk Duds. Or I find myself going more and more to the crack seed store where I can get lemon peel or rock salt plum from a […]

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An Easier Way To Make Android Apps

With so many apps available out there for smart-phones, you’d think it would be easy to make one for yourself. Typically you need some sort of programming experience, but Google just came out with the App Inventor for Android, a new tool that lets you (programmer or not) create your own app and be the […]

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Mortgage Horror Stories Hit Home

You’ve read the stories. Thousands of Americans walking away from their mortgaged homes. Nine percent of all loans at least 90 days overdue. Why? Because 10 million have “underwater” homes – now worth less than what they owe their lenders. So what happened to the federal program called Making Homes Affordable that made it risk […]

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Dick Adair

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Lessons For Keiki In Sustainability

A volunteer horticulturalist helps a school create a ‘living classroom’ Since 2002, the Kanuikapono Charter School in Anahola has pursued multi-disciplinary modes of learning, with emphasis on Hawaiian cultural studies. The recent planting and propagation program, for which Kawika Viets volunteered his expertise, fits perfectly with the school’s mission. “I have been incredibly enriched by […]