Archive for March, 2011

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What’s Up

Thursday March 31 CLASSES Social Media Course Kauai Community College, 3-1901 Kaumualii Hwy., Lihue, OCET Building, Room 104A, 1-4 p.m., $80. The sessions are targeted at those who are wondering about how to leverage the benefits of social media for their business. While many have heard of Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter, they’re not quite sure […]

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Kicking Up The Talent Level

As if anyone needed more proof about the high quality of soccer on Kaua’i, consider this: More than 500 boys and girls, ranging from age 7 through 18, playing on 36 teams in six age divisions, are participating in the “select” Kauai Soccer Association spring season. Select meaning that the league is not open-registration, such […]

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Kaua‘i Loses Another Surf Legend

Humble. Friends and family say that’s the best word to describe Sion Milosky. The Kalaheo native, who drowned March 16 at famed California surf spot Maverick’s, always had his head in the right place. Asked in a Surfing Magazine article last November if he considered himself a professional surfer, the 35-year-old replied, “No, but I […]

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An Incomplete ‘Fab Five’ Film

At its best, ESPN’s documentary on Michigan’s Fab Five reminds viewers of the most talented starting unit in NCAA history and the unquestioned excitement it brought to college basketball. At its worst, it fails to connect the dots in a series of events that turned an underdog national champion into a rogue program where boosters […]

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Tsunami Could Have Been Worse

It was nearly 13 months ago when I sat on my living room floor reflecting on a tsunami scare after an 8.8 magnitude earthquake struck Chile. At the time it was one of the most powerful quakes in recorded history. We braced for the worst and waited with high anxiety, knowing a similar earthquake in […]

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Proposed ‘Sin Tax’ Will Hurt Our Economy

If you don’t already know, there is a bill on the move in the state Legislature to increase the taxes on all alcoholic beverages. this is one of the proposed increases in “sin taxes” that our elected officials are proposing in order to make up for the government’s annual budget shortfall. they had even proposed […]

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Making Asahi Grill Favorites At Home

This week Grant murata of asahi Grill visits the show to prepare some of his favorite dishes, though not their secret oxtail soup recipe. This show aired originally in april 2008. ASAHI GRILL SPICY AHI DON * 4 ounces ahi, chopped into small cubes * 8 slices avocado * 3 slices cucumber * 2 pieces […]

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Kimo’s Vegas

Welcome to Kimo’s Vegas … the Player’s edge! DID YOU KNOW that the only city to offer wedding packages in a McDonald’s is Hong Kong? there’s no booze and the cake is made from stacked apple pies … Betcha a buck a mac’s in Las Vegas makes it the second city to offer this service. […]

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Dick Adair

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Roy Chang