Archive for September, 2011

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What’s Up

Friday September 30 MUSIC Kauai Sings Hukilau Lanai, Kapa‘a, Sept. 30, Oct. 1-2, call for time, $25/at the door, $20/advance, $15/student. A fundraiser to benefit Malama Pono and Kauai United Way. Some of the island’s most talented singers will gather to share some of the most popular songs of the 1970’s decade. (246-9577, malama-pono.org) Thursday […]

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Warriors, Raiders Left In The Dark

The old phrase “left in the dark” was never truer than during the Kaua’i High vs. Kapa’a High football game at Vidinha Stadium Sept. 17. With Kapaa leading 7-6 after three quarters, the stadium lights failed to function, and players, coaches and fans were literally left in the dark. As Davaid Simon reports on Page […]

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The Night The Lights Didn’t Shine

You know how sometimes a TV show or sporting event goes beyond its typical ending time and the DVR doesn’t record the final few minutes? That’s sort of what the Sept. 17 Kaua’i-Kapa’a football game felt like as the Vidinha Stadium lights didn’t function properly, leaving players and us spectators in the dark after three […]

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Many Ways To Make A Great Wine

I’m sure you’ve heard the saying, “There is more than one way to skin a cat.” I honestly don’t know where that saying came from. I personally am not fond of cats, but I never wanted to skin one. I’m not sure why anyone would want to. A similar saying is applicable in wine. There […]

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Chop Chop: Let’s Get Cooking

This week we host Justin Tanioka and the crew from Tanioka’s Seafoods and Catering. Alissa Lerner Kimura shares her Italian Chop Chop Salad and Chef Jensen Endo shares a Crispy Spicy Ahi Roll. This show aired originally in November 2009. TANIOKA’S ITALIAN CHOP CHOP SALAD * 2 cups chopped lettuce (varieties such as romaine, butter […]

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Roy Chang

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Young @ Heart

Earlier this month I celebrated my 53rd birthday. That’s right, celebrated! Even though I have reached the age where everyone under the age of 40 considers you over-the-hill, I’m appreciating all that I have. Besides 53 is the new 35, or so I thought. All it took was one day at our MidWeek office for […]

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Cataloging Hawaii’s Melon-heads

They have long been one of the most mysterious creatures in the ocean. But a recently published paper in the journal Marine Mammal Science is shedding new light on the melon-headed whale, and more importantly to us, the presence of two populations of the mammals in Hawaiian waters. Jessica Aschettino is a research associate with […]

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A New Name And Broader Focus

The Hawaii Hotel & Lodging Association’s annual general membership meeting, held recently at Hapuna Beach Prince Hotel on the Big Island, provided substance to match the promising signs of a healthy visitor industry. One of the first orders of business was the renaming of the organization to the Hawaii Lodging & Tourism Association. The change […]

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Personal Training For All

By Jane Riley Certified Personal Fitness Trainer and Nutrition Coach Tell us about your business. The business name is Jane Riley Fitness and Nutrition, and I have been doing what I’m doing for about 30 or so years. No employees, just me, and what I do is succeed with my clients because I work individually […]