Category: Lifestyle

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An Eye-opening Staycation

We recently had the opportunity to enjoy a couple of mini vacations here at home, something we rarely do. But our son was going back for his junior year at university, and we wanted to treat him to something special. A couple of nights in a Waikiki resort made for a perfect getaway — all […]

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Do Pick Up That Doggie Doo-doo

My son Jake was 4 on the day I whispered to him, “The bathroom is really dirty, just go pee in the water.” I watched as he ran to the ocean, turned around and raced back to me. You wouldn’t guess how many times he ran back and forth before he “did the deed.” Am […]

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You Are Magnificent

You are a magnificent human being. You make up a vital part of this amazing world that we live in, and your presence on this planet makes a difference to so many. Know that you are loved, appreciated and cared for. If you need proof, reach out with words of love and appreciation for others […]

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A Marathon Of Divine Inspiration

Wake up at 4 a.m. to get ready and drive all the way to Poipu to watch no one I know run a grueling marathon? It’s tiring just thinking about it. So why go? Maybe I am looking for inspiration. I pull into the Tree Tunnel off the main highway. It is still dark except […]

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eye on kauai

Daniel Lane has an eye for the unique, the beautiful, the cute and even the quirky side of life on the Garden Isle. This is just a small sampling of his photographic work.

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Who is your favorite musician?

Ginger Kaneakua Volunteer, Kapaa “My son Ricky Kimi. He’s an amazing singer and song-writer.”             Peter Taylor Civil Engineer, Princeville “Eddie Vedder of Pearl Jam. He can still sing great after all these years.”             Molly Starshine Customer Service, Kapaa “Connor Oberst, for sure.”   […]

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All Washed Up

Man, I had a pretty busy weekend the other week. And by busy, I mean I was inundated with chores that had to do with washing stuff. Not talking about washing clothes, as my wife really doesn’t like me messing with the laundry. I get out of that because the few times when I have […]

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Giant Memories Of A Big Brother

It was supposed to be a hike for my nephew, who just graduated from high school and was about to go off to college in a couple of weeks. The Sleeping Giant trail is typically nice and easy, leading up to a spectacular panoramic view of Kauai’s eastern coast, where my nephew was born and […]

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Kauai High Celebrates Centennial

Wallowing in nostalgia, reminiscing, remembering the good ol’ days and looking back at growing pains at Kauai High School are what alumni are doing this month leading up to their school’s centennial celebration. Physical education swim classes at Kauai High in the 1930s meant walking down the hill from the school to Kalapaki Beach on […]

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eye on kauai

Daniel Lane has an eye for the unique, the beautiful, the cute and even the quirky side of life on the Garden Isle. This is just a small sampling of his photographic work.