Jeong Eum caves in; Yoon Jin explodes

When South Koreans talk about golf, you normally hear about the success of many LPGA Korean players. It’s been awhile hearing a Korean name in the PGA winner’s circle since the days of KJ Choi, James Hahn and Si Woo Kim, to name a few.

Kauai’s first gastropub opens in Kapaa

Scotch eggs, pub steak and a smattering of beer-battered bites line the menu at one of Kauai’s newest restaurants, and the island’s first gastropub. Avalon Gastropub in Kapaa also boasts burgers and fried brussel sprouts, fried mac ‘n’ cheese and a quinoa salad with roasted Okinawan sweet potato, piquillo peppers, red onion, kale and roasted butternut squash.

Paniolo open Koloa Plantation Days festivities

Fashion influencers are a more recent addition to today’s lifestyle, and Joelle Souza of Omao is one of them. Married to Sheldon Souza, a bull rider on the rodeo circuit, Joelle and her daughters, Savannah and Montana, recently moved back to Omao from the Mainland, where she earned her “fashion influencer” title for posting blogs about Western wear.

Children’s theater brings enchantment to Kauai

For weeks, a group of children has been working diligently to bring a little magic to Kauai. “I’m so excited to play the lead this year. It’s one of my first leads that I’ve been,” said Rayna Shafter, 13, who is playing the title role of Belle in Hawaii Children’s Theatre’s production of “Beauty and the Beast Jr.”

HCT announces its 2018 season

Hawaii Children’s Theatre announced the events scheduled for 2018, beginning with their acclaimed performing arts education program Summer Stars.

Some get their spiritual guidance from tarot cards

Aloha readers! There are so many ways that people look for spiritual guidance. Some people get their guidance through meditation, some through listening quietly after praying, some look in their religion’s sacred text, and some find other means. Here’s another: ever heard of tarot cards?

First Saturday shopping

Liberta Albao maintained a voter-registration station for the primary election during the First Saturday function presented by the Kapaa Business Association.

‘Crimes’ cries for crowds

No matter where life takes individual family members, family ties can remain strong despite a dysfunctional environment, says Director Nell Foster in describing Women in Theatre’s upcoming production of the play “Crimes of the Heart.”