Tooting the Paulo whistle

Paulo, the oldest operating steam locomotive in Hawaii, needs some work, and the Grove Farm Museum hosted the first Sugar Plantation Bash as a fundraiser to help get Paulo back on the tracks.

Perfection in pizza

Pizzetta Italian Kitchen and Bar. That just sounds like a place you would want to visit. And to that, we say, go for it.

The best of chefs, wines and jazz

Hawaii kamaaina and visitors are invited to mingle and savor an evening under the stars at the ninth annual Westin Princeville Jazz and Wine Festival on Saturday, Sept. 22.

Cheolsu senses Jina is in danger

The South Korean media coverage of the 18th Asian Games held in Jakarta and Palembang from Aug. 18 to Sept. 2 has led to the pre-emption of many regularly scheduled programs. Due to the pre-emption by the Korean TV networks, KBFD will have special programming for this week’s 7:45 p.m. dramatime block, Monday to Thursday. “Still 17” and “Your Honor” will return the following week.

Sugar Plantation Bash Saturday is to help get Paulo running

Paulo, the oldest operating steam locomotive in Hawaii, has been hauling school kids for longer than she’s been hauling sugar, said Scott Johnson, the Grove Farm Museum engineer. On Sept. 23, 2017, the main crank pin on the engine’s right side failed, falling to the ground and rendering the locomotive unable to move under its own power.

Pop Warner celebrates 57 years

Kauai Pop Warner Football League President Teddy Arroyo said in some places in Asia, when you give birth, you are already 1 year old. He joked about how long Pop Warner football has been in existence on Kauai, and the growth of the program that focuses on leadership and scholastics in addition to teaching the game of football.