LIHUE — Women in Theatre are acting up again, currently performing the comedic play “Greater Tuna” at its new location in Lihue. The performance is WIT’s End Theatre’s first production of the year and second since the group found its new home at Kukui Grove Center in October 2017.
Plants could be the key to food security in America, according to a new study, and vegans on Kauai say the Garden Island is the perfect place to try out plant-based fare.
Aloha readers! Another nice surprise this week! Just when you thought you knew everything about Mark Twain! Author Bettye Oliger Fox presents us with a fascinating, easy-to-read biography of this unforgettable figure of American history’s time in 1800s Hawaii, “The Privilege of Man is to Dream: Mark Twain’s Visit to Hawaii.”
Liz Hahn is passionate about breeding better bettas. “Fish are another way to help people to become more human,” the Waimea woman said. “To see all living creatures as part of the same world we live in. Not as an object or a color, something to decorate their house with, but something that can be a part of their family.”
Occasionally, we like to remind you of books that are still just as important today as when they were first released. Author Dale Carnegie, born in poverty, became an American writer and lecturer and the developer of famous courses in self-improvement, salesmanship, corporate training, public speaking and interpersonal skills.