Bruna Stude of galerie 103 said if you do a Google search for “Brolie Kaua,” guess who shows up?
Brolie was just having fun with Lucy and Stella Blanchard in front of the Sally French artwork, “Duck Lips” (you gotta ask Bruna for the story on this piece celebrating her 5th anniversary at The Shops at Kukuiula).
Kristina Colburn, manager at Merriman’s, said they are also celebrating their 5th anniversary on Oct. 23 when 20 percent of the food bill will go to Malama Kauai to help build a garden (the lot where their garden was got sold) at the Kalaheo Elementary School. The flier for this should be appearing shortly.
Melissa McFerrin-Warrack (she had one of those Kobe sliders prepared by Chef Halley Archbold) said she can’t believe it’s been five years.
Bea Raco was busy doing the mango thingie, and Sol Kahn said you can’t leave the market without trying one of his (were there any in Pat and Olivia Gegen’s basket?).
And the weather cooperated by dumping (Alan Van Zee said it was dumping even more in Kalaheo-Lawai) because Helen Locano, aka The Soup Lady, had some African Peanut Soup which no one complained about.