Classical duo performs free at KCC

Classical music is on stage at the Kaua‘i Community College Performing Arts Center on Friday, March 27 at 7:30 p.m. in a free concert that features Chicago husband-and-wife pair “Duo Diorama.”

Hinamatsuri happiness

The Kaua‘i Japanese Cultural Society and the Kukui Grove Center celebrated Girls’ Day, Saturday with its annual Hinamatsuri, or Doll Festival, celebration.

KAWS hosts annual fundraiser event

The Kaua‘i Animal Welfare Society (KAWS) presents their third annual “Thank You For Being A Friend,” fundraiser on Saturday, March 14th in the Jasmine Ballroom at the Kaua‘i Beach Resort.

Hana hou, Waimea Town Celebration

The Heritage of Aloha Ho‘olaule‘a, spanning nearly two days from Friday evening, marked the final weekend of the nine-day Waimea Town Celebration presented by the Westside Business & Professional Association.

Jordy live in her biggest concert yet

Local girl, Jordan Fleming, also known as “Jordy” the 17-year-old artist born and raised in Hanalei, is having concert at Anaina Hou’s Porter Pavilion in Kilauea on today from 6 to 9 p.m.

‘Minimalist theater, maximum fun’

LIHU‘E– “Four actors, Three chairs, Two throw pillows And A Gun,” will be playing at the Wit’s End Theater. Their new location is located next to “Deli & Bread Connection,” at the Kukui Grove Center.

NUE featured tonight at EKK

Friends for many years, three consummate musicians who love getting together to share their music and passion for the ‘ukulele have been performing as NUE for about four years, whenever opportunities occur.

Crowning glory

Wessteros never looked so good as in the Kaua‘i Crown and Cuisine at the historic Waimea Theater, Saturday night.

Monsters on stage

Kauai Community Players (KCP) will present “She Kills Monsters,” at the Puhi Theatrical Warehouse starting Friday.

Adventure, romance await in locally-authored book

Staying true to the romantic theme in the air this month, authors Michael and Alison Miller show that when couples work together anything is possible. It’s not hard to see that the Millers are a talented and dynamic duo after reading their action adventure novel, “Fault Line,” which takes place at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park on the Big Island circa 2005.

Symphony of the Birds

The “Symphony of the Hawaiian Birds” will be performed for the first time on Kaua‘i on February 23 and 24 at the Kaua‘i CC Performing Arts Center.

Science equals fun

More than 70 science projects in the Junior and Senior divisions attracted a big crowd to the Kaua‘i War Memorial Convention Center for the Kaua‘i Regional Science and Engineering Fair.

Tours, nature, history all-in-one book

There are lots of guides to the flora and fauna of Hawai‘i. Bird guides. Fish guides. Flower guides. Tree guides. Wildlife guides. Guides of all sorts, really. It seems that the individual guides are the vast majority of what is available, and for the person interested in the broader natural history & nature in general in Hawai‘i, options are limited, with most being out-of-print.