Talk Story: Ray Kahaunaele

Little fire ants and long-thorn kiawe, coqui frogs and cattail, false kava and mongoose; all have the potential to destroy native species and change ecosystems if they get a foothold on Kauai.

Talk Story with Scott Johnson

Following a glorious history of hauling sugar cane and, more recently, keiki and visitors, Paulo needs some help. The Grove Farm Museum hosted the first Sugar Plantation Bash and earmarked a portion of the proceeds to help the ailing locomotive.

Talk Story with Dolly Kanekuni

On most days you’ll find Dolly Kanekuni with an ever-present smile, in her studio behind a yellow door and up a long flight of stairs, waiting to greet her steady flow of students and get to work.

Talk Story: Dallas Correa

Since he ended eighth grade, life for Dallas Correa has been nonstop. The Hanapepe native moved to Oahu to attend school and play baseball at Saint Louis School in Honolulu.

Tim Delavega: Man of many talents

Tim Delavega is a multi-talented man. To say the least. Award-winning photographer. Home builder and designer, who bought the land and built a home for his parents. Author of several books, including five on the history of surfing. Documenter. National award winner for his cultural documentation work.

Talk Story: Matt Bernabe

When Matt Bernabe was in his third year of nursing school at Kauai Community College, he lost his leg in a street bike accident.