Kumu’s Cupboard Co-Founder and President Elyse Litvack told Tyler Yee that his parents, Gordon and Yoli Yee, were longtime supporters of the free resource center for Kaua‘i’s educators.
Kaua‘i County’s 2021 Integrated Solid Waste Management Plan was officially taken up last week after the Kaua‘i County Council deferred action in mid-November to revise its adoption resolution.
And where was the Ninja Bread at Made In Hawai‘i? Ann Hashisaka of Kaua‘i Kookie brought the gingerbread people (minis and big guys) for Made In Hawai‘i, where she joined her sister Ruth Hashisaka, who came down special to help Ann and June Ikemoto at the Grove Farm Market craft-fair component Saturday in Puhi.
LIHU‘E — The Jewish Community of Kaua‘i celebrated Hanukkah in person for the first time in two years Saturday, with an evening of latkes and many menorahs at St. Michael & All Angels’ Episcopal Church.
Happy Born (that’s Lexi Jones’ terminology) Day, Krystl Apeles, who spent her day working on getting the Alakoko Store ready for some Kaua‘i Made vendors to occupy when the Downtown Lihu‘e Night Market unfolds on Dec. 11 from 4 to 8 p.m. on Kress Street.
LIHU‘E — The Waimea High School football team put a Menehune period on an exciting Kaua‘i Interscholastic Federation football game by sacking Kaua‘i High School quarterback Andrew Passi Saturday before a near- capacity Red Raider crowd at Vidinha Stadium.
LIHU‘E — In just over a year, illegal vacation rentals on Kaua‘i have gone from about 1,500 in 2017 to less than 50, officials reported last week.
LIHU‘E — When doors to Little Pea’s Kaua‘i Pop-Up Holiday Market open at 10 a.m. on Saturday, this will be the first big indoor craft fair at the Kukui Marketplace.