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Island Life: 6-28-16

| Jun 28 2016 - 12:06am | Comments

Waiaha Stream flows near Hualalai Road after a heavy mauka rain. Mark Chesler/Community Contributor

  • Posted: Jun 19 2016 - 12:05am

    Kukio Bay is seen in the afternoon. Ron Boise/Community Contributor

  • Posted: Jun 18 2016 - 12:05am

    A horse grazes in a corral in Waimea. Jerry McGregor/Community Contributor

  • Posted: Jun 17 2016 - 12:05am

    Clouds are illuminated by the setting sun. Alona Vasquez/Community Contributor

  • Posted: Jun 17 2016 - 12:05am

    Pet adoption event Saturday

  • Posted: Jun 16 2016 - 12:05am

    A purple hydrangea blooms in mauka Kona. Adam Atwood/Community Contributor

  • Posted: Jun 16 2016 - 12:05am

    Tropical Fruit Growers meet Monday

  • Posted: Jun 15 2016 - 12:05am

    A surfer performs a kick out Saturday morning fronting Waterfront Row, a surf spot known as Spindrifters, in Kailua-Kona. (Chelsea Jensen/West Hawaii Today)

  • Posted: Jun 15 2016 - 12:05am

    Community garage sale this weekend

  • Posted: Jun 14 2016 - 1:46pm

    Water flows down a creek. Adam Atwood/Community Contributor

  • Posted: Jun 14 2016 - 12:05am

    Free drink for pops

  • | Posted: Jun 14 2016 - 12:05am

    Somehow I missed that last Saturday was Corn-On-The-Cob Day. But at least I got wind of this Saturday’s extra special moniker: International Picnic Day. What do these two pseudo-holidays have in common? I happen to think that both are perfect topics for Father’s Day food, especially when there’s a grill and an outdoor meal involved. So whether this Father’s Day calls for a backyard barbecue or a fire pit on the beach, try one or more of these easy, Dad-friendly recipes as you celebrate the real holiday this weekend.

  • Posted: Jun 13 2016 - 12:06am

    Body Glove Cruises certified as sustainable tourism operation

  • Posted: Jun 13 2016 - 12:05am

    A manta ray was spotted off the South Kohala Coast. Jen Piche/Community Contributor

  • | Posted: Jun 12 2016 - 12:30am

    We are still in the jungles of Borneo, home of orangutans, proboscis monkeys and humans who have lived here for tens of thousands of years. The amazing thing about the forests of Borneo is that there are so many fruits and nuts that are good for human consumption. I can imagine early inhabitants finding edible fruits in the forests and dispersing the seeds by one way or another time and time again.

  • Posted: Jun 12 2016 - 12:05am

    After two years of planning, designing, painting and firing, volunteers installed a 20-by-9-foot tile mural, Celebrating Diversity in Our Community, Kaulana Na Ano Kaiaulu Like Ole, at the Holualoa Elementary School campus. The collaboration was funded by the Holualoa H+ Community Foundation, whose founding was under the leadership of retired principal Daniel Yoshida and retired teacher Iris Cantor.