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Currents // A Kailua Boy Lands Dream ‘Surfer’ Job
Alex Kilauano has vivid memories of surfing with his father William while growing up in Kailua. It is here where Kilauano fell in love with...

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Currents // A Kailua Camp For Serious Paddlers
Kailua Beach is one of the most popular destinations in all of Hawaii, with millions visiting the picturesque shoreline every year. But what many of...

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Currents // Making Hokule‘a Relevant To Keiki
Hokule‘a crewmember Maui Tauotaha has fond memories of Kawaiahao Church School in Kakaako. It was more than 25 years ago when he and his sister...

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Currents // Keeping You Fit To Surf
When Benjamin Franklin said, “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure,” chances are he wasn’t thinking about surfers and the importance of...

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Currents // Pacific Marine Celebrates 70 Years
Steven Loui beamed and glowed as he looked over a large crowd at Pier 41. It was a diverse group made up of engineers, politicians,...

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Currents // Teaching Keiki To Appreciate Nature
Artist Patrick Ching always has been passionate about Hawaii’s precious ocean resources and Hawaii’s youths. In his latest book, Honu and Hina: A Story of...

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Currents // Crossing The Equator For King Neptune
Kahaluu’s Mark Towill is sporting a new hairdo these days, and he couldn’t be more proud. His “inverted mohawk” may not be the most desirable...

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Currents // Staying Out Of Murky Storm Waters
On Dec. 29, 2010, I shared in this column my decision to enter the ocean at Kailua Beach following a winter storm that soaked Oahu...

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Currents // Kauai’s Gift To Waikiki Echoes Elvis
It is one of the most romantic and classic Hollywood scenes filmed in Hawaii: Elvis Presley serenading Joan Blackman with Hawaiian Wedding Song as they...

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Currents // Keep Sandy Beach ‘Sandy Beach’
Every year there are dozens of bills and resolutions introduced by Hawaii lawmakers that stir emotion and ignite conversation. Some of them strike at the...

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Currents // Can You See Hawaii Island?
The recent string of hot and humid days has made life miserable for most of us. But in the midst of all the mugginess has...

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Currents // Summer Ends With A Bang
In life, it’s not how you start something, it’s how you finish it. Perhaps the same can be said about the summer surf season. Wave...

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Currents // Hawaiian Air Gets Behind Paddling
In these tough economic times, when marketing and advertising dollars are often the first things slashed from a company’s budget, it’s encouraging to see local...

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Currents // Representing Ewa In The Kona Heat
Those who’ve competed in the Queen Lili’uokalani Long Distance Canoe Races have heard stories of mermaid sightings in the calm waters off the Kona Coast....

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Currents // Saying Aloha To ‘Pops’ Ah Choy
It was a royal salute to one of Hawaii’s true wave-riding innovators and pioneers. Dozens paddled out to Kuhio Beach Aug. 30 to say aloha...

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Currents // Waterman Hall Of Fame Welcomes Five
A gentle mist fell as a potent south swell rolled into Waikiki, creating a breathtaking backdrop. It was as if the ocean gods were welcoming...

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Currents // Race With A View On The North Shore
When it comes to visiting Hawaii, there’s nothing like a room with a view. Truth is, people spend big money a get a glimpse of...

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Currents // Relying On Social Media In A Storm
We live in a hectic world of immediacy, where people want their information fast and they want it now. Social media has filled some of...

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Currents // Making Aka Proud In Boston Regatta
While thousands of Hawaii canoe paddlers were preparing for this year’s state championships at Keehi Lagoon, a group of paddlers was competing in its own...

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Feature Story // Proudly Paddling For Our Heroes
Wounded Warriors and their surviving family members take part in a Canoe Regatta designed to honor the fallen and support those still fighting combat injuries...

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