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Currents // All Fired Up Over A Grand Opening
Firefighters John Pregil and Kevin Miller had a dream 14 years ago of sharing their love and knowledge of surfing with the rest of the...

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Currents // Teenager Conquers Kaiwi Channel
Leahi Camacho was mentally, physically and emotionally prepared to make history. In a few hours, the 17-year-old senior from Kealakehe High School would attempt to...

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Currents // Talking Story With Ocean Legends
Longtime ocean events promoter Jodi Wilmott has been hosting “Talk Story” sessions with world-renowned guests at Surfer, The Bar at Turtle Bay Resort for the...

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Currents // Team Aloha Plate Enters The ‘Race’
It was a beautiful day at Manele Bay on the island of Lanai. Adam Tabura was enjoying a day out in the surf when he...

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Currents // The Case Of The Mystery Urn
Heather Faustin sat quietly, holding a flower-laced urn close to her heart, as boat captain Earl Omoto carefully maneuvered his 19-foot vessel into place. A...

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Newsmakers // Honoring Legends Of The Sea And Pool
In an island state, we honor the skills and courage of watermen and water-women above all. Meet the latest inductees into their Hall of Fame...

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Currents // A Bodysurfing Revival At Sandy’s
Many things in life come in waves, including those who ride them. Such is the case for the sport of bodysurfing. “The number of body-surfers...

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Newsmakers // The First Surfing Book
In life we learn that some things are worth holding on to so that others can enjoy them as well. Thirteen years ago, Kauai photographer...

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Currents // The Newest Paddles On The Water
The now-infamous Furlough Fridays had a major financial impact on many Island families, but for Denton Miyamura of Mililani, the long furlough days provided wife...

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Currents // Clearing The Way For A Rare View
Every cloud may have a silver lining, but so do cloudless days, particularly when the trade winds are light or nonexistent. The silver lining was...

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Currents // Paddling With A Purpose In Boston
Last April, we said aloha to one of Hawaii’s finest oceanmen in the waters off Kailua Beach. Aka Hemmings unconditionally served those with disabilities and...

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MidWeek Cover Story // Women Of The Channel
It’s too long and too rough, the guys practically laughed, when a group of women said they wanted to paddle the Kaiwi Channel from Molokai....

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Currents // The Fishermen Are First On Kauai
Who says you have to catch the biggest fish to win a prize? Not on Kauai, at least not at the annual North Shore Fishing...

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Currents // Hui Nalu Riding A Wave Of Success
Several years ago, leaders at Hui Nalu Canoe Club had a vision: Build a program with a strong keiki base and success will follow. The...

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Currents // Taste Of Hawaiian In The Big Apple
Start spreading the news. New York City is gearing up for the largest outrigger canoe race on the East Coast and one of the most...

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Currents // Mr. Radical Is Now Mr. Reliable
If he were on the professional surfing tour, his style would be described as progressive and cutting-edge. In the 1970s, he was just plain radical....

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Currents // Sailing Aboard The Hokule‘a
It was an opportunity of a lifetime, a chance to sail on the Polynesian double-hulled voyaging canoe Hokule’a. I was fortunate to join more than...

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Currents // An Epic Start To Summer 2013
Few things in life are truly epic. Literature has its epic stories and poems, and there have been many epic battles and wars. But could...

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Currents // Gen Next Of Keaulana Lifesavers
There are times in life where our future is predetermined. Noland Keaulana understands this concept, and he has no issues with his life course being...

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Currents // Those Trailblazing Pacific Wahine
They are considered to be trailblazers in the sport of long-distance outrigger canoe paddling. Pacific Wahine is a team of Hawaii-based women paddlers who compete...

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