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Ron Mizutani
Currents // Homes, Lives Torn Apart By The Sea
Merriam-Webster defines “erosion” as the gradual destruction of something by natural forces such as water, wind or ice. Hawaii residents are all too familiar with...

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Currents // Lenny’s Close Call Caps Amazing Year
It is one of the world’s fastest-growing sports, and Maui’s Kai Lenny is without question on top of the world. Lenny captured his third Stand...

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Currents // Pipeline At Its Best In Years
We often hear about athletes rising to an occasion. It happens in every sport: elite stars performing at a level that’s either expected or unexpected,...

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Currents // State, Scientists Tracking Sharks
Whether you’re a daily ocean user or a weekend warrior, there is no doubt the recent spike in shark attacks in Hawaiian waters has many...

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Currents // ‘Sister’ On Top Of The World Once Again
Hawaii reigns supreme in the sport of surfing and the future couldn’t be any brighter. On Oct. 5, 21-year-old Carissa Moore captured her second ASP...

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Currents // Water Safety Clinics For Keiki
Professional surfer Duane DeSoto is a very busy man these days. While competing in the ASP World Longboard Championships in Hainan, China, last month, DeSoto...

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Currents // Hamilton: Turning Awful To Beautiful
Few will forget the date: Oct. 31, 2003, Halloween morning. Thirteen-year-old Bethany Hamilton set out for an early surf session with her mother Cheri, but...

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Currents // The Rell Sunn Legacy Grows
Jan Sunn-Carreira was only 7 years old when her already-famous mom had a dream of hosting an event for young surfers, where every competitor went...

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Currents // Aloha Oe, Buttons Kaluhiokalani
We had just completed a training run from Hawaii Kai to Kaimana Beach when my cellular phone rang. I figured if it was important the...

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Currents // A Love Affair Made In A Canoe
The seeds of love can be planted just about anywhere, including the ocean. This love story started in January 2011, when two canoe paddlers met...

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Currents // Moore’s On Top Of The World Again
The first one wasn’t a fluke. Athletes often say it, and Hawaii’s Carissa Moore is no different. But if there were any doubters out there...

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Currents // ‘Recalling Hawaii’ Is A Message Of Pride, Hope
She wears many different hats and wears them all quite well. Sharon Balidoy is a canoe paddler, a kumu hula, a social worker and a...

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Currents // A Push To Prevent Isle Drownings
Hawaii’s lifesavers have seen enough and they want the negative trend to come to a screeching halt. “We’re losing too many people in our waters,”...

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Currents // Eddie Aikau: The Legend Grows
The Polynesian voyaging canoe Hokule’a sailed into Kualoa Beach Park earlier this week, one of several stops in the Islands as she continues the Malama...

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Currents // Working To Refurbish The E Ala
Members of the Waianae Hawaiian Civic Club (WHCC) had a vision for the future: Build an ancient Hawaiian-style double-hull canoe for the children of the...

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Currents // A Chance To Walk-Run Ka Iwi Coast
It is one of the most scenic drives on Oahu. The winding four-mile road from Hanauma Bay to Sandy Beach offers an incredible view of...

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Currents // You Can Get Too Close To Nature
Animals can teach us the darndest lessons. A recent visitor to the Garden Isle of Kauai can attest to that. Two weeks ago, Kauai resident...

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Currents // The Aloha Festivals And Hokule‘a
It was 40 years ago when a group of visionaries recognized the need for a cultural renaissance. It was an opportunity to bring back the...

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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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