From “Kaua‘i Kids in Peace and War”
Published with Permission
Editor’s note: Author Bill Fernandez was an inquisitive and impressionable young boy growing up on Kaua‘i when Japan launched its aerial attack on Pearl Harbor...
If you’ve ever eaten at Waipouli Deli & Restaurant, consider yourself among Kaua‘i’s foodie elite.
The owners don’t advertise much, so finding out about them is mainly by word of mouth, through repeat customers and...
David Y. Iha
Special to The Hawai‘i Herald
Nearly three decades ago, I observed a high school student driving around the streets of Kaua‘i in a Nissan 240Z, which left me wondering how a teenager could...
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