Archive for February, 2013

Kenny Joseph: Waianae Pop Warner Football Coach

Head coach Kenny Joseph got  interested in football coaching by watching his father and brother coach.  Joseph started coaching youngsters in 1996 and began his first baseball season with his team Little Rascals, made up of f...


Stages Come Alive at Nanakuli, Kapolei High Schools

The Nanakuli High and Intermediate School Performing Arts Center will present the musical review  “Flashback” featuring musical numbers from past productions as well as some new ones.  “Flashback ” wil...


Jiffy Chocolate Peanut Butter Drops

In my December recipe I talked about the generosity of the Leeward Coast when my family lived there. Their generosity continued for nearly three years while I called Waianae my home. On Valentine’s Day I worked at a dayca...


Nanakuli-Maili Neighborhood Board Schedules Meetings in February-March

The Nanakuli-Maili Neighborhood Board  No. 36 will hold its regular meeting on Tuesday, February 19, 2013, 7:00 P.M. at the Nanaikapono Elementary School Cafeteria, 89-153 Mano Avenue. New business on the agenda are these topi...



Sign-Waving Rewards Waianae Businessman, Inspires Others

Paul Brewer started small. He cleaned cars for a living, and he waved signs whenever he could. With his wife and young son he stood along streets and highways in Waianae town, waving a sign depicting Jesus’s pierced palm ...


Make ‘Yummy’ For Valentines Day

Aloha, here is my recipe of a local style dish using huli huli chicken. “Huli” in Hawaiian means “turn over” which describes this chicken grilled on a spit rotated over a kiawe wood fire. I found that us...


Gary’s Fishing Gallery Shows Reel Tales

We are starting a new column to show what fish are biting!  Gary’s Fishing Gallery will post pictures of avid fishermen who are happy to show their prize catches! Click here to go to Gary’s Fishing Gallery.


Neighborhood Board Fears Destruction of Makaha Surfing Beach

During the January 8 meeting of the Waianae Neighborhood Board, concerns were voiced about the temporary access road, approved by the City and State, which will be used to bypass the forthcoming construction work on the Makaha ...