Puakea Golf Course in Lihue, which boasts views of the Haupu mountain range, is among the properties owned by Grove Farm. The homes along the course are in the Pikake subdivision, another Grove Farm development.
From the towering cliffs of the Na Pali Coast to the majesty of Waimea Canyon, from the emerald highlands of Waialeale all the way down to the 50-plus miles of white-sand beaches, Kauai is drop-dead gorgeous. Story »
Their numbers proliferated after Hurricane Iniki blasted the island in 1992, leveling chicken coops along with thousands of homes. The brightly feathered birds evoke a touch of that memory as well as a sense of today's everyday pace of life on the oldest and northernmost island in the Hawaiian chain.
While residents of the state's fourth-largest island — home to about 5 percent of Hawaii's residents — embrace its largely rural past and present, they're now preparing for a future that will include a growing population. Story »
The pitched battle over the so-called anti-GMO bill on Kauai has simmered down for now, but the clash left the island bloodied, bruised and a little wobbly after laying bare a festering schism.
Louise Sausen frowns when she's asked about her Wainiha neighborhood. That's because she remembers when it was a laid-back beach community, a family-friendly place where folks knew their neighbors and relied on them for help if needed. Story »
Twenty-one years after it walloped Kauai, Hurricane Iniki still teases and torments this island. The legendary Coco Palms Resort -- battered by 145 mph winds that Sept. 11, 1992, day -- stands today as it did then, an eerie reminder of the devastation the storm inflicted on Kauai. Story »
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Underground art went wildly public Feb. 8-15 on the streets of Kakaako, where more than 100 local and international street artists installed a colorful splash of murals across area buildings and walls, while also gathering throughout the week for art-focused lecture series, films and a block party – a movement known as Pow! Wow! Read More »