Carol Forsloff–“It was leaned up outside the building, caught in some vines, and it looked like its leg was broken or something. I knew I had to get it to a vet really fast or the peacock would not make it.” This was not the first time JoJo expressed … Continue reading
Traffic is being diverted from a main roadway in the mountains of Makaha, past the old Sheraton Resort, Makaha Valley Towers and Makaha Valley Plantation, as a water main break at the juncture of Makaha Valley Road and the Resort area created problems along the roadways leading into and out of … Continue reading
Carol Forsloff—Hawaii is a paradise for birds and for every living creature. The way birds find their way and live with others reveals something about the value of respect for life itself and how that and living a life without fear can be learned from simple events that happen just … Continue reading
Carol Forsloff—-Most people who arrive in Hawaii from someplace else leave within the first three years. There are also those people who may have been born and raised in Hawaii, only to leave as youth with their families, for whom readjusting if they return to the islands can be difficult. … Continue reading
Carol Forsloff—“That’s a long way to drive, isn’t it?” The young Walmart clerk looked surprised when I told her I live in “Makaha. It is about 18 miles from Kapolei, the new city on Oahu and a 20 to 30 minute drive. But in many ways, it is a forgotten … Continue reading
Most of us when we dream of paradise think of the most beautiful places we have seen in pictures or areas where we hope we might one day visit. There are surely great wonders of nature everywhere in the world, and the poem by Angela Morgan reflects that fact. But … Continue reading
Brief tour of highlights of the Leeward Coast of Oahu with original music by local folk-style musicians, part of the wide variety of music types in Hawaii. Original song, Makaha Rainbows, composed by Lady of Letters and Man of the Sea and performed with accordion, guitar and vocals.