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A Swim in the Park | United States Coast Guard

A Swim in the Park | United States Coast Guard

Words and Photos, by David Pu’u One of the great aspects of this country, and crux of many of our existences, is the freedom to engage in whatever sort of adventure we can conjure up. For those of us interested in water, we develop our skills and if all goes well, we generally make it […]

Understanding Oil Pollution: A Primer on the Santa Barbara Channel

Understanding Oil Pollution: A Primer on the Santa Barbara Channel

By David Pu’u Oil was first discovered in this region and apportioned to be mined as a resource during the Lincoln Administration, but the history of oil in Southern and Central California goes back much farther than that.  Later, in the 1960’s, when the nation’s first offshore mining began in the Santa Barbara Channel, the […]

DEBATE: Can Women Coach in Men’s Pro Sports? [VIDEO]

DEBATE: Can Women Coach in Men’s Pro Sports? [VIDEO]

By  David Hookstead | Reporter Can women coach professional male athletes? That’s the question that Jena and I recently sat down to discuss, because it’s all the rage these days — thanks to Becky Hammon. The WNBA legend and current San Antonio Spurs assistant interviewed for the Milwaukee Bucks job, and has a better than average shot […]

The Ultimate Arena

The Ultimate Arena

                                                                       Words and Photos by David Pu’u Ali’i Stars glided serenely through the treetops, as the raiding party padded in near silence through the soft, warm stillness of a moonless tropical night.  A singleness of purpose, and steely resolve, did little to quell the nervousness and edgy anticipation each of the warriors held […]

FOX Has Officially Decided to Bring Back ‘Last Man Standing’

FOX Has Officially Decided to Bring Back ‘Last Man Standing’

By Jena Greene | Reporter Fox has made its final decision. Tim Allen’s hit sitcom, “Last Man Standing” will make a rousing comeback, this time on a different network. (RELATED: FOX CONSIDERS REVIVING ‘LAST MAN STANDING’ AFTER CONSERVATIVE BACKLASH) The previous six-season primetime show was abruptly cancelled for no apparent reason by ABC executives last year, which […]

Ventura Police Chief Ken Corney Speaks Out On Homelessness, Vagrancy and Crime

Ventura Police Chief Ken Corney Speaks Out On Homelessness, Vagrancy and Crime

By Lori Denman-Underhill I am safe in Ventura. I feel an overwhelming sense of peace and safety for myself and my child, as we walk down the boardwalk by Surfer’s Point. As I hike by the riverbed, I enjoy the silence and feel unthreatened by violence and enjoy a view of nature. When I surf, […]

Reel Guppies fundraiser a success!

Reel Guppies fundraiser a success!

by Steven Gama On Friday, May 11, Reel Guppies had their annual fundraiser at the Eagles and raised over $2500! Kevin Brannon CEO of the non profit is celebrating over 1000 kids having participated in Reel Guppies outdoor activities. Raffling items was focused on fishing related items and the kids won big time; however, Marshall […]

The Future of Space Travel

The Future of Space Travel

It has been just short of 50 years since the first man on the moon in 1969 and since then it is safe to say we have come a long way in space travel.  With the space race to Mars in full steam ahead between the likes of NASA, Mars One and SpaceX, what can […]

Clemson Star Football Payer Postpones NFL | Now He’s A Substitute Teacher

Clemson Star Football Payer Postpones NFL | Now He’s A Substitute Teacher

By Mike Brest | Contributor Clemson Tigers defensive lineman Christian Wilkins, who chose not to enter the NFL Draft and instead to return to school for his senior year, started a new job to make some extra money — being a substitute teacher. Wilkins could have entered last month’s NFL Draft and many believed he may have been a first-round pick. […]

California’s Transportation Future, Part Two – The Hyperloop Option

California’s Transportation Future, Part Two – The Hyperloop Option

    by Edward Ring In July 2012, Elon Musk sat down for a “fireside chat” with Sara Lacy, founder of the PandoDaily website. In between discussions of Paypal, Tesla, and SpaceX, 43 minutes in, Musk unveiled his idea for the “Hyperloop,” a new transportation technology that “incorporates reduced-pressure tubes in which pressurized capsules ride on air bearings […]