Tag: Oahu

Travel for Two: Oahu’s Beaches Are Legendary, but Island Has so Much More

By Mary Ann Anderson From Tribune News Service HONOLULU — Hawaii had me at aloha. More than anything, it was the glorious clarity and colors of the water, ever changing in gemstone tones of sapphire, emerald and aquamarine. From flying into Honolulu from over the Pacific, to riding in a helicopter over its stunning beaches,…


‘Every Day Heroes’ at the Hawaii Cat Foundation

One day in Hawaii, Christin Matsushige looked into the eyes of two abandoned newborn kittens and saw God’s creation: dependent, vulnerable and precious, resting in her hands. A friend had found the kitties and said, “Can you take care of these two? I already have several cats, and can’t.” That moment in 1993 would change…