She knows exactly where the udon is on the menu. Udon, then nori, then egg. She's got a system. After hanging out with them a bunch during Spring Break, I hardly saw them at all this week because of work and baseball, though mostly baseball. We had a game on Wednesday, another on Friday, and yet another on Saturday. We will also play tomorrow Monday and Tuesday as well.
Kathy Muneno « Hey, That's Us! In Words and Pictures!
Crew member John Kruse reflects on that epic day. Repost from hokuleacrew Video courtesy crew member Billy Richards and khonnews. See more stories at www. So much in this 8 minute clip. Footage on board is by fellow crew member Billy Richards with a little from khonnews.
Kathy has written and produced several specials. Kathy is that the youngest of seven youngsters and is that the mother of twins. Both her parents passed away in , her father having suffered dementia for several years. She brings to Kupuna Life not only her passion for story-telling but also her compassion for kupuna and the stories they have to tell. But offscreen, she does many amazing things for the community.
Perhaps it's because I can't get enough of watching Honolulu on television. I've been to Such-and-such too! In the case of Local Kine Grinds, it's the prospect of discovering some neat out of the way spot where I can get some great food. I have to say that this show has really influenced my dining experiences. I guess the credo for that show is: "Never trust a skinny food host"?