Miraculous Meeting in a Sea of Junk


  // By Stuart H. Coleman // Originally published in Sierra Magazine // On their three-month journey from Long Beach to Honolulu aboard the recycled Junk, Marcus Eriksen and Joel Paschal found plastic in the stomachs of fish caught in the mid-Pacific. “Plastic is forever,” Eriksen blogged, “and it’s everywhere.” On June … Continue reading

Surfrider Foundation Expands in Hawaii


By Ragnar Carlson // February 25, 2009 // Originally published on Honoluluweekly.com Stuart Coleman, the writer and educator best-known for his 2004 bestseller Eddie Would Go, was recently named the first Hawaiian Islands Field Coordinator for the Surfrider Foundation, the California-based environmental organization dedicated to ocean conservation. He spoke with … Continue reading

A Movie in the Making


Q&A with Rep. Neil Abercrombie By Stuart Coleman // January 28, 2009 // Originally published on Honoluluweekly.com NEIL ABERCROMBIE // Standing on the steps of the U.S. Capitol with his Congressional colleagues last Tuesday, Rep. Neil Abercrombie watched as Barack Obama was sworn in as America’s first African-American president. Looking out … Continue reading