Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)
We’re used to rooting for David, not Goliath. We identify more easily with the underdog, which is why you’re probably a bit bewildered to find yourself in a position of … [Read More...]
For the first time, this Dec. 7 the National Park Service and U.S. Navy will be live-streaming their commemoration of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor.
"Prior to the start of the ceremony, Pearl … [Read More...]
1. On Nov. 20, the Hawaii Tourism Authority announced that Ronald Williams is the organization’s new interim president and CEO (Gov-elect David Ige recently named HTA president Mike McCartney his … [Read More...]
November is tax-publicizing season in Finland, where, starkly unlike America, the government releases all individuals’ tax records to help build public support for the country’s vast … [Read More...]
The sixth annual Dance for Tots Zumbathon will turn up the heat this Tuesday at the Wailuku Community Center. Join Rayo and friends for a great workout that will help make keiki smile! Bring a new, … [Read More...]
It's hard to say what audiences are expecting from Birdman, as the buzz from film festivals, promotional trailers, piles of critical acclaim and even the poster give a disjointed idea of what the film … [Read More...]
Our gallery, Maui Hands, has been supporting local artists here for 23 years. Our clientele is made up of tourists as well as local customers who appreciate handmade local goods. Recently at our … [Read More...]
Sugar Beach Events and Bliss Wedding Design and Spectacular Events invites industry folk to their Wedding Industry Holiday Party this Tuesday. Complete with tunes by Shea Derrick and Full Flavor as … [Read More...]
Every year it seems, government at all levels cuts services that help make life better. Programs that assist poor and disabled people always seem the most vulnerable, but work on the arts, students … [Read More...]
The notice for this event came in too late for us to include in our print edition, but that doesn't mean you shouldn't go. On Monday, Dec. 1, historian Gail Ainsworth (who wrote Maui Remembers) will … [Read More...]
With commercial drones reportedly buzzing around a few of the nation's busier airports this past week, U.S. Senator Brian Schatz, D–Hawaii, today called for the Federal Aviation Administration to … [Read More...]
When a hyper-controversial measure like Maui's GMO Initiative passes by a hair (50.2 percent to 47.9 percent), you can expect immediate litigation. But three lawsuits? Sure, why not.
First out of … [Read More...]
Kauai native and author Toby Neal will be signing copies of her novel Unsound this Sunday at the Friends of the Library Bookstore in the Queen Ka'ahumanu Shopping Center. The self-proclaimed book nerd … [Read More...]
The County of Maui would like you to volunteer to be a member of one of their many boards and commissions. Yes, you.
"Positions are appointed by the Mayor, confirmed by the County Council and have … [Read More...]