MauiTime’s 2010 Local Gift Guide: “Head Like A Hole”

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This year, be a bad-ass Santa and stuff your stocking with these rockin’ local gifts…

by Jen Russo, Jacob Shafer and Anu Yagi

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Did you know that tuque is the technical term for beanie, or that fedoras were at first a feminine fashion and that the name comes from a 19th century play about heroine Princess Fedora? Hats of any style have history, and whatever groovy noggin-topper you’re in search of, Alice in Hulaland probably has it. Or check out the ultra-chic and ultra-intricate lauhala masterpieces at Native Intelligence. They’ll run you a pretty penny, but once you’ve learned a little about the arduous preparation of just the raw materials—let alone the tedious geometry of its weaving—you’ll soon see it’s a steal of a deal.

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PET SOUNDS / BEGGARS BANQUET / SAFE AS MILK / THE CHRONIC / KID A / CRAZYSEXYCOOL / LADY (AND GENTLEMAN) IN SATIN / DIAMONDS FROM SIERRA LEONE / PAUL’S BOUTIQUE / [HEAD LIKE A HOLE] / ON AN ISLAND / SPEAKERBOXX/THE LOVE BELOW / CHALK MARK IN A RAINSTORM / THE RISE AND FALL OF ZIGGY STARDUST… / BEYOND THE SEA

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*Note: Each category hed is also the title of a famous (or semi-famous) album or song. See how many of the artists you can name.

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