Thursday, Feb. 5: Paws for Reading at Wailuku Public Library

Give your child the opportunity to read aloud during Assistance Dogs of Hawaii’s “Paws for Reading” this Thursday at the Wailuku Public Library. Recommended for keiki in grades 1-5, the program will give children a chance to practice their communication and literacy skills in a friendly environment. Each keiki will be given 15-minute reading opportunities. All keiki […]

This Saturday, the Iao Theater transforms into ‘A Night at the Cotton Club’

For one night only, you can enjoy A Night at the Cotton Club this Saturday. The revue features songs, dance and an historic overview of the famed Cotton Club in New York. A significant landmark during its time, the club boasted a talented lineup of mostly African American entertainers. Guests are welcome to dress up for a night […]

Saturday, Jan. 31: Opening night of Maui Open Studios 2015

Maui’s art community opens their doors to the public for four weeks for Maui Open Studios 2015. This Saturday, the public is invited for an art preview at the Maui Tropical Plantation. Throughout the month, artists around the island will open their studios to the public. Art lovers and connoisseurs get the opportunity to talk […]

Brew and View presents ‘The Goonies’ at The Mill House

Brew & View presents the 1985 classic film The Goonies this Saturday at The Mill House. Bring your blankets, beach chairs and buddies for yet another twilight cinema. First fill up with an assortment of heavy pupu including poke, Mongolian ribs and veggie summer rolls available for purchase (6pm). Don’t fret, gourmet popcorn, brownies and soft […]

Maui Police Commission Meeting This Wednesday At UH Maui College

For many years, the Maui Police Commission met in the “Chief’s Conference Room,” a special chamber in the Maui Police Department’s imposing Wailuku headquarters. The room was not generally accessible to the public, and anyone who wasn’t a cop needed to provide identification and get a special escort through the station to get to the […]

Sunday, Jan. 24: Iwalani Ho’omanawanui Apo at Bailey House Museum

Catch Iwalani Ho’omanawanui Apo in concert this Sunday at the Bailey House Museum. Hoaka Concerts at the Museum features musicians from the islands sharing their appreciation for Hawaiian music. Guests are welcome to begin the evening with a pre-show pau hana (4pm) and museum tour. Enjoy an evening of pupus by Mala ‘Ai and the fiery falsetto […]

See Kate Boards, Randy Noojin and Adaptations Dance Theater at this year’s Maui Fringe Festival

The annual Maui Fringe Festival returns to the Iao Theater this Friday through Sunday. Enjoy three days of performance art, music, dance and plays. Featuring local and mainland actors, guests will be treated to Vivaldi’s Virgins by Early Maui Music, Mandarin Orange by Kate Boards, Hard Travelin’ With Woody by Randy Noojin, Maui Improv, the Adaptations […]

This Wednesday, Jan. 21: Maui Homeless Alliance Community Forum

The Maui Homeless Alliance presents a community forum this Wednesday at the Maui Economic Opportunity office in Wailuku. The forum will feature a panel including representatives from the Maui Police Department, Mental Health Kokua, Ka Hale A Ke Ola Homeless Resource Centers, Veterans Administration, Aloha House and A Cup of Cold Water. Let your voice be heard and needs be known. […]

This Saturday, Jan. 17: Story of Hawaii Museum Benefit Concert

Join Eddie Tanaka, George Kahumoku Jr., Pu’uwai, the Mana’o Radio Orchestra and more for a special benefit concert this Saturday at the Iao Theater. With proceeds going to The Story of Hawaii Museum, concert-goers will hear original music from Tanaka’s Mystical Molokai and see the premiere of his new music video Ka Ele Ku, Molokai’s Sacred North Shore. $20. 7pm […]

Will 2015 Be The Year Wailuku Town Gets Parking Meters?

When the great history of Maui in the 21st century is written, the year 2015 will go down as the beginning of the Post-Taguma era. Residents–especially those who live and work in Wailuku Town–have been celebrating the retirement of Maui Police Officer Keith Taguma for weeks now. Each year for the past three decades, Taguma’s […]