If you’re like me, a millennial born and raised on Maui, chances are you’ve said your fair share of goodbyes. It’s a fact of life here that friend groups hardly last – one friend goes off to school, … [Read More...]
Kahālāwai plays at Baldwin Home Museum on Thursday, March 28th. In the ancient Hawaiian language, kahālāwai translates to “meet or meet together." Comprised of the musical talents of Dana Pi‘ilani … [Read More...]
The Bill Kirchen Band will perform at Maui Arts and Cultural Center on Thursday, March 28th. Kirchen is a Grammy-nominated guitarist, singer, and songwriter. He is a founding member of Commander Cody … [Read More...]
There’s a New Play Competition with ProArts Playhouse until Thursday, April 4th. They encourage new and established playwrights to submit their projects. An application and summary of rules is listed … [Read More...]
Most sports documentaries focus on The Big Game and linger on the final celebration, relishing the winning score as it blares from the scoreboard. Dean Kaneshiro's Rise of the Wahine: Champions of … [Read More...]
Eh brah, thanks for saving my phone after I lost it on the street. I didn’t even know I dropped it but you faithfully responded to my lost phone alert and made sure it got back in my hands. A few … [Read More...]
WHAT’S IN A NAME?
Unfortunately named Johna Martinez-Meth, 46, of Clearlake, California, was sentenced on Feb. 21 for involuntary manslaughter stemming from a delivery she made to Adrian Sepulveda, … [Read More...]
Taverna celebrates three years in Kapalua this Saturday with one of the year’s most anticipated foodie parties up North. We caught up with chef Roger Stettler and bar manager April Leslie to get a … [Read More...]
Steven Apfelbaum may be one of the most unpretentious, down-to-earth people you will meet. This preeminent restoration ecologist, with more than 9,000 projects throughout North America and the globe … [Read More...]
Five of West and South Maui's most resilient reefs are located in state managed areas and offshore of a federal wildlife refuge, suggesting that coral reefs can be managed to build resilience and … [Read More...]
“Expect a show that is full of positive energy, mixed with roots, rock, reggae, and Latin grooves,” Benjamin Cerda told me when I caught up with the frontman to talk about the upcoming performances of … [Read More...]
Real property tax notices for 2019 were sent out via mail or email to property owners on or before March 15, according to the County of Maui Department of Finance Real Property Assessment Division. … [Read More...]
The Marvel Cinematic Universe – populated with the likes of Iron Man, Thor, and Captain America – is getting a movie about its first Asian superhero – and the film is being directed by Maui's own … [Read More...]
In elementary and middle school, the day Scholastic leaflets would circulate into our classrooms was a special occasion. It was an exciting addition to the usual hum-drum pulse of the school day, and … [Read More...]
Aries (March 21-April 19)
You’d like to think that your past lovers sometimes wake up in the morning and think about you, just like you do them. They probably do, though they’d never admit it. The … [Read More...]
Last week, Maui County Corporation Counsel Patrick Wong made more than $2,800 without having to lift a finger. How’d he get such a sweet gig? He was arrested, of course.
Wong, the county’s top civil … [Read More...]
APOLLO 11 - G - Documentary - Revisit history with this documentary about the Apollo 11 mission to the moon. Stars Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin, and Michael Collins. 93 min.
COLD WAR - … [Read More...]
The 14th Annual Derek Beaty Jazz Jam is going down at Charley’s in Paia on Thursday, March 21st. Beaty was a local Maui musician in the jazz scene. He surfed on the North Shore, was a friend to many, … [Read More...]
The 6th annual Hawai‘i Energy Conference is going down at Maui Arts and Cultural Center on Wednesday, March 27th and Thursday, March 28th. This year’s theme is "Innovation in Practice," and will bring … [Read More...]