Eh people in Kahana Ridge, here’s some conch shell etiquette for you: Pu, pronounced “poo,” is the Hawaiian Name for conch shell. A gift from the ocean, the Pu comes out of the life-giving waters with a sound that flows across the ‘Aina. To blow the Pu is a call to the divine. The blowing of the Pu should always be accompanied by protocol. When it’s blown, how many times and in … [Read more...] about Eh Brah, learn conch shell etiquette!
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 Harbor survivors and WWII veterans will be interviewed and viewers will get a 'behind the scenes' look at the ceremony," states a Nov. 25 National Park Service news release. … [Read more...] about This Dec. 7: Watch Pearl Harbor Attack Memorial Ceremony Online Live
Need a place to get hitched? Here’s the lowdown on 11 great venues across the island: BAILEY HOUSE MUSEUM 2375A Main St., Wailuku Call Viola Yee at 808-244-3326 Mauimuseum.org / @MauiMuseum With antique and vintage wedding themes all the rage, getting married in a historic building with natural Hawaiian botanical gardens is as authentic as you can get. There’s no minimum … [Read more...] about 2013 MauiTime Wedding Guide Venue Rundown
We've got lots of wedding stories and pictures to share with you in this issue. Let's start with the tales of two weddings that recently took place on Maui which really showcase what our island has to offer: Rock & Roll Wedding Jessica Mandelin and Jedediah Mclin South Maui May 10, 2012 With a ring in his pocket and a secret on his lips, Jedidiah McLin packed a Thermos of … [Read more...] about 2012 MauiTime Wedding Issue