Someone told me recently that as far as health habits go, “Sitting is the new smoking.” So I made the decision earlier this year to go on more walks and just ramble through Wailuku Town on quick work breaks – down the hill and up it, across back streets and weird parking lots, taking deep breaths and soaking in the weather. What started as a reprieve from the eight-hour seated … [Read more...] about Happy Earth Day
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The state Land Use Commission (LUC) will meet today (and perhaps tomorrow) at the Maui Arts & Cultural Center to discuss the proposed Olowalu Town project from developers Bill Frampton and Dave Ward that would put at least 1,500 homes and a hotel in Olowalu (click here for the LUC meeting agenda). The decade-long project has been controversial since the get-go for a … [Read more...] about Watch Maui waterman Archie Kalepa explain why he opposes Olowalu development
1. The 2016 Primary Election is still 16 months away, but last week which Democratic Maui legislator held a $1,000/person fundraiser at Wolfgang’s Steakhouse in Waikiki? A. Senator J. Kalani English B. Senator Roz Baker C. Speaker Joe Souki D. Representative Justin Woodson E. Representative Lynn DeCoite 2. On Apr. 23, the County of Maui Community Development Block Grant … [Read more...] about Quizunderstood: How well do you know rejected Maui Police grant proposals?
For special needs children, life can be full of obstacles and challenges—but it can also be full of caring individuals dedicated to help meet those challenges. Indeed, the power of community is invaluable in its contributions to the lives of special needs children, and organizations such as Imua Family Services recognize this. The group recently wrapped up its 37th annual Camp … [Read more...] about Reflecting On Camp Imua