The Lahaina Town Action Committee is seeking sponsors and donors ahead of its annual Fourth of July celebration, which includes the well-known firework show on Front Street. The organization, which also hosts Halloween in Lahaina, Banyan Tree Lighting, Second Fridays, and the Whale and Ocean Arts Festival, is seeking at least $50,000 to cover the July 4th celebration’s cost and … [Read more...] about Lahaina Town Action Committee Seeks Support and Sponsors
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Before he left, our former editor Anthony Pignataro gave me this advice: Follow more people on Twitter. He said he’d been intentionally doing this for the last year or two, following accounts from active Native Hawaiians, people of color, women, and other marginalized voices, and that the diversity of their perspectives influenced his views on a number of issues. I’ve … [Read more...] about Happy Independence Day?
The United States Independence Day commemorates the adoption of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776. Referred to as the Fourth of July, Maui celebrates with fireworks, entertainment, food, parades, games, activities and more. Hau‘oli la ‘eha o Iulai! West Maui FLEETWOOD'S ON FRONT STREET - Wed. Jul 4. Sharing some island soul, I-Drive from Lana‘i is … [Read more...] about What’s Maui doing to celebrate the Fourth of July?
By the editors at Andrews McMeel OH, CANADA What could go wrong? Canadian company Bad Axe Throwing announced in June it is bringing its unusual entertainment concept to Denver. It’s “like darts, but on steroids,” says founder Mario Zelaya. Customers provide their own food and beer and learn how to throw axes at targets. “We’ll be bringing along the competitive league side as … [Read more...] about NOTW: Competitive axe throwing, senseless raccoon attacks and illegal lobsters
When the young mother of two set sail with her husband for the South Pacific in 1979, she had no idea that one day she’d work at preserving Lahaina’s rich cultural heritage. After marrying a man from Hawaii who owned a sailboat, the family decided to sail from California to the South Pacific. But she never made it to the far reaches of the Pacific. The woman jumped ship with … [Read more...] about Here’s why Lahaina Restoration Foundation’s Theo Morrison is one of Maui’s hardest working people