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MAUI COMMUNITY ASSOCIATIONS JOIN TO GIVE SOBERING PICTURE OF MAUI FUTURE This is for anyone concerned about such things as population growth and land development. And no, I’m not talking about all the homeowners associations of the island hooking up into one monolithic bloc seeking to standardize rules about house paint colors and how often you mow your lawn all while … [Read more...] about Maui Community Associations Give Sobering View Of Maui Future While County Marches Into The 20th Century
Past Grandma’s Coffee in Keokea, a little ways down the winding road that leads to the unseen parts of the island, is a small park that overlooks everything from Makena to Ma'alaea. It’s the first place with enough space to turn around if you’ve realized you’ve driven too far, and it’s also the site of Sun Yat-sen Park. The park honors Chinese hero Sun Yat-sen, who led a … [Read more...] about Honoring Sun Mei In Keokea
Beer drinking has become a refined tasting affair with the growing popularity of small batch craft brews. Thanks in part to Maui’s own passionate indie-crafters at Maui Brewing Company, American Craft Beer Week has been a boon of events, but none bigger than the Maui Brewers Festival that takes place this Saturday at the Maui Arts and Cultural Center (MACC), which will help … [Read more...] about What You Can Drink At The 2013 Maui Brew Fest At The Maui Arts And Cultural Center
THURSDAY, APRIL 11 BODY & SOIL CONFERENCE – Ma’a Body and Soil Conference is returning for its 11th year. This years it follows the mantra, “As Above So Below.” The three-day festival delves into topics regarding agricultural, holistic practices and its correlation to well-being. Keynote speaker Jerry Brunetti will bring his wealth of knowledge that has helped him through his … [Read more...] about Kimie Miner and Mayjah Rayjah and Body and Soil Conference and Coconut Island