Better take it easy brah, you driving way too mental for anyone's good. I came to a stop on Kaahumanu because there was a woman and her baby in a stroller crossing the street. There was plenty time to stop but you still acted all nuts. Think honking and giving me (and the mother and her baby) the finger gonna make anything better? Better to take some deep breaths. Yea, she … [Read more...] about Eh Brah! No get nuts!
THURSDAY, JULY 4 ALL-AMERICAN AFTERNOON – Celebrate the Fabulous 4th of July at the Queen Ka’ahumanu Center for festive music, prizes and a sidewalk sale. The Boys & Girls Club of Maui will lead keiki crafts center stage and entertainment includes live performances from K Manu, Native Gems, a summertime salute to Roy Orbison with John Stephan and the Maui All Star Cheer Team. … [Read more...] about Lahaina Fireworks and Makawao Parade and Kit Kat Club and Maui Thing Turns Five
THURSDAY, JUNE 13 MAGICIAN TIMOTHY WENK – Gather the keiki and head over to the Kahului Public Library for an afternoon featuring Magician Timothy Wenk. Keiki five and older will be dazzled when they experience the wonders of Wenk. Cards, flowers and rope tricks await the kids and a lucky few will be able to assist in the show. Take a break from the outdoor heat and cool off … [Read more...] about Magician Timothy Wenk and Taste of Chocolate and Night of Shooting Stars and Rock The Bars
THURSDAY, SEPT. 13 AN EVENING WITH ASTRONAUT LEROY CHIAO – Maui Economic Development Board (MEDB) will celebrate their 30th anniversary by holding a series of lectures on innovation. On Thursday, Astronaut Leroy Chiao will kick it all off with a presentation on his space flight experiences. Chiao holds a PhD in chemical engineering and visited space four times in his career. … [Read more...] about Astronaut Leroy Chiao and Power Up Comedy Anniversary and Richard Hoopii Falsetto Contest and Aikido
By Anthony Pignataro and Anu Yagi In her sprawling 2006 book Rough Riders: Hawai‘i’s Paniolo and their Stories, author Ilima Loomis (who also reports for The Maui News) told the story of Eloise Taniguchi, who grew up on Kipukai Ranch on Kauai and “resolved from an early age that she would never marry a cowboy.” Life in Hawaii is rarely so simple, however, and Eloise eventually … [Read more...] about Hawaiian Lovers In History And Mythology