The new sports exhibit shows off some of Lahaina’s Pioneer Mill era sports teams. Come take a step back into Lahaina’s past as Candle Lit Tours return to the Baldwin Home Museum starting Friday, Sept. 4 from 5 – 8 pm, alongside a new, free Pioneer Mill era sports exhibit. The tours and exhibits will be held weekly in conjunction with Friday Night is Art Night. The Candle … [Read more...] about Candle Lit Tour and New Outdoor Exhibits Coming to the Baldwin Home Museum
I am writing to encourage everyone who cares about Hawaii’s oceans and its people’s well-being to learn more about the Moʻomomi Community Based Subsistence Fishing Area (CBSFA) proposal on Molokaʻi and to support it like you would if it was your own backyard. Prior to COVID-19 we were always busy, not spending enough time with our ʻOhana. In our current … [Read more...] about OpEd: Moomomi Community Based Subsistence Fishing Area designation By Edwin “Ekolu” Lindsey
Docent Etina Hafoka points out stones set in a row that are presumed to be the foundation of the Baldwin Home adobe cook house. Photo courtesy LRF Lahaina Restoration Foundation is launching a Baldwin Home Cook House Archeological “Dig” that is slated to begin mid-March at its landmark location in the heart of the historic district in downtown Lahaina on Front Street. Built … [Read more...] about Unearthing Baldwin Home Museum Kitchen
On January 16, after serving Maui for 31 years, the Wharf Cinema Center movie theater shut its doors for good. Following its initial unveiling as Maui’s first multiplex, three-screen theater, the Wharf Cinema Center became a reliable movie house for Lahaina residents. When it opened in the spring of 1989, there were only two other movie theaters on island: the Maui Theater … [Read more...] about Fade to Black: Remembering the Wharf Cinema Center movie theater
Illustration by Ron Pitts I suppose, young lady, that you do believe in God, right? That’s my first guess since you have a big “HE>I” sticker on the back window of the truck you drove when you forced and squeezed your way in front of me as we came to the end of the merge lane going to Lahaina. I pray you do, because if you drive like that often enough, you just might end … [Read more...] about Eh Brah! Trying for a face-to-face with God or what?