This one goes out to almost all the grocery stores on Maui. How can you sell fruit and veggies this bad? I just wanted a nice tomato for my sandwich. But then I stroll your aisles. Bruised, picked too early, all the way from Mexico, not organic and probably the product of a chemical lab... that's all I see. I finally found one that looked OK but when I got home and cut into it … [Read more...] about Eh Brah! You call this produce?
As a third generation upcountry resident and former head of the non-profit organization Maui Economic Opportunity (MEO), Maui county councilmember Gladys Baisa has always been passionate about her community. After serving 10 years in the Pukalani-Kula-Ulupalakua area residency seat and as current chair of the Water Resources Committee, Baisa plans to retire at the end of this … [Read more...] about Talking story with outgoing Maui County Councilmember Gladys Baisa
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I had a chance to speak with Jairus Cannon last week, following his impressive first place win in the Open Men’s division of the Legends Of The Bay surf contest. Born in California, Jairus moved to Maui when he was 12. He immediately took to surfing at Pavilions, and contests were soon to follow. “I got really into surfing after my first wave," he said. "I knew then that I … [Read more...] about Interview with Maui Surfer Jairus Cannon – February 17, 1998