In case you were wondering, some of Maui’s richest and most powerful landowners and developers had lunch together on the afternoon of Friday, Feb. 24. Peter Martin, Charlie Jencks, Everett Dowling–they were all there at the Maui Country Club in Spreckelsville, eating turkey and ham sandwiches with green salad and listening with rapt attention to […]
There are a few big-time famous musicians who spend enough of their lives on Maui that we can safely call them residents–Pat Benatar, Steven Tyler, Mick Fleetwood–but few have the style, class and sheer historical import of Willie Hugh Nelson, who owns a home in Spreckelsville. He’s been a legend in country music for many decades, […]
The Kaunoa Senior Center presents a Tai Chi for Arthritis workshop this Thursday. There, seniors can learn various Tai Chi exercises with certified instructors. Using Dr. Pal Lam’s methods, attendants will practice their flexibility, muscle strength and balance. This has been shown to increase heart/lung activity, prevent falls and improve posture. Must call to register. 8:30am-12:30pm. Kaunoa […]
A potluck picnic lunch in Spreckelsville sure sounds nice, huh? More than the makings for a swell Saturday, it’s the starts of the Sierra Club’s annual meeting. Add to the fellowship a noontime panel discussion themed “Sharing the Water,” and a feel-good awards ceremony for three of Maui’s do-gooders, and you’re afternoon is set.
In almost every surf interview for Maui Time, Lloyd Ishimine’s name has come up as a positive influence. His pure enthusiasm and contributions to surfing are what has helped elevate the quality of the sport. He was born on Oahu, where he lived until five, and then the family made the move to Maui. He […]