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"The Weekly Dish" March 9

March 9, 2012 - Trisha Smith
Get into the groove with your Maui community through "The Weekly Dish" radio show.

Snooze too much this stormy Friday morning? No worries! You can listen here!

Discover the latest community news and views on Maui's most vivacious talk show, "The Weekly Dish" on KAOI! Click on the first link below, and listen to this morning's jam-packed edition of the fun and informative radio program everyone is buzzing about.

Scroll through the photos and links here for more details on today's highlights, including our visit from Anne Ku of the University of Hawai'i Maui College and the Maui Electric Vehicle Alliance. The eco-conscious group held a blessing today for the new power station outlet installed in Kihei, within the Foodland plaza.

We were also privileged to chat with some great folks from the Maui AIDS Foundation, including my girl Dana Nitti, whom has been working hard to organize the caring group's upcoming benefit at the King Kamehameha Golf Club next Friday, March 16. Rachel G and her lil dog too, Miss Conquistadora, called in to deliver some wellness during the Body Alive Yoga and Movement Studio segment. (Visit www.bodyaliveyoga.com for much more on this hip and healing studio in the heart of Wailuku.) Also, Groovy Shawn Michael and I found ourselves delivering weather reports and road closures during our program, as torrential storms have swept the isles recently. We were also stoked to welcome back our dear friend and arts & theatre guru, Paul Janes-Brown, as he returns from surgery on O'ahu. (He's healing just fine!)

We enjoyed delivering some of the good-and bad-news from the Maui Weekly, and discussed some of the isle's finest small business establishments, including Wailuku Coffee Company, Ambrosia Martini Lounge and Stella Blues. (Happy birthday to Kale of Stellas!)

And we didn't hold back while discussing a recent contentious community issue. Please make it to the Liquor Commission's upcoming meeting regarding the entertainment ban in "The Barmuda Triangle" after 10 p.m. Read my editorial via the link provided here, and decide if you have a place at this Wednesday's meeting, which starts after 9 a.m., with a public hearing most likely taking place after 10 a.m. within the LC Conference Room off Kaohu Street in Wailuku. Learn more via the petition link as well, and take a stand against this ridiculous and costly proposal. Our music scene is not the problem behind Kihei's drunkenness problems. It's not fair that so many's livelihoods will suffer...

Don't forget that TONIGHT Owaila invades Three's in Kihei with their sonic pleasures, launching the evening off with an acoustic opening set from its guitarists Chad Kaya and Ryan Rego. Music starts at 10 p.m., like most rad shows begin on this isle...

Thanks for listening every Friday morning on KAOI 1110Am&96.7Fm after 7:05 a.m. We love serving "The Weekly Dish-a delight recipe for Maui's community and entertainment news. Keep it real, Maui. Aloha!"

 
 

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