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Pop-Up Dining in Wailuku

July 19, 2012 Pop-up dining, food events that suddenly appear at venues that aren’t necessarily restaurants, are springing up all over the Mainland, and now have “popped up” on Maui. more »»

Canine Massage Therapy

July 12, 2012 Although the International Association of Animal Massage and Body Work (IAAMB) has certified massage therapists in 12 countries around the globe, including North America, South America, Asia, Europe... more »»

Nice Guy Finishes First

July 5, 2012 At just 34 years old, Wailea broker Josh Jerman knows what it means to create real change in a challenging industry. more »»

Akamai Acupuncture

June 28, 2012 Interweaving their multi-therapeutic expertise, Kihei residents Alan and Sara Schroepfer provide a valuable contribution to our community. more »»

Maui’s Superwoman

June 28, 2012 Kali Herrera is the commissioner of youth for Maui County, but how she got there is an inspiring story of persistence and hard work. Herrera’s life hasn’t been easy. more »»

“Reel Time” at the 2012 Maui Film Festival

June 21, 2012 The 2012 Maui Film Festival represented its adolescence well this year, celebrating its twelfth birthday with a lineup of more than 40 adventurous, edgy and life-affirming films. more »»

The Highest Thoughts

June 14, 2012 Ever wonder what your life would be like if you lived your highest thoughts? That question led Kihei resident Paul Gangnier to start The Highest Thoughts Company in 2008. more »»

East Meets West at Chris Cannon Wellness

June 7, 2012 Chris Cannon’s first love is Chinese herbal medicine (CHM). more »»

Shepherd Veterinary Clinic

May 31, 2012 Kihei Veterinarian Dr. Diane Shepherd was recently named president-elect of the Hawai‘i Veterinary Medical Association (HVMA)--a well-deserved honor, since Dr. more »»

Animals Help Humans at the Leilani Farm Sanctuary

May 31, 2012 Ever wonder why it’s easier to talk to your pet than it is to other humans sometimes? Unlike the complex verbal, physical and behavioral communications we experience with people in our everyday... more »»

Marti Kluth

May 24, 2012 Filled with music and a great love for Maui, Kihei resident Marti Kluth enjoys sharing her incredible talent and vitality with the community. more »»

Chef Marc of Makena

May 17, 2012 The Maui County Farm Bureau (MCFB) and some of the island’s top chefs have partnered with Whole Foods Market Kahului for a six-part “Grown on Maui” Chef Demo Series. more »»

South Maui Bicycles

May 10, 2012 South Maui Bicycles (SMB), “The biggest little bike shop in the Pacific,” recently celebrated 21 years of wheeling and dealing bikes and riding accessories in Kihei. more »»

Hawaiian Petroglyphs

May 3, 2012 Countless people throughout Hawai‘i recognize that the true future of the islands stems from its pas. more »»

‘Wow!’

April 26, 2012 The Art of Trash opened its 12th edition at Maui Mall last Friday, April 20. The show, which started on Maui in 1996, took a few years off, when Maui County stopped sponsoring it in 2004. more »»

Ideas Blossom at 2012 STEM Conference

April 19, 2012 Set against stunning Maui ocean views and cool sea breezes, the third annual Hawai‘i Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Conference drew more than 200 students from 16 intermediate and... more »»

Healing With Chi

April 12, 2012 Over 26 years ago, Sherry Remez spontaneously began to sense the pain in others’ bodies, feeling their energy field through her hands. more »»

Maui Intersection Church

April 5, 2012 Many people say that the heart can be measured by a person’s thoughts, words and deeds. That being said, ordained ministers Matt and Lei Jim unquestionably do the work of the heart--the Lord’s work. more »»

Goats and Chickens

March 29, 2012 Mark and Leah Damon live and work on an idyllic four-acre property in Kula known as the Maui Bee Farm. more »»

Opportunity Knocks

March 22, 2012 The latest policy brief from the Alliance for Excellent Education (AEE), a national policy, research and advocacy organization, shows how “improving Hawai‘i’s graduation rates could boost the economy. more »»

 
 
 

 

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