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Saving Face

October 13, 2011 Stepping out of the strong mid-day sun on a hot South Shore day and into the intimate, softly lit reception room of the Face Place is a first respite and the introduction to an extremely relaxing,... more »»

The Piano Lady

October 6, 2011 For Suzie Bell, the piano has always been more than just a musical instrument. And her keys to the mysteries of sonic space aren’t only those that you touch with the pads of your fingertips. more »»

Gold Buyers In Paradise

September 29, 2011 All that glisters is not gold…,” wrote William Shakespeare in his 16th century play, The Merchant of Venic. more »»

Maui Jazz & Blues Festival

September 22, 2011 Stemming from African culture and the howls and hollers heard during the cotton-picking days in the South, America was blessed with the creation of the blues. more »»

Sweet Success

September 15, 2011 Honeybees may be in trouble on a national scale, but hives are thriving at Mark and Leah Damon’s farm in Kula. more »»

Art ’n’ Soul Maui

September 8, 2011 Maui’s Beth Marcil, a widely recognized painter and mixed-media artist, is also an educator who loves the creative proces. more »»

Kīhei Automotive Repair & Service

September 1, 2011 It was a bit like being on the set of The Odd Couple when I interviewed Kīhei Automotive Repair & Service proprietors David Gamberdell and Eric Bowser. more »»

Island Window Coverings & Upholstery

August 25, 2011 Chuck and Lisa Burke, owners of Island Window Coverings & Upholstery in Kīhei, have built a business reputation based on expertise and superb customer service. more »»

Haiku Contest Winners

August 18, 2011 The Maui Weekly received over 40 excellent haiku about beautiful Upcountry Maui. more »»

Day of the Dolphin Children

August 11, 2011 In the tender young lives of Kai Sweet and Marlow Lametrie, the day had dawned with special magic. more »»

Dumpster Diving 101

August 4, 2011 Scuba diving, sky diving, dumpster diving—they all take us where humans were never meant to be. more »»

Meterorite Maid

July 28, 2011 Kīhei resident and Kahului Public Library Children’s Librarian Tracy Latimer may have her feet planted firmly on the ground, but her eyes have always been focused on the sky. more »»

Tropical Trenz

July 21, 2011 The first thing you notice when you step through the doors of Tropical Trenz, Kim Jones’ new hair, nail and skin care salon, is how good it feels to be there. more »»

Endangered Pieces

July 14, 2011 Would you like to shop the world without paying for the airfare? With Asian, Balinese and tropical to European and contemporary collections, Maui resident David Ross invites you to visit his... more »»

Napua Lani Wax & Skincare Studio

July 7, 2011 Between superfluous salon visits for spiral curl perms and assorted eyebrow-plucking tutorials during my youth, my mother always said, “You gotta suffer to be beautiful. more »»

Maui’s Renaissance Man

June 30, 2011 Hawai‘i native Chris Williams has chosen the intriguing and challenging pathways through lif. more »»

Makawao School Goes Platinum

June 23, 2011 The Makawao Elementary School building on Baldwin Avenue opened its doors to its first group of students in 1936, and 75 years later, still proudly continues its Upcountry educational role. more »»

Paul the Pirate

June 16, 2011 I first met Paul Dahlquist several years ago while I was sitting in the Stopwatch Sportsbar & Grill enjoying a pau hana beer. He sat down next to me, we exchanged a few words and said our goodbyes. more »»

Hairstyles by Noe

June 9, 2011 Noe Gilo’s story is one of vision and determination. more »»

Kula Botanical Garden

June 2, 2011 Located at a 3,300-foot elevation on the slopes of Haleakalā, Kula Botanical Garden celebrated its 40th anniversary last month. more »»



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