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Island Attitudes

April 28, 2011 Just off the Pi‘ilani Highway in North Kīhei there’s a pooch named Baby greeting discerning furniture shoppers. more »»

Deacon Wirtz

April 21, 2011 Those who manage to reach their goals against all odds also find deep personal satisfaction. more »»

Green Starts Here

April 14, 2011 Community Work Day Program’s annual Great American Cleanup (GAC) is well underway with events scheduled through May 31. more »»

Maui Girl Makes Good in Hollywood

April 7, 2011 Hollywood, like the siren’s song, beckons with beautiful people, lures with the promise of life in the fast lane, but disguises the dangers waiting to destroy those who come too close. more »»

Mā‘alaea Farmers Market and Craft Fair

March 31, 2011 Last year, Nonie Candelaria paid a visit to Mā‘alaea Harbor to explore possible retail spaces for a business she and friend, Maggie Harjunpaa, had been dreaming up. more »»

Makawao Union Church

March 24, 2011 About to celebrate its 150th anniversary, Makawao Union Church continues to prosper. more »»

Art Maui 2011

March 17, 2011 Art Maui 2011 Juror Hiroki Morinoue has not disappointed in any way. This is an excellent show with some truly wonderful pieces of ar. more »»

A Perfectly Pink Celebration

March 10, 2011 Mana‘olana Pink Paddlers, an organization that includes both cancer survivors and supporters, held a blessing ceremony for their first canoe on Saturday, Feb. 26, at 10 a.m. more »»

Pita Paradise Wailea Bistro

March 3, 2011 Pita Paradise Wailea Bistro is a smart little eatery tucked into the new Wailea Gateway Center. more »»

Ha‘ikū Maui Orchids

February 24, 2011 Tucked away within the lush, tropical slopes of Upcountry, Ha‘ikū Maui Orchids is an exquisite greenhouse where the beauty of science, nature and nurture coalesce to create an exotic,... more »»

For the Sake of Louise

February 17, 2011 With great faith and amazing courage, Maui resident Lilia Lopez-Rahman has written her story of a mother’s triumph over domestic cruelty. more »»

Topaz Goldsmith & Gallery

February 10, 2011 Beloved jewelry is a personal symbol of love, and monetary worth is secondary to the sentimentality of a cherished piece. more »»

Swan Interiors

February 10, 2011 Four months ago in Wailuku, an ugly duckling turned into a swan and now perches on the corner of Vineyard and Church streets, proud as a peacoc. more »»

Maui Makeovers

February 3, 2011 Ever feel like your home or rental is in desperate need of some TLC? Look no further than Maui Makeovers, a licensed design/build construction company that specializes in house and condominium... more »»

Music, Meditation and Munchies

January 27, 2011 Previously the music director (1999-2001) at Maui’s Unity Church, Kula resident Kate Moody has produced five CDs of original music and is the author of two books of music, one a compilation of piano... more »»

Pony Girl

January 20, 2011 Polo has long been associated with high society and royalty. more »»

The Rhythm of Maui Yoga Path

January 13, 2011 Whether on the surface or deep within her soul, a gamut of lessons and experiences has shaped the extraordinary journey of Deni Roman of the Maui Yoga Path. more »»

Calasa Gulch Olive Tree Farm

January 6, 2011 Maui is known worldwide for its pristine sandy beaches, sunny weather, first-class resorts and aloha spirit. more »»

Noteable Persons of 2010

December 30, 2010 For the last few months, the staff at the Maui Weekly has received nominations for the 2010 Person of the Year. When we tallied the votes, we discovered an ironic theme. more »»

Unsung Heroes of 2010

December 30, 2010 Paul Janes-Brown It’s difficult to imagine an arts community on Maui without the likes of ardent advocates such as Paul Janes-Brown Public relations professional Katie... more »»



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