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Ma‘alaea Art and Craft Fair

March 18, 2014 Capturing the true essence of Maui in an open-air setting, the Art and Craft Fair at Ma‘alaea Harbor, located in the Harbor Shops in Ma‘alaea, offers a variety of island art, woodcarving, tapa,... more »»

Ready to Move In!

March 11, 2014 [Advertorial] Building your dream home in Hawai‘i has never been easier. more »»

‘The Play’s the Thing’

February 27, 2014 ProArts’ production of “The Play’s the Thing,” P.G. more »»

A Massage Therapist on a Mission

February 20, 2014 Recognized for its therapeutic and healing benefits, Radiant Massage and Wellness in Kihei is the perfect antidote to sore, aching muscles. more »»

New Image of Fitness

January 23, 2014 Almost every New Year’s resolution includes the vow to lose a few pounds, shape up, eat healthier, get more exercise and take better care of yourself. more »»

Help Me, Rhonda! [an Advertisement]

January 16, 2014 [Advertisement] Tax season is upon us. On Jan. 31, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) will begin processing individual tax returns, with a deadline to file by April 1. more »»

Painting Peace

December 12, 2013 Inspired by the beauty of paradise found in her island home, Maui resident and artist Nadine Ramelb draws daily from its “continuous beauty. more »»

Healthy and Well-Adjusted

December 5, 2013 It is said by many in the chiropractic field that because of the failure to emphasize prevention of disease instead of treatment of disease, “there is a monumental healthcare crisis in this countr. more »»

A Cup of Cold Water

November 28, 2013 Last month, A Cup of Cold Water (ACCW), A Community Care Van, took its first run following a Sunday morning service and blessing at Trinity-by-the-Sea Episcopal Church in Kihei. more »»

For the Love of Yoga

November 21, 2013 “Yoga, the union of mind, body and spirit, is for everyone,” said Deni Roman, owner of Maui Yoga Path, where she is a certified Iyengar Yoga instructor with over 35 years of experience. more »»

Endangered Birds Nest Safely in Olinda

November 14, 2013 The last time the Maui Bird Conservation Center (MBCC) made history was Nov. 26, 2004, when the last known po‘ouli took its last breath in the center’s infirmary. more »»

What Are We Eating?

November 7, 2013 The question of whether food derived from genetically modified (GM) crops should be labeled has been a topic of intense debate. more »»

An Expert on Rude

October 31, 2013 It seems many people are unhappy with Maui Electric (MECO). Their residential customers caught in PV limbo are unhappy. more »»

Happy Howl-O-Ween

October 31, 2013 Maui Weekly readers were invited to participate in our Eighth Annual Halloween Pet Costume Contes. more »»

Be ‘Vein’ About Your Health

October 24, 2013 New statistics show that it is time to rethink varicose veins or any problems causing pain and discomfort in the legs. more »»

Politics and Food

October 17, 2013 When I saw the enormous amount of food carried into Bob Nakasone’s election night party in 1976, it was my first wakeup call that food and politics were synonymous in the local electoral process. more »»

Politics Hawai‘i-Style

October 10, 2013 I got interested in Hawai‘i politics around 1970 in San Francisco when my husband, Dan, worked on a political campaign film to re-elect then-Hawai‘i Gov. Jack Burns. more »»

Sculpting the Future

October 3, 2013 Kihei resident Leslie Mullens, president of PlayBook Consulting Group, is one of 15 Hawai‘i residents tapped for the Omidyar Fellows program 2013-14 cohort. more »»

Kihei Welcomes Fall With Gail Swanson, Hot Apple Pie & Maui 8 Track Players

September 26, 2013 Come to the South Shore for Kihei Fourth Friday Town Party on Sept. 27, from 6 to 9 p.m. at Azeka Shopping Center-Mauka, the “heart and soul” of Kihei. more »»



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