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Kihei Fourth Friday Town Parties Seeks Volunteers & Vendors

January 23, 2014 Kihei Fourth Friday Town Parties (K4F) is looking for more volunteers. more »»

Rotary Club of Kihei Sunrise to Host Whale Watch/Snorkel Benefit for Youth Programs

January 23, 2014 The Rotary Club of Kihei Sunrise will host a Whale Watch/Snorkel Trip aboard the Four Winds II sailing vessel on Saturday, Feb. 8, from 1:30 to 5 p.m. more »»

Little Fire Ants Could Be Huge Problem for Maui

January 16, 2014 The Maui Invasive Species Committee (MISC) hosted an informational meeting and film premier on Wednesday, Jan. more »»

Wastewater Rights and Wrongs

January 16, 2014 "The cattle love it--it tastes like corn!” joked Steve Parabicoli about using reclaimed tertiary wastewater for Maui’s thirsty livestock. more »»

WDNA Knows the Number on “Curb Appeal” in Central Kihei

January 16, 2014 KIHEI - Soon, the Waimaha‘iha‘i District--the stretch of about 300 homes between Kukui Mall and Hope Chapel--will get a fresh coat of paint on select street curbs, according to a press release from... more »»

The Speaker Reflects

January 9, 2014 Joe Souki is always a lively interview. more »»

It’s Been a Long Road for Baldwin Avenue Bike Path

January 9, 2014 Longtime Kula resident Warren McCord, 79, wears many hats. He and his family have owned and run the Kula Botanical Garden since 1968. more »»

Councilmember Cochran Introduces Pesticide and GMO Legislation

January 2, 2014 County-level legislation that would require mandatory disclosure of information relating to pesticides and genetically modified crops was introduced on De. more »»

Under the Radar

January 2, 2014 Last week, we reported on stories that made the news in 2013. Starting in the new year, the Maui Weekly nominates three subjects in need of more media attention. 1. more »»

Year-End Wrap: GMOs, Boldface Names & Shark Bites

December 26, 2013 It’s the end of the year again, and after looking back at events that shaped the news--the big, the small, the ridiculous and the sublime--we present our list of top stories for 2013. 1. more »»

Pearl Harbor Revisited

December 19, 2013 Cultural pop-ups have reached the Valley Isle. “Pop-ups,” a popular expression for short-term or spontaneous happenings, are no longer just for food or musical event. more »»

SHAKA Movement Hosts Hawai‘i’s Anti-GMO Superstars

December 19, 2013 Joe Marshalla, representing the SHAKA Movement (Sustainable Hawaiian Agriculture for the Keiki and the ‘Aina), told a packed house at the Pa‘ia Community Center that there are three ways to ask for... more »»

Maui Film Festival Nears 15th Anniversary

December 12, 2013 Maui Film Festival Co-director Stella Rivers is on her way out the door and her husband, Barry, is running just a little late. more »»

Selfie, Twerking & Obamacare

December 12, 2013 “Selfie--a photograph that one has taken of oneself; one typically taken with a smart phone or Webcam and uploaded to a social media Website,” was named word of the year last month by Oxford... more »»

Haleakala Ranch Celebrates 125th Anniversary

December 5, 2013 Haleakala, renowned for its raw beauty and unique scenery, has been the home of Haleakala Ranch for 125 years. more »»

Maui Youth Experts Recommend Investing in Prevention

December 5, 2013 Hawai‘i spends $22.75 per hour to house a youth at Hawai‘i Youth Correctional Facility (HYCF) on O‘ahu and about $11.17 per hour to educate a youth in a public school. more »»

MEO to discuss transit coordination center

December 5, 2013 Maui Economic Opportunity Inc. will host two public stakeholder meetings on Thursday, Dec. more »»

Cane Burning Draws a Crowd to Rep. Ing’s Town Hall Meeting

November 28, 2013 Cane burning, the health consequences and how to bring it to an end were the primary topics discussed at a morning town hall-style gathering hosted by state Rep. Kaniela Ing on Saturday, Nov. 1. more »»

UH System Interim President Visits Maui

November 28, 2013 David Lassner, University of Hawai‘i (UH) system interim president, spoke at a reception hosted by the UH Foundation and the UH Alumni Association on Wednesday, Nov. 20. more »»

‘Precautionary Principle’ Stressed by Dr. Lorrin Pang

November 21, 2013 A standing-room-only crowd of over 150 Maui residents packed the Pa‘ia Community Center to hear a talk by Dr. Lorrin Pang. more »»

 
 
 

 

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