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A Poem a Day

December 9, 2010 Just returning from the largest poetry event in North America, I have barely come down from the poetry heaven I just experience. more »»

A Christmas Prescription

December 2, 2010 Just as I’m putting the finishing touches on my plans to make my annual trek to the beach before year’s end, retailers are removing their displays of Halloween costumes and candy, replacing them wit... more »»

Get an Arts Education!

November 25, 2010 Community support for arts education is particularly important on Maui in recent years, as many of our local schools have eliminated the programs due to financial constraints. more »»

A Christmas Story

November 18, 2010 When Bill Valle was living in Florida, the Lions Club’s Santa provided the local elementary school with an assortment of small gifts the students could purchase for only 25 cents each for their... more »»

Feed My Sheep

November 11, 2010 As economic hardships continue on some level for us all, many who live below the poverty line—the unemployed, or those who are struggling to support a household on minimum wages—are forced to choose... more »»

Election 2010

November 4, 2010 Going to press on Mondays each week makes reporting on time-sensitive Tuesday events very difficult—and that always includes election results. more »»

Lackluster Lahainaween

October 28, 2010 The glitz and glam of Front Street in Lahaina on Halloween night seems to have lost its allure. more »»

For All Mankind

October 21, 2010 It’s a living nightmare. A family secret. A hidden crime. When it comes to domestic violence, many are ashamed—or too afraid—to talk about it. more »»

A Moveable Feast

October 14, 2010 A couple thousand years ago, a doctor named Luke said we should invite the hungry to our feasts. more »»

Nominate Your Candidate

October 7, 2010 You may not choose a winner when voting for our politicians this year, but the Maui Weekly is making a special effort to let you nominate your own candidates for our special end-of-year features. more »»

I Dig It

September 30, 2010 His name was Thorn. I was ten years old when I spotted him at the county fair, and after a few ring tosses, he was mine. more »»

Golden Aloha

September 23, 2010 When I was younger, one of my nicknames was Rapunzel—seemingly due to my long, golden locks and my love for classic literature. more »»

A New Day With Neil

September 16, 2010 Former U.S. Rep. Neil Abercrombie recently shared a portion of his extensive economic recovery plan with the Maui Weekly. more »»

Hungry for Answers

September 9, 2010 Food security? What does that mean? Assuming you have the cash or credit, all it takes is a trip to the big box store to replenish bare cupboards, right? Wrong. more »»

Tuesday with Mufi

September 2, 2010 Former Honolulu Mayor Mufi Hannemann reflected on the past and shared some of his thoughts for the future with the Maui Weekly’s editorial staff (see front page story) on Tuesday, Aug. 24. more »»

‘I Need Work’

August 26, 2010 The good news is, unemployment claims on Maui have decreased almost 17 percent since this time last year. more »»

Why Bother?

August 19, 2010 In 1972, the voting booth door opened for a new group of citizens, with the ratification of the twenty-sixth amendment to the U.S. Constitution, which gave 18-year-olds the right to vot. more »»

Aloha Kōkua

August 12, 2010 We have all been victims at some point in our lives. Whether it was physically, emotionally or financially—and frequently due to circumstances beyond our control. more »»


August 5, 2010 The Plastic Bag Reduction Ordinance introduced by County Councilmember Michael Molina that was in its infancy in 2007 is coming of age. more »»

Growing Concerns

July 29, 2010 America’s food is in a state of crisis. Although we pay less to feed ourselves than in most other countries, the dollars we save are often spent for medical expense. more »»



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