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Tsunami Saturday

March 4, 2010 As Upcountry residents awoke to the 6 a.m. more »»

Where’s My Maui Weekly?

February 25, 2010 “I don’t get the Maui Weekly mailed to my house anymore,” I hear from many Upcountry residents. more »»


February 18, 2010 Biologist Heather Harding is a special soul. When you speak with her, her passion for her work radiates. more »»

Lucky We Live Hawai‘i

February 11, 2010 Poor Haiti. It’s a heartbreaking experience just to view the news about the devastation of one of the poorest countries in the world. The 7.0-magnitude earthquake on Ja. more »»

The Choice is Yours

February 4, 2010 It’s 4 a.m. Every muscle and joint in my body hurts badly. As I lay there in pain, I tried to recall what physical feat I performed the day before to cause such excruciation. more »»


January 28, 2010 How are you spending Valentine’s Day this year? If you’re short on ideas, the American Heart Association (AHA) has an interesting option for you and that special someone. more »»

The Cove

January 21, 2010 There are films that resonate long after the screen goes black. more »»

Wake Up Call

January 14, 2010 It’s the subject of gritty documentary filmmaking and several award-winning Hollywood movies. more »»

It’s All About Me

January 7, 2010 After almost six years of working at the Maui Weekly, I thought it might be nice to introduce myself. I got my start in the newspaper business long, long ago. more »»

New Year’s Day

December 31, 2009 Something miraculous will occur at midnight on Dec. 31. The birth of a new year—giving each of us a fresh start down the road of good intentions. more »»

The Arts of Giving

December 24, 2009 Oh no. It’s here and you’re not done shopping or spreading your good cheer.No need to worry—there’s still time to give and receive joy. more »»

Heart and Sole

December 17, 2009 It’s a busy time of year. Not only are we shopping for gifts and planning parties and holiday meals, some of us are making room for the bounty we will receive. more »»

Aloha in Action

December 10, 2009 The staff at the Maui Weekly is excited about our upcoming end-of-year issue featuring the island’s Person of the Year, Person of the Year Finalists, Unsung Heroes and Hui of the Yea. more »»

A Sobering Thought

December 3, 2009 Whether it’s intentional or not, there’s a good chance that many of us have taken the risk once or twice—maybe even more. more »»

An Attitude of Gratitude

November 26, 2009 For nights unending, when we were younger, my sister and I listened to our scratchy, but beloved, giant vinyl Pollyanna LP. more »»


November 19, 2009 As the boundaries between mainstream media news reporting and commentary continue to blur, the differences deserve some scrutiny. more »»

Good News

November 12, 2009 It seems that good news only becomes newsworthy when there is no bad news to report. more »»

Blue Line Project

November 5, 2009 The people you saw marking the streets and sidewalks with chalk in Kīhei and Kahului on Saturday, Oct. more »»

A Community Investment

October 29, 2009 It may sound cliché, but every time I walk into a youth center, Whitney Houston’s warm anthem, The Children Are Our Future, plays in my mind. more »»

Frightening Facts

October 22, 2009 Due to the layoffs that have raised the unemployment rate to 9.3 percent in Maui County, the number of adults and children who need food assistance has increased by 20 percent over last year. more »»



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