What’s with all the Chickens on Maui?

by Dr. Jim Carey If Disney did chickens, they’d be Maui chickens. Arrogant, independent, decidedly territorial, and, OK, cocky, Maui’s 20,000 or so chickens – I can’t imagine who’s counting – Maui’s chickens rank right up there with snorkeling trips and luaus as tourist magnets, and are the scourge of locals wanting to sleep in. […]

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Maui on Lockdown

Since I only live 1/2 a block from the beach, I did the allowed thing today - I left the house for exercise, and walked the beach. OMG! I was ALL ALONE! This has NEVER happened before! A mile of beach, north and south of where I was in the photos - all to myself! [...]
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Lucky Lindy’s Life on Maui

Other pilots had crossed the Atlantic already, but in 1927 Charles Lindbergh made the first solo nonstop flight across the Atlantic Ocean. His flight made him famous and loved in American and Europe, but it was in the middle of the Pacific where he found his home. After his historic flight and the tragic kidnapping [...]
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Photos of Huialoha Church, and Map

Huialoha Church, Mokulau, near Kaupo, East Maui. The road to Hana, far side of Maui.
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Women Helping Women “Women Leaders, Then & Now” Anniversary Gala

Women Helping Women Maui hosts its 23rd anniversary gala, “Wahine Alakaʻi – Women Leaders, Then & Now” on Sunday, March 8, 2020 from 5 to 8:30 p.m. at the King Kamehameha Golf Club. The celebration includes a dinner buffet, silent auction and program honoring survivors and heroes. Entertainment will be provided by Amy Hānaialiʻi. The […]

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Alaska Air Announces $99 One-Way Fares to Hawaii

Alaska Airlines announced a $99 one-way fare sale taking place March 3 to March 5 for travel between Hawai‘i and California. Most of the airline’s HI-CA routes are included in this sale. Sample Fares Los Angeles to Maui: Starting at $99 one-way San Jose to Kona/Honolulu/Maui/Kaua‘i: Starting at $99 one-way Sale Dates:  March 3, 2020 at 12 a.m. […]

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Exhibit Tells The History of Japanese WW2 Internment on Maui

Photo: No. 910 Barracks at Honouliuli Internment Camp. R. H. Lodge photos from AR 19 Archival Collection. Photo credit: Japanese Cultural Center of Hawai‘i – Resource Center – Historical Photographs collection. A new exhibit at the Nisei Veterans Memorial Center explores the history of Japanese internment on Maui. The exhibit, “Internment: Stories from Maui,” features […]

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MACC to Host ArT=Mixx

Live performance at Maui’s last ArT=Mixx, May 9, 2018. PC: MACC. Maui Arts & Cultural Center’s popular ArT=Mixx series, a fusion of performing and visual arts elaborating on ideas in the current exhibit in Schaefer International Gallery will be held on Feb. 1. This yearʻs ArT=Mixx is named “ENCHANTED,” and ties into the gallery’s current exhibit, [...]
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40th Annual Maui Whale Festival

Run & Walk For The Whales February 1 The annual Run & Walk for Whales takes place on Saturday, Feb. 1, from 7 to 11 a.m. at the Maui Harbor Shops. The event kicks off the Pacific Whale Foundation’s month-long 40th Anniversary Maui Whale Festival. Designed for all ages and abilities, the Run & Walk [...]
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Maui Humane Society to Host Movie Night Fundraiser

In an effort to raise money to care for homeless animals, the Maui Humane Society will be hosting a night at the movies fundraiser. The evening will feature the film “Life in the Doghouse” as well as two short films. There will also be a silent auction of a variety of art as well as [...]
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Henry Kapono, Hawaiian-Style Band to Perform at the MACC

Henry Kapono. Courtesy photo. Continuing Henry Kapono’s Artist 2 Artist music/talk-story series at the Maui Arts & Cultural Center, this week’s edition will feature the unique Hawaiian-Style Band. Conceptualized in the 90s as a ‘revolving band,’ HSB has included the musical synergy of more than 50 musicians and producers over the course of three albums. In [...]
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Hirono Joins in Introducing Extinction Prevention Act to Protect Pacific Island Plants

Senator Hirono plants a native ohai tree during a visit to Lyon Arboretum in August 2018. US Senator Mazie Hirono joined colleagues in introducing a bill to protect endangered and threatened Pacific Island plants, North American butterflies, Eastern freshwater mussels, and Southwest desert fish. According to Sen. Hirono, Hawaiʻi is home to more than 350 […]

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Grammy Award Winner Kalani Pe’a Performs at The Shops at Wailea Jan. 15

“No ‘Ane‘i” is the title of Kalani Pe‘a’s sophomore album, which translates to “We belong here.” File Photo By: Antonio Agosto courtesy The Shops at Wailea The Shops at Wailea welcomes back two-time Grammy Award-winning Kalani Pe’a for a live performance on Wednesday, Jan. 15. The complimentary concert will take place at the main Fountain […]

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