To the guy I saw tossing his rubbish into his neighbors’ yard while they were at work, and not even in a bag: How you think this gonna end, brah? Hopefully with some lickens for you and a lesson learned. There’s bad neighbors and then there’s you. Shame…
From broke da mout edibles to unique wearables to handcrafted furniture and much more, these are things being made on Maui, by Mauians. That’s worth supporting, during the holidays and every day
The environment. Pets. The hungry. The houseless. The keiki. The kupuna. Maui is full of charities and nonprofits doing important work, and they all need your help
I am 87 years old and have never smoked. What bothers me most is when I see drivers or passengers not using their ashtrays
It’s not about how or for whom you vote. It’s about being informed—and participating.
People use Maui Nui as their part-time playground. It’s nice, I understand. Good place to stash a getaway. But for those of us who live here and love it year-round, why not use those houses for the homeless?
Getting too close—and definitely touching them—is against federal law and can land your clueless okole in serious trouble.
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