Thirteen buzz-worthy autumn films you (probably) won‘t want to miss.
Written by Laura Eason and directed by Ricky Jones, “Sex With Strangers” tells the story of a May-September romance between two writers who meet not-quite-accidentally at a snowed-in bed and breakfast in rural Michigan.
For some, the lockdown was a respite, where we honed our gardening skills or finally baked the perfect loaf of sourdough. But for others whose livelihoods depend on tourism, it was more of an Orwellian nightmare.
Cinephiles rejoice: The Maui Film Festival will celebrate its 22nd year with a slate of notable films and honorees, July 6-10 at the Maui Arts and Cultural Center’s A&B Amphitheater, with streaming options available.
Last March, a beached whale on the rocky shore of Kahului Harbor near Kanaloa Avenue captured the attention of visitors and local residents.
The seven men of Wailuku-based Halau Kekuaokala’au’ala’iliahi won top honors in all three categories of dance at the 59th Annual Merrie Monarch Festival.
In a departure from Hawaiian tradition, which dictates that falsetto singing contests are a man’s domain, Hana resident Lahela Lee Park was named the winner of the inaugural Carmen Hulu Lindsey Leo Ha‘iha‘i Falsetto Contest.