Hula & Slack Key Show
Maui Jam Band and Hula Alapa`i I Malu Ulu `O Lele
Eh Brah: Hero Wahine
This is for the young wahine who scooped up my toddler as he was waddling toward the waves in South Maui while my back was turned. You might have saved his life
March Letters to the Editor
While I found your recent cover story [“Visitor Quality Over Quantity,” March 2023] interesting, I resent the notion that wealthier tourists equal “quality”
Hospital Strikes is for All Maui Workers
“The workers united will never be defeated,” the picket line chant goes.
Kumu Leihua’s Lessons
The words ‘I cannot’ don’t exist in her classroom—or her life
Green Issue 2023
“Green is the prime color of the world, and that from which itʻs loveliness arises.”
—Pedro Calderón de la Barca
Maui’s Soil Power
Whatʻs ‘greenest’ is actually brownish-black
Cannabis Legalization Languishes
But the cannabis task force points to a green future
Pili Pū (Get Involved)
A brief guide to Maui’s community environmental stewards
Maui’s Marine Protected Areas
Is Something Fishy Going On?
Hawaiʻi History Through Food!
Kō Restaurant’s Chef Aris Aurelio Carries on a Maui Legacy
Can Maui-Made Series ‘Moku Moku’ Become a Streaming Success?
Highly anticipated Makawao-set series is a local labor of love
Foundation Created in Memory of Fallen Maui Firefighter
His family and friends have a launched a foundation and website where you can donate and get updates on upcoming community events in his honor
Maui girl takes Hawaiʻi State Championship in Gymnastics
Alyssa Bogouslavski, born and raised on Maui, placed 1st overall in the state Gymnastics competition on Sunday, March 26 in Honolulu (Moanalua High School). She competed in Xcel Silver category and also placed 1st in floor, bar and vault. “I am proud to represent...
Rise of the Balloons From Hawaiʻi Island
A pair of balloons will launch today (Thursday, March 23) from Hawai’i Island
Mayor Bissen Delivers First State of the County Address
Maui Mayor Richard Bissen delivered his first state of the county address on the lawn at the Kalana O Maui Building on Tuesday. The assembled crowd, seated on metal folding chairs, featured multiple councilmembers and other current and past local officials, such as...
Sen. Schatz Spearheads E-Bike Rebate Bill
Good news for electric bike riders: On Tuesday, Hawai’i senior Sen. Brian Schatz introduced legislation that would offer a tax credit of up to $1,500 for e-bikes
OHA Offering $9 million in Grants
The Office of Hawaiian Affairs is offering more than $9 million in grants “to strengthen ʻohana (family), moʻomeheu (culture) and ʻāina (land) connections,” the agency announced
Another Boat Runs Aground on Maui
For the second time in as many months, a vessel has run aground on Maui shores. In March, the 56-foot motor boat broke loose from its moorings and grounded in Lāhainā near the Hauola birthing stone. The state Department of Land and Natural Resources took control of...
National Long-Sleeve Shirts Drive for Farmworkers
New or lightly used long-sleeve shirts are being collected for farmworkers from March 24 to 31 by Maui Economic Opportunity’s National Farmworker Jobs Program (NFJP). The Nat’l Long Sleeve Shirt Drive, organized nationally by the Association of Farmworker...