by Dan Collins | Jan 18, 2023 | News
Sometimes the fish wins the tug of war.
by Maui Times | Jan 4, 2023 | Eh BrahAs a native Hawaiian raised on Maui it makes my skin crawl whenever people (who are obviously not from Maui) ask for a kamaʻaina discount. I work as a server in Wailea and it feels like a total slap in the face when they ask. Do they not understand that they moved...
by Jacob Shafer | Nov 29, 2022 | NewsWe’re at the height of humpback whale season, when our annual, seasonal visitors return to Maui to mate and birth their young. The shallow, warm waters between Maui County’s four islands are the largest humpback breeding ground in the northern Pacific. Visitors and...
by Dan Collins | Apr 13, 2022 | NewsSolar installations critical to state’s 100 percent renewable energy goal. By Dan Collins A variety of solar electric projects on Maui are moving forward, decreasing the island’s dependence on imported petroleum. And not a moment too soon, as fuel prices soar and...
by John Starmer | Mar 15, 2022 | News
At best 10% of US plastic waste gets recycled. Another 13% gets burned, sometimes to generate electricity. Most of the remaining plastic is buried in landfills, but each year at least 1 billion pounds of plastic finds its way into our oceans.
by Viola Gaskell | Nov 13, 2021 | DiningTasty Crust, Home of Maui’s ‘World Famous Pancakes!’ More than a thrifty local diner, Tasty Crust is a third-generation Wailuku institution For nearly 65 years, Tasty Crust has been a home away from home for Wailuku residents. A no-frills diner on a semi-industrial...
by Jack Truesdale | Oct 15, 2021 | News
For Hawai‘i residents low on funds, a simple court fee or fine can perpetuate poverty and entrenchment in the criminal justice system.
by Viola Gaskell | Oct 10, 2021 | News
Maui lei makers preserve the authenticity of lei made from their surroundings while hotels import purple orchids by the thousands.
by Viola Gaskell | Sep 15, 2021 | News
AS HOME PRICES SPIKE NATIONWIDE, MAUI FACES THE PEAK OF A SYSTEMIC HOUSING CRISIS. MANY BORN AND RAISED ON-ISLAND ARE LEAVING FOR MORE AFFORDABLE STATES AS AFFLUENT NEWCOMERS BUY PROPERTIES AT RECORD SPEED.