Japan is one of the countries that has influenced modern Hawaiian culture the most. It has particularly deep roots here, and you can see a reflections of that all over Maui. Many Hawaii residents have relatives in Japan, some close and some distant.… Continue Reading
The Maui Economic Development Board (MEDB) will be holding a symposium on Maui's green work force development on Wednesday, March 30th at the Malcolm Center in Kihei.
If you are familiar with Maui's energy needs, you'll know there is an ongoing push to harness more affordable… Continue Reading
The Hawaii State Chapter of the Red Cross is holding an online auction from now until Sunday, March 20th. The proceeds will go to their operations. Their cause is certainly worthy, as they have done great work for the community, especially in recent months.
The Red Cross… Continue Reading
‘Meditation In Green’ Medium: sculptured plastic containers
When the bell rings from the shadows light springs forth to spark hearts and minds. The set changes, the eternal dance renews. 2011 marks the 33rd Annual ART MAUI exhibit at the Schaefer International Gallery located at… Continue Reading
If you've been keeping up with the news on Hawaii's visitor industry, then you must be aware that both arrivals and spending have been climbing for some time now. Information on arrivals comes from the airlines, and when they report success, it's a good sign… Continue Reading
The Maui Choral Arts Association (MCAA) and Director Celia Canty will be presenting the annual Maui Choral Festival, Lei of Stars, from March 17th-19th. Dr. Donald Neuen is the special guest conductor, and he is the Professor of Music and Director of Choral Activities at UCLA.
Performers will include… Continue Reading