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Clean Energy For Maui

Hippie’s Dream

October 6, 2011 In the newest installment of “Make Love, Not War,” the U.S. military has ordered a billion dollars worth of solar panel installations. more »»

Kayak Talkin'

Whining, Dining and Opining

September 30, 2014 Whining 1. In the “some things never change” department, thousands of residents and tourists on our beautiful island continue waking up to breathe in the toxic fumes from the burning cane fields. more »»


Deadline Nears for South Side Slam Poetry Contest

August 17, 2012 Express your thoughts about, and hopes, dreams and desires for South Maui in the Maui Weekly’s first annual poetry contest. Winning submissions will be published in the Aug. 30–Sept. more »»



Fundraisers, Volunteers and Benefits


George Fontaine Representing You

Government That Works - Gov. Neil Abercrombie

Kihei Automotive Tip of the Week

Mahele - To Share - Councilman Don Couch

County Seeks Input on South Maui Gym Plans

May 30, 2013 A new gymnasium is being planned for Kihei as part of an expansion proposal for the South Maui Community Park. more »»

Maui Business

Maui Skyz

Summer Solstice

June 23, 2011 The star that we’re orbiting is visible in our sky longer now than at any other point in our yearly journey around it. more »»

Paws & Reflect - Maui Humane Society

Planning for Success

Rotary on Maui

School Days

Educational Opportunity Center Helps Community Organizations Get Maui Residents Into College

November 30, 2011 Community organizations trying to help Maui County residents reach their higher education goals shouldn’t miss the Educational Opportunity Center’s Kick-Off Celebration Thursday. De. more »»


Spiritual Activist to Speak on Maui

November 24, 2011 The Studio Maui has announced Marianne Williamson’s 2011 Hawai‘i tour. Several public events are being offered in both Honolulu and Maui, between Nov. 22 and 26. more »»

Straight Talk from the Capitol

Regular Legislative Session is Pau

May 26, 2011 On May 5, the gavel came down on 2011’s regular legislative session—a challenging one because of continuing budget deficits, but rewarding because some very solid legislation was passed to:more »»

The Coach's Success Toolbox

Zero to Hero Conversion Rates

February 23, 2012 When you read and hear the word “conversion,” many things may come to mind. For example, conversion is a financial term, as in conversion rate. more »»

Voices of Maui: Beyond the Beach

Hoaloha Na ‘Ehā

June 2, 2011 With sugar in decline and pineapple barely holding its own, what homegrown, home- operated company has been the biggest success story since multitudes of tourists began flocking here in the 1960s?more »»

With Aloha


February 24, 2011 We have all had the experience of grief over the death of a loved one. We’ve all been to funerals and either know what the procedure is when someone dies, or how to find out. more »»

Book Review

Ask the Mayor

Ask the Mayor

November 7, 2013 Dear Mayor, Q: Why on Maui are trucks allowed to have over-sized tires sticking out past fender walls? How are these vehicles passing safety inspections? Why aren’t police enforcing? For safety... more »»

Campaign 2012

South Maui Sports



What's the Word?

Anne Allen, Kihei

June 21, 2012 “Rejuvenation. I’m enjoying the daily rejuvenation that Maui provides. I love regularly experiencing the glorious sunrises and sunsets here, and being in the ocean is so uplifting. more »»

Home Gardening Support Network

Sneaky Caterpillars Are Eating My Vegetables!

March 29, 2012 Dear Anne, My crop of cabbages, collard greens and kales was my pride and joy until recently. more »»

EdVentures on Maui

The Effective 7

August 29, 2013 A man by the name of Stephen R. Covey spent most of his life trying to quantify and teach best practices of effectiveness. more »»

The Book Shelf


Love Your Smile

Pregnancy and Oral Health

September 9, 2014 Last week’s column addressed myths about the affects of pregnancy on your teeth, the facts about how pregnancy can exacerbate certain dental problems and why pre-pregnancy dental care is recommende. more »»

and Another Thing…

Whining, Dining and Opining

September 30, 2014 Whining 1. In the “some things never change” department, thousands of residents and tourists on our beautiful island continue waking up to breathe in the toxic fumes from the burning cane fields. more »»

Kalama Park Action Team

KPAT Continues Patrols and Improvements

November 15, 2012 The Kalama Park Action Team (KPAT) includes local residents, businesses and a number of county employees who have been working in partnership with the Maui County Department of Parks and Recreation,... more »»

EV in Paradise

Special Events

Connect With the ‘Ohana of Maui Native Hawaiian Chamber of Commerce

June 24, 2014 Maui Native Hawaiian Chamber of Commerce (MNHCoC) will host its by-monthly Social MNHCoC on Tuesday, July 8, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at Maui Tropical Plantation. more »»

‘Olelo Pa‘oihana

Capitol Connection

Capitol Connection

February 28, 2013 I want to thank the people of South Maui for electing me as your representative and throwing me into the whirlwind that is our State Capitol! For the last three months, I have been hard at work both... more »»

Imua with Maui Canoe Club

Ninja Poi Dog

September 26, 2013 I named my little dog “Le,” which is short for both “Lehua” (Pele’s flower, a beloved friend, strong) and “Lele,” which means “jumping.” She is true to her name in heart and action. more »»

Maui Outdoor Circle

Maui’s Trees Need More Success Stories

July 25, 2013 Maui Outdoor Circle (MOC) would like to share some wins and losses over recent years. Some trees were easy to save, efforts are ongoing for some, but for others, sadly, we were too late. more »»

Kihei Community Association

Hawai‘i Fun Facts

Social Security Reveals Most Popular Baby Names in Hawai‘i

June 6, 2013 The Social Security Administration recently announced the most popular baby names in Hawai‘i for 2012. Sophia topped the girls’ list, followed by Emma, Isabella, Ava and Mia. more »»

Buy Local Maui

Connect The Dots

Tale of the Bed

September 9, 2014 I’ve been wanting a new mattress for what seems like years, but money has been so tight of late that I never got as far as actually shopping for one. more »»

Holiday Events

Haleakala Waldorf School Holiday Faire

November 28, 2013 Sparkling dew on fresh Upcountry pine, the scent of beeswax candle dipping and the sound of joyful holiday merry making can only mean one thing--it’s the Haleakala Waldorf School Holiday Faire,... more »»

Ask the Pet Doc

Parasites in Paradise

August 19, 2014 Intestinal parasites are one of the most common causes of disease in Hawai‘i’s cats and dogs. more »»

Go Maui

GMO Ballot Initiative Will Hurt Many People

October 22, 2014 The ballot initiative to ban genetically modified organism (GMO) cultivation on Maui is misguided, and if passed, will hurt many people. more »»


Free Onsite Coral Reef Naturalist Program Sundays through Thursdays October 26, 2014

Free Onsite Coral Reef Naturalist Program Sundays through Thursdays Learn the names of the fish you’ve seen while snorkeling at Pacific Whale Foundation’s free Coral Reef Information Station. A great place to visit if you’re new to snorkeling in Hawai‘i. more »

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The Dish from Trish

"The Weekly Dish" April 4, 2014

April 4, 2014 Happy Friday! Miss this morning's live broadcast of "The Weekly Dish" radio show on KAOI 1110Am/96.7FM? No worries. You can listen now at the links section below or here: http://www. more »

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