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A Cup of Cold Water (a Guest Editorial)

March 28, 2013 Offering a cup of cold water may not seem like much, but to someone who is thirsty, it is an act of grace and renewed life. more »»

Show Your Support for the Kihei High School Now!

March 7, 2013 $130 million is still a lot of money, even at today’s prices, and it’s an amount that can cause a few hearts to beat faster at the state legislature. more »»

Guest Editorial: Rotary Offers Great Expectations

February 28, 2013 In many parts of the world, civilization suffers because of social tensions, violent conflicts and war. more »»

Seeing the Light

February 21, 2013 Treehugge. more »»

Guest Editorial: One of the Greatest Success Stories of our Time

February 14, 2013 In 1976, I joined a small group of concerned citizens gathered in Lahaina to share their concern for the endangered humpback whale that found its way to Maui waters during the winter to mate, calve... more »»

Underwater Wheelchair

February 7, 2013 “It’s wonderful to be here to talk about my journey; to talk about the wheelchair and the freedom it has bought me,” said Sue Austin at the beginning of the video shown at TEDxMaui on Jan. more »»

Lessons Learned at TEDxMaui 2013

January 31, 2013 OCCUPY LANGUAGE The transformative power of words. The first presenter at TEDxMaui on Sunday, Jan. more »»

TEDxMaui: The Dream is Real

January 24, 2013 In the spirit of its mission, “Ideas Worth Spreading,” the nonprofit TED organization (Technology, Entertainment and Design) created TEDx, a program of independently organized local events that brin... more »»

American Idol for Lawyers

December 27, 2012 This year, my favorite story was the soap opera called the Kihei shopping mall --a large, controversial retail development proposed for South Maui that would also include apartment housing. more »»

Help Spread Some Christmas Cheer

November 22, 2012 What began as a donation of two Christmas trees in 1996 has blossomed into an annual giveaway of dozens of trees and food boxes through Kihei resident Robert Douglas and his Christmas Cheer Proje. more »»

Operation Christmas Child

November 8, 2012 This holiday season, island residents are working to brighten the lives of millions of children in need around the world. more »»

‘Saving Oneloa’

October 18, 2012 While most 14-year-old boys on Maui are busy surfing and playing video games, Jai Litman is editing his next environmental documentary about Maui’s invasive coqui frogs. more »»

Kihei High School

September 27, 2012 Instead of continuing to spend money bussing 400 South Maui high school students to Central Maui year after year until the new $160 million Kihei High School is built-- when and if funding is... more »»

Bringing Home the Bronze

September 20, 2012 With all the important news about South Maui in the Maui Weekly, I haven’t taken the time or ink to share our good news. more »»

The Kihei Shell Game

August 30, 2012 To the extent that real people with real money and real plans cannot attain timely decisions in a reasonable, cost-effective fashion, our public policy seems to promote a constant search for... more »»

To Your Health

August 23, 2012 On Saturday, Aug. 25, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. more »»

The Weekly Dish

August 9, 2012 I’m fascinated by talk radio, and the ride that accompanies it. more »»

Hiroshima and Nagasaki

August 2, 2012 Solemn ceremonies are held every year on the anniversary of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima on Aug. 6 and Nagasaki on Aug. more »»

Voice Your Opinion

July 5, 2012 Not since the Superferry fiasco in 2009 has a topic been as contentious and divisive as the proposed Pi‘ilani Promenade and Maui Outlet Mall planned for Kihei. more »»

Help End Domestic Violence

June 28, 2012 Domestic violence, also known as intimate partner violence, is a serious problem in Maui County. more »»

 
 

 

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