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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 »»

Rise Up For Zion

June 21, 2012 In a collaborative effort, Imua Family Services and Women Helping Women held a silent march and vigil on the afternoon of Friday, June 8, for Zion McKeown, a 4-year-old Wailuku boy who died in his... more »»

Service Above Self

June 14, 2012 The 2012 Palaka Award will be awarded by the Rotary Club of Kahului on Friday, Aug. 24, at a special annual luncheon ceremony benefiting the Michael H. Lyons II Memorial Scholarship Fund. more »»

Sometimes There Are Miracles

June 7, 2012 One man under a tree for 49 days with no food? This may not sound like something you want to sign up for. more »»

Take a Hike

May 31, 2012 Visitors from the Mainland are probably shocked that each of us isn’t out hiking every weeken. more »»

Maui County Disaster Expo

May 24, 2012 Maui Public Health Emergency Preparedness Planner Marc Nishimoto sent out an email last week notifying us about our first tropical depression of the season, One-E, which developed into Tropical Stor... more »»

It Takes a Village

May 3, 2012 If you like being around children and instinctively look for ways to help other people, well then, you just might make a fabulous foster parent. more »»

‘Chip In’ For Island Youth

April 26, 2012 Just a stone’s throw away from idyllic Pa‘ia Bay, the Pa‘ia Youth & Cultural Center (PYCC) is reminiscent of the enchanting world of “Neverland” depicted in J.M. more »»

Da Kidney Da Kine Day

April 19, 2012 Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) currently afflicts one in seven Maui residents. But unfortunately, most people don’t even know they have this “silent disease” until their kidneys are already failing. more »»

My Cup of Tea

April 12, 2012 When the clock struck midnight on Jan. 23, 2012, we ushered in the Year of the Dragon. more »»

I Get It

April 5, 2012 Spiritual enlightenment is sought by people of all faiths, cultures and religions. Some find it close to home, while others travel on long journeys and narrow paths. more »»

The Maui Weekly

March 29, 2012 Although we use soy-based ink, recycled paper and encourage everyone to recycle their copy of the Maui Weekly, we acknowledge that there is more that we can do to increase our sustainability and... more »»

‘The A-Train’ Leaves the Station

March 22, 2012 Just when I thought rock radio was making a comeback, Cumulus Media--second only to the “evil empire” Clear Channel--fired legendary deejay Jim Ladd last fall after a prominent 14-year run with Los... more »»

Nightlife Economy Threatened in Kihei

March 8, 2012 I’ve recently found myself relating to Ren McCormack, an upbeat Chicago transplant portrayed by Kevin Bacon in the original “Footloose” who stands up against a city council ban on dancing and rock... more »»

Prepare for the Worst

March 1, 2012 Japan is still reeling from the devastating 8.9-magnitude earthquake, tsunami and nuclear crisis that occurred a year ago. more »»

What’s the Word?

February 23, 2012 Ever since I can remember, there’s been an invisible sign above my head that says, “Tell me how you really feel.” As Spiderman said, “This is my gift, my curse. more »»

Love at First Sight

February 9, 2012 Her eyes met his from across the crowded room. She is anxious, even though it’s been a long time since that bad breakup left a hole in her heart the size of the Great Pacific Garbage Patc. more »»



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