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The Weekly Dish

September 15, 2011 Throughout my journalism journeys, I continue to cruise an array of information highways, from feature writing and online magazines to investigative and community reporting in fine weeklies, such as... more »»

Cocktail for a Cause

September 8, 2011 Throughout my years of revelry and neighborhood camaraderie, I can’t recall a time when I raised a spirited glass in honor of the children in my community. Well then, it’s about time. more »»

Free Advertising

September 1, 2011 Maui moviegoers seemed to enjoy Page One: Inside The New York Times, as evidenced by the packed theater. But the movie met criticis. more »»

Shameless Self-Promotion

August 25, 2011 We have been so busy sharing the news of the Maui community that we neglected to tell you about our own good tidings. more »»

EdVenture II

August 18, 2011 So, like I was saying last week, VITEC (Vital and Innovative Technology Development and Education Center) is now “EdVenture. more »»

EdVenture in Paradise

August 11, 2011 Stop the presses. I just received some hot news from Mark Antosch, a jack-of-all-tradesmen in the Office of Continuing Education and Training (OCET), UH Maui College (UHMC). more »»

One-Block Diet

August 4, 2011 I have previously written about a new (but actually, extremely old) concept in food consumption, the “100 Mile Diet,” where locavores eat only what is grown within a 50-mile radius of where they live. more »»

A Flood of Generosity

July 28, 2011 Even The New York Times has reported a net loss, and if the newspaper business is not challenging enough, now Rupert Murdoch, once an idolized newspaper icon, has fallen—or dove—from grac. more »»

Calm or Chaos?

July 21, 2011 It has been a heartbreaking experience to view the news about the trifecta of devastation that struck Japan in March. more »»

Na Koa Ikaika Maui

July 14, 2011 After a 23-year drought, professional baseball returned to Maui a few weeks ago on July 4. more »»

Super Science Students

July 7, 2011 While Hollywood’s superhero hype may be the rage of this season, Hawai’i is producing its own excitement: super science student. more »»

Flower to the People

June 30, 2011 Are you one of those gifted people who has a green thumb? Me neither. Some of my friends grow their own everything—from rockin’ rutabagas to righteous radishe. more »»

A Win-Win for Maui

June 23, 2011 Name six reasons a business should decide to go green. Answers: 1. To reduce your business costs. 2. To become more innovative. 3. To distinguish your business in the marketplace. 4. more »»

A Father’s Love

June 16, 2011 There’s one man who truly “gets me,” and ardently stands by me through it all, with infinite adoration and a fair disposition that I still believe I may not deserve. more »»

(Not So) Old School

June 9, 2011 Myanmar and Burma. Datsun and Nissan. The Honolulu Advertiser and Honolulu Star-Advertiser. The artist formerly known as Prince. more »»

A Night of Shooting Stars

June 2, 2011 Growing up in an athletic family, my childhood was decorated with countless afternoon practices, late-night Horse in the driveway and fond memories of watching my talented brothers rule various... more »»

Hurricane Season

May 24, 2011 Hurricane season is upon us once again. You know the drill. A tropical storm or hurricane watch is issued when severe weather conditions are expected—usually within 48 hours. more »»

Creative Summer Sessions

May 19, 2011 Research consistently shows that students who study music and arts tend to have higher grade point averages, score better on specialized tests and are less likely to engage in unruly activity. more »»

Progressive Party

May 12, 2011 No, it’s not about politics—it’s all about food and one of Maui’s most historic towns. more »»

Mom Matters

May 5, 2011 Nearly three years ago, I boarded a plane to paradise to commence a new chapter in my life’s storybook. more »»

 
 

 

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