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Ke‘eaumoku celebrates the culture

February 27, 2014 LAHAINA — He has traced his ancestors back 27 generations to ali‘i chiefs, but for years — like many Hawaiians — he knew virtually nothing of his culture. more »»

LIS students to perform in big band concert

February 20, 2014 LAHAINA — Wow! Time’s flying. I want to thank our LIS Wrestling Club coach, Nathan Williams, and the LIS staff who are active in providing a competitive extramural sport for our middle level students. more »»

It takes a village to raise a healthy, well-rounded child

February 20, 2014 As I recall my middle-class childhood in the 1970s in a small campus town, my fondest memory is coming back from school to a warm lunch and my mom asking me how my day at school was. more »»

A queen, snowballs and George Washington

February 13, 2014 LAHAINA — Most of us know King Kamehameha united the Hawaiian Islands. Most of us know Kamehameha III as a school. But few of us know much about the life of our last queen. more »»

When ali‘i ruled, terror was not far behind

January 30, 2014 There’s the Kaanapali Ali‘i, Ali‘i Dry Cleaners, even Ali‘i Computer Services. Perhaps not such a good idea, since the actions of these Hawaiian chiefs were mixe. more »»

New CryptoLocker virus a serious threat to your data

January 30, 2014 There is a new ransom virus threat out there that is beyond serious. It’s called CryptoLocker. more »»

Time for pono and aloha

January 23, 2014 A newcomer is beginning to realize that the superior people on the planet are those of Hawaiian heritage. Hawaiians have two concepts at the core of their culture that are alien to man. more »»

LIS taking nominations for the Honors Program

January 23, 2014 LAHAINA — Happy New Year! I hope you all had a restful and enjoyable holiday season with family and friends.  We are off and running at LIS. more »»

A Mainland tale: Gil’s Red Wiggle Worms

January 6, 2014 LAHAINA — This column has a policy of not using the pronoun “I” or writing about personal experiences. At the New Year’s anniversary of the defunct family business Gil’s Bait C. more »»

Ask The Mayor

January 6, 2014 Mayor Alan Arakawa answers some of the most-asked questions submitted to his office staf. more »»

Ask The Mayor

January 2, 2014 Mayor Alan Arakawa answers some of the most-asked questions submitted to his office staff. Question: I am a Lahaina business owner and also work for one of the global hospitality leaders. more »»

Voices of Maui

January 2, 2014 LAHAINA — The Lahaina raceway, otherwise known as the Lahaina Bypass, is open. Speeders should beware, though, since police reportedly are on the prowl, and the limit is 30 mph in some spot. more »»

Santa on Maui: A man of aloha

December 26, 2013 KAANAPALI — Once upon a time, long, long ago, a red-suited man whose stomach shook like a bowl full of jelly flew over eight tiny specks in the ocea. more »»

Lahaina Intermediate moving forward on new mandates

December 26, 2013 LAHAINA — Happy holidays to all! We have completed our first half of this school year and will commence, with vigor, the second half when we return in January 2014. more »»

More really cool apps

December 26, 2013 I’d like to wish everyone a Maui Christmas! In this issue, we’re going to look at some really cool apps. more »»

Love Your Smile with Dr. Sujata Bhatia

November 28, 2013 Gratitude is habit of the heart that unlocks the fullness of life… “Thank you for my new smile, Dr. Bhatia. The kids at school don’t tease me anymore, and I am no longer ‘Bucktooth Barracuda. more »»

Lahaina Intermediate School continuing to improve overall

November 21, 2013 LAHAINA — Wow! Are we approaching the holiday season already? Oh my... more »»

Awesome apps and handy tips

November 21, 2013 For this issue, I found some awesome apps and tips that can come in real handy. more »»

Love Your Smile with Dr. Sujata Bhatia

November 21, 2013 Gratitude unlocks the fullness... more »»

Voices of Maui

November 7, 2013 LAHAINA — “Ultimate Visitor” Gary Bodine, profiled in my book “Maui for Millions,” has a new tale to tell. more »»



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