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What makes the columnist run?

August 7, 2014 LAHAINA — Ubiquitous senior May Fujiwara at the recent Relay for Life asked the columnist where he got so much energy. more »»

More cool apps and tricks

July 31, 2014 Hi everyone! In this issue are some really cool apps and tricks. So, let’s get started with this quick on. more »»

Lady Luck shines, and the Carrolls capitalize

July 24, 2014 LANAI CITY — Lady Luck has shone brightly on highly successful artist Mike Carroll and his wife, Kathy, and both have made the most of i. more »»

Voices of Maui

June 12, 2014 LAHAINA — There’s good news and not so good news. more »»

Principal Nakamura reflects on her final year at LIS

June 5, 2014 LAHAINA — Woooo-hooooo! It’s the end of the school year! What a year this has been.   HSA testing ended last week. All results are in. more »»

Captain Cook: His end could have been on Maui

June 5, 2014 LAHAINA — People in these parts know just two things about Capt. James Cook. He was credited as the first westerner to find what he named the Sandwich Islands and was killed on Hawaii Island. more »»

Protecting the culture a quest for Keeaumoku Kapu

May 29, 2014 LAHAINA — Keeaumoku Kapu, head of Na ‘Aikane o Maui, the increasingly important cultural group here, in early life got no respect. more »»

iPhone 101: How to use Lost Mode to find a missing iOS device

May 29, 2014 Lost Mode is a feature of Find My iPhone that is available in iOS 6 or later. It’s a little hard to set up but really works. An alternative for 99 cents is an app called Marco Polo. more »»

Sailing the South Seas without a coat

May 15, 2014 PAPEETE, TAHITI — Why go on an 18-day cruise to the South Seas when you live in paradise? More reasons than you can count on-ship and off. more »»

Councilwoman busy with several West Maui issues

May 8, 2014 WAILUKU — The past four months at the County Council have been quite eventful. more »»

Cool accessories for Macs, iPhones and iPads

May 1, 2014 Hello again! In this issue, we’re going to look at some accessories for the Mac, iPhone and iPad. If you haven’t upgraded your iPhone or iPad to the new OSX 7. more »»

LIS students take first run at HSA-Math test

April 17, 2014 LAHAINA — Aloha everyone! Oh, boy! HSA-Math results are in for the first attempt this school year.   The test was administered before Spring Break. more »»

Always together forever off Kaanapali Beach

April 10, 2014 KAANAPALI — On a recent Saturday evening, with the wife off for a rare evening with friends and not the spouse, there was more evidence of the amazing people you can meet here if you are in the righ... more »»

Gecko gets news of happenings

April 3, 2014 LAHAINA — Kapono Gecko, the fictional character who lives in the refurbished Lahaina Library, is wondering why the columnist has not been writing much about local stuff, since the creature has not... more »»

OZ and IZ Over the Rainbow

March 20, 2014 LAHAINA — There was OZ, and there was IZ. When Judy Garland in “The Wizard of Oz” sang “Somewhere Over the Rainbow,” it became her signature song for decades. more »»

Visiting team impressed with progress at Lahaina Intermediate

March 20, 2014 LAHAINA — Aloha! Mahalo to the “rockers” of Opportunity Rocks 2014! Don Lehman, Lahaina Rotary, Maui Hotel & Lodging Association for student packets, and to all the participating hotels: Hyatt... more »»

Ask The Mayor

March 20, 2014 Mayor Alan Arakawa answers some of the most-asked questions submitted to his office staf. more »»

Tips for finding medical advice

March 20, 2014 For all of you who bought the fingerprint iPhone 5S, here are some tricks for you. Hold the iPhone upright. You can save up to five finger scans, including your thumb. more »»

America turns its back on Hawaii’s queen

March 13, 2014 HONOLULU — Of all the kings and queens in history, perhaps none loved America as much as Her Majesty Lydia Lili‘uokalani of the Kingdom of Hawaii. She said so in her writings. more »»

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 »»



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