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Maui No Ka 'Oi Magazine May-June 2015 - May-June 2015
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Great Finds

Great Finds: Where's the Party?

Great Finds: Where's the Party?

If you come prepared, it's anywhere you show up.

Great Finds: Home Page

Great Finds: Home Page

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Spread the Word

Spread the Word

Love Maui? Make a statement with these island-crafted treasures.

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Portraits

Space Man

Space Man

Meet James Armstrong, a scientist and teacher at Maui's Institute For Astronomy, who works with the world's largest educational telescope, Faulkes Telescope North.

A Man For All Islands

A Man For All Islands

Senator Daniel Inouye’s history of service to the nation and his accomplishments on behalf of Hawai‘i are well known, but his work for the Valley Isle is a story in itself.

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Maui Style Features

The Way Home

The Way Home

Mindful design leads to a residence in harmony with nature.

Plantation Princess

Plantation Princess

How a kid from H-Poko stitched work ethics learned on the plantation into a lucrative fashion career — and a mansion that offers youngsters a pattern for success.

Open Mind

Open Mind

See what happens when ancient Hawaiian culture meets modern art techniques at Maui's annual Celebration of Hawaii exhibit at Viewpoints Gallery in Makawao.

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Community

High Technology, Human Touch

High Technology, Human Touch

The Pacific Cancer Institute of Maui has been helping patients win the fight against cancer  for twenty years — without leaving home.

A Whale of a Party

A Whale of a Party

Guests celebrated Hawaii's humpback whales during a sponsors' dinner that kicked off Whale Tales, an educational event hosted February 14 to 17 by Whale Trust Maui.

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the Maui StyleList

Wearable Art

Wearable Art

One-of-a-kind items exclusively created for Whale Trust Maui with 100% of the profit from these items supports Whale Trust Maui’s research efforts & those of partner organizations.

Forever Homes for the Holidays

Forever Homes for the Holidays

Maui Humane Society's Wings of Aloha program helps find homes on the mainland and Canada for Maui's overflow of homeless pets.

Ohi'a Tree, Ohi'a Tree...

Ohi'a Tree, Ohi'a Tree...

‘Planting Christmas’ campaign offers Maui residents a live, native alternative to cut holiday trees, funds to support local tree farm and locally made ‘Plant a Wish’ documentary film.

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Locals Know

The Meaning of Kamaaina

The Meaning of Kamaaina

The Hawaiian work kamaaina isn’t so much about bloodlines and birthplace, as about a fully intentional way to live.

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Island Fashion

Great Finds: Beauty and the Beach

Great Finds: Beauty and the Beach

Our top (and bottom) picks for swimwear.

Island Boogie

Island Boogie

We couldn’t have asked for a better backdrop to show off such fashions than the chic, modern Andaz Maui Resort in Wailea.

Vanity Ware

Vanity Ware

Go shopping for glamorous rings, bracelets, earrings, bags and more from Folli Follie, Tom Ford, Louis Vuitton and others, available at these stylish Maui stores.

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Business

The Wow Factor

The Wow Factor

This Maui business has a zest for success.

Solar Q&A

Solar Q&A

Hawaii's subtropical latitude and abundant sunshine make solar power an obvious energy choice, but factors like proximity to the ocean create specific challenges.

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Island Issues

Rooting for the Wrong Side?

Rooting for the Wrong Side?

Supporters say biotechnology creates jobs and fights world hunger. Detractors say it threatens the health of humans and the planet. Can both be right?

The Burning Question

The Burning Question

Can the last Hawaii sugar plantation survive without cane fires? What happens to Maui if they stop?