January-February 2019

January-February 2019 issue of Maui Nō Ka ʻOi Magazine

Hidden in the Names

Place names in Hawai‘i often carry rich cultural or historical meaning, but rarely is the origin story clear.
Kim mosley

Working Miracles in Art Restoration

Art restorer Kim Mosley credits her classical training and eclectic experience for enabling her to restore art in all kinds of media.
'Aki'aki

Holding the Sea at Bay

‘Aki‘aki, also known as seashore rush grass, is an indigenous ground cover that thrives in salty, sun-blasted environments.

Lions? Good luck!

Wo Hing Temple’s lion dancers perform during Chinese New Year festivities.
Ka Limo O Maui

Ka Lima O Maui: A Job Well Done

Ka Lima O Maui provides job training and employment opportunities to adults with physical and mental disabilities.
Hoomana spa

Top Maui Activities

Enjoy some of Maui's top activities in this sponsored section.

Seaside Splendor

If ever there were a home that could give new meaning to the term “beach house,” this is it.
maui kitesurfing

Gone with the Wind

We explore kitesurfing lessons at one the world’s greatest kitesurfing destinations—Kanahā Beach.
great finds

All the Frills

From outings to keepsakes, this curated list features fabulous frills to spoil yourself or whomever you choose.
maui real estate

Karin Carlson

Check out this custom four-bedroom, three-bath home boasts sweeping ocean views and photovoltaic panels.
Chefs Kitchen Alvin Savella

Killin’ It

Get Chef Savella’s Lechon Pork Belly Recipe in this story featuring Alvin Savella, the 2018 Maui Chef of the Year.
Nicks Fishmarket Wailea

The Perfect Pair

Overlooking winding paths, water-lily gardens, and cabanas that look like miniature Taj Mahals, Nick’s Fishmarket is an oasis made for romance.
publisher's note

Yin Brown Pig—Happy New Year!

The Year of the Pig is a time for calm reflection of the past 11 years.