Keepers of History
The first thing you notice is a generous white split-rail rambling along the roadside, offering tantalizing glimpses of smooth green lawns, majestic old shade trees, and a pretty white gazebo where lemonade might be served on a hot summer’s day...
As summer ripens, local fishermen start scanning the shoreline for oama, or baby goatfish.
Pickled Maui Onions
Chef David Paul Johnson shares his standout garnish for island snapper.
Tita talks about lucky numbers, and not so lucky relatives!
The Akaka Bill
In the U.S., Hawaiians are the only native people not recognized as an indigenous nation. Why do some Hawaiians oppose the bill that would grant them autonomy?
Hawaiian pa'u riders carry on an exuberant tradition, bedecking both horse and rider with flowers and fine fabrics.
Talking Story with Light
With a sunny outlook and a shimmering palette, Darrell Hill tells the stories of Hawai‘i’s landscapes.
Fifty years ago, Hawai'i added a fiftieth star to the Star Spangled Banner — and Maui would never be the same.
Hang On Tight
Take a wild ride with Blue Water Rafting along Maui's rugged Kanaio coast.
More Tips from the Pros
Line up your putt, know your greens, and conquer the dreaded bunker shot with strong wrists and a positive frame of mind.
Playing the Trades
Tips from the Maui golf pros Jerry King and Rick Castillo will help you tee off in the tradewinds
Et Tu, Julius?
Few know the role that the Orange Julius franchise played in Hawaii's admission to statehood.
Side Dish: Onion Festival Judge
Miz Gossip judges the Maui Onion Festival and finds it appealing.
A Look at New and Old World Wines
New World vs. Old World wine challenges to try.
Our publisher speaks about change in the air...
BrownChicken BrownCow, a quartet of string players from West Virginia, is wooing the Maui folk music fans.
Improve Your Game
Improve your golf game and avoid injury with these simple stretches.
Maui's "Big Beach" celebrates the return of much-needed lifeguards.