New World vs. Old World wine challenges to try.
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?
Line up your putt, know your greens, and conquer the dreaded bunker shot with strong wrists and a positive frame of mind.
Tita talks about lucky numbers, and not so lucky relatives!
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...
Take a wild ride with Blue Water Rafting along Maui's rugged Kanaio coast.
With a sunny outlook and a shimmering palette, Darrell Hill tells the stories of Hawai‘i’s landscapes.
Improve your golf game and avoid injury with these simple stretches.
This artistic and tasty prawn appetizer handily won the award for "Best of the Fest" at the 2009 Kapalua Wine & Food Festival.
Our publisher speaks about change in the air...
Fifty years ago, Hawai'i added a fiftieth star to the Star Spangled Banner — and Maui would never be the same.
Knowing what kind of grass you'll be golfing on will give your game that added edge.
Maui's "Big Beach" celebrates the return of much-needed lifeguards.
You and I are older than the stones along the Puna shoreline. These stones started just a few years ago as gobs of lava from Pele’s current eruption, gobs that dripped into the sea only to be tumbled and polished then lobbed back onto the shore.
BrownChicken BrownCow, a quartet of string players from West Virginia, is wooing the Maui folk music fans.
Tips from the Maui golf pros Jerry King and Rick Castillo will help you tee off in the tradewinds