July-August 2014

July-August 2014 issue of Maui Nō Ka ʻOi Magazine

Hawaii orchid

Hawai‘i’s Rarest Orchid

Some of the most delicate-looking and showy orchids grow in Hawaii, yet only three are native. The Hawaiian fringed orchid is the most rare of the three.
Kathy Collins

Da Glow of Mem’ry

In her column for July-August, Tita talks about cane burning in Maui.
Maui Pineapple Grill

Destination Delicious

Pineapple Grill and Plantation House team up to make Kapalua the place to eat.
yachts race

Trial by Water

What can happen during a 2,300 mile yacht race from Canada to Maui? ... “The thrill of experiencing one of life’s biggest adventures," says veteran sailor David Sutcliffe.
Three's Bar and Grill in Maui

Three’s Company

A trio of surf-loving chefs is making waves in Maui's dining scene.

The Signs (and Singes) of Summer

The Pacific golden plover's annual flight marks the beginning of summer.
boutari moschofilero

Summer Whites

Moschofilero, Assyrtiko, Albarino and Vermentino are four wines you may not have heard of, but they're worthy choices for summer.
Maui cane burning controversy

The Burning Question

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

Playing Their Part

The Maui Academy of Performing Arts could make a revolutionary difference to Maui's economic scene.
old blue wailea golf

Breaking News

From new clubhouses, to fleets of new golf carts, to on-course renovations, Maui golf course layouts have spruced up for summer.

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