March-April 2016

March-April 2016 issue of Maui Nō Ka ʻOi Magazine

bee keepers

Hive and Seek

“Our goal is to be bee ambassadors, and we want to let people know that you don’t need to kill them.”
pickling

Obachan’s Pickle

Do you know how to pickle? All you need is a rock.
thyme cocktail

Banyan Tree Thymeline

Sip the garden with this refreshing cocktail, muddled with fresh cucumber, thyme and Tanqueray Gin.
Hana Maui restaurants

Great Maui Food: Off the Beaten Track

One of the perks of exploring Maui’s less familiar places is discovering great little dining spots you didn’t expect to find. Need a map? Start here.
sugarcane burning maui

Goodbye, Sugar

Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar's closure marks the end of a way of life — and controversy — that began here in 1823 with Maui’s first mill in Wailuku.
island fashion feature

Under Construction

We took our fashion shoot to the construction zone this issue.
Perfect Fit Bra

Support Your Local Role Model

A Wailuku lingerie shop aims to focus beyond lacy undies to the woman inside.
vanilla panna cotta

Winning Performance

Tasting the delights of The Banyan Tree at The Ritz-Carlton, Kapalua.
maui small towns

Small Town Marketplace

Check out some of the shops and boutiques in Makawao and Wailuku.
Couple in Kaupo Maui

Ready, Fire . . . Aim!

Looking back 20 years to a summer in Kaupo.
Akule

Living Calligraphy

In spring, mature akule (big-eyed scad) congregate in sheltered Hawaiian bays. Historically, Hawaiian villages posted lookouts to watch for whenever a big akule school came near shore.
maui artist Chelsea Bryce

Making Her Mark

“I have so many ideas, I can’t get them out fast enough,” says artist Chelsea Bryce.
maui home decor

Great Finds for Your Home

Our latest great finds for decorating your home.

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