Learn what the student chefs are up to at Paia Bay Cafe, a community-funded nonprofit kitchen space.
The Maui bookmobile carries a lot of volumes—about 3,000 books, periodicals and DVDs—everywhere it goes.
Maui Craft Tours offers delectable tastes of the island.
How Maui farmers are cultivating ancient wisdom to feed a population—and a hunger for culture.
Take a piece of Maui home with you.
Follow your guide and make the most of Maui. This issue we explore the island along with a friendly furry companion from the Maui Humane Society.
This growing guide helps Maui residents determine the best vegetables within their area. From Upcountry to the West Side, there is a perfect bulb for you.
Learn about the Oumuamua Asteroid, first seen through the Pan-STARR telescope at the summit of Haleakalā, which now bears a Hawaiian name.
Styling your home? Make your statement with accessories that shine.
The culture of ancient Hawaiʻi was deeply rooted in nature. It still is—thanks to places like Maui Nui Botanical Gardens.
In springtime, Hawaiian petrels, or ‘ua‘u, return after many months at sea to their underground nests atop Maui’s 10,023-foot-tall volcano.
More than 200 species of marine life inhabit Molokini crater. Whether endemic, indigenous, or introduced, all combine to create an aquatic kaleidoscope out on the reef.