May-June 2010

May-June 2010 issue of Maui Nō Ka ʻOi Magazine

maui weddings

Saying “I Do,” Hawaiian Style

How to tie the knot Hawaiian-style.
bachelorette party maui

No Boys Allowed

The bachelorette party. Maui offers an array of opportunities for a bride-to-be to unwind with her girlfriends. These are some of our favorites.
Olowalu Maui

Olowalu’s Gift

This West Maui valley witnessed some of the island's most turbulent history. Now it's helping to redeem the past.

Keeping the Faith

Family-owned sailing excursion business Trilogy is a model of environmental and cultural sensitivity.
Tita Kathy Collins

Da Lei of da Land

Tita tells it like it is: May Day is Lei Day in Hawai‘i; Garlands of flowers everywhere. . . .

Beam me up, Dude

Tales of treks through Haleakala Crater.
Wailea Maui home

At Home with the Sea

A Wailea family’s love of the ocean spills over into award-winning design.
maui weddings

Just in Case . . .

25 Essentials for a Worry-free Wedding

Night Lights: Bioluminescence

Glowing creatures in Hawaii's seas light up the night.

Royal Treatment

In old Hawai‘i, red and yellow were considered the royal colors. We think they still rule.

Remembrance of Things Quaffed

Join MNKO at the May 15th Brewfest.
Wine sommelier

Pair Excellence

If you plan to attend this year's Kapalua Wine & Food Festival, I encourage you to spend some time talking with the master sommeliers who annually make this one of Maui's most anticipated events
publisher's note

Publisher’s Note

The publisher of Maui no ka 'oi Magazine relates the story of her jaguar xk8 going up in flames in the Pukalani Foodland parking lot.