May-June 2014

May-June 2014 issue of Maui Nō Ka ʻOi Magazine

Pacific Cancer Center

High Technology, Human Touch

The Pacific Cancer Institute of Maui has been helping patients win the fight against cancer  for twenty years — without leaving home.

Eat, Drink & Buy Maui

Try this selection of locally-made goodies to keep the flavors of Maui close.

Mushroom Man

Mushroom hunting is an intimate relationship with the environment, knowing when the combination of moisture, soil and tree types will align.
hawaiian spiny lobster

Lobster Love

Lobster season closes to allow Hawaiian spiny lobsters a chance to reproduce.
Maui inspiring homes

Coming Back Home

A Maui girl returns to her roots — and so does her historic dwelling.
legend of haleakala

Maddahs an’ Suns

Reflecting on Mother's Day, Tita shares a story about Hawaiian demigod Maui and his mother, goddess Hina.
hawaiian fisherman nets

The Fisherman’s Net

From ancient times, Hawaiians have used this handwoven tool to gather an ocean harvest. For one Maui fisherman, it still holds a way of life and a sense of identity.
sterling silver word jewelry

Buy Here Now

For the enlightened shopper who supports local businesses, we offer these earthly delights — all made on Maui.

The Kau Kau Tin

Diane learns about the kau kau tin, a traditional old Hawaiian lunch box, and celebrates the ohana and stars of Maui food culture.
Maui Film Festival history

Cinema by the Sea

They say a sequel never quite measures up to the original, but that's not the case with the Maui Film Festival, which seems to outdo itself year after year.

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