September-October 2008

September-October 2008 issue of Maui Nō Ka ʻOi Magazine

Hawaiian art

Making it Maoli

What defines art as Hawaiian? The answer may lie as deep as one’s DNA.
publisher's note

From the Publisher

Travel is the perfect panacea for the soul...
lava flow

The Volcano Next Door

An island-hop from Maui, the forces of creation are putting on a spectacular fireworks show—and you’ve got a ringside seat.
kitchen chemistry

Kitchen Chemistry

The Banyan Tree chefs whip up a science lesson no foodie should miss.
maui beach business

Drawing Lines in the Sand

Maui’s population is growing. The number of beach parks is not. As pressure mounts, activity companies say the County has left them stranded.
Tita Kathy Collins

Tanks, eh?

Kathy Collins Why Septembah my mos’ fav’rite month: My birt’day. My bes’ friend’s birt’day. Maurice Sullivan’s birt’day. Who dat, Maurice Sullivan? He da guy went start Foodland Supah-Markets, and...
bbq chef maui

Chef Ostini’s Traveling Grill & BBQ Tips

Chef Frank Ostini shared these tips at his cooking demonstration at the Kapalua Wine & Food Festival.
Wine sommelier

To Harvest, Divine!

The 2008 harvest approaches.

Steals & Splurges

Here are ten penny-pinching tips for having food, fun, and a fabulous time on the Valley Isle—and ten more worth breaking the bank for.

Side Dish: Plantation Cuisine

On Maui, a new Plantation era cuisine trend is really catching fire.