Mauka to Makai My mornings start mauka to makai. I strap on my helmet, turn on my high-intensity headlight and check the tire pressure on my...
E mālama i nāholoholona lōhiu (Care for wildlife) WILDLIFE PHOTOGRAPHY is a business of long hours and patience. As legendary Maui-based whale photographer and co-founder...
Chef Pang showed us that taking care of one another is what matters most.
Whether your style is to blindly jump in, or to simply test the water with your toes, I hope you find your perfect beach.
We need to honor the wisdom of our past in order to sustain our future.
In this New Year, embrace the optimism of the Water Tiger!
Wishing you a kama‘āina Christmas filled with sweetness and spice, respect and love.
What is the quintessential island living story?
This issue is a paean to food, family and friendship.
Spontaneous healing isn’t a myth. It just takes a little time.
Believe in the truth and strength of this message: Pursue happiness.
Change is constant, it’s the only thing we can really count on.
There is a season for everything: love, food, and birds.
The aloha we carry in our hearts endures any storm.
We are all in the same boat—and strongest when we paddle together.
On an island you are never far from friends.
Celebrating the luxury of simplicity and sharing.
Change is inevitable . . . embrace it with zest.
The best is relative, I’ve learned.
The Year of the Pig is a time for calm reflection of the past 11 years.
Wishing you a holiday filled with friends, family, food, love, and a little whipped cream—for the memories.
On an island, we need each other.
Enjoy our senior editor's guest appearance on this column.
Congratulations to all our winners, and to everyone who paddles into the wind, every day.
Wishing you a spring filled with sunshine, new beginnings, and people you love.
Wishing you a new year in which the brown dog lies low, the path is clear, and riches abound in the most surprising places.
Wishing you a holiday season filled with gratitude and tolerance, fond memories, laughter, and good health. And perhaps a little dim sum!
Maui Nō Ka ‘Oi publisher Diane Haynes Woodburn welcomes the Year of the Dragon, which promises big changes for the world – and this magazine.