Sharks and Portuguese man o’ war barely stop Maui’s local water legend, Michael Spalding.
The official state mammal of Hawai‘i, the monk seal, faces many threats.
Beware of false claims: The terms “reef-safe” and “reef-friendly” are not regulated.
"The Art of Glass” runs from January 22 through February 19.
The slopes of Haleakalā's cloud-kissed terrain is the perfect environment for growing tea.
Exploring the shaka's origin.
You can make a wreath out of anything!
Sheldon Simeon's new cookbook is a collection of recipes celebrating local-style Island cuisine.
Enjoy these hair-raising tales from the community.
Meet Maui's "Cookie Elves."
Maui Nō Ka ‘Oi photographer Daniel Sullivan came face-to-face with a great white shark — and survived.
Maui artist Kirk Kurokawa painted the mural at the Nisei Veterans Memorial Center.
There’s a new hybrid bulldozer hard at work on Maui.
Joy Galatro’s days are filled with stories of preservation and giving back.
Watch as our Talk Story subject and Whale Trust co-founder Flip Nicklin comes eye-to-eye with a male humpback whale.
Get the recipe Natal Plum Holiday Relish for a new holiday tradition.
A Day in the Life with Emanuela “Manu” Vinciguerra, Sales & Marketing Director at Kumu Farms.
Are you familiar with the Aloha Spirit law?
When you enter the ocean this fall, remember that it’s not just the sharks’ home; it’s their nursery.
Census 2020 is now underway on Maui.
Strung together, the tissue-thin flowers of the ‘ilima bush make an exquisite lei.
Edmond Tavares is just as humble and dynamic as the instrument he makes.
Modern Maui’s defining crop may be waning—but the museum that tells its story is flourishing.
‘Awapuhi is one of the twenty-seven species known as “canoe plants”—plants the first Hawaiians carried with them and relied on when colonizing these Islands.
A whale photographer on capturing the big picture.
January and February is the best time to view lightning in Hawaiʻi.
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