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Talk Story published in Maui Nō Ka ʻOi Magazine.

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All’s Fair

Memories made at the Maui County Fair since 1916. The 2013 season returns October 3 to 6, at the War Memorial Kahului Fairgrounds.
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Movie Magic

See the stars under the stars at the annual Maui Film Festival, featuring screenings, food events and celebrity appearances during this weeklong celebration.
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High Ambitions

Will kiteboarding be the newest Olympic sport? Several Mauians hope so.
Maui Sugar Museum

Citizen Cane

Modern Maui’s defining crop may be waning—but the museum that tells its story is flourishing.
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Abundance Circle

Vicki’s dream is for everyone on Maui to have at least one tiny garden.
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Summer Stargazing

Take advantage of Maui’s warm summer nights by gazing up into the star speckled sky.

Lions? Good luck!

Wo Hing Temple’s lion dancers perform during Chinese New Year festivities.
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She’s Got Pull

The only female tugboat captain in Hawaii found her calling at age 17. She has driven everything from a dinghy to a 900-foot oil tanker.
Joseph Dutton

Saint Damien’s Soldier

Outside St. Joseph's Church in Kamalo, on the island of Molokai, stands the marble statue of a Union officer named Joseph Dutton.
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Talk Story

Talk Story on Maui about... Bailey House... Lion King...Kahului Railroad and more!
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Alix in Flowerland

Maui No Ka Oi magazine Associate Publisher Alix Buchter shares her insider perspective of the recent Philadelphia International Flower Show.
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Folk Mooosic

BrownChicken BrownCow, a quartet of string players from West Virginia, is wooing the Maui folk music fans.
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Tea-Totalers

The slopes of Haleakalā's cloud-kissed terrain is the perfect environment for growing tea.
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Cutting the Ties That Bind

Large Whale Entanglement Response Coordinator Ed Lyman offers this analogy to explain his work: "It's like triage, and we're like whale doctors."
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Rainy Season

Ho‘oilo starts in November and marks the rainy season in Hawaii. Micro climates and rain fall varies with wind, geography and elevation.
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The Art of Glass

"The Art of Glass” runs from January 22 through February 19.
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Portuguese Horseshoes

You may see it at the beach or a friend's backyard: the game is Portuguese Horseshoes.
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Shaka Sleuthing

Exploring the shaka's origin.

Need a resource?

These florists will help you lei your graduate.
Kim mosley

Working Miracles in Art Restoration

Art restorer Kim Mosley credits her classical training and eclectic experience for enabling her to restore art in all kinds of media.
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Hala: The Hawaiian Aphrodisiac

When foraging for plants to kindle romance, the love-struck Hawaiian had no further to look than the distinctive Hala tree.

Talk Story

The Man Behind Maui’s Best Athletes  Story by Ashley Probst  Scott Sanchez’s training facility in Ha‘iku is an athlete’s paradise. The floor is an organized chaos of...
Shane Victorino

The Flyin’ Hawaiian

World Series champ Shane Victorino is arguably—right now—the state’s most famous native son.
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Local Buzz

Hawaiian bees face unique challenges.

Hallelujah It’s a Sing-along

Maui Choral Arts invites their holiday audience to sing along with George Handels Messiah.
Plant a Wish

From Little Things, Big Things Grow

When Sara Tekula and Joe Imhoff married on Maui in 2007, they planted a tree and asked friends to plant wishes on slips of paper beneath it. A mission grew.
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The Meaning of Kamaʻaina

The Hawaiian work kamaʻaina isn’t so much about bloodlines and birthplace, as about a fully intentional way to live.

Maui Events & News

Imua Family Services’ Will Smith Discovery Garden

A World of Pure Imagination  Story by Savy Janssen Photographs by Jason Moore  Sunlight filtered through the outstretched arms of the 120-year-old monkey pod trees, and...

A Day in the Life of Maui People

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