Meet the mermaid on staff at the Grand Wailea Resort.
Meet the jolly elf who has brought in the most donations of any bell ringer on Maui.
A Day in the Life with Emanuela “Manu” Vinciguerra, Sales & Marketing Director at Kumu Farms.
“Our goal is to be bee ambassadors, and we want to let people know that you don’t need to kill them.”
A familiar face at national and international comic-book conventions, James Silvani chats with fans and churns out commissions.
At Kahanu ʻAina Greens, it's not just about growing food; it's about creating community.
Sharks and Portuguese man o’ war barely stop Maui’s local water legend, Michael Spalding.
Lauren Shearer puts a new twist on an ancient art.
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.
Mushroom hunting is an intimate relationship with the environment, knowing when the combination of moisture, soil and tree types will align.
Meet James Armstrong, a scientist and teacher at Maui's Institute For Astronomy, who works with the world's largest educational telescope, Faulkes Telescope North.
This inspiring kids’ club raises money from recycled materials to perform good deeds for the community.
“Maui really is a melting pot and QKC events reflect that,” says Queen Ka‘ahumanu Center's Marketing Director Toni Rojas.
Farmer. Foodie. Poet. Professor.
Vicki’s dream is for everyone on Maui to have at least one tiny garden.
We talk story with radio personality Bill Best.
There's no such thing as a typical workday for an ocean safety officer.
A whale photographer on capturing the big picture.
The Maui bookmobile carries a lot of volumes—about 3,000 books, periodicals and DVDs—everywhere it goes.
Art restorer Kim Mosley credits her classical training and eclectic experience for enabling her to restore art in all kinds of media.
Large Whale Entanglement Response Coordinator Ed Lyman offers this analogy to explain his work: "It's like triage, and we're like whale doctors."
“When you get in [cold] water, you lose two ring sizes. There are thousands of rings in the ocean because of that.”
Whether he’s doing makeup, hairstyling, or constructing a theatrical accessory, creativity is essential.
This protection bullfighter isn’t focused on the dangers to himself; he’s more concerned about riders’ safety.
In wedding planning, “Every day is different,” Carolee says. “One day I’m spray-painting candlesticks, and the next I’m climbing aboard a helicopter to check out a remote waterfall for nuptials in an exotic location.”
Triple threat: He can dance. He can chant. And he can sing.
Maui luthier Steve Grimes has built guitars for some of the top players in the world, including Steve Miller and Willie Nelson.
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