The sunny village featuring palm trees, sand, a surf shack, roasting pig, and swimming was nō ka ʻoi, winning first place 2,679 miles away.
Although he was part of the recent Maui Comedy Fest lineup, the upcoming show is his first headline act at a large scale venue.
After an inaugural event this year, organizers of the Maui Comedy Festival have announced the return of the event for a second year in 2015.
The Maui Chamber Orchestra, under the baton of Maestro Robert E. Wills will celebrate Christmas with two concerts on Dec. 20 at 7:30 p.m. and Dec. 21 at 3 p.m. in the historic ʻĪao Theater in Wailuku.
The marketplace is open from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. this Sunday, Dec. 21, near mile 16.9 of the Kula Highway at Kaʻama Street (about a quarter-mile past Grandma’s Coffeehouse).
The Pāʻia Town Association is backing the return of Pāʻia Gives, an annual event that raises thousands of dollars for charities and non-profit organizations adopted by each participating store.
From waves in Nicaragua, Cabo, Fiji and Cali, it was Lenny’s surfing Maui’s local Peʻahi “Jaws” that brought the crowd to an overwhelming applause.
Just in time for the holidays, California-based singer and songwriter Jason Mraz lends his laid-back, melodic songs to Maui’s listening audience.
Fine art photographer Peter Lik, who has a gallery on Front Street in Lahaina, just sold a black and white photo entitled “Phantom” to a private collector for a record $6.5 million.
Fans of Stand Up Paddle surfing have an opportunity to get a widescreen view from the wave during tonight’s premiere of The SUP Movie.
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