Awash with March Madness? Step away from those bracket predictions and burn off that nervous energy while watching other people work up a sweat.
This weekend only, Maui’s Alexander Academy Performing Company presents Swan Lake. We spoke to director Danelle Watson about the ambitious production.
Whether on Molokai, Lanai or Maui, you’ll soon have a chance to “Laugh for Relief” with Rex Navarrete and Augie T.
This Saturday, Paula Fuga plays a sunset gathering benefiting the Maui Huliau Foundation. Held at Ocean Vodka in Kula, the event is limited to 250 people.
On Thursday, March 13, the MACC screens “Dakota 38,” a documentary retracing the events following the US-Dakota War and eventual hanging of 38 men.
Once again, Friday has rolled around, bringing with it Brazilian world music, humorist David Sedaris, and a free screening of the film “Despicable Me.”
Presuming you didn’t give up drinking, dancing and/or costumes for Lent, this Saturday, March 8, you can attend the third annual Maui AIDS Foundation Mardi Gras.
The Green will be the opening act for the sold-out Hawaiʻi concerts featuring Bruno Mars in April.
The 2009 novel, which tells the tale of Indian twins raised in Ethiopia as the country undergoes political transformation and civil unrest, was one of Amazon and Publishers Weekly’s Best Books of the year and also won an Indies Choice Book Award.
Cole – known for such hits as “This Will Be”, “Inseparable” and “Our Love” – will be bringing her R&B and jazz-based pop to Maui next Monday, March 10.
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