If your Halloween costume escapades were trounced by the tsunami that wasn’t…cheer up! It’s not over yet.
Get into the Halloween spirit with everything from a haunted Haiku hike to a Macbeth performance to the 2nd annual “Ghoulin Rouge” event at the Montessori School.
The 2012 leg of Russell Peters’ tour was limited to very few American cities: New York, Los Angeles, Phoenix, Honolulu…and Kahului!?
“When dealing with aliens, I gave them everything
except the kitchen sink.” If artist Jefferson Stillwell’s pieces don’t get a smile out of you, the descriptions will.
It may not feel all that crisp and autumn-ish out there, but the season is upon us regardless. Hit that point home at a variety of Oktoberfest/Fall Festival Celebrations this weekend.
Multiple events – including the Angkor Wat International Film Festival, classical musician Kayhan Kalhor and ’80s pop sensation Tiffany – have been added to the schedule.
The three-day event celebrates West Maui’s plantation roots, and kicks off with an ‘Ohana Movie Night on Thursday, featuring the independent film “Picture Bride” on a giant outdoor screen. Gates open at 6 p.m.
Pattie Hanna’s students took home nearly a dozen blue ribbons this year, but spreading the skill is her utmost goal. “What matters to me as a lei maker is passing it on.”
This weekend on Maui, enjoy Second Friday in Lahaina, help clean up the Japanese Gardens at the Kepaniwai Park & Heritage Gardens or drive your sports car really fast.
A crowd of more than 10,000 is expected, and a variety of events are planned, including a cook-off in which Maui Now will participate as a judge.
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