It’s kind of a slow weekend, events-wise, but hey, we weren’t even supposed to be here to have to write this up. Still, here are some of the best options going.
Still have gifts to buy and want to support local businesses? You’re in luck! Here are a variety of unique items made here on Maui that (probably) won’t get re-gifted.
There are eleven films playing as part of the First Light Film Festival this week. Three of them are likely Oscar contenders worth checking out.
In news that is almost too weird to type, a pidgin-talking pigeon that reviews movies here on Maui debuts today.
Don’t run the risk of getting a bunch of ink all over your hands. We’ve wasted hours weighing all the options and here are the best picks for the weekend.
Gabriel Iglesias – the “fluffy” comedian known for defining the “Five Levels of Fatness” (and later adding a sixth) – plays the MACC on Thursday night.
Rudner has appeared in several television shows, recorded multiple award-winning comedy specials, and authored five books. This Saturday she plays the MACC.
Plenty to choose from as First Friday (and Santa) hit Wailuku, the Wailea Food and WIne Festival is in full swing, and ProArts Playhouse presents Smokey Joe’s Cafe.
Maui resident Keola Beamer was nominated last night for a Grammy Award for his album Malama Ko Aloha.
The Katinas, a contemporary Christian music group originally from American Samoa, will be playing the MACC Thursday night. We talked to bandmate James Katina.
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