Thursday is the Fourth of July. Sure, you can light a bunch of fireworks in the street- or- you can go to some of these events. Heck, do both!
This weekend you can drink beer to save birds, stay up all night at the War Memorial or catch the new shows at the Maui Theater.
In celebration of 50 years of ownership by the Erdman family, Ulupalakua Ranch and Vineyards will be holding a special event on Sunday.
This Sunday at 2 p.m. at Casanova’s in Makawao you can help support the Mana’olana Pink Paddlers, a canoe club for cancer survivors and supporters.
Tomorrow night at 6:30 p.m. as part of the “ONO” (one night only) series, the Historic Iao Theater will be presenting the play “Mom’s Gift.”
The longest day and shortest night of year in the northern hemisphere is upon us and brings with it musical acts and shows every day this weekend.
The Maui Theatre announced the opening of two new music based shows at the end of this month, that will join the long-running ʻUlalena in sharing the Lahaina venue.
As the warm summer temperatures continue, adults and particularly senior citizens may be looking for creative ways to cool down.
Tomorrow night you can learn a little bit more about threats to the local environment via some short films made by Maui youth.
George Kahumoku Jr.’s Grammy Award-winning slack key guitar show “Masters of Hawaiian Music” will be presenting an all-stars performance on Wednesday.
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