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.
Tattoo artist Rachel Helmich is passionate about what she does…and how it looks on an individual’s body. The near-engineer now can’t imagine doing anything else.
Lots of options this weekend with Maui Pride events all three days; jazz, world music, and an animated film at the MACC; plus the opening of “Run for Your Wife” at the Iao Theater.
Canadian world music band Delhi 2 Dublin’s unique, danceable, “mix of everything” sound can be enjoyed this Saturday night at the Maui Arts and Cultural Center.
ProArts Playhouse in Kihei kicks off its fall season with a production of the Tony award-winning “Doubt.” Maui Now talks to producer Jonathan Lehman about running a theater on Maui.
The weekend starts a little early with the opening of the 90th annual Maui Fair. Eat, ride, and pet miniature horses before heading to Seabury Hall or catching The Vandals in Lahaina.
Comedians Augie T and Frank De Lima perform Friday at the MACC. Maui Now talked with them about how they got started and what they love the most about Maui.
The graffiti-covered wall flanking the Makawao Municipal Parking Lot is being transformed into a colorful and inspirational mural thanks to some local artists and kids.
The Red Star Music Festival featuring Rebelution, Collie Budz, New Kingston and The Grouch arrives on Maui this weekend along with many other fun community events.
Stairway to Heaven is allegedly banned in some guitar shops, but it’s likely the infamous tune will be heard wafting over the greens at Old Blue in Wailea this Saturday.
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