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The Hui is Happening for the Holiday’s
The Hui is Happening for the Holiday’s
November 23rd, 2010 · Comments Off on The Hui is Happening for the Holiday’s · People
 

On Wednesday, December 1st at 5pm, the Hui No’eau Visual Arts Center in Makawao will host “First Night,” an exclusive sneak peak holiday shopping event featuring the works of numerous local artists, live music, food, and wine.


Getting Healthy at Hawaii's Farmers' Markets
Getting Healthy at Hawaii’s Farmers’ Markets
November 23rd, 2010 · Comments Off on Getting Healthy at Hawaii’s Farmers’ Markets · Health & Wellness
 

A favorite activity in Hawaii for residents and visitors alike is browsing the many farmers’ markets offering a wide range of fresh wares. Whether you are looking for the juiciest pineapple in the islands or the freshest Kona coffee beans, these open-air markets offer a plethora of enticing options right from Hawaii’s farms to your […]


Cheyenne Ehrlich Launches Online Meditation Course
Cheyenne Ehrlich Launches Online Meditation Course
November 22nd, 2010 · Comments Off on Cheyenne Ehrlich Launches Online Meditation Course · People
 

Cheyenne Ehrlich, internet entrepreneur and owner of Paia Meditation, has launched an interactive online meditation program called Learn to Sit. The program is designed to make meditation, a practice that is scientifically proven to reduce stress, increase brain function, and lower blood pressure, more accessible.


Medical Reserve Corps of Hawaii Looking for a Few Good Men and Women
Medical Reserve Corps of Hawaii Looking for a Few Good Men and Women
November 22nd, 2010 · Comments Off on Medical Reserve Corps of Hawaii Looking for a Few Good Men and Women · Health & Wellness
 

The Hawaii Medical Reserve Corps was created to provide medical and health services to the community throughout the year and in specific times of need. This organization works through natural disasters, disease outbreaks and acts of terrorism to meet the needs of Hawaiian residents. The Hawaii Medical Reserve Corps is made up entirely of volunteers, […]


With Paia Yoga, Founder Abigail Perrin Builds North Shore Yoga Community
With Paia Yoga, Founder Abigail Perrin Builds North Shore Yoga Community
November 20th, 2010 · Comments Off on With Paia Yoga, Founder Abigail Perrin Builds North Shore Yoga Community · People
 

Thanks to a collaboration between Paia Yoga and lululemon athletica, a tight budget is no longer a barrier to experiencing the numerous health benefits of yoga. On Sundays from 5:30-6pm, Paia Yoga will host a free community yoga class supported by the lululemon Maui showroom, Paia’s new yoga and athletic wear boutique. This “vinyasa flow” class is suitable for all levels and is taught by lululemon ambassadors, representing some of Maui’s best yoga teachers.


Safe Fish Eating Tips in Hawaii
Safe Fish Eating Tips in Hawaii
November 19th, 2010 · Comments Off on Safe Fish Eating Tips in Hawaii · Health & Wellness
 

Most visitors to the islands look forward to eating their share of fresh fish during their tropical travels. Hawaii provides a plethora of seafood options, from the delicate, sweet flavor of mahi-mahi to the more robust texture and flavor of opah. These delectable offerings provide much more than a delicious meal to savor; most fish […]


Cudra Clover Wants to Make Your Life Exotic
Cudra Clover Wants to Make Your Life Exotic
November 18th, 2010 · Comments Off on Cudra Clover Wants to Make Your Life Exotic · People
 

“Aloha Arm Chair Safarians, Grab your Mai Tai’s, put your Fez on, jump into your Barcalounger and get ready to listen to some mind-blowing music. “
This is the description of The Cudra Clover Exotica Hour, a Maui based radio program that plays an eclectic mix of exotica tiki-style lounge music.


Tracking the Flu in Hawaii
Tracking the Flu in Hawaii
November 18th, 2010 · Comments Off on Tracking the Flu in Hawaii · Health & Wellness
 

The seasonal flu hits communities across the country every season, and Hawaii is no exception. To help track the cases of flu in the state, the Hawaii State Department of Health has implemented the Influenza Surveillance Program. This program uses a variety of indicators to track influenza year-round on the islands, since the high incidence […]


Have Bed Bugs Come to Hawaii?
Have Bed Bugs Come to Hawaii?
November 17th, 2010 · Comments Off on Have Bed Bugs Come to Hawaii? · Health & Wellness
 

Bed bug infestations have become a source of concern across the country, with numerous cities citing serious battles with the tiny pests. Have bed bugs come to Hawaii as well? While initial reports indicate that bed bugs may be a problem in some areas of the islands, we have information to help you recognize and […]


Sing-It-Yourself “Messiah” Back For The Holidays
Sing-It-Yourself “Messiah” Back For The Holidays
November 17th, 2010 · 1 Comment · People
 

You are invited to take part in The Maui Choral Arts Association’s 10th anniversary presentation of Handel’s Messiah on Sunday, November 28, 3 p.m., at the Hyatt Regency Maui Resort & Spa, Monarchy Ballroom.


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