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April 27, 2018

Kaho’olawe Bill Passes: Reestablishes Cultural Resources Coordinator

$100,000 will be allocated to Kahoʻolawe Island Reserve Commission, as will funding to reestablish its Cultural Project Resources Coordinator position.
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November 01, 2017

Hula Ki‘i: Performance & Discussion, Nov. 4

The performance and discussion will focus on an ancient hula form, Hula Kiʻi—dance with an image, or as an image.
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February 18, 2016

VIDEO: Maui Visitors Bureau Launches New “Maui Mavericks” Campaign

The Maui Visitors and Convention Bureau today launched its new "Maui Mavericks" public relations campaign and selected 16 next-generation leaders as Maui ambassadors for the program.
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May 01, 2012

Native Intelligence Re-Grand Opening & 3rd Anniversary

The retailer of native Hawaiian arts, crafts, clothing and supplies moved from its first home on Market Street to a new location at 1980 Main Street, in the space previously occupied by the reWailuku initiative.
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April 20, 2011

2011 Celebration of the Arts Embraces Ancestral Call

Get immersed in the Hawaiian culture through art, workshops and inspirational dialogue at the 19th Annual Celebration of the Arts.
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April 16, 2011

VIDEO: Floating Luminary Ceremony Shines Light on Love for Japan

Hundreds of people gathered along the shoreline of Kahului Harbor Saturday night to participate in Floating Luminary event.
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April 06, 2010

VIDEO: ‘Awa for the Soul with Kapono’ai Molitau

By Wendy Osher The bitter ‘awa root is often seen in ceremonial protocol throughout the Pacific, but is used in social settings as well.  Cultural practitioner Kapono’ai Molitau, who also sells the product at his Native Intelligence store in old Wailuku Town explains the different levels and protocols associated with the drinking of ‘awa. “The... Read more »
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January 14, 2010

Maui Residents to Participate in Kingdom Bicentennial Event at Iolani Palace

By Wendy Osher An estimated 50 people will to travel from Maui to Oahu to observe events surrounding the 200th year anniversary of the unification of the Hawaiian Islands under Kamehameha the Great. The event entitled Ho`okahi Lahui Hawai`i is organized in part by former Hana, Maui resident Henry Noa.  “It’s an event uniting people... Read more »
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May 04, 2009


Hundreds of people attended the grand opening of the Native Intelligence store in Wailuku Town on Friday.   The new culture and design store celebrates Hawaiian craftsmanship and design and carries items made using traditional means. Dedicated to the preservation and evolution of Hawaiian culture, Native Intelligence, is the newest retail experience to champion Hawaiian artisan,... Read more »
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