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Boys’ Day a tradition

May 5, 2014 May 5 is another opportunity for all of Maui to enjoy one of the cultural contributions to the island’s calendar of special days. more »»

How far we have fallen

May 4, 2014 It’s interesting that 53 years after the United States put its first citizen in space, a Russian official is using our tattered space program to belittle us. In response to stricter U.. more »»

A perspective on political fights

May 3, 2014 There is a tendency to look at history — particularly at our historical heroes — through rose-colored glasses. more »»

A sad testament to distractedness

May 2, 2014 As we await the numbers from the Maui Police Department of the tickets written in April for distracted driving, a sad story from North Carolina reminds us of the dangers of the practice. more »»

The meaning of May Day

May 1, 2014 Today is May Day. more »»

NBA does the right thing

April 30, 2014 In recent years, many professional athletes have rejected the notion that their privileged positions carry with them the obligation to be role models for the younger set. more »»

Old folks still rule

April 29, 2014 When one is very young, there is almost a knee-jerk reaction against the establishment. more »»

New media, old biases

April 28, 2014 As one surfs the massive waves of the Internet ocean, one thing becomes abundantly clear: The World Wide Web is not a place for objectivity. more »»

Rein in the spending

April 27, 2014 Maui County received some good news Friday when the state Legislature upped the counties’ share of the transient accommodations tax by $20 million. more »»

George Jones, one of a kind

April 26, 2014 “Just because I asked a friend about her “Just because I spoke her name somewhere “Just because I rang her number by mistake today “She thinks I still care” — From “She Thinks I Still Care,” sung b... more »»

Hannemann runs again

April 25, 2014 Mufi Hannemann’s official entry in the 2014 Hawaii gubernatorial race complicates an already murky situation. Hannemann announced Thursday he will run under the Hawaii Independent Party banner. more »»

Molested yet again

April 24, 2014 Our legal system has a strange bent to it. Some statutes defy logic and court interpretations sometimes even make them stranger. more »»

Spotlight on Maui

April 23, 2014 It was a little strange seeing Maui as the focal point of a huge national news story. The saga of the 15-year-old stowaway in the wheel well of a Hawaiian Airlines 767 brought a big spotlight on Maui. more »»

Nice plugs for our islands

April 22, 2014 There was a variety of good news for our visitor industry over the last couple of days. more »»

A reminder of the Nazis

April 21, 2014 Leaflets distributed last week outside a synagogue in Donetsk, a city in eastern Ukraine, are evoking more memories of Europe in the 1930s. more »»

Resurrection and hope

April 20, 2014 The Apostle Mark chronicled the event being celebrated by Christians today: “And the angel answered and said unto the women, fear not ye: for I know that ye seek Jesus, which was crucified. more »»

Forgetful? Join the club

April 19, 2014 Well, here’s a depressing thought: According to an article in The Wall Street Journal titled “Why We Keep Losing Our Keys; Absentminded at Any Age,” the brain’s cognitive functioning peaks at age 20... more »»

A gift for Hanabusa

April 18, 2014 Incumbents always have the advantage in elections. more »»

Seeking control of the Internet

April 17, 2014 A few months ago Amazon.com announced it was testing a system for using drones to deliver packages to customers’ doorsteps. more »»

A time for holidays

April 16, 2014 This week, two religions celebrate major holidays. The Jewish holiday of Passover began Monday evening and continues until the evening of Tuesday, April 2. more »»

 
 
 

 

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