Pau Hana

Pet of the Week

Wishing you had an upbeat best friend that’s sure to keep you laughing for years to come? Then you really should come and meet me, Peaches, dog No. H37. I’m a playful and jolly 6-year-old spayed female that’s looking for a family to shower with a ton of cuddles and kisses. I wasn’t ...

Alzheimer’s benefit launches Maui Culinary Theater

Sugar Beach Events will launch the Maui Culinary Theater from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. April 28 as a benefit for Hawaii Alzheimer’s Association chapter. Located at 85 North Kihei Road in Kihei, Sugar Beach Events will add this culinary theater to its ongoing lineup of stellar event and cooking ...

Westin KOR and Nanea offer Easter dining options

Still looking to book an Easter brunch or dinner for today? The Westin Ka‘anapali Ocean Resort Villas and sister property the Westin Nanea will present various choices at a few outlets. At Westin KOR, Auntie’s Kitchen offers its daily breakfast buffet, a la carte breakfast and all-day ...

Hawaii Food & Wine fest to announce lineup

While the Maui portion of the Hawai‘i Food & Wine Festival won’t transpire until Oct. 18 to 20 at various venues in Ka‘anapali Resort, a launch party to announce the statewide lineup of superstar chefs and winemakers will be held Friday evening at the Kahala Hotel & Resort on ...

Book Review: An inside look at ‘The View’

• “Ladies Who Punch: The Explosive Inside Story of ‘The View’ ” (Thomas Dunne Books), by Ramin Setoodeh Chances are, if you’ve never tuned into the talk show “The View,” you have heard about it. Legendary journalist and creator Barbara Walters had one goal in mind in 1997: ...

Publishers Weekly Best-sellers

HARDCOVER FICTION 1. “Where the Crawdads Sing” by Delia Owens (G.P. Putnam’s Sons) 2. “Someone Knows” by Lisa Scottoline (G.P. Putnam’s Sons) 3. “Lost Roses” by Martha Hall Kelly (Ballantine) 4. “Two Weeks” by Karen Kingsbury (Howard) 5. “The Cornwalls are Gone” ...

Looking Back Through The Maui News

100 Years Ago 1919 — The desirability of establishing a big military convalescent hospital and sanatorium in the Kula district of Maui is being considered in Army circles in Honolulu. The matter appears to have been taken up by the Army people without any instigation from Maui. 75 Years ...

Thrift Stores

The following is a listing of nonprofit organizations that sell an assortment of used and donated goods. For changes or new listings, call 242-6343. • Goodwill Retail Thrift Store, 250 Alamaha St., Ste. N-9, Kahului, 442-8989, Monday to Saturday, 9 a.m.-6 p.m., Sunday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. ...

Five travel rewards myths that could cost you $$$

Twenty-four years ago, I knew so little about travel rewards that I took an around-the-world trip without signing up for a single frequent traveler program. Those lost points and miles still haunt me. Fast forward to last summer, when our family stayed two nights at a luxury hotel in Venice, ...

Cacao growing in West Maui … Oh, Wow!

Island’s newest farm-to-bar company is harvesting fruit now for its Lahaina factory — opening in coming months “Nine out of 10 people adore chocolate, the 10th person is a liar.” — Anonymous As a chocolate lover, I want my husband to look at me in the same way I longingly gaze ...

In the Loop

Celebrating its five-year anniversary, Montage Kapalua Bay announces significant property enhancements as well as new spa offerings, a restaurant rebranding and package deals at the 24-acre, picturesque resort. Last year, all 50 of the residential-style, multi-bedroom suites were ...

Salute wonderful world of kites at Wo Hing Museum

April is National Kite Month and to celebrate, Lahaina Restoration Foundation is holding a Chinese Kite Festival from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Friday, April 26 at Wo Hing Museum and Cookhouse at 858 Front St. in Lahaina. During the festival, kites representing traditional and modern styles from ...

Village Galleries latest exhibition

Village Galleries announces a shared exhibition of recent works by Maui artists Jim Lynch and Jamie Roth. A gala reception from 6 to 9 p.m. Friday at 120 Dickenson St. in Lahaina presents a fun-filled evening of art, music and refreshments. Lynch is an American colorist. He paints en plein ...

Andrew Weil, MD to lead annual Maui Medical Cannabis Symposium

Integrative health pioneer, best-selling author and chief science officer for Maui Grown Therapies, Dr. Andrew Weil is the featured speaker for the third annual Maui Medical Cannabis Symposium at 7 p.m. Thursday in McCoy Studio Theater at Maui Arts & Cultural Center in Kahului. Appearing ...

Celebrate Freddie’s Sweet 16

Freddie the tortoise is celebrating his Sweet Sixteen this year, and Maui Humane Society has a celebration planned from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday. Join the Easter Egg Hunt for ages 5 and younger beginning at 11 a.m. with keiki ages 6 and older joining in right after. Enjoy a piece of ...

Lei Day annual concert with Robert Cazimero

Robert Cazimero fills the Castle Theater at the Maui Arts & Cultural Center with the sweet sounds of Hawaii at 7:30 p.m. Friday, May 3, in his traditional Lei Day concert. A master of his craft, Cazimero’s musicianship and vocals blend to produce a tapestry that is now part of the ...

Pet of the Week

Looking for a confident and cuddly new BFF? Then you have got to get down here and meet me, Dede, cat No.164. I’m a cross-eyed 6-year-old lady that can’t wait to be loved on by people of all ages and sizes. Having so many cats for roommates is not my thing, so I’d really prefer to be ...

Book Review: Hall pens breakout novel

• “They All Fall Down” (Forge), by Rachel Howzell Hall After four well-received novels about LAPD homicide cop Elouise “Lou” Norton, Rachel Howzell Hall confidently delivers a highly entertaining stand-alone that pays homage to Agatha Christie while finding its own individual ...

Publishers Weekly Best-sellers

HARDCOVER FICTION 1. “Where the Crawdads Sing” by Delia Owens (G.P. Putnam’s Sons) 2. “The Cornwalls are Gone” by James Patterson and Brendan DuBois (Little, Brown) 3. “The Savior” by J.R. Ward (Gallery Books) 4. “Run Away” by Harlan Coben (Grand Central Publishing) 5. ...

Looking Back Through The Maui News

100 Years Ago 1919 — For the first time in many months the Matson steamer Manoa will poke her nose into Kahului Harbor tomorrow morning. The Maui liner has, like most other craft of all descriptions, been serving Uncle Sam in the war. 75 Years Ago 1944 — Travel regulations restricting ...