Kapalua – Ainee Yu-Cua (from left, first photo), Andrew Roger, general manager of The Ritz-Carlton, Kapalua and Lani Clarion pause for a photo-op before enjoying the Kapalua Wine & Food Festival last weekend; Bryan Berkowitz photo.
Wailea – Jeanne Dunn celebrates her granddaughter Kale’a’s first birthday at Polo Beach Park (second photo); Kaipo Thomas photo.
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Crowds flock to Wailea golf course for Celestial Cinema screening, courtesy Maui Film Festival.
“Making a B Line to Haidabucks, Salmonberry Frap” by Sonny Assu • ‘First Nations Art’ exhibit, Sunday at Schaefer Int. Gallery, MACC, courtesy the MACC.
Participant in past Pa‘u Parade honoring King Kamehameha I • Na Kamehameha Pa‘u Parade & Ho‘olaule‘a, Saturday & Sunday at Lahaina Banyan Tree Park, courtesy Na Kamehameha Commemorative Pa‘u Parade.
Surfboard on Maui beach • Beach cleanup, Saturday at Baldwin Beach Park, Paia, Maui News file photo.
Movie poster from “Pavarotti” directed by Ron Howard. Photo courtesy MFF
Still of The Byrds from “Echo in the Canyon.” Photo courtesy Greenwich Entertainment
Jakob Dylan (left) and Tom Petty in “Echo in the Canyon.” Photo courtesy Greenwich Entertainment
Jessie Buckley stars in “Wild Rose” screening at 8 tonight at the Celestial Cinema in Wailea. Photo courtesy Maui Film Festival
Photo courtesy MFTF
MFF 2019 Rising Star Honoree Maya Erskine stars alongside Jack Quaid in this tale of a single woman who forges a pact with her college friend to look for love.
MFF 2019 Shining Star Award Honoree Awkwafina stars in a story about a girl who returns to China when her family discovers that the beloved matriach and grandmother only has a short time left to live. Photos courtesy Maui Film Festival
Tesse Thompson (left) and Chris Hemsworth in a scene from “Men In Black: International” opening today. Sony Picutres via AP
Jessie T. Usher (from left), Samuel L. Jackson and Richard Roundtree as John Shaft in a scene from “Shaft (2019).” Warner Bros. Picutres via AP
“Kinky Boots the Musical,” captured live on London’s Adelphi Theatre stage, will screen later this month at Regal Maui Mall Megaplex. Photo courtesy lastminute.com
Brian Connolly (left, both photos) and Dale Button continue their cat-and-mouse games in ProArts production of “Sleuth” by Anthony Shaffer, directed by Jason Strahn. Performances are at 7:30 p.m. Thursdays through Saturdays and 3 p.m. Sundays, through June 23 at the ProArts Playhouse in Azeka Shopping Center Makai in Kihei. Tickets are $26. For more information or to purchase tickets for any ProArts event, call 463-6550 or visit www.proartsmaui.com.
Brian Connolly and Dale Button in ProArts production of “Sleuth.”
Catch Kanekoa Saturday at the Maui Coffee Attic ($15 in advance; $20 at the door). Visit www.mauicoffeeattic.com for info and tickets. Photo courtesy the artists
Acclaimed California winemakers Richard Sanford (left) and Donald Patz were panelists at the Kapalua Wine & Food Festival last weekend. Patz is a repeat Maui visitor. Carla Tracy photo