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How could we dedicate an issue to all things hot about Hawai‘i and not include Pele? The volcano goddess is as renowned for her fiery passions as for the molten lava with which she creates new land.
Food has been part of Maui Nō Ka ‘Oi since our premiere issue rolled off the presses in Summer 1996.
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar's closure marks the end of a way of life — and controversy — that began here in 1823 with Maui’s first mill in Wailuku.
Macario Pascual paints the people and activities of his childhood and brings history back to life.
Folks who regularly drive Hana Highway watch for a small concrete structure between Ho‘okipa Beach Park and Maliko Gulch, because every week or two, somebody repaints it.
For one Maui artist, home is a study in light.
Mindful design leads to a residence in harmony with nature.
Larry Ellison has upgraded Lanaʻi town's entertainment center, restoring it to its 1930s appearance and adding premium seats that recline and digital projectors for 3-D movies.
The Maui Academy of Performing Arts could make a revolutionary difference to Maui's economic scene.
A West Maui restaurant group spills the beans on what it takes to succeed.
Hawaiian lore finds the spirit of the divine in the ordinary world.
Terri Erwin of Perfection Bra Fitting in Wailuku Maui created an intimate salon to instruct women on finding the proper bra size according to each individual size and shape.
Technology based on the centuries-old art of origami may soon change the kinds of buildings we call home.
With discovery at the heart of his process, Maui abstract painter Douglas Chun draws inspiration from Chinese calligraphy and shoshin—a Zen Buddhist principle.
Why do Hawaiian skies put on the most amazing light shows?
Using ancient navigation techniques as a guide, master woodworker Keola Sequeira breathes new life into the ancient art of canoe building right here on Maui.
Built in 1935, this restored Upcountry Maui home displays works by artists and craftspeople from around the world—and from just down the street.
In its twenty-five years, Po‘okela has influenced the community beyond Kaanapali Beach Hotel.
Being willing to consider the opposite might just teach you a thing or two about yourself.
Maui’s rich hula history will be on view from November 9, 2010 when Hooulu: The Inspiration of Hula dances into town.
Magic happens when the Hawaiian Chamber of Commerce meets on the beach in Wailea.
This Lahaina house is now a historic site. Five years ago, it faced demolition.
The plucky little ukulele is making a mighty coming back, thanks to some big stars.
This West Maui valley witnessed some of the island's most turbulent history. Now it's helping to redeem the past.
Join MNKO at the May 15th Brewfest.
Twenty-six artists will participate in the 2010 Maui Plein Air Painting Invitational.
Find our how the writer's brown Nissan ended up with blue doors, blue hood, blue hatch and blue gas-cap cover.
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