Some of the world’s most sought-after tropical flowers, including heliconia, ginger and protea are being grown right here on Maui by local flower farmers.
Dining Diva heads to Lānaʻ for a whirlwind culinary tour. Follow her Neighbor Island jaunt just a boat ride away and discover some of the Pineapple Isle's most mouth-watering restaurants.
The annual East Maui Taro Festival in Hana is the perfect opportunity to learn about—and taste—this delicacy.
This growing guide helps Maui residents determine the best vegetables within their area. From Upcountry to the West Side, there is a perfect bulb for you.
Scientists track the history of the elusive Hawaiian land crab, and along the way, discover an important piece into a complex ecological puzzle.
Capture the calming spirit of a professional spa and create your own at-home version with help from award-winning spa designer Sylvia Sepielli.
Maui interior designer Rick Cowan explains helpful tips and tricks on how to transform an unused space into an entertaining home theater experience.
Originally from Texas, grill master Rob Wheeler brings his barbecue secrets to Maui shores. Look for his portable, custom-designed smoking and grilling trailer throughout the island.
This American Institute of Architects (AIA) Maui Chapter award-winning home combines ancient Hawaiian building practices with vernacular Japanese architecture.
"Aloha comes to us in lessons every day; it is up to us to recognize when the lesson comes, and what we are going to do with it.”
With renowned Chef Sheldon Simeon at the helm, Maui’s newest dining hot spot is Leoda's Kitchen and Pie Shop in Olowalu. Treat your taste buds with their homemade pies in all flavors and sizes.
Jim Whitcomb, founder and CEO of Haleakala Solar, discusses the top ten most important questions to ask before deciding on a solar contractor.
Tita talks about her love of poi and the annual East Maui Taro Festival happening in Hana.
In his column, local Maui wine master Charles Fredy discusses the differences and similarities between pinot grigio and pinot gris.
Diane Haynes-Woodburn reflects on the one constant in life—change—and previews some of the exciting stories of rebirth and renewal in the spring issue.