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    Diana Krall at Maui Arts and Cultural Center

    Mar. 23, 2009 (3595 views)

    Mauians are an artsy bunch. How else to explain the existence of the Maui Arts and Cultural Center, a venue that consistently lures world-class entertainers from all corners of the globe to showcase their talents before warmly receptive crowds in the middle of the vast Pacific Ocean? Created primarily as the result of private donations, the MACC houses an art gallery, hosts programs, sponsors classes and of course,...

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    Maui Thing grand opening

    Aug. 14, 2008 (483 views)

    WAILUKU – It was a 4th of July party to rival some of the best ever on Market Street.  Maui Thing set off its own brand of fireworks, celebrating a brand new flagship boutique and all things good.To put an exclamation mark point on “good”, the clothing company donated 5% of its opening night proceeds to A Keiki’s Dream foundation to benefit the county’s neediest children.After Reverend Apo’s store blessing and the official lei-cutting by owner Saedene Ota,...

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    Announcing GiftBasketsOnMaui.com

    Sep. 11, 2010 (4400 views)

    Janice "DaBunLady" is back and the Basket Designs are better than ever! Visit my new website www.GiftBasketsOnMaui.comSpecializing in Hawaiian Style Gift Baskets, Corporate & Incentive Amenities, Christmas and Easter Holiday Baskets andSpecial Occasions ...

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    Is It Love, Or Is It Maui?

    Dec. 10, 2007 (3438 views)

    For years I shunned the idea of visiting Hawaii. Too commercial. Too many outdated surfer boys, too many hula girls on dashboards, umbrellas in Mai Tais and tacky jokes about getting "lei-ed." Where was the adventure in Hawaii? How would the budget-minded traveler find her place amid the high-rise condos and beaches of Waikiki? There was a whole world to see out there and Hawaii was the familiar boy next door. I stayed away, convinced it was better left to the suburban, middle-aged vacationers...

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