There was an absence of homelessness in Hawaiian culture Where’s the heart in our current culture? Spiritual cancer? Short term rental properties are literally eating local people out of house and home. With so many property owners cashing in on Hawaiian Culture and the tourism industry (there are an estimated 5-10,000 vacation rentals on Maui, many illegal), affordable rent has gone out the window. When a vacationing tourist can afford $2,000 dollars a week for a one bedroom
A Lesson Learned... There is DUALITY to everything in life. Without it, there is no balance. If one TAKES, one must GIVE!! Time waits for no man. We can be a part of the solution or a part of the problem. It breaks my heart when many outsiders move to Hawaii and like blind children, they unknowingly neglect the environment and disrespect the culture. Many exploit the gems of Hawaii to the world for amusement while misunderstanding it's true significance. These are the very on
Maui Salt and Sage Magazine, the Maui AMPFest and our website are part of The Aloha Project: Promoting Aloha, Music, Hawaiian Culture & sustainable living through international collaboration.
All three strive to showcase the diversity of the subcultures on Maui with Hawaiian Culture and music as the centerpiece. We hope to perpetuate the Spirit of Aloha and create a worldwide bond between socially and politically conscious people, musicians, artists and writers from around
We at Maui salt and Sage Magazine began with Aidan a couple of years ago and he's always been close to our hearts. Although he's gone to Hollywood now, his music is still infused with Aloha Spirit. His latest album ECHOES is, in our opinion, absolutely amazing. Please take a listen on Youtube: Aidan James Aidan James hails from the Aloha State – Hawaii; a place steep in the traditions of its culture, dance, and music. Although the ukulele is most known for its Hawaiian tradit
Kokua for Kupuna Hosted by Henry Kapono Saturday, September 2 at 7:15 PM - 8:15 PM Sheraton Maui Resort & Spa 2605 Kaanapali Pkwy, Kaanapali, Hawaii 96761 Please join Henry Kapono and Johnny Valentine on Saturday, September 9, 2017 from 4:30 – 8:30 p.m. at the Sheraton Maui Resort & Spa on the Ocean Lawn to enjoy an evening oceanfront and under the stars with Henry Kapono. Your traditional Hawaiian luau dinner will include two cocktails, beer or wine. Funds raised will contin
Red Bull Party Wave 2017 Sunday, AUGUST 27 9 AM - 6 PM Kuhio Beach, Waikīkī, Honolulu, HI "In Hawai’i we greet friends, loved ones and strangers with Aloha, which means with love. Aloha is the key word to the universal spirit of real hospitality, which makes Hawai’i renowned as the world’s center of understanding and fellowship. Try meeting or leaving people with Aloha. You’ll be surprised by their reaction. I believe it, and it is my creed. Aloha to you." - Duke Paoa Kahanam
Captain Jack's Lahaina Captain Jack's is a fun, friendly, family run restaurant on Historic Front St. in Lahaina. Great views of the World Famous Banyan Tree and Lahaina Harbor await. Using only the best ingredients we proudly serve a variety of dishes from fresh locally caught fish, hand breaded Coconut Shrimp, award winning Lilikoi beer battered Fish-n-Chips to Ribs with house made BBQ, sliced Rib Eye Philly Cheese Steaks and more. Pioneer Inn "This restaurant is located in
Aloha Folks, Here's a little self-indulgence. It's a review of my novel by The Midwest Book Review. Thanks for reading! ★★★★★ 5 Stars, Midwest Book Review – “Very Highly Recommended” The Tradewinds by Philip Scott Wikel Author's Blog: http://philipscottwikel.wordpress.com To purchaseThe Tradewinds: Amazon The Tradewinds Publisher: Julian Day Publishing Page Count: 160 Binding Type: US Trade Paper Trim Size: 5" x 8" Fiction / Literary ISBN/EAN13: 1450588271 / 9781450588270 Rev
Event Hosts: Down the Hatch, Lahaina Town Action Committee, Volcom, Mālama Maui Nui, Cultivate
13th Annual Lahaina Town Clean Up
Saturday, September 16th, 2017 8 am – 1 pm
Last year more than 500 Volunteers participated in the Lahaina Town Clean Up from Puamana to Mala Wharf and everywhere in-between. Will you join us this year?
For the 2017 event, the Lahaina Town Clean Up is going to be the same day as the International Coastal Cleanup - Saturday, September 16th, 2017