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Found 4 entries for April, 2020.

With everything going on in the world, there really is no place like home. Though we would rather be laying on the shores of Maui’s beautiful beaches, we are staying safe in our homes with our loved ones. Relying on dance, art, creativity, and music can definitely be the most relaxing way to get us through our day to day lives. In Hawai’i, this is no different than how most families are raised. 

In Hawaiian culture, music holds a special place in the hearts of the community. Growing up on Maui, there was always music playing at family gatherings, community celebrations, and in everyday life. Every song had history to it and would tell a story. Today, Hawaiians use music to honor the past, celebrate the culture, and pay homage to the ‘aina or

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To live in Hawai’i means to eat as the locals do. If we had to choose one dish that is not only a staple but a rite of passage when you come to the island, it wouldn’t be at a 5-star luxury restaurant or even at any restaurant for that matter. The dish we would choose is served hot and ready at most run-down gas stations and small convenience stores. You might have guessed it, we’re talking about the delicious and infamous Spam Musubi.

If you grew up in Hawai’i you remember your mom stopping at the gas station before school on days you needed home lunch for a field trip, your teammates bringing them for after practice snacks, picking them up for every beach day, and buying in bulk for any family BBQ because let’s face it - it’s a crowd-pleaser for

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Maui is known for its aloha and welcoming spirit throughout the community. But, in these uncertain times, our island needs aloha more than ever. Although it may be hard to physically be there for our loved ones and for one another, Maui has countless programs and donation sites set up to help you lend some aloha to those who are more vulnerable, less fortunate, or who need a helping hand. Whether it’s monetary donations, food supplies, running errands, or sharing this information with others, we all need to do our share for our beloved island.

1. Maui Food Bank

Maui Food Bank is supporting low-income families and kids who are struggling with their next meal. One of the programs they have implemented is grab-and-go meals for kids who won’t

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Don’t miss a beat during this crazy and uneasy time by grabbing some of your favorite Maui takeout from local restaurants and small businesses. There’s a number of places that are waiting to get you the food you love while keeping you safe. Nothing says normal like kicking up your feet on a Saturday night with some of Maui’s best cuisines. We hope this list helps you keep your happy hours happy, your (virtual) weekend brunches in full swing, and family night dinners full of ono grinds. Check out these local spots and be sure to check their websites and social media for operating hours, takeout options, and special promotions going on. 

 1. Kalei’s Lunch Box Food Truck

Spread aloha by supporting this local food truck who is sponsoring a free meal

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