Wondering what to do this weekend? Maui Now has compiled a chronological listing of some of the islandâs best events scheduled from Thursday through Sunday, Aug. 27 through 30.
The KahoÊ»olawe Island Reserve Commission invites the public to Mahinaâai Night on Saturday, Aug. 29, from 6 to 8 p.m. at its KÄ«hei boat house property, an eight-acre parcel designated to the KIRC in 2002 as the future site of a KahoÊ»olawe learning center.
Wondering what to do this weekend? Maui Now has compiled a chronological listing of some of the islandâs best events scheduled from Thursday through Tuesday, Aug. 20 through 25.
Opetaia Foaâiâs South Pacific band Te Vaka will return to Maui for the first time in eight years for one night only, on Wednesday, Oct. 28, 2015, at 7:30 p.m. at Maui Theatre Lahaina. Tickets go on sale today, Aug. 20, at the Maui Theatre Box Office.
The Hui Noâeau Visual Arts Center and East Maui Watershed Partnership will present MÄlama Wao Akua, a fine art exhibition that merges the worlds of art and conservation with works of art that honor Maui Nuiâs native plant and animal species.
Chelseaâs Agora Gallery in New York will feature the original work of Wailuku artist Annika Banko in an exhibition called "Emerging Transformation," which opens Aug. 25 and runs until Sept. 12, 2015.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) â The country duo Maddie & Tae took on gender stereotypes in their first platinum single, "Girl in a Country Song," and now they are targeting another overused effect in today's country music: electronic drum machines.
The veteran actor goes searching for talent in Afghanistan in the latest look at Barry Levinson's new dramedy, co-starring Zooey Deschanel, Kate Hudson and Danny McBride.
Queen food writer Ruth Reichl is making an appearance at the Mountain View Center for Performing Arts on Monday, August 31 as part of the center's lecture series (and probably to promote herÂ upcoming cookbook). The event brings together food from the likes of Chica, Hal Jr's Bar B Q and ShakeDown Ice Cream, craft beer from Henhouse and Fort Point and music from Crashing Hotels, Vanwave and more, all to benefit the San Francisco Rock Project. MISSION â 18 Reason's next pop-up dinner will feature Peruvian food from chef Nico Vera, who will talk about the history of the dishes he serves and play authentic Afro-Peruvian to eat to.