The non-profit Maui Historical Society hosts E PÅ«lama Mau Ê»O Maui, an annual fundraising bazaar this Saturday, Nov. 29, at the grounds of the Bailey House Museum in Wailuku.
The paper cones surrounding a small but bright blue light created a whistling in the wind effect throughout the fields of the Maui Tropical Plantation.
The PoÊ»ohala Project host the 1st annual Maui Makahiki Fest 2014 on Saturday, Nov. 29 from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Maui Tropical Plantation in WaikapÅ«.
The 6th Annual HÄna Limu Festival takes place this Friday and Saturday, Nov. 21 and 22, in East Maui. The festival is organized by the non-profit group, NÄ Mamo O MÅ«âolea, to provide a deeper understanding of native limu (seaweed), and to become mindful of the roles the public plays in ensuring ocean resources are available for future generations.
The Shops at Wailea hosts its Wailea LeÊ»a event, an evening under the Wailea stars, on Wednesday, Nov. 19, featuring free live entertainment by Hawaiian Music Hall of Fame musician and Kumu Hula, Robert Cazimero.
The Surfrider Foundation on Maui and Honolua Surf Company celebrate surf culture and Honolua Bay during a surf movie night at Maui Preparatory Academy from 5 to 8 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 22, 2014.
The incident occurred around 12:46 am, just afterÂ a sold-out hip-hop show featuring more than a dozen artists (including headlining locals G-Val and Show Banga) had let out.Â According to KTVU, the suspect immediately fled the scene, and officers arrived to find four injured people, two of them with life-threatening injuries. "Everybody start running, chaos...I'm talking about mayhem everywhere," an unidentified clubgoer told KTVU. Show Banga, one of the headliners, also condemned the shootings in an Instagram post.
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The bar will likely serve its last beer in early December. Let's face it, Williamsburg has pretty much morphed into hipster Disneyland,Â complete with two Starbucks locationsÂ and absurdly priced condos. Now,Â Spike Hill, a bar and music venue that's long been an anchor for Bedford Avenue,Â is shutting down. The building is under contract and there's no official word on when the doors will close, but an employee told Gothamist that "early December" seems likely.