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Some free, helpful apps and new scams

June 23, 2016 “Tunein Radio” at the App Store lets you listen to all your favorite radio stations anywhere. “Fareness” is an app for when and where to go for cheap air flights. more »»

Cool websites to check out

June 9, 2016 Many people have problems viewing e-mails and websites, because the fonts are so small that you need a magnifying glass. Well, there is some good news that will remedy this problem. more »»

Ergonomic tips for ‘computer neck’

May 26, 2016 Do you spend a lot of time working at a computer or slumped over a desk? Do you have chronic neck and upper back pain from prolonged computer use? For many computer workers, improper work station... more »»

Columnist says farewell

May 19, 2016 LAHAINA — It is time to say goodbye in print — at least newspaper prin. more »»

Are you square?

May 19, 2016 Need to start taking credit cards for your business? Everyone is talking about the new credit card slider device called Square that plugs in the headphone jack on top or underneath the iPad or the... more »»

Tips to keep important data protected on your iPhone

April 28, 2016 One of the best and newest features on the iPhone, iPad and Mac computers is the ability to create a security lock on the Notes app where you can password protect your important data. more »»

Is it safe to crack your own neck?

April 28, 2016 You’ve been sitting at your computer all day, and your neck feels stiff. You roll your head around and hear a pop in your neck that makes it feel better. more »»

Two new complaints

April 14, 2016 I’ve been informed by several people who visited a store that sells and repairs Apple products, and they were told the store won’t repair any Apple device over three years old. more »»

John T., Twinkies and 200,000

April 14, 2016 KAHULUI — How many people does it take to pick up and deliver 200,000 books? Answer: One. How many miles do you have to drive to do that? Answer: 13,00. more »»

Lahaina loses town treasure

April 7, 2016 LAHAINA — There are starving writers and starving artists, and art galleries from time to time that struggle to do well. more »»

Residents should attend important meetings in West Maui

April 7, 2016 Aloha West Maui community members and Hau‘oli Kupulau (Happy Spring) to you all. I hope this season finds you well and enjoying all that West Maui has to offe. more »»

Investors plan mega changes in Lahaina 

March 31, 2016 LAHAINA — Inspired by the committee studying whether the County of Maui should have a county manager to run things instead of the mayor, a group of wealthy Lahaina residents (who made fortunes on th... more »»

It was a long, bumpy road, but resurfacing to begin on Pu‘ukoli‘i

March 31, 2016 I shared a great big sigh of relief with all of West Maui and especially with the residents of Pu‘ukoli‘i Road when I received word from the administration that Pu‘ukoli‘i’s resurfacing would finall... more »»

New tracking device launched

March 31, 2016 Kickstarter projects are inspired by entrepreneurs and backyard inventors. One that I invested in last year arrived in my mailbox the other day. more »»

Get your head on straight

March 31, 2016 Have you ever been involved in an auto accident — even a minor fender-bender — and whiplashed your neck? Have you ever hit your head or suffered a concussion? Have you engaged in any high-impact... more »»

Times a changin’ in Kaanapali

March 24, 2016 KAANAPALI — If you have not been to Kaanapali, our economic engine, lately, there continue to be big changes. more »»

We can eat with men, queen declares

March 10, 2016 LAHAINA — Near the King’s Road (now Front Street) on the makai (ocean) side, the first western-style dwelling in the islands went up in Lahaina in 1798. more »»

The fascinating life of Queen Ka‘ahumanu

March 3, 2016 LAHAINA — She was considered sprightly and beautiful. She loved to paddle in canoes, swim and surf, and fly kites. She loved board games, especially checkers, and once beat 20 men on a shi. more »»

Singing the same song for visitors

February 25, 2016 KAPALUA — Answer this: on any given day in winter here, which state populates Maui with more visitors than any other? You would be surprised to know it is Alaska. more »»

A little about me

February 25, 2016 Around 1986, while in dry dock, I had to sleep on board a fishing boat in Kewalo Basin — smelling the aku factory make cat food 24/7 — while my boss stayed in a luxury hotel. more »»

 
 
 

 

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