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‘Gifting Trees for Maui’ Project starts Nov. 28

WEST MAUI — A strong partnership of like-minded island stewards have joined forces to launch the “La‘au Ha‘awi Maui” project — “Gifting Trees for Maui” — commencing on Saturday, Nov. 28, to help heal our planet and restore the well-being of our Mother Earth. Aloha ‘Aina. The team of conservationists is an eclectic blend of the indefatigable from all quarters of the Valley Isle, including nine Rotary Clubs, Maui ‘Ohana Gardens and Food Security Hawaii. The goal is to plant 500 food-bearing trees — avocado, mango, papaya, banana, ulu, citrus, ...

Comment period open for Front Street project

MAKAWAO — Hui No‘eau Visual Arts Center announces the return of its annual Hui Holidays gift shop. From now through Dec. 24, the hui gallery shop will expand to feature local, ...

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Now that the election is over, we’re back to normal... but Apple is trying to sell the new iPhone 12 without much success. People are hesitating, and with the economy and the pandemic out of control, many don’t want to spend $1,400 on a new iPhone that hasn’t been tested yet. I have an ...

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Start creating works for Art of Trash 2021

WAILUKU — Malama Maui Nui is excited to announce that the Art of Trash 2021 Virtual Exhibition will be live in April at MalamaMauiNui.org/ArtOfTrash. The Art of Trash Virtual Exhibition is an annual juried event that includes an Art Gallery and a Trashion Show that inspires people to ...

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State clears up confusion about when to wear a mask

Gov. David Ige last week ended any ambiguity about when residents and visitors are required to wear masks in Hawaii to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. “All persons in the State shall wear a face covering over their nose and mouth when in public,” the 15th COVID-19 emergency ...