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Whale Days 2010 Remembered – aka the Wolf Story

February 18, 2011

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Tomorrow morning, February 19, 2011, Maui’s music fans will converge in Kihei for the annual Whale Days Festival. Every year, the best in Maui music is represented at this open-air, family friendly, free concert. As MauiZan prepares for this year’s festival — we’re especially looking forward to Pat Simmons of the Doobie Brothers with Gail Swanson […]

American Idol News

July 5, 2010

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MauiZan is sponsoring the “Send Sebrina To Idol” campaign. Please see the menu above to check it out. Mahalo.

International Surfing Day

June 28, 2010

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Distracted by Willie’s Haircut

May 24, 2010

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Willie Nelson’s Haircut Takes My Mind Off The Music As I prepared for my next Rhythm & Views blog, I began thinking about all of the things happening this past weekend on Maui. Slightly Stoopid was in Lahaina — and on my plane flight back from California. Jim Gaffigan was at the MACC — and […]

Maui’s Anuhea, Gail Swanson and The Throwdowns Among Na Hoku Nominees

April 15, 2010

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Anuhea, The Throwdowns and Gail Swanson are among the 2010 finalists for The Hawai’i Academy of Recording Arts Na Hoku Hanohano Awards. Anueah Jenkins was nominated in the Most Promising Artist of the Year category along with Rodney Cazimero, Kolohe Kai, Kulewa and Alvin Okami. The Maui native’s debut album, “Anuhea,” also was nominated for Contemporary Album of the Year along with Cecilio and Kapono’s “C […]

Zan Throws Down in New R&V Post

April 13, 2010

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Maui No Ka Oi Magazine just published the newest edition of Rhythm & Views, the magazine’s new entertainment column. What is the difference between a blog and a column? Could it be a blogumn? Oh wait, there’s a chicken. Check it out. The Throwdowns are either the hottest band on the island or Suzanne was […]

Review: Upcountry Sundays

April 7, 2010

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Mana’o Radio’s monthly benefit concert Easter Sunday afternoon at Casanova in Makawao brought together a cross-generation of talented women who can take command of a stage with only a guitar and a microphone. Upcountry Sundays’ driving force Dorothy Betz complimented her set (with The Trio, Les Adams and Vince Esquire) with a wonderful gathering of […]