Columns

The Business of Eating

Driven by travel and tourism, Hawai‘i’s hospitality industry remains steady and strong. The diverse foods rooted from the plantation era have now become one of the reasons travelers love the Aloha State. Other than the natural beauty of Hawai‘i, the...

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Dinengdeng & Pinakbet

My House colleague Isaac Choy and I started at the legislature together in 2009. He won election to a vacant seat in November 2008. I was appointed to the Kahului seat when longtime Maui Representative Bob Nakasone passed away. There...

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Google® Is Not Everything

Maui High School is fortunate to host one of the few locations of the Hawai‘i USA Student Operated Credit Union (SOCU)—a student run financial institution. SOCU is an extension of the Hawai‘i USA Federal Credit Union. The purpose of SOCU...

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Potential Retirement Obstacles

What you get out of tomorrow depends on what you put into it today—and how you handle any bumps along the way. So while you’re keeping one eye on that retirement prize, make sure to keep the other on the...

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To Blog, or Not To Blog…

That is the question.That is the question. Here’s a question often asked by business owners when we are talking about internet marketing: “Do I really need to blog to grow my business?” Business owners are wondering if blogging is worth...

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Pinoy Bizarre Foods

Editor’s Note: Normally written by our monthly columnist, Vince Bagoyo, Jr., this month’s Maui Pinoy column is guest authored by Joena Grace Galacio, a recent IT graduate from Bohol, Philippines. Food maintains our life and growth. Every human stomach needs...

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