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Dinengdeng & Pinakbet

Age is liberating. My 88 year old mother nowadays speaks what she’s thinking, just as she’s thinking it. As we’re driving past some young adults apparently idle in the middle of the day on, she points her chin at them...

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Student Travel Supplements Classroom Learning

Rose Anne Rafael | Maui High School At Maui High School, learning is not limited to the classroom. On occasion, students and student organizations travel off-island to supplement their in-class education or to compete against other schools. In 2018, Maui...

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Food is Who We Are

The Facts of Filipino Food Filipino food has been described as a medley of Chinese, Malaysian, Spanish and American cuisine. This evolved as food was prepared by Malaysian settlers and infused with spices from Chinese settlers through commercial relations, taking...

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Saving in Your 40s and 50sSaving in Your 40s and 50s

It’s never too late to get started. Saving in Your 40s and 50s: It’s Never Too Late to Get Started Will I have enough money to retire? It’s a common question and one that has increased in magnitude lately—especially for...

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You Know You Are Married to a Filipina When…

Liza of “A Maui Blog” My husband and I are celebrating our 24th wedding anniversary this month! We have been married for 23 years, and counting. He is American (yes, Haole) and I am Filipino (yes, Pinay). We have learned...

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Antonio V. Ramil

Lucy Peros | All photos courtesy of Tony Ramil This Sakada Offspring is a lawyer, community leader, and author/writer. Some of his favorite sayings are: “ A life lived without ideals or meaningful purpose is a wasted life.” Also, “Ti...

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