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Lorelle Ann Solanzo Peros

Lorelle Ann Solanzo Peros is a very busy individual wearing many hats. She is a UHMC (University of Hawai‘i-Maui College) instructor, a wife, and a mother of two boys. She was born Lorelle Ann Solanzo on April 1, 1970 to...

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What Do You Think…

of President Duterte’s declaration of martial law in Mindanao? On May 24, Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte cut short his official visit to Russia to return to the Philippines after Islamist militants killed Filipino government troops in the city of Marawi...

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Around Our Community

If you have a photograph of a community event, please email to info@filamvoicemaui.com. Please include a short description, your name and contact information. 2016 Miss Maui Filipina Ashlyne Rosalin will crown her successor on May 13 at Binhi at Ani....

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Ating Kabuhayan

There are values that people of all ethnicities, living in Hawai‘i, can understand and practice. The first one is Aloha. This value is about love. How can we live without love? Closely aligned with love is compassion. There are many...

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Fiesta With a Ring!

Harvests from the earth’s bounty are shared to celebrate a loud and colorful festival influenced by the Spanish settlers. In any culture, the word Fiesta is synonymous to Celebration. Filipinos like to have fiestas to celebrate Birthdays, Promotions, Graduation, Weddings,...

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Dinengdeng & Pinakbet

Putting Some Barrio back in the Fiesta Sen. Gilbert Keith-Agaran in front of his church’s food booth. Photo: Basilia Evangelista Sen. Gilbert Keith-Agaran with Ed Garcia. Photo: Alfredo Evangelista Pinoy Pride at the Barrio Fiesta. Photo: Alfredo Evangelista My younger...

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