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Palengke

Maui’s “Farmers’ Market” Smorgasbord Do you like going to farmers’ markets? I do! It reminds me of palengke. I have many warm memories of Nanay (my mom) and I going to palengke back in the Philippines. Palengke is the Tagalog...

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What’s In Your Kau Kau Tin?

Kau Kau means “eat” in Hawaiian. Plantation workers carried their lunch into the sugarcane or pineapple plantation fields in a double-decker “tin” with an arched wooden handle. In the past, the tins were made of aluminum. Today, they are made...

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Emmanuel Alegre Baltazar

This month’s featured Sakada Offspring is a man of great integrity, a community leader, as well as a dedicated church leader: Emmanuel Alegre Baltazar. Emmanuel “Manny” Alegre Baltazar was born on New Year’s Eve, December 31, 1974 in Cabaroan Laud,...

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What Do You Think…

What do you think of the Marcos’ offer? Fil-Am Voice staff asked members of Maui’s Filipino community “What do you think of the Marcos’ offer?” Arnold of Wailuku with roots in Badoc, Ilocos Norte: “If it’s not theirs, give ’em...

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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....

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Ating Kabuhayan

If you’re like me, you have and cherish your health. Health is a gift; like all of life, it is a gift from Almighty God. We are stewards of all that God gives us, and our health is certainly something...

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