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Ating Kabuhayan

Thank the Veterans Around Us A choice and willingness to sacrifice their lives and livelihoods were made for us! My Dad was a Veteran and so was my younger brother. I also have uncles and cousins on both sides of...

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Finding and making balance in this highly-polarized political atmosphere…

I sometimes think some politicians both locally and in Washington, D.C. no longer value the basics of civic engagement. The current normal in politics is polarization—them and us, liberal or conservative, progressive or old boy, environmentalist or developer, business owner...

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Top 10 Mistakes Caregivers of Dependents with Special Needs May Make When Planning

Last year, I was given the opportunity to learn more about special needs planning from a partner of my firm, Kirk Barth. He is a Certified Financial Planner and holds a Special Needs Planner title with our firm. Last month...

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Kwento Kuwentuhan

Visit Philippines What’s the same, and what has changed? Liza of “A Maui Blog” All Photos courtesy Liza Pierce Filipino-American friends, when was the last time you visited the Philippines? How was your experience going back to our native land?...

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Let’s Talk Pinoy!

Hi guys welcome back. Did you go to the Maui Fil-Am Heritage Festival? How about that back-to-back entertainment? Wasn’t it cool? The performers were amazing. How about Halloween, what were you dressing up as? Time flies by so fast, and...

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Lutong Bahay – Part I Home is where the heart is

Sharon Zalsos Banaag If home is truly where the heart is, it is no wonder that nothing beats a home cooked meal. Although not everyone may be experts in the kitchen like Chef Isaac Bancaco of Andaz, Maui or Chef...

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