Sara Shim, Chinese New Year at Maui Mall

January 18th, 2020

Sara Shim, talks about Chinese New Year at Maui Mallm Jan 25th

Join us for the celebration of Chinese New Year 2020- the Year of the Rat!

Celebration begins at 9:00AM until 2:30PM

Bring your ‘ohana and friends to enjoy Chinese New Year with keiki activities including Keiki Attire Contest, Arts & Crafts, Ribbon dancing and MORE!

There will be plenty Chinese crafts and shopping and you don’t want to miss the Lion Dance and Firecracker Blessing!

We will have live music entertainment and performances by the Maui Chinese Martial Arts Academy

Come to Maui Mall for a day of fun and learning about the history of Chinese on Maui!


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Pacific Whale Foundation’s Whale Festival

January 15th, 2020

I talk to Kelly White, Marketing Director for Pacific Whale Foundation, about upcoming Whale Festival

Pacific Whale Foundation's annual Run & Walk for Whales is one of Maui's largest and most scenic run and walking events. Each year, hundreds of runners and walkers gather on Maui in solidarity for ocean conservation and as a celebration of Maui's humpback whales. Designed for ALL ages and abilities, the Run & Walk for Whales takes place Feb 1 to kick off the month-long Maui Whale Festival. Visit for more information on this and other festival events from Pacific Whale Foundation.  

  • Run & Walk for Whales
    Saturday, February 1

  • Whale Day & Parade of Whales
    Saturday, February 8

  • World Whale Film Festival 
    Friday, February 14

  • The Great Whale Count
    January 25, February 29 and March 28

  • Concert Cruises
    February 8, 9, 15, & 22, 2020

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Talk and Meditation on being a Visionary

January 13th, 2020

 A talk and meditation on being a Visionary Being.

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January 12th, 2020

A talk and meditation on using Light

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Into the Mystic

January 10th, 2020

A look into what Mysticism really is. Includes a talk and meditation.

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Journey to the Soul

January 3rd, 2020

I go into the gift of the soul and how i began my journey,

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Jon Woodhouse

January 1st, 2020

Jon Woodhouse of Maui News reviews of some of great concerts On Maui last year.

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Pamela Polland

December 30th, 2019

An award-winning singer/songwriter, with three albums on Columbia and Epic as well as two more independently released albums to her credit, Pamela Polland’s ever increasing list of musical credentials reads like a veritable Who's Who of artists … from all points on the musical compass.

Over the course of her 40-years in the business, this seasoned professional has both performed and recorded with such luminaries as Bonnie Raitt, Kenny Loggins, Jackson Browne, Van Morrison, John Denver, Taj Mahal, Manhattan Transfer and a host of others.

In 1970, Pamela joined the famed Mad Dogs & Englishmen Tour with Joe Cocker and Leon Russell, appearing on the resulting album as well as in the movie. Her songs have been recorded by the likes of Linda Ronstadt, Helen Reddy, The Byrds, Vicki Carr . She  joining Joe Cocker and Leon Russell for the Mad Dogs and Englishmen tour in 1970. She can be heard and seen in the ensuing double album and film documentary respectively.

Polland's songs have been recorded by a considerable number of popular artists from the 60s onwards. These include Helen Reddy, who recorded "Music, Music" for her gold-selling album of the same name in 1976, and Linda Ronstadt, who recorded "I'd Like To Know". Among the most widely recorded of her songs is "Tulsa County", which has been interpreted by The ByrdsBobby BareAnita CarterJesse Ed Davis, and Son Volt. By the 80s, Polland had also established herself as a vocal coach, and she later released the instructional DVD "Vocal Ease".

Here's an excerpt by Charls Donovan, about her latest recognition of one of the top 20 reissues of 2019 

In 1973, Clive Davis was prepping one of his charges for the big time. Pamela Polland, a glamorous singer/songwriter/pianist with a soul-melting, expressive voice, was already notable, having written for Linda Ronstadt and the Byrds. Her first solo album (Pamela Polland, 1971) had sold steadily, but not enough to make the charts. Off she went to London, working with Elton John's producer, Gus Dudgeon, and David Bowie's engineer, Ken Scott, at Trident Studios in Soho. The album, Gas Station, for short, was given a gatefold design and a catalogue number and readied for the presses. Then, disaster.

Clive Davis was fired from Columbia. Projects associated with him were postponed or canceled. Polland's album never came out. Music that could, indeed should, have transformed her from cult favorite to rising star stayed in the vaults over 40 years. Finally, it emerged via reissue powerhouse, BGO, in spring 2019, A grave injustice has, at last, been partially righted. - Charles Donovan

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Get clear for the New Year, talk and meditation

December 30th, 2019

Get clear for the New Year, inspiring talk meditation and visualization.

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A talk and meditation on Hope

December 28th, 2019

There is so much need for people to hold thre heart open to Hope. 

Hope holds such a key for bringin you to the positive energy you need to get your life energized to fulfill it's destiny. This is a new talk and meditation on Hope

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