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THURSDAY, JANUARY 29 2009 VOLUME 12 ISSUE 32 MAUITIME.COM

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M MIND, BODY, SPIRIT – Thursday, January 28 – F Focusing on Maui’s alternative health and healing p practices, including massage and bodywork, diets a and nutritional programs and other cutting-edge t techniques for optimizing wellbeing. F FASHION ISSUE – Thursday, February 25 – From skimpy bathing suits to flowing dresses and s everything in between, Maui is a haven for casual e yet y chic fashion. Our annual ode to garments looks at a the hottest trends and the local shops where you can c find them. F FOOD ISSUE – Thursday, March 25 – Maui is home to t a variety of unique culinary choices—everything from high-end dining to wonderful little beach side f fish taco stands. The Food Issue takes an in-depth f look at a cuisine (fish tacos, sushi, etc.) on Maui l and a gives hungry readers a roadmap to satiation. G GREEN ISSUE – Thursday, 22 – It’s one thing to call c yourself “green,” it’s another to actually take ecologically minded action. Our ode to the enviro e movement critically examines the question of m “what is green.” We expose those falling short “ and a praise those making the island sustainable. S SUMMER GUIDE – Thursday, May 27 – Fairs and festivals, hikes and campouts, water sports and f undersea adventures—it’s hard to imagine a place u more conducive to summer fun than Maui. As the m season of sun dawns, we look at the events and s activities that will make summer sizzle. a

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B BEST OF MAUI – Thursday, July 22 – The g granddaddy of ‘em all. Our readers vote—last year in r record numbers—we tabulate the results, augment t them with some offbeat staff picks and present a c comprehensive guide to the best Maui has to offer. C Categories include, but aren’t limited to, food and drink drink, music and e entertainment, goods and services and politics. If you can grab only one publication to give you the low-down on what locals love, this is it.
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THURSDAY, MARCH 26

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T TASTE OF MAUI – Thursday, September 2 – As summer slips into fall and the tourism slows, its s the t season of kama’aina discounts. We gather the t deals in one place and provide readers with w a comprehensive listing of where to go for discounted grub. Plus, we ask local foodies—last d interviewed year we interview chefs—for their favorite eateries.
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T THE BAR ISSUE – Thursday, October 14 – From tiki-themed tourist bars to wonderfully seedy dives t to t Irish pubs to flatscreen-filled sports bars, Maui has h no shortage of watering holes. We take a look at a the bartenders, patrons, signature drinks and other things that make these island-wide pau hana o hotspots worth visiting. Belly up! vis
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QUOTE OF THE WEEK:“My glass isn’t half empty—it’s in a cold, dark room curled up in the fetal position...” pg.21

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WEDDING GUIDE – Thursday, June 17 – It’s no secret that Maui is one of the most popular wedding destinations in the world. The reasons—beautiful beaches, perfect weather, great food, amazing sunsets, laid-back people—are obvious. But there’s plenty about the Valley Isle’s wedding industry many people probably don’t know, and that’s where we come in, with a guide to everything from photographers to caterers to the best spot to hold your champagne toast, plus some outside-the-box, only-on-Maui ideas (underwater wedding anyone?). Before you tie the knot, check us out.

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G GIFT GIVING/LOCAL GIFT GUIDE – Thursday, November 25 & Thursday December 9 – As the N holidays approach people want to know what to h give. We provide the answer, with an extensive g list l of local charities and their wish lists. With our o local gift guide, we highlight items from locally owned shops, encouraging people to keep l their dollars on Maui. (Last year we initiated a t successful “shop local” pledge that potentially s generated 2 million in local spending. g

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