Martha Reich talks about her recent tour and new CD.

June 22nd, 2017

Martha Reich talks to us about her recent tour and new CD. Martha is also a Certified Music Practitioner, and has played for Hospital patients, those in Hospice and people living with Alzheimer's and Cancer.From her three releases, "Peter Pan Says" and "I know a place" were placed in the Independent film " Piece by Peace ".
Her instrumental version "Ballad of Buddha Blue" is found on "Gregg Braden's MUSIC from THE DIVINE MATRIX".

 

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Barry Rivers talks about Film Festival kick off today

June 21st, 2017

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John Cruz..Talks and plays

June 20th, 2017

John Cruz came by to talk story and about his upcoming gig at Casanova June 29th and 30th!!

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Barry Rivers and Brian Kohne about the Maui film Festival & Celestial Cinema

June 13th, 2017

  A TALK with Barry Rivers and Brian Kohne aboout the 2017 Maui Film Festival...June 21st-June 25. We talk about the entire schedule and Brian's World Premiere of his Film Kuleana on Friday June 23rd.

Website
www.mauifilmfestival.com
ALL Film Tickets, Special Event Tickets & Passes now open!
Phone Orders
808-579-9244
ALL Tickets & All Passes now open!
thru June 25
10am–6pm
Whole Foods Market Kahului
at customer service counter
Select Festival Screenings and Select Passes June 9-June 24
11am - 7pm

Maui Arts & Cultural Center (MACC)
Kahului, Maui
phone: 808-242-SHOW (7469)

MACC Films and Rising Star Passes ONLY June 10-June 25
10am-8pm
MFF Ticket Kiosk
at The Shops at Wailea
Select Festival Screenings, Special Event Tickets and Select Passes June 14-June 25
10am-8:00pm
Wailea Gold & Emerald Pro Shop Celestial Cinema Tickets and Select Passes June 14-June 25
Wailea Resort Concierge Desks
(Resort Guests Only)
Celestial Cinema Tickets, Seaside Cinema individual tickets and Select Passes June 14-June 25
 

 

http://www.mauifilmfestival.com/ 

 

 

 

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Allison Wright talks bout The Garden Expo Sat at Maui Mall

June 11th, 2017

Allison Wright talks bout The Garden Expo Sat at Maui Mall. 

The Maui Garden Expo is MALP's most public event. This event helps fund & promote our educational events and our website, and create more exposure for all of us.

We are abringing back educational talks under the tent adjacent to center stage. We will be having short, half-hour talks throughout the day. http://www.malp.org/maui-garden-and-landscape-expo/

 

 

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Makawao Rodeo interview with VP of Minut stop, Jon Miyabuchi and Nicholas Gilbert

June 7th, 2017

I talked VP of Minut stop,Jon Miyabuchi and Nicholas Gilbert from Gilbert & Associates about th 62nd Makawao Rodeo. Come and enjoy the 62st Annual 4th of July Makawao Rodeo! June 29 - July 2, 2017Oskie Rice Arena, Makawao, Maui. There will be entertainment, food, and good ʻol country fun! Pre-Sale tickets available at ALL Minit Stop Stores. Tickets also available at the gate.  Friday, June 30th is bull bash, Bull Bash 6:30 pm - Bulls, Jr Bulls, Sheep Riding. Saturday, July 1stPerformance - 4:00 pm and Sunday, July 2nd, Performance - 12:30 pm

 

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Deidre Tegarden talks about The Nisei Veteran Memorial Center

June 6th, 2017

The Nisei Veterans Memorial Center (NVMC) announces their summer exhibit, "One Puka-Puka: The Purple Heart Battalion". The exhibit will be open to the public from June 12, 2017 – August, 26, 2017, Monday – Saturday 12:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.

The 100th Infantry Battalion (Separate) was formed six months following Japan's attack on Pearl Harbor. The Battalion was comprised almost entirely of Nisei (second generation Japanese) from Hawaii, who were members of the 298th and 299th National Guard units and it was the first group of Japanese Americans to see combat in WWII.

They were in combat for 20 months, from September 29 1943 until Germany surrendered on May 2, 1945. The battalion was awarded three Presidential Unit Citations. The 3,147 soldiers who served in the battalion earned 4,340individual medals and awards, including 1,703 Purple Heart medals (awarded to those wounded or killed in U.S. military service).

For more information contact:
Deidre Tegarden
Office: 808/ 244-6862
deidre@nvmc.org
or visit www.nvmc.org

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Tim Ellison on Cambodia and his work with One Degree Forward.org

June 6th, 2017

Kathy takushi and myself talk with Tim Ellsion about his no-profit One Degree Forward. Tim's goal is to put in place a system where we can continue to help fund educational cost for needy children. Kyle and I both have the same vision of lifting people up  “One Degree” at a time. Join tim and Kyle and  to make a difference, donate directly to One Degree Forward. One hundred percent of proceeds will be used for tuition and related cost.

If you rather adopt a student or a family , we can put you in touch with a student that we feel has qualified for our help and you will work directly with them.

http://onedegreeforward.org/meet-the-team/

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Dr. Wayne Dyer and Cindy Paulos in Interview from 20 years ago!

June 4th, 2017

I was moving going through a ton of old boxes I hadn't opened in a while and found this interview with Dr. Wayne Dyer and I  on Maui from 20 years ago, when Your Sacred Self came out. Just love the gift of finding this tape and being able to listen again all these years later.

 

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Corky Byer and Steven Line on concert Food for Thought

May 31st, 2017

Talked with Corky Byer and Steven Line about the Food for thought Concert Friday June 2, 2017 7:00 PM to 10:30 PM at the Historic Iao Theater in Wailuku, Maui Participating artists are:• The award-winning ukulele fusion rock band Kanekoa.

• The Deborah Vial Band
• Pat Simmons Jr. (son of famed lead guitarist for The Doobie Brothers, Pat Simmons)
• The internationally acclaimed artist, Steven Von Linne and Tropical Spice

‘Food for Thought’ is the first in a series of concerts to be produced by Tempo of the Heart as a way to call attention to the work of HFUU and its mission to build a vibrant and prosperous farming future in Hawai'i. By focusing on smallholder diversified family farms that implement regenerative techniques in growing and raising food, HFUU envisions a resilient, vital, and productive agricultural system to better feed Hawai'i's people.


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