The sunny village featuring palm trees, sand, a surf shack, roasting pig, and swimming was nÅ ka Ê»oi, winning first place 2,679 miles away.
Although he was part of the recent Maui Comedy Fest lineup, the upcoming show is his first headline act at a large scale venue.
After an inaugural event this year, organizers of the Maui Comedy Festival have announced the return of the event for a second year in 2015.
The Maui Chamber Orchestra, under the baton of Maestro Robert E. Wills will celebrate Christmas with two concerts on Dec. 20 at 7:30 p.m. and Dec. 21 at 3 p.m. in the historic Ê»Äªao Theater in Wailuku.
The marketplace is open from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. this Sunday, Dec. 21, near mile 16.9 of the Kula Highway at KaÊ»ama Street (about a quarter-mile past Grandma's Coffeehouse).
The PÄÊ»ia Town Association is backing the return of PÄÊ»ia Gives, an annual event that raises thousands of dollars for charities and non-profit organizations adopted by each participating store.
The legendary composer says he turned down the chance out of respect for Sergio Leone
A lounge adds music, a Belgian beer bar celebrates Christmas and a local fish market expands their hours. DOWNTOWNâ Saltbox Restaurant + Bar is adding live entertainment to up the atmosphere in their downstairs lounge, from acoustic music to DJ-spun tunes;Â Soul Thursdays feature half-priced wine and music from 7 to 9 p.m. and the bar will host a DJ from 9 to midnight on Fridays and from 8 to 11 p.m. on Saturdays. SOUTH PARKâ This Saturday, December 20,Â Brabant Bar & Cafe is celebrating Christmas a few days early with a holiday event starting at 5 p.m. that features a long tap list of seasonal beer, from Delirium Noel to The Bruery's 7 Swans a Swimming, and a special menu that includes Christmas goose with lingonberry sauce, a winter bratwurst made with Belgian holiday ale, apple and mulling spice, and Christmas cookies.
iTunes' Official Music Charts for the week ending December 15, 2014:
By Dan Levine OAKLAND, Calif. (Reuters) - Apple Inc won an antitrust trial on Tuesday when a U.S. jury decided the company did not act improperly when it restricted music purchases for iPod users to Apple's iTunes digital store. The verdict was read in an Oakland, California federal court. The plaintiffs, a group of individuals and businesses who purchased iPods from 2006 to 2009, sought about $350 million in damages from Apple alleging the company unfairly blocked competing device makers. Patrick Coughlin, an attorney for the plaintiffs, said "the jury called it like they saw it. ...