The Maui Blog of Yore Or...may take you back to the past-say the history of Hawaiian tattoos or give you the latest ink trends-with a page on current adaptations.
What's new and what's old. What's old and published anew. What's what. Updated, possible inflated. Maybe berated.
The hawaiian aloha shirts developed from a misture of foreign influences and textiles combined with practical hot-climate needs and local design. Ellery Chun popularized the fashion.
A four-decade newspaper update starts with The Lahaina Sun and ends with the Haleakala Times.
Hawaii printing at the old printing house, called Hale Pai, completes 150 years. Party time.
Lynn Taylor teaches us tie dyeing. She learned from Tie Dye Annie-noted underground figure.
Some good hawaiian words for malihinis. In daily use.
Jerome is a colorful artist who just opened Haleakala
Buck Quayle, 1971, Lahaina Harbor. Picture by Don Graydon