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Jon Viloria is the Field Production Director at MAUIWatch. Jon works in collaboration with staff writers and editors to create finished video productions. He also manages all location and studio videotaping, audio recording and processing, video editing, and the compositing of special video effects on a variety of media platforms. Jon is also owner of Maui based video company- Digital Audio Vision.

Maui Intermediate Baseball Team Are U.S. Champs Bound For World Title

Central East Maui Intermediate Team (West Region) has won the US Championship beating Southeast Florida 5-3 in California today! Our Maui boys will play LIVE on ESPN2 tomorrow at 2:30 HST for the World Title against South Korea in the 2016 Little League Intermediate World Series! Game Re-Cap: West outlasted Southeast on Saturday after five lead changes, squeaking out a …

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Maui Big League All Stars Are U.S. Champs Bound For World Title

Maui Big League All Stars Team (West Region) has won the US Championship beating Southwest Florida 4-1!  Our Maui boys played LIVE on ESPN2 for the World Title against Asia-Pacific in the Big League World Series on August 2nd which ended with a score of 2 West Region to 6 Asia-Pacific. 2016 National Champions Team Roster: #13, Akoni Hamilton Golis …

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Maui on Da Food Network Today

Todays episode on the Food Network show “Diners, Drive-ins and Dives” will feature Maui restaurant Da Kitchen, co-owner Mariah Brown confirmed to Pacific Business News. After receiving scores of votes through an online voting process, the eatery was chosen for an episode of the show and a visit from host Guy Fieri. Others featured on this episode we’re Fat Daddy’s …

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Maui’s Mile Lei of Aloha Heals Orlando

Today the blessings with the mile long lei started with a presentation at the Pulse night club. Then they continued to the Orlando Medical Center two blocks down where many other memorials are placed. They concluding event at the Dr. Phillips Performing Arts Center.

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Costco Switches from Amex to Visa

Costco has finally set a hard date for its switch from American Express to Visa. Beginning June 20, 2016 the wholesale chain will no longer accept American Express cards, including its own co-branded cards, in favor of Visa. Earlier this year, the chain announced that there would be a delay in the switch, but it seems that the date is finally …

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Maui’s Biggest Sport Store Sells Everything

Sports Authority’s “Going Out of Business Sale” is now underway! The sale kicked off on Thursday, May 26th, and is taking place at all Sports Authority locations. Sports Authority, once the nation’s largest sporting goods retailer, announced this month it will close its remaining stores after failing to find a buyer for them. Sports Authority found a group of buyers for …

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Baldwin High Bears clinch Division 1 State Championship

The Baldwin Bears Baseball Team are now the undefeated 2016 HHSAA Division 1 State Champions! Winning against Pear City with a score 05 – 01. Coach Jon Viela on his last year after a decade with the Baldwin High School program and now leaving a legacy since the last outer island win 21 years ago back in 1995. This is …

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Prince dead at 57

The legendary, iconic performer, Prince Rogers Nelson, died at his Paisley Park Minnesota Studio this morning at the age of 57,” said his publicist, Yvette Noel-Schure. Earlier Thursday, police said he was found unresponsive in his elevator at 10:07 a.m. -CNN

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Why Eggs on Easter?

Easter eggs, also called Paschal eggs, are decorated eggs that are often given to celebrate Easter or springtime. As such, Easter eggs are common during the season of Eastertide (Easter season). The oldest tradition is to use dyed and painted chicken eggs, but a modern custom is to substitute chocolate eggs, or plastic eggs filled with confectionery such as chocolate. …

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Celebrating Fat Tuesday with Malasadas in Hawaii!

A malasada (or malassada, from Portuguese “mal-assada” is made of egg-sized balls of yeast dough that are deep-fried in oil and coated with granulated sugar. They were first made by inhabitants of the Madeira islands. Traditional malasadas contain neither holes nor fillings, but some varieties of malasadas are filled with flavored cream or other fillings. Malasadas are eaten especially on …

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