Lāhainā, Maui is a place rich in historical and cultural tradition. Once the home of Hawaiian royalty, the first Capitol of the Kingdom of Hawaiʻi and a whaling port, Lāhainā's past century saw the growth of sugar and pineapple plantations and tourism. Now, the end of the plantation era and an increasing reliance on tourism brings new challenges. This 60-minute documentary captures the spirit of Lāhainā's multi-ethnic community, seeking to build a future while honoring their colorful past.
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