This rebroadcast of Spectrum Hawaiʻi highlights t-shirt fashion, Hawaiian quilts and an army band on Schofield Barracks.
Culture takes the spotlight in this month’s episode of Home is Here, but in two very different ways. In Kalihi on O‘ahu, the non-profit Kōkua Kalihi Valley (KKV) is looking to help the community connect with its cultural roots through food and farming. Also featured is a group that gets no shortage of exercise, 808 Breakers. Founded in 2005, the group brings together Hawai‘i’s elite breakdancers.
Chuck D of Public Enemy explores Hip Hop’s political awakening over the last 50 years. With a host of rap stars and cultural commentators he tracks Hip Hop’s socially conscious roots. From The Message to Fight The Power 2020, he examines how Hip Hop has become "the Black CNN."
On this episode of HIKI NŌ on PBS Hawaiʻi, H.P. Baldwin High School senior Kailani Ibanez presents a special collection of stories with subjects often furry or feathered: animals, and the joy and unique contributions they bring to our human lives.
The vibrant life of Ernest Withers—civil rights photographer, and FBI informant—was anything but black and white. From his Memphis studio, Withers' nearly 2 million images were a treasured record of Black history but his legacy was complicated by decades of secret FBI service revealed only after his death. Was he a friend of the civil rights community, or enemy—or both?
Paula took a break from touring the world to share that remarkable gift on the Nā Mele stage. Accompanied by an all-star band including Mike Love and Brad Watanabe from The Green, Paula performs songs from her catalogue and her 2022 Nā Hōkū Hanohano award winning album for Contemporary Album of the Year, Rain on Sunday.
TB testing mistakenly puts a prize cow in danger. Helen struggles with her lifelong vocation. Mrs. Hall and Tristan have brushes with love.
Detective Fitzroy sees one of his colleagues plant evidence on a suspect. With Duke away, Fitzroy turns to Eliza for help.
Drinking Culture introduces trendsetters in world of spirits and libations. We meet childhood friends who opened a bar as an homage to their Indian upbringing, the founders of a microbrewery incorporating local Hawaiian flavors, a rum company preserving sugar cane farming and traditional rum agricole, and a chef combining a dynamic bar program with her James Beard Award winning cooking.