NYC, the birthplace of Hip-Hop, has survived, thrived, and evolved, spreading throughout the world. Mickela heads to the new Hip Hop Museum in the Bronx to learn about its history and its legends, and meets up with the next generation of dancers, DJs, and artists. From the Ladies of Hip Hop Festival to DJ-ing with the Mobile Mondays crew, Mickela gets a true taste of the Boogie Down Bronx!
This documentary pays tribute to a range of composers who flourished between the 1870s and the 1920s. The film explores the poetry and play of Hawaiian lyrics, as well as the places and features of the natural world that inspired songs still loved and listened to today.
In the realignment of State Legislative districts due to reapportionment, the new District 35 in the State House of Representatives is an open seat with no incumbent and includes parts of Waipahū and Pearl City. In the general election, Republican Josiah Araki, who was unopposed in the primary, faces Democrat Cory Chun who won a tight primary race. Meanwhile, in Hawaiʻi County, the two top vote getters for Council District 2 which includes Downtown Hilo and parts of Waiākea Uka and Kaūmana, were less than a percentage point apart in the primary while beating three other candidates. Jennifer Kagiwada and Matthias Kusch are in a runoff in November.
This Nā Mele features the trio, Keauhou. The name Keauhou translates as “the new or renewed generation." The program features original songs from the group as well as a special guest performance from mentor and musical legend Robert Cazimero.