Join Kelly Corrigan as she sits down with the famed actress and entrepreneur Jennifer Garner, who shares her story on how she found “the most optimistic work in the world” – and how it isn’t acting.
Join Kelly Corrigan, who speaks to late-night host, actor and writer James Corden about American identity, and his path from internet stardom to The Late Late Show.
Enjoy an intimate and heartfelt interview series hosted by four-time New York Times bestselling author Kelly Corrigan, who conducts candid conversations with influential leaders in their fields. In this program, Kelly Corrigan interviews attorney and social justice activist Bryan Stevenson.
On this Long Story Short with Leslie Wilcox, we hear from Nona Beamer, or Aunty Nona as she was fondly called. Aunty Nona was an educator, author, hula dancer and a champion of Hawaiian culture, known for her integrity, scholarship and love.
Hear from Alice Inoue, the founder of Happiness U, as she reflects on how her curiosity and entrepreneurial nature led her on an untraditional path to her current position of helping others find their life’s purpose.
A special compilation edition of LONG STORY SHORT WITH LESLIE WILCOX features four local Artists and Painters. These creatives share how they approach their work and what inspires them.
Rowan LeCompte: A Life in Light profiles the late, world-renowned stained glass artist best known for his work in the Washington National Cathedral, spanning 70 years of artistic commission. This film traces LeCompte’s trajectory from a determined teenager who found his life’s calling in the possibilities of color and light to an octogenarian with an unstoppable vision of what stained glass can do.
Don’t expect to hear Waipahu High (Oʻahu) Principal Keith Hayashi to toot his own horn. His public school is shattering stereotypes of what’s possible in a lower-income area. With a focus on innovation and partnerships, he has become an undisputed statewide leader in Hawaiʻi public education. Among his achievements, he was a driving force in creating the school’s groundbreaking Early College program. Students can earn college credits, giving them up to a two-year head start when they enter the University of Hawaiʻi.
Learn how John Morgan, president of the 4,000-acre Kualoa Ranch on Windward Oʻahu, diversified business by opening up the lands to recreational tour activities and to movie crews from blockbuster films like Jurassic Park and Jumanji.
Jim Burns’ father, John A. Burns, always thought of himself as a local boy. Jim, who grew up in Kailua and could easily break into Pidgin English, saw himself the same way. As Jim was growing up, he saw the respect that his father had for Hawai‘i’s immigrants, and learned that being a local boy was about more than just speaking Pidgin.
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