FRONTLINE, takes a deep look at the Houston Astros cheating scandal. Examine the making of one of the best teams and worst scandals in modern Major League Baseball history, the limited accountability and how it changed the sport.
On this episode of HIKI NŌ on PBS Hawaiʻi, H.P. Baldwin High School senior Kailani Ibanez presents a special collection of stories from her classmates and others who have thoughts to share about what it means to call Hawai‘i home.
How would you handle the trauma of losing a loved one? Murders That Matter documents African American Muslim mother Movita Johnson-Harrell over five years as she transforms from a victim of violent trauma into a fierce advocate against gun violence in Black communities. Produced in association with ITVS.
Enjoy this Nā Mele with the talented, musical Lim Family of Kohala, Hawai‘i Island. On the program, you’ll see siblings Sonny Lim, Nani Lim Yap and Lorna Lim perform as a trio. Among the featured hula dancers are family members Namakana Davis-Lim, Brianna “Wehi” Lim Ryder and Asialynn Yap.
Elena’s Restaurant is known nationwide for their delicious Filipino food. The Pork Adobo Fried Rice Omelette is Elena’s #1 most popular dish, and for good reason. It’s about as simple as it sounds, Filipino fried rice mixed with pork adobo, wrapped in an egg omelette. Co-Owner Mellissa Cedillo talks about how her mother, Elena, came up with this local favorite.
The team is taken to the edge of reality following the death of a participant in a magical ritual invoking a demon. Is there a supernatural cause for the murder, or is there a much more earthbound explanation?
Behind the Strings presents the story of a group of young Chinese musicians moved to the West when Mao Tse Tung’s Cultural Revolution ended. They began a lifetime adventure as the Shanghai Quartet, studying with great masters and performing at Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center.
Mary rediscovers the city of Bristol. She had her first job here, this is where her late son studied at university and the city is home to her granddaughter. She enjoys some new experiences and cooks some favorite dishes.
The Latinx Photography Project, a bilingual documentary film that explores how a creative practice like photography can succeed at cultivating leaders who are grounded in community cohesion. With photography as their medium, the participants in this project carve a path in a community that years ago was foreign to most immigrant farmworkers.
Trace the life and legacy of labor activist Cesar Chavez. Through interviews with Maya Angelou, Joan Baez, Carlos Santana and more, see how music and the arts were instrumental to the success of the farmworkers’ movement Chavez helped found.
Celebrate the new class of Hispanic Heritage Award honorees, including Grammy-nominee Omar Apollo; Chairman of NBCUniversal News Group Cesar Conde; Grammy and Latin Grammy winning musicians Café Tacvba; Co-Founders of Siete Family Foods Veronica, Miguel, and Aida Garza; and reggaeton and urbano pioneer Wisin.
Removed by Force: The Eviction of Hawaiʻi’s Japanese Americans During World II. The film sheds light on the relatively unknown experiences of the 1,500 Americans of Japanese ancestry from 23 geographic areas in Hawai‘i who were evicted, but not interned, during World War II.
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