Efforts to legalize recreational marijuana use for adults in Hawaiʻi has failed in recent years. So what’s different this year? A new governor who says he’s open to legalization. But before any measure even reaches his desk, it still needs to be approved by the Legislature and it’s unclear if lawmakers are ready to embrace the idea.
NATURE: DOGS IN THE WILD is a three-part miniseries that travels the globe to uncover the secrets of the most successful carnivores on the planet: wild dogs. From jackals, foxes, and wolves to dingoes and the Japanese raccoon dog, canids have conquered every continent except Antarctica.
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.
PBS NewsHour Special Report: The State of the Union Address will include President Biden’s speech, the Republican response, and analysis from the NewsHour team, presented live.
Wade into the rich soil of Pahokee, Florida, a town on the banks of Lake Okeechobee. Beyond its football legacy, including sending over a dozen players to the NFL (like Anquan Boldin, Fred Taylor, and Rickey Jackson), the fiercely self-determined community tells their stories of Black achievement and resilience in the face of tragic storms and personal trauma.
WORK IT OUT WOMBATS! is a preschool series that follows a playful trio of marsupial siblings who live in a fantastical treehouse complex called the Treeborhood. The residents – wombats, snakes, moose, kangaroos, iguanas, eagles – share their varied skills, abilities, traditions, and ways of thinking.
Mrs. Hall conquers demons from her past. While she is away, Tristan discovers the challenge of housekeeping. Meanwhile, Helen is at loose ends.
Eliza is on the verge of earning life-changing money when she offers to help the heir to an unclaimed fortune. It’s a race against time to claim the money and Eliza will need Duke’s help, but a revelation about his personal life makes working together impossible.
WE WERE HYPHY is a love song to the artists, dance, music, clothes, cars and people who came of age during the Hyphy Movement. The film is a fun, nostalgic experience for those lucky enough to experience Hyphy the first time around, and a tantalizing introduction to those discovering it now.
Set against the social, political and cultural landscape of the times, Chasing Trane brings saxophone great John Coltrane to life, as a man and an artist. The film is the definitive look at the boundary-shattering musician whose influence continues to this day.
“The Stars & The Osprey” begins with Lightman's late-night experience alone on the ocean when he felt connected to the stars and ends with a memorable eye-to-eye encounter with a wild creature. Alan attempts to reconcile these transcendent experiences with the material world of atoms and molecules. Can science explain such experiences in terms of the brain? Are we humans nothing but matter?
Nonprofits help everyone from keiki to kūpuna in everything from healthcare to childcare, to providing shelter, putting food on the table or simply sharing a hot meal. But rising costs including wages and persistent calls for help from the community, continue to be a challenge for many of these organizations, making it difficult for them to survive. How can we help the helpers and what happens if we don’t?
This rebroadcast of Spectrum Hawaiʻi highlights t-shirt fashion, Hawaiian quilts and an army band on Schofield Barracks.
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