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Home is Here is a local series that takes you deep into neighborhoods across Hawai‘i, providing an inside peek at how we live, work and play.
Air Date: Wed, Mar 29, 2023 7:30 PM
Cultural dance to the beat of drums, delicate floral arrangements that soothe and inspire, and giving hope to cats and the disabled describe stories in this month’s episode of Home is Here.
Air Date: Sat, Mar 18, 2023 7:00 PM
Diamond Head Theatre has been entertaining audiences with its live productions for more than a century. And just last month, PBS Hawai‘i was there as DHT raised the curtain a new facility that replaced the outdated and worn-down Fort Ruger Theatre. Our second story takes you to Hawai‘i Island for a conversation with Ikaika Dombrigues, a man who has reached the status of kahuna or high priest. He takes us through his spiritual journey and how he’s using his knowledge to protect and perpetuate traditional Hawaiian healing techniques.
Air Date: Wed, Feb 22, 2023 12:00 AM
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Diamond Head Theatre Artistic Director John Rampage walks us through the Diamond Head Theatre ahead of its demolition and reconstruction.
Air Date: Wed, Jan 25, 2023 7:30 PM
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.
Air Date: Thu, Dec 29, 2022 2:00 PM
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Ikaakamai performs his song "Scholarship."
Air Date: Thu, Dec 29, 2022 12:00 AM
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Ikaakamai performs his song "He Noho Papa."
Air Date: Wed, Dec 28, 2022 7:30 PM
Earlier this year, the Hawai‘i State Archives received two historic collections of records. One of the collections was from long-time radio personality and host of Territorial Airwaves, Harry B. Soria Jr. The other collection was from an Englishman who resided in Toronto, Canada named Michael Scott. In all, the collections equal roughly 20,000 records, with the earliest dating back to 1905. Contained within these priceless vinyl artifacts is much of the history of Hawaiian recorded music.
Air Date: Wed, Dec 28, 2022 2:00 PM
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Aunty Genoa Keawe and granddaughter Pōmaikaʻi perform a medley of song "Mauna Loa" and her signature song "Alika" on a 2001 episode of Nā Mele.
Air Date: Wed, Dec 28, 2022 2:00 PM
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George Helm performs the song "Kalamaʻula" at the Liliuʻokalani Trust Center in Kalamaʻula, Molokai for the Golden Anniversary of Molokai Homesteading in 1972. Featuring Barney Isaacs, Jr. on steel guitar, Benny Kalama on guitar, and Jimmy Kaopuiki on bass. From the program "Pau Hana Years: Golden Anniversary of Molokai Homesteading: 50 Years of Hawaiian Homelands on Molokai"
Air Date: Tue, Dec 27, 2022 2:00 PM
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Paige Okamura, a.k.a. DJ Mermaid of Hawaiʻi Public Radio, talks about the role Hawaiian music plays in preserving and perpetuating history and language.
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