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, Jun 26, 2024 7:30 PM

Enjoy three stories about defying expectations…

Air Date: Wed, May 29, 2024 7:30 PM

This month on Home is Here, we have three stories about finding connection and discovering identity…

Air Date: Wed, Apr 24, 2024 7:30 PM

The university’s band program is celebrating its 100th anniversary and since 1950, the Uyehara family has been operating Aloha Tofu…

Air Date: Wed, Mar 27, 2024 7:30 PM

The Hawai‘i Walls festival started in 2011 under the name Pow!Wow! Hawai‘i…

Air Date: Sat, Mar 16, 2024 7:00 PM

Two farms raising very different products–one to eat and one to cherish–and fish masters who share their expertise with hungry consumers are the stories in this month’s Home is Here. 

Air Date: Sat, Feb 17, 2024 7:00 PM

This month’s episode of Home is Here features two stories that are grand in very different ways…

Air Date: Wed, Dec 27, 2023 7:30 PM
This month on Home is Here, we feature, Randy Rarick co-founder of the Triple Crown of Surfing and Laukahi Network an alliance of organizations aiming to protect local native plants.
Air Date: Sat, Dec 16, 2023 7:00 PM
In this episode of Home is Here, we’re going underground to explain the process of getting water to O‘ahu taps.If you’re ever in Hilo at the KTA Super Stores flagship, you’ll likely see Executive Vice President Derek Kurisu talking story with customers. Lastly, the zoo has partnered with the Department of Land and Natural Resources to raise the endemic Kamehameha butterfly as well as an endangered Hawaiian land snail.
Air Date: Wed, Oct 25, 2023 7:30 PM
In this month’s episode of Home is Here, we visit Hawai‘i’s largest fan event, Kawaii Kon, and catch up with West Coast graffiti legend OG Slick.
Air Date: Sat, Oct 14, 2023 7:00 PM
The Butuyan family moved to the island of O‘ahu from the Philippines in 1969. Five years later, Theo and Elena Butuyan opened Elena’s Restaurant in Waipahu, Central O‘ahu. Our second story is on Honolulu-based artist Bonhui Uy. Born and raised in the Philippines, he came to America in 1965 after graduating as an architectural engineer from Taiwan National Cheng Kung University. His artwork expanded to pieces made mostly with recycled materials such as newspapers, cardboard boxes, bottles and sheetmetals.
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