The late Rev. Mitsuo “Mits” Aoki, founder of the University of Hawai‘i School of Religion, talks about his therapeutic work with terminally ill patients, the death of his wife and thoughts about his own mortality.
Since 2018, RYSE or Residential Youth Services and Empowerment, has been helping teens and young adults who are experiencing homelessness on O‘ahu. For 100 years the Ka Leo O Hawai‘i has served as the student-run newspaper for the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa. On Maui, a young man is grooving to the beat of his own voice. Pono Akiona is the 2022 American Beatbox Champion.
On this special episode of HIKI NŌ on PBS Hawaiʻi, find out which schools produced the winning entries of the HIKI NŌ on PBS Hawaiʻi 2022 Fall Challenge. For this competition, HIKI NŌ students were challenged to submit videos based on the prompt, “Where Tradition Meets Today.” Students had just four days to interview, shoot, edit and refine their videos.
Kainani Kahaunaele has been a force in Hawaiian music for the last two decades. She garnered multiple awards for her albums Naʻu ʻOe (2003) and ʻŌhai ʻUla (2010). Most recently at the 2021 Nā Hōkū Hanohano Awards she won a total of seven trophies, including album of the year, for her most recent release Waipunalei.
In this Nā Mele: Traditions in Hawaiian Song, Jerry has woven together a story of home through his music as it speaks to the idea of kuʻu home, a personal, endearing way to refer to our place in the world.
The day after Thanksgiving has become a day of commercialism, but every year, full-time real estate broker and part-time line enthusiast Kapono Kanoho subverts the concept of Black Friday.
The fifth part of HIKI NŌ on PBS Hawai‘i five-part series chronicling the COVID-19 global pandemic from a perspective unlike any other: straight from students’ homes.
Mark Yamanaka is a singer, songwriter, multiple Nā Hōkū Hanohano award winner and a car salesman. On this Nā Mele, enjoy Yamanaka’s soothing yet powerful falsetto voice.
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