Keep It A Secret, recounts the inspiring true story of the dawn of Irish surfing and how the sport’s brave pioneers found peace in the surf during the most violent years of The Troubles conflict.
Homegrown Hawaiʻi investigates why Hawaiʻi imports an estimated 85 to 90 percent of the food consumed here and asks, "Can we reverse this?" Farmers and ranchers from all four counties and reveal the risks, challenges and rewards of farming and ranching in Hawaiʻi. Directed, shot and edited by Lynn Beittel of Visionary Video.
All four Hawai‘i counties are issuing concealed carry permits to gun owners following a U.S. Supreme court ruling last summer that expanded gun rights. PBS Hawai‘i is bringing together community leaders and citizens with varied perspectives to discuss next steps.
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.
Veteran journalist Paula Akana shares the story of ‘Iolani Palace from a different seat: as Executive Director of The Friends of ‘Iolani Palace.
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.
Oʻahu homeowners want relief from rising property taxes that skyrocketed due to significant double-digit increases in the assessed value of their properties. The city administration has proposed a one-time $300 property tax credit to qualified homeowners. Is that enough?
Nature’s beauty takes center stage this month in PBS Hawai‘i Presents: Himalayan Prayer for World Peace. Maui-based filmmaker Tom Vendetti takes viewers on a pilgrimage through India, Nepal and Tibet, exploring some of the most remote parts of the Himayalas to highlight a number of religious sites, customs and events. From sacred waters to centuries-old structures, this documentary reveals parts of the region rarely seen by many in the Western world while holding on to a message of peace, love and compassion.
Hawaiʻi's master of bonsai, growing and training miniature trees, explains the gentle art. We also explore the local Korean community and crafting coral from the deep into fine jewelry.
Creator of the local card game Ulus to Ulus Jolie Takazono talks about her inspiration, and how she has used the success of the game to give back to the community.
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