Hear how Earl Kawaʻa uses both Hawaiian and Western ways to resolve conflicts in modern-day Hawaiʻi.
Growing up in poverty, Mahealani Wendt used this to spend three decades fighting for Hawaiian rights.
Catch up with ʻukulele virtuosos Roy Sakuma, Jake Shimabukuro and Taimane Gardner and learn how they act as ambassadors of this beloved instrument.
Musician, singer and dancer Nani Lim Yap tells how her family’s music grew from a pastime to a career that takes them around the world.
Hear how four Hawaiian Language Masters are helping to preserve the Hawaiian language.
How stirring saimin as a child led Sheldon Simeon to a career as an award-winning chef.
Taimane Gardner opens up about music, life and family.
Jim Leahey did more than call plays; he informed and entertained.
In this episode of Long Story Short with Leslie Wilcox, we feature four athletes who found success in their sports – and beyond: the late Skippa Diaz, Bob Apisa, Mahina Eleneki Hugo and Al Harrington.
Join us as we talk story with Waipahu High School Principal Keith Hayashi, an undisputed statewide leader in Hawaiʻi public education and the driving force in creating the school’s groundbreaking Early College program. He has been recognized for his leadership, most recently becoming the first high school principal to receive the Shirley B. Gordon Award of Distinction, which recognizes college presidents who have demonstrated strong support of student advancement on their campus.
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