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.
In 1928, watercress was one of the only locally grown green vegetables in Hawai‘i. Now, nearly a century later, Emi Suzuki is standing on the shoulders of three previous generations who worked hard and sacrificed much.
Keala Kennelly drops in to talk about breaking barriers and the historic moment at this year’s Eddie Aikau Big Wave Invitational at Waimea Bay.
Local legendary entertainer Karen Keawehawaiʻi reminisces about her life and career.
Kalaʻi Miller is still on fire – from Baywatch, to Honolulu Fire Department Rescue Captain and now the host of our new PBS Hawaiʻi series, Home is Here. Listen below:
Ahead of Fat Tuesday, legendary local comedian Frank DeLima talks about malasadas and other Portuguese contributions to Hawaiʻi.
Driving instructor Steven Wong of Wong Way Driving Academy talks about local driving habits.
Hawaiʻi State Film Commissioner Donne Dawson talks about Hollywood's longtime love affair with the Islands and how cultural sensitivity and respect play a leading role in productions.
Talented musician and local boy Thunderstorm Artis shares his journey from the North Shore of O‘ahu to the final round of NBC’s The Voice and beyond. Listen below:
There are dozens of active missing children cases in Hawaiʻi. Amanda Leonard, coordinator for the State Department of the Attorney General’s Missing Child Center, tells us how we can work to protect our community.
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