Rodney Lee, author of the long-time nostalgia blog Midlife Crisis Hawaii, reminisces about growing up with school clothes and play clothes, back-to-school shopping, pencil fights and more. Listen below:
Nā Hōkū Hanohano-award-winning musician and master lei maker Kuana Torres Kahele returns to the PBS Hawai‘i studio to help us celebrate May Day. Listen below:
Legendary voice Kimo Kahoano talks about the history of the Hilo festival, his experiences in co-hosting the event and how the hula tradition has endured through the pandemic. Listen below:
Award-winning author and motivational speaker Cary Valentine returns to the show to share how anxiety and doubt can affect even the most successful, and what you can do to achieve a higher quality of life. Listen below:
In 1982, 19-year-old Lisa Au was reported missing, her car and purse left unattended on the side of the highway near the old Kailua drive-in. Ten days later, her body was found. The case remains unsolved. Award-winning journalist and author Robbie Dingeman returns to the show to discuss the disappearance and death of Lisa Au. Listen below:
We look at how the aloha shirt came to embody the spirit of the Islands with Kūhaʻo Zane, creative director of Sig Zane Designs, and how the medium of design can transcend economic value to build a respect for our home and cultural perspectives.
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