Ever wonder why malls in Hawaiʻi sell grab bags for New Year’s, or why Japanese families celebrate Christmas with a KFC dinner? Nate Gyotoku, President and Executive Director of the Japanese Cultural Center of Hawaiʻi, explains.
For the first time in almost four decades, the world's largest active volcano has erupted. Master storyteller Lopaka Kapanui tells us about Pele, the goddess of volcanoes and fire, and explains the phenomenon known as Pele's Hair.
We examine the history of Hawaiian heirloom jewelry with Makanani Salā, Director of the Mayor’s Office of Culture and the Arts.
With the first eruption of Mauna Loa in almost four decades, we explore the story of Madame Pele with master storyteller Lopaka Kapanui.
Sibling musical duo Ammon and Liahona Olayan talk about their journey from living in a tent on Hawaiʻi island to performing on American Idol.
If you know you know - the late night Molokai Hot Bread Run. Listen to the audio podcast now.
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.
While many businesses suffered during the pandemic, one industry not only thrived, but exploded in popularity: trading cards. Dave Jenkins of Best of the Best in Sportscards explains why.
Dave Jenkins of Best of the Best in Sportscards explains the booming popularity of trading cards in Hawaiʻi and how the industry was able to thrive during the pandemic. For more, listen to Dave's episode of our audio podcast WHAT SCHOOL YOU WENT?
Local comedian Tumua Tuinei stops by the PBS Hawaiʻi studio to talk about his meteoric rise to stardom.
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