Which side do you wear your flower, and does it matter? Why should pregnant women only receive open lei? And what is a leg reader? Makanani Salā, director of the Mayor's Office of Culture and the Arts, discusses our many pua (flower) traditions. Listen to the audio podcast now.
On November 2, 1999, seven men lost their lives in the Xerox building on Nimitz Highway. Evelyn Balatico, mother of 33-year-old victim Jason Balatico, recounts the day of the deadliest mass shooting in Hawaiʻi history. Listen to the audio podcast now.
Cultural practitioner and waterman Pohaku Stone returns to talk about the art of crafting and riding on wood surfboards, and the effect that Carissa Moore and her Olympic gold medal win has had on the sport. Listen to the audio podcast now.
ʻOpihi, known as "Hawaiian gold," is getting harder to find. Learn about the dangerous art of picking this sought-after Hawaiian delicacy. Listen to the audio podcast now.
Master storyteller Lopaka Kapanui returns to the show to talk about the legend of the Night Marchers... and what to do if you cross their path. Listen to the audio podcast now.
For some, it's a rite of passage. For others, it's a daily morning routine. In this episode, we explore the Koko Crater Stairs and the importance of protecting, preserving and rehabilitating the trail. Listen to the audio podcast now.
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