Grammy and Nā Hōkū Hanohano award-winning musician John Cruz performs "It's Time To Build A Bridge," composed during the start of the COVID-19 pandemic in a time of division.
Derrick Iwata, Former Education and Programs Manager at Japanese Cultural Center of Hawaii, talks about the popular summer cultural tradition in communities across the state as obon.
We revisit our conversation with Jodi Endo Chai, co-author of the 2000 okazuya guide "Oh, 'Cause You Hungry!" and Executive Officer of the State of Hawaii Public Utilities Commission, about the classic delicatessens and the struggles these family businesses face in trying to survive. Listen below.
Master storyteller Lopaka Kapanui tells us about the legendary Kasha of Kaimukī.
Blogger Rodney Lee returns to the show to talk about the history of the largest open-air shopping center in the world.
Founder of Stolen Stuff Hawaii Michael Kitchens explains what motivated him to create the popular Facebook group, and how it has impacted both our community and law enforcement.
We revisit our talk with cultural practitioner and waterman Pohaku Stone about the death-defying Hawaiian tradition of hōlua, or lava sledding.
On August 25, 1991, four people were killed in an act of jealous rage that spanned across O‘ahu. Award-winning journalist and author Robbie Dingeman returns to tell the story.
Hula dancer Heali‘i Heine revisits her experience shooting the iconic Consolidated Theatres hula trailer.
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