Archive

  • Kona Blue

    Aquaculture farms like Kona Blue over on the Big Island set out to provide a sustainable supply of seafood.

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  • Kumu Kahua

    Kumu Kahua is well-known for its dedication and commitment to plays that are for, by, and about the people…

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  • Billy Pieper

    After a switch from professional baseball player to bank executive, but Billy Pieper understands the drive necessary to succeed…

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  • Bella Layla

    Owning and operating a successful multi-million dollar company is no easy task. We learn some about some keys to…

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  • TheBus

    TheBus’ 70 million passengers a year get an accurate guide to pronunciation of Oʻahu’s streets and landmarks, thanks to…

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  • Obon

    It’s Obon season here in Hawaiʻi, and this Japanese tradition has a slightly local flavor embraced by Hawaiʻi people.

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  • Father Damien

    Father Damien will be canonized soon, and we talk to two of the nine former Kalaupapa patients raising funds…

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  • Hālauola

    ʻAha Hula ʻo Hālauaola was established to gather elders, teachers, and students, in an effort to revive the ancient…

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  • ʻĀhaʻi ʻŌlelo Ola – July 12, 2009

    The pros and cons of building the Thirty Meter Telescope on Hawaiʻi’s Maunakea, working toward sustainability and food sovereignty,...

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  • ʻImi Haku

    A fine arts school in Waimea has embraced the master-apprenctice learning style as a classic means for passing on…

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  • Kenneth

    Kenneth Makuakāne, an accomplished Hawaiian musician and composer, embraces his role as keeper of knowledge passed over generations through…

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  • Hōʻea Ea

    Hawaiian youth across the State of Hawaiʻi gathered on each island for Hōʻea Ea, a youth food sovereignty conference.

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  • TMT

    The Thirty-Meter Telescope Project held seven state-wide meetings collecting comments from the public on their draft Environmental Impact Statement.

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  • Bellows

    The Marine Corps closed Bellows Beach Park for the entire month of June because of some unsafe activities taking…

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  • Nā Lei o ka Holokū

    The Lim Family is drawn together not only through their music, but also through their award winnning Hālau, Nā…

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  • DHHL & OHA

    A historic partnership is announced between the Department of Hawaiian Home Lands and the Office of Hawaiian Affairs to…

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  • Pana Kamehameha

    Uncle Fred Cachola recounts the story of Kamehameha’s birth, memorialized in Kohala place names.

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  • ʻĀhaʻi ʻŌlelo Ola- Kahekili

      Kahekili April 4, 2009 Kahekili Highway is one of the longest roadways on the island – and equally...

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