A wayward young man, recently released from prison, struggles to reconnect with his son and Hawaiian heritage.
Every spring since 1971, the best hula hālau are invited to Hilo, Hawai‘i Island to perform in the most prestigious hula competition of its kind: the Merrie Monarch Festival. Follow the journeys of three hula practitioners—a teacher, a chanter, and a dancer—as they prepare to step onto the stage.
The talented local singer-songwriter of “&Bougainvillea” takes us on a tour of his favorite karaoke bars around Honolulu.
O‘ahu-based singer-songwriter Zen Chambers plays an acoustic session in beautiful Central Park.
In the future, a Hawaiian astronaut makes the next great leap for his planet, his family, and himself. Tonight is his last chance.
In the debut episode of this series on Hawai‘i creatives, follow Barrio Vintage owner and stylist Bradley Rhea as he prepares to unveil his otherworldly fashion show, “Protea,” at the Hawai‘i State Art Museum.
Activists residing in Wailuanui and Ke‘anae are continuing to untangle the complex politics of East Maui water diversion to reinstate this natural resource.
Perched above Honolulu, the Liljestrand House is regarded as the pinnacle of architect Vladimir Ossipoff’s work.
From its grand and resplendent capes to brilliant helmets, the Hawaiian art of featherwork endures.
Los Angeles tattoo artist Ruby Croak and Hawaiian kākau practitioner Keli’i Mākua share their approach to body art.