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1-5-13 South Sound Senior Singers of Edmonds

The group meets weekly at the Edmonds Senior Center and play music with ukuleles. They put together an annual luau and make special menus with the focus on Hawaiian cuisine.


1-12-13 David Hughes Seahawks Fullback 81-86

David Hughes was a starting back for the Seattle Seahawks back in the early 1980s. He is a local Hawaiian man who he played college football at Boise State as a starting fullback. He is currently an associate pastor at the Antioch Church in Kirkland Washington


1-19-13 Keoki Kahumoku Slack Key Guitar and Pig Farmer

Keoki, a full-time Hawaiian slack key guitarist and vocalist is one of the first Hawaiian artists to win a Grammy Award. He also has a side business and captures wild boar for fun. He gives tours on the Big Island of Hawaii.


1-26-13 Dr. Jim Ho

The host Napua (Gloria Fujii Nahalea) is interviewing the guest Dr. Jim Ho, Hawaiian historian and founder and director of the Hawaiian Chinese museum and Archives in Honolulu Hawaii.


2-2-13 Sarah Radinoff

Sarah Radinoff, independent stage show actor and producer was born and raised on Kauai Hawaii. She is now producing a one-person stage show throughout Seattle and Hawaii.


2-9-13 Bill Tapia

Uncle Bill Tapia, who died in 2011, would be the oldest ukulele player if he was alive today and would have been 104 years old. “Tappy” as he was called back in the 1930’s, was a private limousine driver for the Royal Hawaiian hotel. He drove around the likes of Clark Gable.


2-16-13 Colin Fong Stuntman

Mr. Colin Fong, a well-known as a martial artist, is a local Hawaiian stuntman and vice president of the Hawaii Stunt Association and additionally, a very popular pianist and vocalist.  He is still a very busy actor in Hollywood and Hawaii and he usually plays the role of the bad guy.


2-23-13 John Keawe Guitarist

John Keawe is multi winner of the annual Na Hoku Hanohano Awards (similar to the Grammys). He is known as a master slack key guitarist and was also the winner of the Hawaiian Grammy Awards in 2004 from the Big Island of Hawi Hawaii


3-2-13 Kona Kitchen

The Kona Kitchen restaurant is owned and operated by Yugi Okumoto, a well-known Asian actor who has played lead roles in Karate Kid 1 & 2, Pearl Harbor the movie, Johnny Tsujami Disney series and is the co-producer of Only Braves of the 442 Special Hawaiian Army Group from Honolulu Hawaii.


3-9-13 Charlie Recaido

Charlie is a full time Hawaiian guitarist and vocalist, multi-winning recording engineer, well-known music writer producer and also a winner of the first Hawaiian Grammy Award back in 2004.


3-16-13 Kalama Celebration

This is a unique combined Hawaiian and Native American Indian cultural event that was held in the city of Kalama Washington from August 2005 to 2010. It blended both cultures with music, arts, crafts, vendors and a Hawaiian luau/concert.


3-23-13 Charles Brotman

Mr Charles Brotman, a well-known guitarist, producer, music writer, main engineer and producer for the first ever Hawaiian Grammy slack key CD. Brotman is also the founder and lead guitarist for the group Kohala from the Big Island of Hawaii Waimea.


3-30-13 Kalama Sisters

This segment was with the two living grandchildren of Hawaiian pioneer John Kalama from Kula Maui Hawaii. John Kalama has a town named after him in Washington State. It is two hours south of Seattle and two hours north of Portland Oregon.


7-6-13 Dr. Jim Ho

7-13-13 Don McDonald

7-20-13 Kona Kitchen

7-27-13 Bill Tapia

8-3-13 Keoki Kahumoku

8-10-13 John Keawe

8-17-13 Charles Ricaido

8-24-13 Colin Fong

8-31-13 David Hughes

9-7-13 Kalama Celebration

9-14-13 Sarah Rudinoff

9-21-13 South Sound

9-28-13 Charles Brotman

10-5-13 Ben (two cooks)

10-19-13 Kalama Sisters



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