New Submersible ROV from Schmidt Ocean Institute; Okinawan Festival; From the Farm; Halloween Themed Drama Program for Kids
Last week, people around the world were captivated by an adorable, almost toy-like cuttlefish. The purple, googly-eyed creature wasn’t exactly what scientists thought they’d find, but that’s why they call it the search for the unknown...which will get some help from another underwater exploration vessel- the Schmidt Ocean Institute's new Remotely Operated Vehicle, SuBastian
Intro Music: Book of James by Augustines
Outro Music: Pizza Guy by Touch Sensitive
Hawaii’s Okinawan community is one of the most tenacious in hanging on to its cultural identity -- a tenacity formed back in Japan, where Okinawans are a distinct minority that has had to struggle to hold on to its cultural practices, and even its indigenous languages. Today, more than a century after they first came to Hawaii, local Okinawans look forward to one of the most popular and well-attended of the summer festivals. The 2016 Okinawan Festival is 34 years along; Lynn Miyahira Krupa is its program chair.
Intro Music: Kariushino Yoru by BEGIN
Outro Music: Leaving Home by Okinawa Lights Ensemble
For our weekly peek into the mind of news analyst Neal Conan there are a few stories, you, too, may be following: The Olympic Games say good bye to Rio, the FBI finds thousands more of Hillary Clinton's emails, the politics of compassion in Louisiana, and Iran bristles after its Russian allies show off...Neal joins us now as he does most Tuesdays from his Mac Nut farm on the Big Island
Intro Music: Duetsche Welle Theme
Outro Music: Inside Out by Spoon
It’s not too early to be thinking about Halloween - not if you’re planning on mounting a thoroughly scary stage production… and that’s just what Honolulu Theatre for Youth’s fall ‘Primary Players’ Saturday drama program is going to do: introduce kids to the joys of theater by putting them to work and lighting up their imaginations in the process. They’ll be putting on a show called Creepy Crawlers and Other Spooky Stories!”.
Intro Music: L.O.V. by Fitz and The Tantrums
Outro Music: Werewolves of London by Warren Zeevon