HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - This Sunday brings us another episode of ʻÂhaʻi ʻÔlelo Ola. Amy Kalili gives us an idea of what's in store.
Ma kçia pûkana e hoʻomanaʻo aloha ʻia ai ʻo Merata Mita, he wahine kû ma ka ihe no nâ mea hoʻopuka kiʻi ʻôiwi.
We pay tribute to Merata Mita, a pioneer among native filmmakers.
She pushed all of us to tell our stories, and to not be afraid to tell our stories.
Shooter/Editor, ʻÂhaʻi ʻÔlelo Ola and UHM Academy for Creative Media Alumni
Nui kona paipai iâ mâkou, ko Hawaiʻi.
E walaʻau aku nô me nâ mea i hoʻolâlâ a hoʻolaukaʻi i nâ hanana Lâ Kamehameha o kçia makahiki kûikawâ no ka nui o nâ loli i ʻike ʻia.
We talk with Kamehameha Day Celebration coordinators about the noticable changes this year.
Kipa aku kâkou i kekahi loko iʻa ma Kâneʻohe kahi e aʻo ʻia ai ka ʻepekema kai ma o nâ kiʻina kuʻuna e mâlama ʻia ai ka loko iʻa.
We head out to Kâneʻohe where modern science is being taught at one of our many traditional Hawaiian fishponds.
Ua ʻaʻo mâkou waiwai nâ mea i hana ʻia e nâ kûpuna i ka wâ kahiko.
Papa 9, Nâ Kula ʻo Kamehameha - Kapâlama
Our kupuna were akamai and skilled.
Ua hoʻopuka o Kûpaoa i ka lâua pâ sçdç hou i leʻaleʻa i ka hula.
And Kûpaoa is back with a new CD that will make you want to dance!
E launa mai nô i kçia Lâ Pule ma ka 4:30 no ʻÂhaʻi ʻÔlelo Ola. Aloha.
Join us this Sunday at 4:30pm for another edition of ʻÂhaʻi ʻÔlelo Ola.