Episode 36: A Virtual Thanksgiving Kanikapila

Happy Thanksgiving! For the first time, the ‘Muthaship’ and some friends invite you to their special gathering place ― the garage!
Episode 35: We’ll Get Through This Together, with Dr. Annie Rohr
The stress of the pandemic is affecting marriages, divorce rates and relationships. It’s impacting how we interact with our children, and how our children interact with each other. And it’s undeniably taken a toll on our mental health.
Episode 34: Music, Love and Hula with Natalie Ai Kamauu
She has beauty, poise, confidence and an unmistakable voice ― and did we mention the sheer gracefulness she displays through hula?
Episode 33: Primed for Streaming with Amazon’s Wade Wakashige
This week on ‘Muthaship,’ we talk story with a local boy who is now working for one of the most valuable streaming (and shopping!) brands in the world.

Adapting (Episode 7)

A lot of us are being forced to adapt right now amid the COVID-19 pandemic - and it’s not easy.
The New Normal (Episode 6)
In the sixth episode of “Tell me a Story with Jim Mendoza,” Jim focuses on “the new normal” we are all facing amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Classroom (Episode 5)
In the fifth episode, Jim shares one teacher’s incredible and inspiring lesson plan that has received the attention of the Grammy awards.
Instinct (Episode 4)
In exploring instinct, Mendoza shares the story of a judo coach who teaches teenagers that a powerful tool to protect themselves is built into their bodies.

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