Hawaiian Cultural Programs Director Kalapana Kollars + Aunty Wallette Pellegrino of Wailuku talk story
September 16, 2021 App Interview

Kalapana Kollars, Hawaiian Cultural Programs Director at Lahaina Restoration Foundation + Wallette Pellegrino, Host of ”Preserving Our Recollections” Oral History TV Program for University of Hawaii Maui College talk-story for SMALL TOWN * BIG ART.

Grandpa Chuck’s childhood antics

Grandpa Chuck talks about all the things he used to do when he was a kid in Hawaii.

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James Reeves and Amy Spiker

Amy Spiker (43) interviews her father, James Reeves (87) about his time serving as a Marine during WWII. He also talks about his 70-year career as an auto garage owner and his 64-year marriage.

Looking Back at High School Memories and Family Stories

This was recorded in Bellmawr, New Jersey in Signe Osborne’s dining room. The date was November 26, 2020. Kaitlyn Rice interviewed her mom mom, Signe Osborne. Signe Osborne is in her 70s with blonde hair and bright blue eyes, coming...

"Time… tick, tick, tick, time… You can't buy it, you can't earn it, nobody can give it to you."
September 16, 2019 App Interview

Robert Divers speaks to Kona Historical Society during a Kupuna Health & Wellness Outreach Event at the Regency Hualalai, September 15, 2019.

"Education in traveling… You cannot buy that kind of education."
September 16, 2019 App Interview

Patricia Y. Wong speaks to Kona Historical Society during a Kupuna Health & Wellness Outreach Event at the Regency Hualalai, September 15, 2019

The great thanksgiving listen with Kiana Sumalpong by Lilly Huffstutter.

Kiana is a seventeen year-old, she is also a senior in high school who answers some random questions about her personal life.

Get Lucky and Never Quit

Having a true appreciation for relaxation, Linda Pfeffer speaks with her grandson, Jake Joel, while sitting on the beach in Hawaii on Thanksgiving of 2017. Linda shares an abundance of stories, each with a golden lining, that resonates with Jake...

A rainy day in Kauai

The story of how my mother saved a woman’s life

Sense of Place Kelly Watanabe

For this assignment I interviewed my father, Ryan Watanabe. He has lived in Hawaii, on O'ahu, all his life. We talked about his "sense of place" and how it has changed over time, environmentally and sociologically.

Growing up in Hawaii with Melia

Melia talking about what it was like to grow up hi Hawaii and what she loved most about it.