Andrew is a corporate professional with a sick resume who's currently manufacturing a climbing and surfing career... complete with travel budgets, retainer, and opportunity. When you look at Andrew, he's part athlete, part explorer, part humanitarian, part activist, and an influencer. While Andrew is not a pro-level athlete, he does have an incredible story, athletic chops, and the marketing mind to package himself and his “Between Worlds Project” (that will make him the first African American to climb the seven summits and seven volcanic summits), as an ambassador to watch. The podcast talks about his incredible story that took him from Detroit, Georgia, Hawaii, Maine, Mass, and beyond. Andrew Alexander King Show Notes: 4:00: His media barrage, his Detroit upbringing, moving to Georgia, racism, Europe, and Hawaii 20:30: Rollerblade: They invented inline skating and make the best skates on the planet. Outdoor Research: The best outerwear in the world comes from OR and is built in the PNW Elan Skis: Over 75 years of innovation that makes you better. 23:30: Learning to swim, surf, and do all the Hawaiian things, localism, surfing Nazarre, height, getting a scholarship to the University of Maine, and drinking 42:00: Stanley: Get 30% off site wide with the code pmovement Peter Glenn Ski and Sports: Over 60 years of getting you out there. Best Day Brewing: All of the flavor of your favorite IPA or Kolsch, without the alcohol, the calories, and sugar. 45:00: Climbing the White Mountains, travel to climb, climbing in Walmart boots, all in costs, and selling his story 60:00: Brands, how he's climbing the mountains and ego 67:00: Inappropriate Questions
This is part two of a four-part podcast with deep interest to me. My friend John Honold and I interviewed Kenneth Makuakane, a third-generation Hope Chapel Kaneohe Bay pastor. He's an award-winning Waikiki entertainer concurrently leading the largest Hawaiian congregation in the state. The original missionaries planted the church. As the story unfolds, I discipled John Honold, who multiplied several churches and leads a string of micro churches today. John now coaches Ken, whom he discipled decades ago. And Ken is plowing ground that lay fallow until his arrival. The church is growing, and elderly people often engage with street kids. Most ethnic Hawaiians, whether they go to church or not, call Kawaiaha'o Church their home. This is significant as it links the first spiritual awakening in the Kingdom of Hawaii to the most recent in the State of Hawaii. The congregation is steeped in tradition as it became the church home to the kings and queens of ancient Hawaii. Beginning with the original New England-born missionaries in the early 1700s, Hawaii experienced four church-planting movements. In terms of per capita penetration, it remains the most successful awakening in human history. The second planted churches among Japanese Americans. Thousands of Japanese immigrated to Hawaii to work in sugar plantations, and many came to Christ. Takie Okamura, the innovator God used to drive that awakening planted what we would call microchurches in the sugar cane camps. He ran a Japanese-language newspaper and invented language schools for evangelism. He also planted Makiki Christian Church which prevails today. From the 1940s to the early 1980s or late 1970s, church multiplication centered on Olivet Baptist Church, which launched more than 40 congregations. My friends and I showed up in 1983, thirty of us including children. We planted and multiplied 69 churches in the Hope Chapel arena in about 27 years. Shortly after our arrival Wayne Cordeiro launched the New Hope movement, which is responsible for another 69 congregations during those same years. Theirs are often larger than ours, but we were privileged to send a little more than 100 people to help launch New Hope Oahu, including their long-serving first worship band. The greater excitement of the fourth awakening comes via hundreds of small churches planted after the example of the larger networks. These are mostly independent congregations. At one point, every public school in the state (650+) hosted at least one or more congregations. None started from the more noticeable movements. This podcast is significant because Ken's role links the original spiritual awakening with the most recent. I hope it blesses you as it has me. And I hope you'll join us for all four installments of this podcast. If you need more information, you can learn about the church at https://kawaiahaochurch.com or connect with Ken via email. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
We take a trip back to the nineties and to what is still one of the most feared and neglected islands in surfing. Your guide is underground Hawaiian hero, and one time Rapa Nui resident, Kohl Christensen. Today's episode is brought to you by Swell CBD oil and Smart Leash Co See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Keao NeSmith is a Native-Hawaiian linguist from the island of Kaua'i. He holds a PhD in applied linguistics and is an educator and translator who has taught at various universities in Hawai'i, Tahiti and New Zealand. His work on “Neo Hawaiian” as a separate variety of Hawaiian has informed debate in Hawaiian language studies, as well as broader issues in language revitalization. He has translated a number of books into Hawaiian, including The Hobbit, The Little Prince, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, and the Harry Potter series. He most recently finished a Hawaiian translation of The Chronicles of Narnia. In this episode we talk about learning Hawaiian from native speakers, the Hawaiian we speak today, the goal of our language, linguistics, translating popular novels into Hawaiian, and so much more. Enjoy! Learn more about Keao here: https://www.waikato.ac.nz/study/success-stories/keao-nesmith Buy our merch on: https://keepitaloha.com/ Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/kamakadias Watch on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@KeepitAlohaPod/ Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/keepitalohapod/ Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/keepitalohapod/ Follow us on TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@keepitalohapod Filmed at https://id8studios.org/
Legends from the Pacific: Book 1 is available on Amazon. Get your copy today. https://amzn.to/3CIYo6m (Amazon Affiliate link) What is a yeongno? Yeongno are Korean creatures banished from the heavens, but may return after eating 100 yangban, or officials. Discover this unique creature, and how modern illustrations may hurt what this creature is. Featured Song: "Gangsta", by Lily Meola, courtesy of HI*Sessions Join our email list https://legendsfromthepacific.ck.page/32ca50bd23 *We respect your privacy. We will not share your email. You can unsubscribe at any time. Visit our store: https://legendsfromthepacific.com/store Theme Song: "Mystery" by Tavana, courtesy of HI*Sessions Sound Effects: Sound Effects Factory Music Coordinator: Matt Duffy AKA DJ TripleBypass Link to this episode on our website: https://legendsfromthepacific.com/148-yeongno Please give us a rating, write a review, subscribe, follow us, and share us with your friends and family. ***** Join our email list and claim your exclusive unaired episode today: "Hawaii's Faceless Ghost - Mujina" (Unaired Episode) https://legendsfromthepacific.ck.page/32ca50bd23 *We respect your privacy. We will not share your email. You can unsubscribe at any time. Listen to unaired Hawaiian stories, and Kamu's paranormal experiences by becoming a Patreon supporter today: https://www.patreon.com/legendsfromthepacific Send your unusual Pacific experience to be shared on a future episode. https://legendsfromthepacific.com/feedback Visit our Fan Art Section: https://legendsfromthepacific.com/fan-artwork Instagram: legendsfromthepacific Twitter: LegendsPacific Follow Legends from the Pacific wherever you listen to audio. → Follow via Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/legends-from-the-pacific/id1501091122 → Follow via Google Podcasts: https://podcasts.google.com/search/legends%20from%20the%20pacific → Follow via Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/5qhdkYUl8R7hSw6OZYJLye → Here's our RSS feed: https://legendsfromthepacific.libsyn.com/rss www.LegendsFromThePacific.com
A little over a month ago, the world watched in horror as fast-moving flames leveled the idyllic oceanside town of Lahaina on the Hawaiian island of Maui. The fire had started just that day but winds from a distant hurricane swept the flames into a firestorm that killed more than 100 people, making it the deadliest American wildfire in more than a century. Similar things happened around Montana this summer, thankfully with no deaths reported. But there were other similarities between them: A new fire grows rapidly, fanned by hot and dry winds, to quickly threaten a town. And that happened as Montana has seen a remarkably quiet season for wildfires by some measures. On this episode Joshua Murdock, outdoors and natural resources reporter at the Missoulian talks about the River Road East Fire outside of Paradise, Montana.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The islands of Hawaii have more to offer than just stunning landscapes; they hold a profound cultural tapestry woven with the threads of Aloha, Ohana, and a deep reverence for nature. From the genuine essence of Aloha that extends far beyond a mere greeting, to the notion of Ohana where community transcends bloodlines, Hawaii taught me invaluable lessons in unity, connection, and sustainable living. As we explore the Aloha spirit and the Hawaiian way of life, I share what I learned that felt like the magic of traditional crafts, the significance of historical sites like Pearl Harbor and Lelani Palace, and the island's deep-rooted connection to nature. This week's episode on the Do All of the Things Podcast, join me as I recount my experience of visiting Oahu, Hawaii this summer. It was an unforgettable journey of learning, growth, and rich culture. WHAT YOU'LL LEARN IN THIS EPISODE The profound meaning behind the word "Aloha" and how it shapes every facet of Hawaiian life. The concept of "Ohana" and how it extends far beyond traditional family structures, fostering a sense of belonging and collective responsibility. Hawaii's deep connection with nature, including their reverence for volcanoes, water, and sustainable practices. The significance of traditional crafts like weaving, carving, and tattooing in Hawaiian culture. A glimpse into the historical sites of Pearl Harbor and Lelani Palace, providing insights into Hawaii's rich history and its role in the United States. FEATURED ON THE SHOW Work with Christine as your mindset coach for career growth. Learn more about private coaching and schedule a Consult Call w/ Christine so she can discuss the details of how she can help you create a positive and empowered mindset, overcome limiting beliefs, and develop effective strategies to achieve your professional goals. Reserve your spot on the waitlist for our upcoming in-person retreat experience at Manipura Centre Adventures, where unforgettable experiences are on the horizon. You'll spend your time immersing yourself in breathtaking locations, connecting with like-minded women, and discovering new horizons for personal growth and fulfillment. Grab a copy of the workbook “How to Calculate Your Rate as an RD Entrepreneur”.
This week Andrew talks with Cayce Lynch. Cayce is the Administrative Partner at Tyson & Mendes, a national civil litigation law firm. After law school, Cayce sent a cold e-mail to Tyson & Mendes co-founder Bob Tyson. Cayce aced her interview, was offered an entry level position, & has since worked her way up the ladder. Today, Cayce is the firm's Administrative Partner. She's led the firm to unprecedented growth & innovation — helping more than double the firm's size since her promotion to partner in 2017. In this conversation, Andrew & Cayce explore her career & success secrets. You'll hear actionable lessons on creating your own opportunities, optimizing decision making, & so much more. This episode will get you ready to take bold action, write that email you've been afraid to send, & power your journey to new heights. Show Highlights:(0:00) - Intro(2:59) - Law school in Hawaii(4:42) - Hawaiian culture(6:05) - Analyzing issues(6:52) - Writing for unique audiences(9:37) - Overcoming perfectionism(12:14) - Launching career with cold e-mail(19:20) - Impact of “getting in the weeds”(22:33) - Fighting imposter syndrome(25:16) - Optimizing decisions(26:20) - Maintaining perspective** Follow Andrew On Social Media **Twitter: @andrewhmosesInstagram: @AndrewMoses123Sign up for e-mails to keep up with Andrew's podcast at everybodypullsthetarp.com/newsletter
HPR's Catherine Cluett Pactol spotlights one man's survival saga as wildfire disaster unfolded; Union leader reflects on Lāhainā recovery support for members; Uplifting mental health and resilience during Suicide Prevention Month; and the University of Hawaiʻi presents a new production of Shakespeare in Hawaiian
Aloha and welcome to this episode of Craft & Puro. We sit down and catch up after our week hiatus, and go over all things fun and goofy that we enjoyed through the week. Enjoying the new Hawaii State Exclusive from Oveja Negra, The HAWAIIAN HORNET, we pair that against a couple new Ben Holloday releases from Westin, MO. Everyone enjoy this episode! Video format is available on our patreon at www.patreon.com/craftandpuro and be sure to check out our monthly livestream "Stogies & Cinema"-Mahalo
Description: In this riveting episode of the Cigar Hustlers Podcast, your hosts dive deep into the latest developments in the tobacco industry and beyond. Join us as we explore the following intriguing topics: Biden White House's Anti-Tobacco Measures: We unravel the White House's latest announcement, unveiling new anti-tobacco measures as part of the ambitious Cancer Moonshot Program. How will these measures impact the cigar industry? FDA's User Fee Process: Get the inside scoop on the FDA's updated user fee process, especially following a recent lawsuit that shook premium cigar companies. What changes can we expect? Robert Wright's Promotion: We celebrate Robert Wright's well-deserved promotion to CLE's National Sales Manager. Discover how his new role will shape the future of this renowned cigar brand. Crowned Heads' Mil Días Topes: We take a closer look at Crowned Heads' eagerly awaited Mil Días Topes cigars as they make their way to cigar shops. What makes this release special? El Septimo's Empress of Sheba: Explore the arrival of El Septimo's Empress of Sheba cigars in stores. What makes these cigars stand out in the ever-evolving cigar landscape? Nicaraguan Cigar with Hawaiian Tobacco: Uncover the unique blend of a Nicaraguan cigar featuring Hawaiian tobacco. Learn about the new Dakine brand and its eight distinctive blends. Shark Encounter off New Smyrna Beach: In a shocking incident, a man was bitten in the face by a shark while surfing off New Smyrna Beach, Florida. We discuss the incident and its implications for beachgoers. Mysterious Yellow Line on I-95: We unravel the mystery behind a perplexing 20-mile-long yellow line on I-95 that has left Florida drivers scratching their heads. What could be the reason behind this bizarre phenomenon? Join us for a captivating discussion that delves into the world of cigars, tobacco regulations, and some unexpected news from the Sunshine State. Whether you're a seasoned cigar enthusiast or simply curious about the latest headlines, this episode has something for everyone. Tune in now!
We are fortunate to be graced with Hawaiian Ashley as she takes us through each island and tells us the hidden in and outs! She is also an Avgeek! “I have an idea” and why her husband is so suspectKona Volcano is erupting againSiamen at Hamura'sSalt bedsQueen's BathOahuCook your own dinner at ShorebirdUluani's for shaved icePearl Harbor a must ( no bags or backpacks permitted)Polynesian Cultural CenterMaui Monique's favorite! Road to HanaHaleakalā Why is the sand red?Whale season is January and February The Lahaina fire
Welcome to Glenn Robison's Rapidly Rotating Records, bringing you vintage music to which you can't *not* tap your toes, from rapidly rotating 78 RPM records of the 1920s and '30s. Do you know who this fellow is? He's bandleader Johnny Noble, who, in the 1920s, played a leading role in introducing Hawaiian music to the […] The post Ding Dong! RRR Calling! RRR Show # 1209 Sept. 17, 2023 appeared first on Glenn Robison's Rapidly Rotating 78 RPM Records.
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Today on “Post Reports,” residents in Lahaina are healing after the deadly Maui wildfires with the help of a Hawaiian tradition: surfing. Read more:The Aug. 8 wildfire in Lahaina, Hawaii – the deadliest U.S. wildfire in more than a century – took the lives of at least 115 people, with the number of missing still unknown. With lives and homes devastated, residents are searching for a sense of normalcy. Surfing offers a reprieve for many of those affected by the tragic event.“It can be a great way for people to heal. Like ocean therapy, saltwater therapy,” said former professional surfer and surfboard shaper, Jud Lau. “The ocean is a healing place.”With the help of his Instagram followers and donations, Lau and other board shapers on Maui are replacing boards for those who lost them in the fire. Lahaina resident Victoria Gladden, a mother of three daughters, lost five boards in the fire, as well as everything else she owned. Getting back in the water was crucial for her to reconnect with herself in post-fire chaos. With the help of the Surfboard Replacement Project, Gladden and her eldest daughter Brianna reconnected with the water, finding peace on the waves. “This is just my favorite place in the whole entire world is the ocean,” she said after surfing for the first time since the fire.“I will never, ever live in a place where I cannot be in the water. I wouldn't, no way. What kind of life would that be?”
The Ultimate Hawaiin Trail Run takes place this weekend. Tommy checks in from from Kauai to give us an update on everything going on with the Keala Foundation and their fundraising efforts. Plus, Kelsey Kiel joins the show to talk about why she is making the decision to compete as an individual in 2024.
The town of Whitewater, Wisconsin seems like any typical midwestern college town. But if you dig a big deeper, you'll see it's anything but... It's been dubbed the 'Second Salem' for its dark history of witchcraft, hauntings & unexplainable occurrences. How did this town get SUCH a chilling reputation? Our second story, we have an especially haunting true story from a Hawaiian police officer. One evening on the night shift, she encountered the legendary ghost of 'Lady in White' And from there, things take an even spookier turn! Watch this podcast episode! Click HERE to check it out & subscribe to the Avery After Dark Youtube Channel, friends! Business Inquires | email@example.com Want this episode EARLY & AD FREE? Join the PATREON for only $3 dollars a month! Make sure you are following along for all the latest! TIKTOK INSTAGRAM FACEBOOK
Kanesha Gaines, 21, was killed and eight other women were wounded when someone opened fire in the city's North Lawndale neighborhood early Sunday morning. Kanesha was a funny everything. She was outgoing. She was the queen of the world," Graham said. The shooting happened in the 1500 block of South Keeler Avenue just before 1 a.m. Police said as Gaines and a group of women, gathered there for a luau party, enjoyed the Hawaiian-themed birthday celebration, a black Jeep approached. Without warning, multiple unknown suspects, armed with guns, got out and started shooting at the women. The victims were all shot and wounded and range in age from 20 to 33 years old. Gaines was shot in the face and later died. A 28-year-old woman who was struck eight times remains hospitalized in critical condition. Relatives said Gaines was a home healthcare worker and part-time stylist. She leaves behind a 3-year-old son and a 2-year-old daughter. Area 4 Detectives are investigating and sifting through evidence as we work to identify and apprehend the people responsible. We ask anyone with information to please submit an anonymous tip through CPDTip.com or contact Area 4 Detectives at (312) 746-8252," the statement continued. Source: ABC7Chicago --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/leah-gordone/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/leah-gordone/support
This is part one of a four-part podcast with deep interest to me. My friend John Honold and I interviewed Kenneth Makuakane, a third-generation Hope Chapel Kaneohe Bay pastor. He's an award-winning Waikiki entertainer concurrently leading the largest Hawaiian congregation in the state. The original missionaries planted the church. As the story unfolds, I discipled John Honold, who multiplied several churches and leads a string of micro churches today. John now coaches Ken, whom he discipled decades ago. And Ken is plowing ground that lay fallow until his arrival. The church is growing, and elderly people often engage with street kids. Most ethnic Hawaiians, whether they go to church or not, call Kawaiaha'o Church their home. This is significant as it links the first spiritual awakening in the Kingdom of Hawaii to the most recent in the State of Hawaii. The congregation is steeped in tradition as it became the church home to the kings and queens of ancient Hawaii. Beginning with the original New England-born missionaries in the early 1700s, Hawaii experienced four church-planting movements. In terms of per capita penetration, it remains the most successful awakening in human history. The second planted churches among Japanese Americans. Thousands of Japanese immigrated to Hawaii to work in sugar plantations, and many came to Christ. Takie Okamura, the innovator God used to drive that awakening planted what we would call microchurches in the sugar cane camps. He ran a Japanese-language newspaper and invented language schools for evangelism. He also planted Makiki Christian Church which prevails today. From the 1940s to the early 1980s or late 1970s, church multiplication centered on Olivet Baptist Church, which launched more than 40 congregations. My friends and I showed up in 1983, thirty of us including children. We planted and multiplied 69 churches in the Hope Chapel arena in about 27 years. Shortly after our arrival Wayne Cordeiro launched the New Hope movement, which is responsible for another 69 congregations during those same years. Theirs are often larger than ours, but we were privileged to send a little more than 100 people to help launch New Hope Oahu, including their long-serving first worship band. The greater excitement of the fourth awakening comes via hundreds of small churches planted after the example of the larger networks. These are mostly independent congregations. At one point, every public school in the state (650+) hosted at least one or more congregations. None started from the more noticeable movements. This podcast is significant because Ken's role links the original spiritual awakening with the most recent. I hope it blesses you as it has me. And I hope you'll join us for all four installments of this podcast. If you need more information, you can learn about the church at https://kawaiahaochurch.com or connect with Ken via email. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Hawaiian Builder Allan Yee has been into Classic Air-Cooled VWs since the early days. In the late 80's he built a well known car. A car refered to by its name. Tickled pink. That car went through a absolute unbelivable life. Even being set on fire in Allans Garage. At the 2023 Shaka VW show thats put on by the VW Club of Hawaii Alan had 2 cars he built on display. A 1966 VW Fast back and 1974 VW Thing. some super unbelivable cars. Top quality cars built in Hawaii. A great podcat about one of Honolulu. www.vwtrendsmagazine.com www.rosswullf.com www.letstalkdubs.com
On Tuesday August 8th, wildfires were ignited and spread across the Hawaiian island of Maui. The wildfires consumed thousands of acres including historic Lahaina (luh-HI-nuh) displacing more than 11,000 people from their homes. The fires have tragically claimed 115 lives. The Salvation Army Lahaina Lighthouse complex was among the structures lost, including the administrative building, church, thrift store, and residential quarters. Despite the loss of the physical buildings, Salvation Army officers and volunteers are still in Lahaina, working to serve those who have lost everything. The Salvation Army is partnering with local emergency management and community leaders, Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster (VOAD), and other nonprofits to serve evacuees and first responders. Salvation Army disaster workers are actively providing food, emotional and spiritual care, and other needed resources. To learn more and offer your support, visit https://disaster.salvationarmyusa.org/
Kuana Torres Kahele is a Native-Hawaiian award-winning musician from the Big Island of Hawai'i. He is a vocalist, songwriter, record producer, hula dancer and educator most known for his original acoustic compositions in the Hawaiian language. In 1995 he co-founded Nā Palapalai, a legendary Hawaiian music group that has released numerous albums which have charted in the top five of the Billboard top world album charts. Nā Palapalai also won many Nā Hōkū Hanohano awards including Group of the year. In 2011 he released his first solo album which reached No. 2 on the top world albums chart and won him 5 Nā Hōkū Hanohano awards, including Male vocalist of the year. In 2014 he voiced the lead character in the animated short film by Pixar called Lava. Kuana also regularly teaches cultural workshops around the world and runs the Kuana School of Hawaiian Music and Culture, teaching 200+ students in Tokyo, Fukuoka, and Osaka. In this episode we talk about growing up in Hilo with his grandmother, starting his music career, lei making, learning from legendary Hula teacher Johnny Lum Ho, Hawaiian folklore, and so much more. Enjoy! Find Kuana at: https://www.instagram.com/kahelemele/ Buy our merch on: https://keepitaloha.com/ Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/kamakadias Watch on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@KeepitAlohaPod/ Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/keepitalohapod/ Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/keepitalohapod/ Follow us on TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@keepitalohapod Filmed at https://id8studios.org/
Legends from the Pacific: Book 1 is available on Amazon. Get your copy today. https://amzn.to/3CIYo6m (Amazon Affiliate link) What is Chunhyang? Chunhyang, also known as Chunhyangjeon, Chunhyangga, is a treasured Korea love story about a couple in the Joseon time period, from different classes. Discover this cultural treasure and how it reflected Korea's Joseon period. Featured Song: "Lifetime", by The Kapena Kids, courtesy of HI*Sessions Join our email list https://legendsfromthepacific.ck.page/32ca50bd23 *We respect your privacy. We will not share your email. You can unsubscribe at any time. Visit our store: https://legendsfromthepacific.com/store Theme Song: "Mystery" by Tavana, courtesy of HI*Sessions Sound Effects: Sound Effects Factory Music Coordinator: Matt Duffy AKA DJ TripleBypass Link to this episode on our website: https://legendsfromthepacific.com/147-chunhyang Please give us a rating, write a review, subscribe, follow us, and share us with your friends and family. ***** Join our email list and claim your exclusive unaired episode today: "Hawaii's Faceless Ghost - Mujina" (Unaired Episode) https://legendsfromthepacific.ck.page/32ca50bd23 *We respect your privacy. We will not share your email. You can unsubscribe at any time. Listen to unaired Hawaiian stories, and Kamu's paranormal experiences by becoming a Patreon supporter today: https://www.patreon.com/legendsfromthepacific Send your unusual Pacific experience to be shared on a future episode. https://legendsfromthepacific.com/feedback Visit our Fan Art Section: https://legendsfromthepacific.com/fan-artwork Instagram: legendsfromthepacific Twitter: LegendsPacific Follow Legends from the Pacific wherever you listen to audio. → Follow via Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/legends-from-the-pacific/id1501091122 → Follow via Google Podcasts: https://podcasts.google.com/search/legends%20from%20the%20pacific → Follow via Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/5qhdkYUl8R7hSw6OZYJLye → Here's our RSS feed: https://legendsfromthepacific.libsyn.com/rss www.LegendsFromThePacific.com
Summary In this episode, Kimberly and Khadija reflect on their recent mutual aid efforts in the wake of fires in Maui. Khadija shares what she has witnessed in her community and the tremendous impact of donations that have directly reached her neighbors. They reflect on destination travel and the impact of tourism on both the land and the people of Hawaii. Khadija describes what led her to invite Kimberly and Stephen Jenkinson to Reckon on the island this coming November. They wonder together about the ethics of retreats, tourism, and what it means to be an “under-the-scene” worker. To learn more about Maui Reckoning with Kimberly Ann Johnson and Stephen Jenkinson, hosted by Khadija Striegel, go here. This is a gathering for the Maui ‘ohana. You can contribute to the event by making a donation here. Bio Khadija is an herbalist, bonesetter and farmer born, raised, and living in Maui. She's in graduate school studying Hawaiian language and culture. Khadija works with a non-profit caring for the native plant gardens at a Heiau, an ancient Hawaiian place of prayer. She offers Lomi Lomi body work to her community, in addition to tinctures and remedies under the title Family Traditions Maui. What You'll Hear: There are not only stories as a result of the fires in Maui - there are still ongoing lives and lived experiences. The variety of extremes that co-exist in Maui - of destination weddings, vacations, and those walking heavy with grief. These fires aren't an isolated incident. They are part of a broader timeline of things that have taken place on Maui. The donation effort of money and herbs and medicine are no small thing. This community is making an impact. There are still areas of the island that do not have safe water. Opening care packages with kids after a disaster. Development and tourism on the island has directly impacted the land in a way that doesn't feed the land, water, and people. The fires are inextricably linked to this. Lahaina as a special gathering place, whose streams lack water as a direct result of hotels and vacation homes and visitor rentals Land stewardship is actually simple. An act of love. Loving something not just for ourselves. Loving something by letting it be. The parallels of tourism and addiction. The addiction of going anywhere, doing anything, wherever I want. Whose job is it to teach the culture of a place? And to what audience? There is a longing to belong for many people. Many people find it in Hawaii. But at what cost? The difficulty of land and home ownership for native Hawaiians. Retreats in Hawaii. The infrequency of native Hawaiians leading sacred nature experiences? The power of a voice that doesn't say simply “it's all okay” when it's clearly not “all okay. What does it mean to be under-the-scene workers? Not behind-the-scene but under-the-scene? Reckoning in November is to offer something to the residents of Maui. Resources Maui Reckoning, with Kimberly Ann Johnson and Stephen Jenkinson, hosted by Khadija Striegel, for the Maui ‘ohana You are welcome to contribute to the event. Please send your donation via PayPal to Khadija here with the note “Maui Reckoning Donation”. If you would like to send herbs and materials directly to Khadija to support the community in Maui, find Khadija's letter and list here. You can connect with Khadija via firstname.lastname@example.org
Ellie Salazar, Founder of Tutu's Pantry, joins the podcast! We dive deep into the captivating tale of founding and nurturing Tutu's Pantry in the heart of Maui. We discuss the story behind the brand, and Ellie's perspective on responsible tourism.What we discuss with Ellie:The origin story of Tutu's PantryThe influence of Hawaiian culture on Ellie's brandThe essence and importance of shopping localWays to travel responsibly to MauiBest places to eat on Maui, as recommended by EllieThe resources mentioned in this episode are:Tutu's Pantry WebsiteTutu's Pantry Instagram
Dave Rubin of “The Rubin Report” talks about Joe Rogan and Tulsi Gabbard exposing the disgusting attempts to rob Hawaiians of their land after the catastrophic Hawaii wildfires that destroyed Lahaina; Elon Musk explaining how Ukraine attempted to violate US policy by attempting to change the areas Starlink could operate in; Secretary of State Antony Blinken's horrible deal with Iran; Rep. Scott Perry sparring with a reporter over Kevin McCarthy launching an impeachment inquiry into Joe Biden; John Fetterman's response to the Biden impeachment inquiry; Robert F. Kennedy Jr. explaining to Tim Dillon how the Democratic primary has already been rigged against him; CNN pushing back against New Mexico Governor Lujan Grisham's unconstitutional gun ban; Tim Dillon's reaction to RFK Jr. giving him the actual stats behind how Vanguard and Blackrock want you to “own nothing”; and much more. WATCH the MEMBER-EXCLUSIVE segment of the show here: https://rubinreport.locals.com/ Check out the NEW RUBIN REPORT MERCH here: https://daverubin.store/ ---------- Today's Sponsors: Birch Gold - Protect your retirement from Bidenflation. Convert your IRA or 401k into an IRA in precious metals. Claim your free infokit on gold and talk to one of their precious metals specialists now. Go to: https://birchgold.com/dave
Air Date 9/13/2023 This eye-opening episode will explore the complex web of colonialism, disaster capitalism, and climate change is ravaging Native Hawaiian communities. We explore how corporations and privatization going back to annexation have exacerbated wildfires, water scarcity and housing issues in Hawaii. We also discuss the role of tourism and its impact on local culture and resources and learn how community-led mutual aid efforts are offering a glimmer of hope for the unhoused and those struggling to reclaim their ancestral lands. Be part of the show! Leave us a message or text at 202-999-3991 or email Jay@BestOfTheLeft.com Transcript BestOfTheLeft.com/Support (Members Get Bonus Clips and Shows + No Ads!) Join our Discord community! Related Episodes: #1401 That is a Texas-Sized Climate Disaster You Got There #1546 Exist, Resist, Indigenize, Decolonize: A story of colonialism, cultural renaissance and modernity SHOW NOTES Ch. 1: Plantation Disaster Capitalism: Native Hawaiians Organize to Stop Land & Water Grabs After Maui - Democracy Now! - Air Date 8-18-23 We speak with Hawaiian law professor Kapuaʻala Sproat about the conditions that made the fires more destructive and what's yet to come for residents looking to rebuild their lives. Ch. 2: Why Maui burned - Today, Explained - Air Date 8-15-23 Hawaii's landscape has been rapidly changing for the last 200 years thanks to plantations, tourism, and climate change. A reporter and climatologist explain how those factors fueled one of the worst wildfires in US history. Ch. 3: We are concerned for you. - Read Choi - Air Date 8-4-23 A skit imagining a discussion between an elite property owner and a Native Hawaiian Ch. 4: Disasters at every turn - Native America Calling - Air Date 8-28-23 Officials are still sorting out the human and financial toll of the unprecedented fire on Maui. Many Native Hawaiians remain missing, hundreds more sustained serious damage to their homes and businesses. Ch. 5: “We're Living the Climate Emergency”: Native Hawaiian Kaniela Ing on Fires, Colonialism & Banyan - Democracy Now! - Air Date 8-11-23 We speak with Kaniela Ing, national director of the Green New Deal Network and seventh-generation Kanaka Maoli, Native Hawaiian, about the impact of this week's devastating wildfires and their relationship to climate change. Ch. 6: As Fires Destroy Native Hawaiian Archive in Maui, Mutual Aid Efforts Are Launched to Help Lahaina - Democracy Now! - Air Date 8-11-23 In Lahaina, the area in west Maui that is of historical importance to Indigenous people, entire neighborhoods were wiped out by this week's historic wildfires, including the Na 'Aikane o Maui Cultural Center Ch. 7: Janine Jackson takes a quick look back at recent press coverage of the Maui fires and the climate crisis - CounterSpin - Air Date 8-25-23 Janine Jackson takes a quick look back at recent press coverage of the Maui fires and the climate crisis. Ch. 8: Wildfires - This is Democracy - Air Date 9-5-23 This week, Jeremi and Zachary are joined by guests Randy Denzer and Dr. Alison Alter to discuss the increasing incidence of wildfires in the United States and what efforts have been made to mitigate them. MEMBERS-ONLY BONUS CLIP(S) Ch. 9: Relationships, Money, and Maui Tourism - The Amanda Seales Show - Air Date 8-18-23 Is Tourism helpful to the Hawaiian Islands? Is the tourism industry a byproduct of the colonization of Hawaii? Ch. 10: How Native Hawaiians have been pushed out of Hawai'i - Bianca Graulau - Air Date 2-7-23 Native Hawaiians are struggling to afford to live on the land that was once stolen from their ancestors. FINAL COMMENTS Ch. 11: Final comments on the need for better systems to respond to predictable disasters MUSIC (Blue Dot Sessions) Produced by Jay! Tomlinson Visit us at BestOfTheLeft.com
El Niño has undoubtedly impacted the 2023 hurricane season. But it is not the only weather pattern that is exerting influence. Ocean temperature — also known as sea surface temperature — is also driving the storms swirling in the Atlantic Ocean. As reports of record-breaking temperatures in the Atlantic appeared this summer, scientists at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) began to postulate that this season will be an above-average one.As the season progresses, the question has now become: How will insurers fare if one, two or even several storms bring damage to the U.S. housing market?Another burning question that this conversation touches on is how this summer's Typhoon Dora in the Pacific Ocean may have created weather patterns that influenced the August wildfire on the Hawaiian island of Maui.In this episode, host Maiclaire Bolton Smith continues the conversation with CoreLogic's Director of Catastrophe Response Jon Schneyer to talk about if insurers are ready for another storm to hit the U.S. and what this season could bring.In This Episode:0:44 - How is the insurance industry going to fare if we get multiple bad storms this year?3:45 – What does the appearance of EL Niño mean for Pacific hurricane activity? Are the devastating wildfires of Maui connected to this climate phenomenon?6:18 – Erika Stanley talks about what is going on in the world of weather in the Natural Disaster Digest.U.S. Home Price Insights ReportWildfire Risk ReportHazard HQ Command CentralUp Next: Will Scorching Ocean Temps or El Niño Define Hurricane Season?Find full episodes with all our guests in our podcast archive here: https://clgx.co/3zqhBZt
今週のエピソードはちーちゃんとやっこに加え、特別ゲストのやんを迎えて、ハワイで印象に残ったハワイ料理について語り合います。現代のハワイアンフードは日本やアメリカ、そしてハワイの伝統料理の影響が色濃く残っています。 In this week's episode, we have a special guest, Yann, joining Yakko & Cheechan to talk about their most memorable food in Hawaii. In Hawaii, you can find a lot of Japanese, traditional Hawaiian and American influences in popular foods. スパムむすび、そうめんサラダ、もちろんポケも！そして忘れていけないのはかき氷！日本らしいラムネシロップやブルーラズベリーなどのアメリカらしい味も登場です！ Some highlights include spam musubi, somen salad, and of course, poké. And, we can't forget shave ice - some with Japanese flavors such as ramune and others with American flavors like blue raspberry. 食いしん坊のみなさん、今週のエピソードをぜひお楽しみ下さい！ If you love to talk about food and culture, you'll want to tune in to this episode! 《今週のポッドキャスト・フレーズ》 digression: 余談、話が脱線すること。ある目的やテーマをもとに話をしている時についつい話が逸れてしまうことってありますよね？これをまさに digression と言い、熟語の場合は go off topic、一語の場合は digression を知っておくとGOOD♬
In August 2023, a series of wildfires broke out and spread devastation on the Hawaiian island of Maui. Property and lives were lost, including five members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Church members and others in the community rallied to support each other and begin the long process of recovering from the disaster. Church News reporter Mary Richards traveled to the island shortly after the disaster, documenting the post-fire relief efforts and observing the strength of the Hawaiian people as they both sought and gave solace in the wounded community. In this special edition of the Church News podcast, she shares their stories of survival and spiritual fortitude, the Church's Humanitarian response and the faith that can be found in the beauty of the ashes. The Church News Podcast is a weekly podcast that invites listeners to make a journey of connection with members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints across the globe. Host Sarah Jane Weaver, reporter and editor for The Church News for a quarter-century, shares a unique view of the stories, events, and most important people who form this international faith. With each episode, listeners are asked to embark on a journey to learn from one another and ponder, “What do I know now?” because of the experience. Produced by KellieAnn Halvorsen.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
I'm releasing a podcast to let you in on my process of writing this magical, mystical, miraculous book on fertility. As I previously shared, I went to Hawaii to get started on writing a book for you. I wanna let you in on my process, because I think it's important to share with you how I continue to apply everything I learned on my fertility journey, into real life. Just because you eventually have your baby, doesn't mean your dreams stop. They go on. It's scary. And you have to teach yourself safety in going after them. Otherwise your brain will always tell you: “No. It's too scary. Too risky. And what if it doesn't work out?” But you don't know unless you try. And what if it DOES work out even better than you imagined? Wouldn't it be beneficial to hear a real life story on how this plays out, to make it feel more doable and tangible? I'm gonna share with you how it felt: Horribly uncomfortable. So much uncertainty. So much vulnerability it required. I could have said no to avoid the feelings it evoked. But I've learned to listen to the whispers of my body and spirit. The turn around: The words poured out of me. Ended up being Hawaiian sacred land that healed me. My heart bursted with gratitude. Completely restored my nervous system. What I'm taking home: Slow things wayyyy down. Do things differently: Social media/Simplifying/Space to create the things I love. And why I'm always coming back to choosing slow growth. There is no rush. “Most people overestimate what they can do in a day, and they underestimate what they can do in a year.” - Tony Robbins Listen now!
Sometimes it can be better to give than receive. Two olympic champion pole vaulters mutually agreed to share a gold medal so that each one would receive equal recognition for their accomplishments. Drew loved his recent electric vehicle experience, but he had to have patience when it came to recharging the battery. Even though the top ten cities deemed the most livable in the world were outside of the U.S., three of them are in North America; Canada to be specific. A young pilot for United Airlines got the chance to work with his mom on the same flight. While he was operating as the First Officer in the cockpit, his mother was the senior flight attendant serving passengers in the cabin. Obesity is a global epidemic that shortens the life and increases the misery index for millions. The best way to help someone overcome a morbidly obese condition is to approach them with compassion and show a genuine willingness to help. A great way to start is to present them with healthier food choices and the need to begin some type of physical training they enjoy. Our wingman was a Hawaiian hero who rescued a group of people from a marauding wildfire.
In early 1905, Hawaiian police opened—and quickly closed—an investigation into Jane Stanford's mysterious death. A century later, an amateur sleuth tried to crack the case, uncovering university scandals, possible motives for murder, and a misinformation campaign led by the president of Stanford University himself. This episode originally aired in September 2020. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In today's episode, we journey to the sun-soaked shores of Kauai, the Hawaiian paradise known for its towering waves and fierce fighters. Our guest is none other than the multi-talented Dustin Barca @barcalive, who has made his mark as both a professional surfer and an MMA fighter. Join us as we dive deep into Dustin's incredible journey of self-discovery and determination.Dustin's story is one of resilience and redemption. From a tumultuous start, where he found himself drawn to fighting for all the wrong reasons, to discovering his true passion for surfing at a tender age, Dustin's life has been an adventure from the get-go. At just 11 years old, he was already sponsored, riding waves that seemed to whisper his destiny.However, life had other plans for Dustin. His pursuit of amateur glory hit a roadblock when he ran afoul of the education system, leading to his disqualification just as he was poised to conquer the Nationals. Yet, this setback was merely a pause in his journey. Dustin quickly turned pro, surging into the Qualifying Series (QS) and even earning a coveted spot on the World Tour. But as he scaled the peaks of competitive surfing, he discovered that the tour life wasn't quite the paradise he had imagined.In a surprising twist, Dustin chose to pivot from the world of surfing to the high-octane realm of MMA fighting. His transition was nothing short of remarkable, as he found immense success in the octagon. Today, he is not only a force to be reckoned with in the fighting world but also a passionate instructor, sharing his skills and knowledge at his gym, Boars Nest Kauai.Join us as Dustin Barca takes us on a captivating journey through the highs and lows of his life, where he traded the waves for a cage but never lost his indomitable spirit. His story is a testament to the power of resilience, the pursuit of one's true calling, and the unwavering determination to chase one's dreams. Whether you're a surfing enthusiast, an MMA fan, or simply someone seeking inspiration, this episode is bound to leave you riding the waves of motivation.Dustin sheds light on the heartbreaking fires that have engulfed Maui, sharing insights into the current situation and the peculiar circumstances surrounding these devastating blazes. Despite the mysteries surrounding these fires, the true victims are the resilient people of Lahaina. Discover how you can make a difference and lend a helping hand to those in need during these challenging times. @lahaina_ohana_venmoFind Dustin at: https://kauai-boxing.squarespace.com/Support the showIf you like the QuiverCast here are some ways to help us keep going! I always like Coffee! Buy me a Coffee! Become a Patreon for as little as a Buck a Month! Patreon Find Us: Website: thequivercast.com Instagram: @quiver_cast Facebook: The QuiverCast Twitter: @The_QuiverCast Sound Editing by: The Steele Collective
Are you ready to delve into the heart of Hawaiian culture with our guest, Ikaikaloha? Brace yourself for a journey full of authenticity, vibrant insights, and a passionate exploration of traditions. Ikaikaloha is, an esteemed taro farmer, Twitch streamer, podcaster, and perpetual student at UH Manoa, shares a treasure of experiences and wisdom from his immersion in the Hawaiian culture. Hear about his adventures in Hawaiian wood carving, teaching building techniques, and managing a taro farm that carries the good vibes from their great grandmother's contribution.Navigating the ancient and the new, Ikaika has beautifully bridged the gap between indigenous traditions and modern technology. Experience his tale of content creation, the hurdles he overcame, and his encounters with the notorious trolls of the online world. Discover how Ikaika managed to maintain an equilibrium of working amidst taro fields, while also harnessing digital platforms to enlighten others about the richness of Hawaiian culture. Ikaika's journey of mastering new software and platforms to propagate the wisdom of their ancestors is nothing short of inspiring. Moreover, Ikaika brings light to the importance of supporting locals and Hawaiians in opportunities such as conservation jobs. They envision a platform that not only encourages young minds but also fosters an understanding and respect for land concept deeply rooted in the preservation and stewardship of the land. They use their online presence to nurture these ideas and stand as a beacon of cultural understanding. Join us as we witness Ikaikalohas vision unfold, their balance between tradition and technology, and their unconditional love for Hawaiian culture.ATBpod.com
Welcome back! Start with the Update, then Poke My Jokes, then WorldStar Corner where we hear about Obamas gay lover, the Hawaiian land grab, Bill Gates releasing modified mosquitos, 911s 22 year anniversary and much more! Enjoy, share and see you next week God Willing! IA!
Season 5 Episode 1 FACULTY: Jody Grunden CLASS: #GuidePosts TITLE: Growing a Profitable Remote CFO Accounting Firm (feat. Jody Grunden, CPA) In this podcast episode, Scott interviews Jody Grunden, CPA, co-founder of Summit CPA Group and author of two books, to discuss various topics related to running an accounting practice and building virtual CFO services, dressing "professionally", and niching down. Introduction and an update on recent developments since the last interview. The origin story of Jody's Hawaiian shirts Scott shares his similar wardrobe story Discussing the evolution of “professional attire” in the accounting profession Exploring the benefits and challenges of running a remote accounting firm The importance of finding a niche and specializing in the industry Creating CFOs from accountants within the firm and the training and development process Utilizing retreats and building a strong company community Addressing the resistance to change in the accounting industry and the need for adaptation Insights into the day-to-day operations and growth goals at Summit CPA Group Scott and Jody discuss the acquisition of cloud firms, venture capital, and private equity Shout Outs: Tommy Bahama, Accounting Salon, Kenji Kuramoto, AICPA, Karbon, Dave Barrett, Matthew May, Acuity --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/accountinghigh/message
This week, we will be sitting down with the two amazing female entrepreneurs and real estate investors, Pili Yarusi and Zasha Smith. Pili is the co-founder as well as Investor Education and Relations Director for Yarusi Holdings, a multifamily investment firm that has acquired over 2000 units valued at $180 Million since 2016. Her firm repositions properties through operational efficiencies, moderate to extensive renovations, and complete rebranding. She is also a co-founder and coach at 7 Figure Multifamily, where she trains others on the success formula for buying multi-family properties. Zasha started her career as a licensed civil engineer in Maui, Hawaii. However, she soon found her calling in real estate, and today she is a full-time real estate investor who built her $5 million residential portfolio of single family, multi family and short term rentals in Hawaii. Zasha's mission is to help build wealth while making an impact. Her work is all about helping those in need, as she herself grew up in low-income housing with a single mom and put herself through college while having her first child. In January 2022, she expanded into large commercial investments as a co-general partner of $100 Million in assets in Texas and Florida. Today, Pili and Zasha will be discussing the Maui disaster, the impact of real estate investors in the aftermath of a disaster, the displacement of Hawaiian natives by big corporations, things you can do to help the people of Maui, and more. Tune in. Key Takeaways: Introduction (00:00) After the disaster (02:01) Hawaii's Legacy Lands (08:56) The importance of keeping the lands of Hawaiii in the hands of Hawaiins (12:52) Who should you listen to? (17:51) What to do if you need options (24:35) Additional Resources: ✨ Donations Maui Strong Fund - https://www.hawaiicommunityfoundation.org/maui-strong Maui Food Bank - https://mauifoodbank.org/ Venmo Accounts to give directly to Families - https://www.instagram.com/lahaina_ohana_venmo/ ✨ Connect with Pili Follow her on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/yarusiholdings/ Learn more about her work: http://yarusiholdings.com ✨ Connect with Zasha Follow her on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/investwithzasha/ Learn more about her work: http://zashasmith.com -- ⚡ Join the InvestHER Movement Get your ticket for InvestHER CON 2024: https://www.therealestateinvesther.com/investhercon Join the InvestHER Community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/therealestateinvesther/ Apply for your STRIVE Membership here: https://www.therealestateinvesther.com/membership Join our InvestHER Meetups: https://www.therealestateinvesther.com/investhercon Schedule a discovery call with us: https://www.therealestateinvesther.com/investherorg -- The Real Estate InvestHER Show is a podcast by women for women all over the world who want to learn how to invest in real estate, grow their portfolio, and develop the mindset that allows them to run successful businesses while taking care of their families and – most importantly – taking care of themselves. Follow us for more! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
As extreme heat linked to climate disruption becomes more common during the school year, many U.S. schools lack adequate cooling and ventilation systems to keep kids safe and focused on learning. And temperature and air quality affect learning outcomes for low-income kids and students of color the most. Also, the wildfires that killed more than 100 people and displaced thousands on the Hawaiian island of Maui left in their wake a toxic mess of melted and charred metals, plastics and more. How testing air, water, and soil can keep communities safe from contamination as they rebuild. And if you combine hydrogen and oxygen in a fuel cell, you get water and clean, green electricity. This chemical reaction is fueling visions of future, carbon free flights to change voyages of fantasy into reality. -- Join us on September 14th for a Living on Earth Book Club event with author Dorn Cox about regenerative agriculture! Find out more at loe dot org/events. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices