'Elua Kane Greig, Tau; Farden, Damien. 'Elua Kane. 'Elua Kane
(Tau Greig, vocals, bass; Damien Farden, vocals, guitar).
[Honolulu]: Starline Records Pua Records; p1995; SRCD 2001. ote:
Compact disc. Sung chiefly in Hawaiian; some English. Starline
Records: SRCD 2001.
Affirmative action [[videorecording] Hawaii Civil Rights
Commission; Olelo (Firm); . (Your civil rights in Hawaii).
Arizona Memorial ceremony . Unedited footage of a
ceremony held Dec. 9, 1984 on the campus of the University of
Arizona, Tucson, Nev. Survivors of the attack on Pearl Harbor are
among the honored guests.
Around the kitchen table. Banks, Sara; [Honolulu]: First
Generation Video Wandering Star; [ 1995]. Note: This teaching tape
is intended only as a supplement to professional training to
generate discussion about issues related to HIV and culture.
Features a series of vignettes which are designed to decrease
cultural misunderstanding and conflict between health
careprofessionals and their HIV patients.
Arresting violence Leigh, Julian; Features an Oahu man, Andy,
who is arrested for abusing his household partner in December
1990. He is forced to change his abusive behavior after his arrest
and urges other violent males to seek professional help.
Bac 'n' Thyme (Musical group) Gerona, Jeff. A time to
remember, a time to change. Bac 'n' Thyme (Jeff Gerona, John
Rapoza, Pat Sombrio, Rick Higgins), vocals and instrumental acc.
[Mililani, Hawaii]: Neos Productions; c1995; Note: Compact disc.
Baduria, Don Ukulele magic: Hawaiian style. Don Baduria,
ukulele; with instrumental acc. Honolulu, Hawaii: Mountain Apple
Co; 1995; Compact disc.
Bankoh na wahine o ke kai [[videorecording]]. Bank of Hawaii;
KHON (Television station: Honolulu, Hawaii); . Telecast Oct.
8, 1995, on KHON, Honolulu. Coverage of the 17th annual women's
canoe race from Molokai to Oahu through the Kaiwi channel.
Benitez, Darren Broken hearts. [Honolulu?]: Fat Katz
Productions; c1995; Compact disc. Sung chiefly in Hawaiian; some
English, Spanish, and Tahitian.
Boyz of Paradize (Musical group) B.O.P. Boyz of Paradize
[United States] Los Angeles: Dre Force/Rhythm Safari distributed
by Priority Records; p1995; Compact disc.
Brotherhood With a new kind of rhythm. Brotherhood (Lauren
Yurong, Richie Pelen, Michael Enrique Pelen, Nicky Dean), vocals,
instrumental acc. Waipahu, Hawaii: Funk It Up Productions; c1995;
Brothers & Sisters More love. Brothers & Sisters
(Shannah Kai, Kado Nahoopii, Buffee Kakalia, Kalani Kealoha,
Isaray Nihipali) vocals and instrumental acc. [Waianae, Hawaii?]:
KM, Kahale Music; p1995; Compact disc. Words to songs on insert.
KM, Kahale Music: KMI 26002CD.
Brown, Rocky Love song of Kalua Hawaiian strut. Rocky Brown,
vocals; with instrumental acc. [Hawaii?]: Tropical Music,Amherst
Records; p1995; Words to the songs on insert. Tropical Music:
Bu La'ia and Bumpy Kanahele [[videorecording]]. La'ia, Bu;
Kanahele, Dennis; KFVE (Television station: Honolulu, Hawaii);
. 1 videocassette (30 min.);
Bu La'ia and Robi Kahakalau [[videorecording]]. Kahakalau,
Robi; La'ia, Bu; KFVE (Television station: Honolulu, Hawaii);
. 1 videocassette (30 min.); Bu La'ia visits with Robi
Kahakalau to talk about contemporary Hawaiian music, and sing
"Canoe ride" and "Ku'u hoa.
Bu La'ia and Sam Kapu [[videorecording]]. Kapu,Sam; La'ia, Bu;
KINE (Radio station: Honolulu, Hawaii); KFVE (Television station:
Honolulu, Hawaii); . Bu La'ia visits with Sam Kapu at radio
Bu La'ia and Tutu [[videorecording]]. La'ia, Bu; KFVE
Honolulu, Hawaii); . Bu La'ia puts on long pants to pick up
chicks at the Wave Waikiki. Then, he visits "Tutu" for an
explanation of Hawaiian self-determination.
Bu La'ia discusses the plebiscite [[videorecording]]. La'ia,
Bu; KFVE (Television station: Honolulu, Hawaii);. Bu La'ia
visits attorney Bill Meheula, who supports participation in the
upcoming state sponsored plebiscite. The plebiscite will determine
whether the state will hold a convention on Hawaiian sovereignty.
Also, Bu reviews the Kanak Attack restaurant.
Bu La'ia Luau Show [[videorecording]]. La'ia, Bu; KFVE
(Television station: Honolulu, Hawaii); . Bu La'ia presents
a few segments from his Luau Show at the Waikiki Shell, with
apperances by Robert Kekaula, Mel Cabang and Fiji.
Bu La'ia, Dennis Alexio and Rich Miano [[videorecording]].
. Bu La'ia goes golfing with Dennis Alexio and Rich Miano.
Community policing [[videorecording]]. Mendoza, Jim; Hunt,
Kehaunani; Hawaii Dept. of the Attorney General; KHET (Television
station: Honolulu, Hawaii); 1995. (Pilikia ma Hawaii, problems in
paradise). Police alone cannot solve all of the problems within a
community, and they are asking others for help. This program
profiles the efforts of various community policing groups which
have been formed in Hawaii. These groups include the Downtown
Citizens Patrol, Community Traffic Awareness Partnership, Kalihi
Valley Housing Foundation, Seniors Against Crime and the Institute
for Human Services.
Compehos, Ted Dreamin'. Ted Compehos, vocals; with
instrumental acc. [Hawaii?]: Keokolo Records; c1995; Compact disc.
Dreamin' -- Smile of love -- Then-u-say -u-love-me -- Opala bag --
Hawaiian stilt -- Please don't break my heart -- Island reggae --
Hawaiian waters -- The same way again -- Slip away --Lonely is a
word we don't wanna know. Keokolo Records: KRCD-2932.
Damien beatified [[videorecording]]. Young, Pamela; KITV
(Television station: Honolulu, Hawaii); . Telecast June 18,
1995, on the program Pamela Young's mixed plate, on KITV,
Honolulu. Pamela Young reports from Brussels. Includes footage of
the beatification of Father Damien and the ceremony in which his
relic was returned to the Molokai delegation.
DeLima, Frank Babooze! Honolulu: Pocholinga Productions;
c1995; Pocholinga Productions: Frank Delima performing standup
comedy, song parodies.
Diane and Da Boyz Amantiad, Diane; Amantiad, Bradley; Kanamu,
Milton; Grande, Michael. Diane and Da Boyz in California. Diane
and Da Boyz (Diane "Blondie" Amantiad, Bradley "Kimo" Amantiad,
Milton "Kea" Kanamu, Michael "Fast Finger" Grande), vocals and
instrumental acc.; with vocal and instrumental acc. Honolulu:
Mehielani Productions; c1995; Mehielani Productions: MP-1003.
Drosophila biology and behavior [[videorecording]]. Open
University; British Broadcasting Corporation; Pennsylvania State
University Division of Media and Learning Resources; Encyclopaedia
Britannica Educational Corporation. Chicago, Ill:Encyclopaedia
Britannica Educational Corp; c1992. Studies several Hawaiian
species of drosophila, focusing on the biological and behavioral
aspects of reproduction. Discusses sexual dimorphism, how males
establish dominance and courtship rituals.
Employees' Retirement System of the State of Hawaii
[[videorecording]]. Hawaii Employees' Retirement System.
[Honolulu: Employees' Retirement System; 1991]. Explains the
retirement system for Hawaii state employees, for both
contributory and noncontributory employees.
Feary, Mackey Back to back. Mackey Feary, vocals; with vocal
and instrumental acc. Waipahu, Hawaii: MGC Records; p1995; Compact
Fernandez, Troy; Keale, Moe; De Lima, Kelly; Sexton, Andy; D.,
Sonny; Moon, Peter; Baduria, Daniel; Byrd, Jerry; Ohta-san.
Ukulele stylings #1. Various ukulele performers: Troy Fernandez,
Moe Keale, Herb Ohta Jr., KellyDe Lima, Andy Sexton, Sonny D,
Peter Moon, Daniel Baduria, Jerry Byrd. Honolulu, Hawaii: Pa'ani
Records; c1995; Compact disc. Anthology of previously released
Focus, Governor Cayetano [[videorecording]]. Zoghlin, Malia;
Boylan, Dan; KHET (Television station: Honolulu, Hawaii); .
Telecast May 26, 1995, on the program Dialog, on KHET, Honolulu.
Interview with Governor Ben Cayetano, six months after his
inauguration, to answer questions about how he will handle the
projected state budget deficit.
Grantwriting with Lurline McGregor [[videorecording]].
McGregor, Lurline; Pacific Islanders in Communications
(Organization). Honolulu: Pacific Islanders in Communication;
c1995. A Pacific Islanders in Communications grantwriting workshop
with Lurline McGregor. McGregor discusses factors which affect the
probabilities of a project receiving funding from PIC, as PIC
faces the loss of its own funding from the Corporation for Public
Hana pa'akai [[videorecording]]. Kanahele, Tuti; [1993?].
Unedited footage of a classroom presentation. Describes the salt
ponds of Hanapepe, Kaua'i and the uses of salt in Hawaiian
culture. Shows a video of George Kamala working his ponds.
Haugen, Keith Haugen, Carmen. 'Ukulele lady the best of
Hawaiian music = Hawaian myujikko no besuto. Keith Haugen, Carmen
Haugen, vocals, guitar, 'ukulele; with vocal and instrumental acc.
Honolulu: Pumehana Records Tropical Music; p1995; Compact disc.
Hawaii on foot [[videorecording]]. Smith, Robert; Smith,
Diane; Allen, Henry Kaleialoha; Hawaiian Outdoor Adventures
Publications. Maui, Hawaii: Hawaiian Outdoor Adventures
Production; c1995. Presents scenery, music, and narration to
describe some of the best hiking and backpacking trails on Maui,
Hawai'i, O'ahu and Kaua'i. Also contains tips on camping in
Hawai'i and hiking and backpacking equipment.
Hawaii State Foundation on Culture and the Arts Folk Arts
Program. Musics of Hawai'i "It all comes from the heart. Honolulu:
State Foundation on Culture and the Arts Folk Arts Program; p1994.
"An anthology of musical traditions in Hawai'i." Songs, chants and
dance music; songs sung in several languages
Hewett, Frank Kawaikapuokalani. Sweet Lahainsa nights.
Hawaiian Heart (Lani Anduha, Ke'ala Hussey)l Kawaikapuokalani K.
Hewett, vocals and instrumental acc. [Honolulu?]: Kawaikapuokalani
K. Hewett; c1995; Compact disc. "Producer: Hawaiian Heart Music
Ho'omau To perpetuate [[videorecording] =]. Hawaii Dept. of
Education. 1994-. "A State of Hawai'i Department of Education
presentation." Telecast on TEC, Honolulu. A video series which
describes those individuals who have perpetuated the Hawaiian
culture through their lifestyles. Each program profiles an
inspirational elder who has succeeded in incorporating unique
values from the past in his/her present life.
Hokule'a and its crew [[videorecording]]. Stubblefield,
Charles; Martin, Nino J. [Honolulu]: Hawaii Public Television;
. Features members of the crew of the Hokule'a and members
of the Polynesian Voyaging Society discussing the National
Geographic special "Voyage of the Hokule'a." Also includes footage
from "The return of the Hokule'a, arrival and greeting
festivities, July 26, 1976.
Honolulu Advertiser stamp collection [[videorecording]].
Twigg-Smith, Thurston; Rees, Bob; KFVE (Television station:
Honolulu, Hawaii); 1995. Telecast on the program Island issues, on
KFVE, Honolulu. Thurston Twigg-Smith discusses the Honolulu
Advertiser stamp collection which is valued at $8 million and will
be sold at auction from November 7-11, 1995. Rare Hawaiian stamps
and covers are featured.
Honolulu City Council town meeting native nation & the
county, October 13, 1993 [[videorecording]]. McLaughlin, Sean;
Yamamoto, Julianne; Gill, Gary; Letts, Dee Dee; Blaisdell, Richard
Kekuni; Hee, Clayton; Kanahele, Kamaki; Trask, Mililani B.; ATTN
(Television station: Honolulu, Hawaii); Honolulu (Hawaii) City
Council; . Live broadcast on the Hawaiian sovereignty
question: Can the "native nation" and the city and county of
Honolulu coexist? Includes viewer call-in segment.
How sweet it's been sugar and Hawai'i [[videorecording]].
Wood, Jim; Grant, Glen; EKV Productions. Kailua, HI: EKV
Productions, Inc; c1994. A preview of the How Sweet It's Been
video project, which will attempt to tell the story of sugar in
Hawai'i and the economic, political, cultural and social impact it
has had. In this segment various people relate how sugar has
affected them as well as their families' lives.
I'a malo'o, i'a maka [[videorecording]]. Kanahele, Tuti;
[1993?]. Unedited footage of a classroom presentation. Kanahele
relates a "fishing" experience she had on Ni'ihau then
demonstrates methods to dry akule and prepare it raw
In a different light [[videorecording]]. Delorme, Marc; Levin,
Wayne; Landgraf, Anne Kapulani; Chan, Gaye; Iijima, Renee; Morris,
F. L.; Fujii, Muriel; 'Olelo (Firm); Kaka'ako Productions.
[Honolulu]: Kaka'ako Productions; . Against a background of
selected images, five fine art photographers discuss their work.
Theycollectively present a wide range of perspectives and
approaches to non-commercial photography in Hawai'i.
Irvine, Ilona Sweet memory. Ilona Irvine, vocals; with
instrumental acc. Anahola, Hawaii: Rose Records; [1995?]; Compact
Istoria ni Bonipasyo: kasla gloria ti Hawai'i Bonipasyo's
story: Hawaii is like paradise [[videorecording] =]. Cervantes,
Behn; Cervantes, Behn; University of Hawaii at Manoa Center for
Philippine Studies. [Honolulu: Center for Philippine Studies;
1991]. A contemporary three-act play on the Filipino experience in
Hawai'i. Based on the life of Bonipasyo, who came to Hawai'i in
1922 as one of the many thousands of Filipino sakadas lured by the
"glory of Hawai'i" when sugar was king. Also dramatizes
Bonipasyo's painful struggle against discrimination, loneliness,
abuses, and physical, emotional and cultural trauma.
Just say no [[videorecording]]. Reagan, Ronald; Reagan, Nancy;
Kuakini Medical Center; Pacific Training Systems; [1986?].
President and Nancy Reagan, representatives and sponsors from the
fields of medicine, business, sports, the military, entertainment,
politics and religion visit the children of the schools of Hawai'i
to support the "Just say no" program for a drug-free America.
Also, Olana Ai and Halau Hula Olana perform the chant "Na pua kama
lei" and hula for "Just say no," as well as a chant for
K., Willie Uncle Willie K. Willie K. (William Awihilima
Kahaiali'i), vocals and guitar, ukulele, bass or other acc.; with
vocal and instrumental acc. Honolulu: Round Island Records; p1995;
Ka nani a'o Kaupo [[videorecording]]. Akana, Kalani; Ekau,
Alfred; Kauahipaula, Elizabeth; Ai, Agnes; Gapero, Kawika; TEC
(Television station: Honolulu, Hawaii); Ahahui Kapi'olani; No Ka
Mea Nou Ke Aupuni (Organization); 'Ahahui 'Olelo Hawai'i; .
"Ua kako'o keia polokalamu e ka 'Ahahui Kapi'olani. Two women from
Kaupso, Maui describe what life was like there. Includes a
discussion of various medicinal uses of plants.
Kahale, Franz One road taken. Franz Kahale, vocals; with
instrumental and vocal acc. Volcano, Hawaii: Lava Records; c1995;
Compact disc. Lava Records:
Kahumoku, George Kahumoku, Keoki Kaliko. Hoo'oilina--the
legacy songs of the father, his son & their family. Keoki
Kaliko Kahumoku (the son), vocals, ukulele, and George Kahumoku
Jr. (the father), slack key guitar, vocals. [Lahaina, HI]:
Manufactured by Sony Music for Kealia Farms Record Company; p1995;
Kalo pa'a o Waiahole Hard taro of Waiahole [[videorecording]
=]. Lander, Joan; Puhipau; Maka o ka Aina; Native Hawaiian
Advisory Council. [Honolulu]: Na Maka o ka Aina; c1995. Some
segments in Hawaiian with English subtitles. Documentary on the
battle over the water that flows in Waiahole Ditch. The "hard taro
of Waiahole," an old saying goes, refers to the stubbornness of
the people there. Shows the determined efforts of windward O'ahu
communities and taro farmers to return the stream water that has
been diverted to the leeward side since 1916. Features stream
ecosystems, native stream life, the mauka-makai connection, taro
growing, traditional custom and water law, water recycling, water
Kalo, ku'i 'ai [[videorecording]]. Kanahele, Tuti; Hoaeae,
George; [1993?]. 1 videocassette (60 min.); Unedited footage of a
classroom presentation. Demonstrates the preparation of poi, a
staple Hawaiian food made from taro corms.
Kalo, lo'i kalo [[videorecording]]. Kanahele, Tuti; Hoaeae,
George; [1993?]. Unedited footage of a classroom presentation. A
taro farmer from Waikane tells about his life.
Kanae, Nate By the ocean. Nate Kanae, vocals, instrumentals;
Keith Carroll, instrumental acc. [Honolulu?: N. Kanae]; c1995;
Kanaka'ole, Aunty Edith; Santos, Jerry; Komatsu, Joanie; Siu,
Leon; Elliott, Malia; Keale, Moe; Hewett, Frank Kawaikapuokalani;
Pekelo; Cockett, Kawai; Aweau, Nathan; Olomana (Musical group);
Sunday Manoa (Musical group); KCCN (Radio station: Honolulu,
Hawaii). Ho'ala hou the Aloha Festivals '95 Aloha Festivals.
Honolulu, Hawai'i: Hula Records; p1995; Winners of the 1995 Aloha
Festivals Song Contest, sponsored by KCCN and Royal Hawaiian
Shopping Center, songs from earlier contests, and reissues of
Kane, Raymond; Chillingworth, Sonny; Kwan, Leonard; Beamer,
Keola; Pahinui, Cyril; Kaapana, Ledward; Kahumoku, Moses;
Apoliona, Haunani. The language of dreams Hawaiian slack key
guitar. "Songs and incidental music... performed by... Ray Kane,
Sonny Chillingworth, Leonard Kwan, Keola Beamer, Cyril Pahinui,
Ledward Kaapana, Moses Kahumoku". [Santa Cruz, CA]: Dancing Cat
Records; p1995; Compact disc. "A narrative history featuring
interviews and musical selections from the masters of the slack
key guitar. Narrated by Haunani Apoliona.
Keali'iwahamana, Nina Love songs with memories. Nina
Kealiiwahamana, vocals; Bud Tutmarc, Hawaiian steel guitar; with
orchestral accompaniment. Seattle, WA: MARC Records; p1991;
Kilauea speaks [[videorecording]]. Parsons, Willard Hall;
Wayne State University; . Originally issued as motion
picture in 1962. Shows how volcanic activity can affect the lives
of people and the land upon which they live. Includes footage of
attempts to control the fires caused by lava flows from the
eruption of Kilauea volcano.
Kukui, inamona [[videorecording]]. Kanehele, Tuti; [1993?].
Unedited footage of a classroom presentation. Describes the kukui
tree and its uses in Hawaiian culture. Demonstrates the
preparation of 'inamona, a savory relish made from kukui nut
La'au lapa'au [[videorecording]]. Kanahele, Tuti;.; [1993?].
Unedited footage of a classroom presentation on Hawaiian medicinal
Lawai'a 'opelu [[videorecording]]. Kanahele, Tuti;.; [1993?].
Unedited footage of a classroom presentation.
Lei hulu [[videorecording]]. Kanahele, Tuti; . Unedited
footage of a classroom presentation on Feb. 3, 1993. Demonstration
of making different types of feather lei and hat bands.
Lei pupu Ni'ihau [[videorecording]]..; [199x]. Unedited
footage of a classroom presentation.
Lei wiliwili [[videorecording]]. Kanahele, Tuti; .
Unedited footage of a classroom presentation on Feb. 10, 1993.
Magennis, Mark; Curtis, Henry; Castillo, Nick; Kissinger,
Connie; Kaui, Raquel; Salausa, Fiona; Yaris, Doric; Finney, Sean;
Viohl, Jack; Kaauwai, Nalani; Ayudan, Leimomi. Sunrise hope for
Kobe and the world. "A cast of Kauai singers and musicians
assembled as 'Aloha Nation'", including Mark Magennis, Henry
Curtis, Nick Castillo, Connie Kissinger, Raquel Kaui, Fiona
Salausa, Doric Yaris, Sean Finney & Jack Viohl, Na. Lihue,
Kauai, HI: Tropical Kiss; 1995; Compact disc. Tropical Kiss: TKP
2000. "A collection of songs about hope and compassion dedicated
to the earthquake victims of the Hanshin region of Japan.
Mahalo ia Kawena Puku'i [[videorecording]]. Akana, Kalani;
Ekau, Alfred; Kauahipaula, Elizabeth; Craver, Malia; TEC
(Television station: Honolulu, Hawaii); Ahahui Kapi'olani; No Ka
Mea Nou Ke Aupuni (Organization); Mahiehie (Musical group);
'Ahahui 'Olelo Hawai'i; . Telecast Nov. 11, 1995, on the
program Msanaleo, on TEC, Honolulu. "Ua kako'o keia polokalamu e
ka 'Ahahui Kapi'olani. Remembering the life and contributions of
Native Hawaiian scholar and resource person Mary Kawena Pukui.
Includes segments featuring her grandchildren. Kealohamakua
Wengler tells two stories from the Pukui collection: Hala'ea and
Mahoe, Noelani Teves, Ramona; Greig, Tau; Farden, Damien. Eia
au 'o Noelani I whisper gently to you. Noelani Mahoe, solo vocals,
guitar, ukulele; and vocals with Ramona (Mona) Teves, Tau Greig,
Damien Farden. Honolulu: Roy Sakuma Productions; c1995; Compact
disc. Tradewinds Records:
Manu lau niu [[videorecording]]. Kanahele, Tuti; .
Unedited footage of a classroom presentation on Feb. 24, 1993.
Demonstration of making birds from coconut fronds.
Maritime Archaeology Field School clips [[videorecording]].
University of Hawaii at Manoa Maritime Archaeology Field School;
. Clips from local news reports on the University of Hawai'i
at Manoa 1994 Summer Session Maritime Archaeology Field School,
which studied the USS Arizona.
Mealii Kalama, Hawaiian quilter [[videorecording]]. Davis,
Tip. [Honolulu?: Tip Davis; 1974]. An excellent overview of the
art of Hawaiian quiltmaking, capturing the skill and soul of
Mealii Kalama as she designs beautiful, intricately patterned
Medeiros, Glenn Sweet island music. Glen Medeiros, vocals;
with instrumental acc. Buffalo, N.Y: Amherst Records; p1995;
Compact disc. Amherst Records:
Molokai forestry camp [[videorecording]]; [195-]. Footage of a
reforestation project, a plant nursery and the planting of pines
on Moloka'i. Also, the laying of the foundation for water unit no.
18, and some scenes of Kalaupapa from topside.
Molokai ho'e Oahu [[videorecording]]. Davis, Tip: Tip Davis;
[Honolulu? 1968]. Camera close-ups of the koa and fiberglass
outriggers competing in the 17th annual running of the forty-one
mile canoe race from Moloka'i to O'ahu. The dangers and demands of
battling the Moloka'i Channel are shown as the crew from the
Outrigger Canoe Club breaks the existing record.
Moon, Peter [[sound recording]. Ho'i hou Return once more.
Honolulu: Kanikapila Records; p1995; Kanikapila Records:.
Na wa'a o kakou [[videorecording]]. Akana, Kalani; Ekau,
Alfred; Kauahipaula, Elizabeth; Kaina, Sophie; Kaalekahi, Henry;
TEC (Television station: Honolulu, Hawaii); Ahahui Kapi'olani; No
Ka Mea Nou Ke Aupuni (Organization); 'Ahahui 'Olelo Hawai'i;
. Telecast Sept. 23, 1995 on the program Manaleo, on TEC,
Honolulu. "Ua kako'o keia polokalamu e ka 'Ahahui Kapi'olani.
Interviews with Hawaiian language native speakers Henry
Ka'alekahi, who grew up in a family of canoe carvers at Miloli'i,
and Sophie Kaina, who wove the lauhala sails for the voyaging
canoe Hokule'a. Followed by coverage of the return of canoes
Hokule'a and Hawai'iLoa of Hawai and Te 'Au o Tonga me Tsakitumu
of Rarotonga to Hawai'i at Ke'ehi Lagoon on May 13, 1995. Includes
chants and dances by Cook Islanders and Hawaiians.
Nana i na loea hula Look to the hula resources: an exhibit
[[videorecording] =]. Institute of Culture and Communication
(East-West Center); Kalihi-Palama Culture & Arts Society;
. Unedited video of reception for the exhibit and the book,
Nana i na loea hula: look to the hula resources, held on June 29,
1984, at the Burns Hall Exhibition Room. Includes hula
performances on Burns Hall Hula Mound. No narration. Photographs
by Shuzo Uemoto.
Niihau, the forbidden island [[videorecording]]. Arriaga,
Nicole; George, Shelly; Yamashita, Carlin; Yamashita, Irene;
. Takes a look back in time to explore how Ni'ihau came
under the ownership of the Sinclair/Robinson family and why they
cut off contact with the outside world. Produced by students at
Kapunahala Elementary School, under the direction of Irene
Yamashita. Shown at the 1994 Hawaii International Film Festival.
No na mamo For the descendants [[videorecording]. Wong,
Kaupena; Zuttermeister, Kaui; Lewis, Noenoe Zuttermeister; KHET
(Television station: Honolulu, Hawaii); Lynne Waters Productions;
. In 1990, the 27th annual Merrie Monarch Festival opened
with performances by the Zuttermeister Ohana. The performances
featured the dances and styles of Sam Pua Haaheo and Emily Kaui
Zuttermeister. This program pays tribute to Emily Kaui
Zuttermeister and shows the Zuttermeister family's year-long
preparations for the Festival.
Non-traditional careers for women [[videorecording]]. Wood,
Shannon; Moon, Jade; EKV Productions; Olelo (Firm). Kaneohe, HI:
EKV Productions, Inc; c1992. Broadcast on the program Women at
work. Jade Moon and Honolulu Community College career counselor
Sherrie Rupert discuss women working in jobs predominantly
occupied by men. Joining them are Heidi Randoph, certified
athletic trainer; Kirsten Nakamura, shipfitter; Johnna Nishiguchi,
carpenter; Linda Harrington, bus driver; Kate Sample, television
broadcast technician; and Madeline McMonigle, Honolulu Police
Out Takes (Musical group) Genuine article. The Out Takes
(Allen Won, Benny Rietveld, Jamie Fox, Noel Okimoto), jazz
instruments; with supporting musicians. Honolulu: Roy Sakuma
Productions; c1995; Compact disc. Roy Sakuma Productions:
Owens, Harry Royal Hawaiians (Musical group). The best of
Harry Owens and his Royal Hawaiians. Harry Owens and his Royal
Hawaiians. Kailua, Hawaii: Royal Music Publisher; c1988; RMCD
2120. Collection originally issued in 1965; issued on cassette
tape by Royal Music Publisher, 1988. Royal Music Publisher:
Pacific Women's Network [[videorecording]]. Scheder, Jo; Cruz,
Lynette; Napoleon, Lehua; Trask, Mililani; ATTN (Television
station: Honolulu, Hawaii); . Title from narration. Telecast
May 5, 1995, on the program First Friday, the unauthorized news,
on ATTN, Honolulu. Mililani Trask hosts Lynette Cruz and Lehua
Napoleon, from the Pacific Women's Network. Topics discussed:
Indigenous People' s Literary Project, Hawaii Prisoner Advocacy
Project and various programs of the Pacific Women's Network.
Pahinui, Gabby; Davis, George; Davis, Willie; Kaalekahi,
Henry; Konanui, Abraham Kalauli; Kaapana, Tina; Kaapana, George;
Solomon, Tommy; Hoomanawanui, Mike; Blaisdell, Tommy. The history
of slack key guitar. Performed by Gabby Pahinui, George "Keoki"
Davis, Willie Davis, Henry Kaalekaahi, Abraham Kalauli Konanui,
Mama Tina Kaapana with George Kaapana, William Namahoe, Tommy
Solomon, Mike Ho'omanawanui, Tommy Blaisd. Ventura, CA: Hana Ola
Records Cord International; p1995;
Petersen, Eric Halema'uma'u 'round the island. Eric Petersen,
[Honolulu?]: Volcano Island Records; p1995; Volcano Island
Potenza, Joe Recollections of life on the USS Arizona; 1984. 1
sound cassette; analog. Interview with a former sailor who served
on the battleship USS Arizona during 1927-1932, and in the Navy
Pua loke [[videorecording]]. Kanahele, Tuti; . Unedited
footage of a classroom presentation on Feb. 17, 1993.
Demonstration of making ribbon roses.
Pua o Pacifica [[videorecording]]. Davis, Tip; Wong, Kaupena.
[Honolulu?: T. Davis]; c1973. Flowers, music, dance--a colorful
collage of flora Pacifica and the unique contributions of the
various ethnic groups of Hawai'i.
Public accomodations disabilities (physical)
[[videorecording]]. Wodatch, John; Lee, Francine Wai;
Donnel-Smith, Sandra; VIEWS (Television station: Honolulu,
Hawaii); Hawaii Civil Rights Commission; . (Your civil
rights in Hawaii). John Wodatch, of the Office of the Americans
with Disabilities Act, discusses replacement of architectural
structural barriers with compliant structures. Francine Wai Lee of
the State Commission on Persons with Disabilities, discusses
concepts behind Americans with Disabilities Act requirements
pertaining to public accomodations. Sandra Donnel-Smith, attorney
with the Protection and Advocacy Agency of Hawaii, discusses
auxiliary aids, personal devices and services, and accessible or
Randolph, Alisa Do it for you. Alisa Randolph, vocals; with
instrumental acc. [S.l.]: Cinnamon Red; c1995; CRR 001. Compact
Reality of acquaintance "date" rape [[videorecording]]. Beck,
Julie Ann; Hawaii Community College; . Produced for Hawaii
Community College, Hilo, Hawai'i. Attempts to dispel the myths
that surround date rape. Presents current statistics and facts
about acquaintance/date rape and the effects of gender stereotypes
as portrayed in the media. Addresses concerns for improving
interpersonal relations, communication skills, and respect between
the genders. Intended for classroom use.
Revival (Musical group) In times like these. Revival (Vonia
Lilo Pataua, John Bourne, Aretaseta Aiolupotea, Mike Aiolupotea,
Ieti Faletogo, Lui Isala, Nehemiah Faletogo, Agaese Taito, Eli
Suesue, Tagilima Taito, Junior Taito, Tafia Tuaifaiva), vocals.
Honolulu: Revival; p1994; RVCD-97. Compact disc.
Rezentes, Bill Heartbeats. Bill Rezentes, guitar, vocals; with
vocal and instrumental acc. Kane'ohe, Hawai'i: 'A'ali'i Records;
c1995; Compact disc. 'A'ali'i Records: NLMCD-5322.
Save Sunset Beach Coalition [[videorecording]]. Scheder, Jo;
McElheny, Larry; ATTN (Television station: Honolulu, Hawaii); Save
Sunset Beach Coalition; . Telecast Apr. 7, 1995, on the
program First Friday, the unauthorized news, on ATTN, Honolulu.
Topics discussed: fisherman's rights to dock boats at harbors on
ceded lands; Bishop Estate investment in Mackenzie Methane, Inc.
and associated issues and stories; University of Hawai'i budget
cut. Larry McElheny of Save Sunset Beach Coalition gives details
on the proposed Lihi Lani project on the North Shore of O'ahu.
Silva, Kalena; 'Aha Punana Leo; University of Hawaii at Hilo
Hale Kuamo'o. 'O wau kekahi i ke alualu holoholona!. Reader,
Kalena Silva. [Hilo, Hawaii]: ho'opa'a lipine 'ia e ka Hale
Kuamo'o, Kulanui o Hawai'i ma Hilo; ho'omalele 'ia e ka Hale
Kako'o Psunana Leo; 'Aha Psunana Leo; c1992. 1 sound cassette;
analog. Note: Recorded to accompany Hawaiian language story
published: Iqaluit, Canada: NORTEXT, 1992.
Snakenberg, Robert Lokomaika'iokalani; Mahoe, Edwina. Hawaiian
sentence book. Edwina Mahoe. Honolulu: Bess Press; c1988.
Accompanies: Hawaiian sentence book / Robert Lokomaika'iokalani
Snakenberg. Honolulu: Bess Press, 1988.
Stardust (Musical group) From way up here. Stardust (Jennifer
Barber, John Valentine, Brian Robertshaw), vocals;
withinstrumental acc. [Pearl City, HI]: Waialua Pub; c1995;
Compact disc. Waialua Pub.:
State of the State address 1995 [[videorecording]]. Hawaii
Governor (1994-: Cayetano); Waihee, John; Boylan, Dan; Cayetano,
Benjamin J.; KGMB (Television station: Honolulu, Hawaii); .
Note: Telecast Jan. 23, 1995, on KGMB, Honolulu. Live coverage of
Governor Ben Cayetano's first State of the State address, at which
he announces the state's projected $250 million shortfall.
Cayetano also addresses education reform, settlement of Native
Hawaiian claims and insurance reform. Followed by commentary by
Dan Boylan and brief comments by former Governor John Waihee.
Swearing in ceremony Warner Pathe news [[videorecording]].
Fong, Hiram L.; Inouye, Daniel K.; . Swearing in ceremonies
for new U.S. Senators Hiram Fong and Daniel Inouye, and drawing
for Fong's term of office, on August 27, 1959. Followed by Warner
Pathe News newsreels, including one segment on the campaign to
make Hawai'i the 49th state.
The Ilokano immigrant in Hawaiian secondary schools student
interviews [[videorecording]]. Blackman, Myron; Hawaii
Bilingual/Bicultural Education Project. [Honolulu: s.n; 1975]. In
English and Iloko. "Produced for the Bilingual- Bicultural Project
at the Culture Learning Institute, East-West Center, under a title
VII grant administered by the D.O.E. Contains the comments of
three categories of secondary students: non-Filipino, local
Filipinos, and newly arrived Filipinos who offer candid opinions
of their educational experiences in Hawaii.
The Lyman House [[videorecording]]. Hibbard, Don; Inn,
Clifford; Hawaii Historic Preservation Division. [Honolulu?]:
State Historic Preservation Division, Dept. of Land and Natural
Resources; c1995. (Pulama = To cherish). Lyman House walking tour.
Using still archivalimages and passages from diaries, this video
presents the story of the Lyman family, missionaries who came to
Hilo in 1832, and the house they built, which is now a museum.
The silver jubilee parade [[videorecording]]. Tindall, Tim;
Tomimbang, Emme; Riley, Charlie; . The Hawaii Statehood
Silver Jubilee parade on July 4, 1984 celebrates "25 years of
statehood: a lifetime of aloha." Shows preparations for the event
and gives a running commentary on the participants, floats, music,
dignitaries, queens, etc.
The videoguide to Hawaiian reef fish [[videorecording]].
Mahaney, Steve. Hawaii: Planet Ocean Productions; c1993. Over
fourteen years of reef experience has gone into the making of this
stunning video, revealing secrets that will thrill expert and
novice fishwatchers alike.
The Waikiki Memorial Natatorium [[videorecording]]. Inn,
Clifford; Bright, Iaukea; Hawaii Historic Preservation Division.
[Honolulu]: State Historic Preservation Division; c1994. (Pulama =
This is your life, Admiral Fuquoa [[videorecording]]. Edwards,
Ralph; Fuquoa, Samuel; . Ralph Edwards broadcasts "This is
your life - Admiral Fuquoa" fromthe wreck of the USS Arizona at
Pearl Harbor, O'ahu, Hawai'i, Dec. 3, 1958. Admiral Fuquoa was one
of the survivors of the bombing of Pearl Harbor.
To stay or not to stay that is the question
[[videorecording]]. Domestic Violence Clearinghouse and Legal
Hotline (Honolulu, Hawaii). [Honolulu]: Domestic Violence
Clearinghouse and Legal Hotline; [1995?]. Describes the
experiences of four battered women who had to decide whether to
stay or walk away from an abusive partner.
Tropical Knights (Musical group) Service to the King. Tropical
Knights (Daniel Naipo, Solo Pamatigan, Erving Chang, Guy
McKeague), vocals and instrumental acc.; with supporting
musicians. [Kaneohe, Hawaii: KDE Records; 1995?]; Compact disc.
Unlikely liberators mission to Japan [[videorecording]].
Narahara, Sheryl; Lee, Stacy. [Honolulu?: s.n.]; c1995. Presents
the stories of Chiune Sugihara, Japanese Consul to Lithuania, who
disobeyed his government by issuing approximately 6,000 transit
visas to Jewish refugees for passage from Europe to Dutch Curacao
via Japan, thus saving their lives; and the Japanese-American
soldiers of the 522nd Field Artillery Battalion, who were among
the Allied forces that liberated the Nazi concentration camps.
Also documents a journey of Holocaust survivors back to Japan to
commemorate a monument in.
Various guitarists Honolulu, HI: Kokua Records; p1995 Compact
disc. Songs chiefly composed by N. Gustafsson, or jointly with
spouse, V. Rittenband.
Wai'alua looks ahead [[videorecording]]. Wood, Shannon; Wood,
Jim; EKV Productions. Kane'ohe, HI: EKV Productions, Inc; c1994.
(Communities on parade). As the sugar industry leaves Waialua,
this Oahu community must turn to tourism and defense as major
sources of income. This video emphasizes the importance of the
idea of community as a guiding concept. Includes video clips from
other "Communities on parade" programs and other video programs
which promote community and encourage involvement.
World of Audubon Hawaii, paradise in peril [[
videorecording]]. Chamberlain, Richard; Austin, Sharon; Palmer,
Christopher N.; National Audubon Society; TBS Productions, Inc.
[Washington, D.C.]: The Society; c1993. "A co-production of
National Audubon Society & Turner Broadcasting System Inc.
Examines the deceptive beauty of Hawaii which is being challenged
by serious threats to the environment such as overdevelopment and
large influxes of tourists.