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Long Story Short – Aunty Nona Beamer



Passionate, intelligent, talented and truly “Hawaiian” are just a few words that describe Aunty Nona Beamer.

Join Leslie Wilcox as she “talks story” with the woman who coined the term “Hawaiiana” – educator, storyteller, hula choreographer, composer – the irrepressible Nona Beamer.

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Long Story Short – Keali’i Reichel

In the premeire episode of Long Story Short with Leslie Wilcox, Leslie sits down with Keali’i Reichel – composer; performer;  teacher; and an icon in the Hawaiian music and culture scene.

 

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Long Story Short – Robert Cazimero – Part One

Robert CazimeroRobert Cazimero, award-winning singer, songwriter and kumu hula, joins Leslie Wilcox for a good-fun, talk story session in which the two share laughter, tears and touching stories of living and loving – including stories about The Brothers Cazimero (Robert and his brother Roland) who’ve led a resurgence of Hawaiian music, language, dance and culture since the 1970s.
This week, PBS Hawaii presents Part 1 of a two-part conversation.

Long Story Short with Leslie Wilcox is a production of PBS Hawaii.

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Long Story Short – Robert Cazimero – Part Two

Robert Cazimero

Robert Cazimero, award-winning singer, songwriter and Kumu Hula, joins Leslie Wilcox for part two of a two-part, good-fun, talk story session. Robert shares stories about his hula halau, the all-male Halau Na Kamalei.

Long Story Short with Leslie Wilcox is a production of PBS Hawaii.

 

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