Archive for September, 2010

Long Story Short – Momi Cazimero – Turning Adversity into Success

Momi Cazimero, one of Hawaii’s most accomplished and respected graphic artists, talks story with Leslie Wilcox about how she turned adversity into success when she opened Graphic House – the first woman-owned design firm in Hawaii.

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

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Long Story Short – John Clark – Keeping Hawaiian Stories Alive

In this edition of Long Story Short, Leslie Wilcox talks story with a true Renaissance man. John Clark relates how learning to surf at a young age led him to become a waterman, lifeguard, fire fighter, historian, and writer. The author of a series of books on Hawaii’s beaches, John Clark took the innate curiosity that we all have and hunted down the source and mo’olelo, or stories, behind the names of Hawaii’s surf spots and shoreline landmarks. Find out how this descendent of a sea captain is doing his part to keep Hawaiian stories and characters alive.

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

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