Well, yeah…it’s that time of season again..All the Holidays are coming together and it’s time to enjoy them with Family and friends…
This Years Christmas Holiday Seasons Greeting Podcast will be about:
WHY CHRISTMAS IS HAWAII IS AWESOME
LOCAL HOLIDAY TRADITIONS IN HAWAII
FUN FACTS ABOUT CHARLIE BROWN and the CHRISTMAS SPECIAL
We had a hard time trying to figure out what we would cover in Christmas Music this year and with Wayde doing a Peanuts Theme at his home for the Holidays we chose to go with the Charlie Brown Christmas Album and discuss some cool unexpected facts about the Peanuts.
So from Wayde and Bruce here at “Lucky We Live Hawaii” we want to wish everyone a Mele Kalikimaka and Happy Holiday Season and New Year!
When’s the actual last time we had a FUN Podcast…It’s long over due…and we’ll be covering our top 10 favorite Hawaiian songs that remind us and bring us back to Hawaii, no matter where we are…on island or off. We hope you love these 10 songs as much as we do…Some are new, some are old and some are just too damn classic to not put in here. These songs you never get sick of!
We are very excited to be talking to Director PHIL PAYSON and Producer ZOE EISENBERG on their Award winning SHORT FILM…“Aloha from Lavaland”
On June 27 2014, a vent in Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano erupted and lava began flowing
directly toward the center of Pahoa, a small rural town on the Big Island of Hawai’i. Hard
to predict and impossible to stop, the flow threatens to cut of the town’s only access road,leaving the residents of this remote community to rely heavily on one another as they prepare for possible isolation.
Produced in conjunction by Gift Culture Media, Larkin Pictures and Pure Mother Love,
this 55 minute award-winning documentary explores an inner community perspective of the lava fow, following residents as they ask and answer important questions about
community, sustainability, harmony, and what it really means to live in such an
In addition to street interviews and news coverage, the documentary follows a local
Hawaiian kumu (healer), a sustainability expert and the leader of a sovereign Hawaiian
community over a period of seven months as they attempt to prepare for the unpreparable. Shot in a grass-roots effort by several Pahoa community members, Lavaland offers a unique insider’s look at life in the midst of a slow motion disaster.
If you are interested in watching this film or learning more please head to the Website or Facebook page~ Mahalo