True stories, told live before an audience, from Civil Beat journalists, other Hawaii residents and visitors. These stories, both moving and humorous, bring you into the hidden heart of the 50th state.
Hawaii Storytellers: How A Fishing Trip Hooked Me On Out-Of-The-Way Places
A childhood fishing trip with his uncle leads Chris D'Angelo to make a cascade of life-changing decisions.
Hawaii Storytellers: Am I Going To Cross The Atlantic On This Homemade Raft?
Civil Beat reporter Jessica Terrell’s dad really dreamed big. But, as she explains in this podcast, sometimes, it’s up to the child, not the parent, to draw the line.
Hawaii Storytellers: When You Always Have The Travel Bug, Ask Yourself Why
Colby Lawton loved heading abroad and leaving the constraints of home behind. He just had to learn how to be happy to come home again.
Hawaii Storytellers: An Escape From New York To A Clean Slate In Hawaii
When Anthony Quintano's dream job in the Big Apple turned out to be a trap, he had a big decision to make.
Hawaii Storytellers — Gene Park’s Top Ten Reasons He Left Hawaii
The former Civil Beat staffer and now Washington Post social-media editor wryly explains why he left Honolulu.
Hawaii Storytellers: A Question Every Teacher Here Must Ask
In this podcast, former school teacher Beau Ewan tells a wry story about his struggle to make ends meet in Hawaii.