On Air 3-20-22LGS Vegas Hawaiian Radio Show
Little Grass Shack Radio Show Segments
Hawaiian Word of the Day – Ka Hua ‘Ōlelo O Ka Lā:
mo’olelo – Definition:
moʻo.lelo – Story, tale, myth, history, tradition, literature, journal, article
moʻo ʻōlelo, succession of talk; all stories were oral, not written.
Topic From The Tropic:
Hawaiian Princess Ruth Ke‘elikōlani, formal member of the House of Kamehameha, Governor of Hawai’i Island and for a period, the largest and wealthiest landowner in the Hawaiian islands.
LGS WTF?! (What The Fact):
An attempt to abolish Hawaiian history, Ke’elikōlani Middle School’s name was changed to
Central Junior High School in 1928 with an excuse that it was too hard for foreigners to
On September 17, 2021, Central Middle School (Honolulu) was renamed back to its original
moniker, Princess Ruth Ke’elikōlani Middle School in honor of Princess Ke’elikōlani.
Destination To Paradise:
Hilo Town, Big Island; Hilo, Hawai’i
Hawaiian Legends & Mythology:
Princess Ke‘elikōlani was best known for saving the town of Hilo from destructive lava flows
during the 1880-1881 Mauna Loa eruption.
Fortune Cookie Saying:
Don’t wait for success to come; go find it!
Special Guest at LGS Studio 9
Vernon & Ronda Van Winkle from KPVM-TV – Pahrump | Small Town News | HBO Original Series
9th Island Community Calendar:
April 1st – Blacksalt presents Three Plus, Haleamano 9th Island Vibes concert. Get tickets at eventbrite.
April 21st – 24th – Pure Aloha Festival & Concerts. Craig Ranch Regional Park
May 1st – May Day with 808toVegas. Celebrate Hawaiian May Day, Lei Day with food & merchant vendors, entertainment. 2230 Corporate Cir, Henderson, NV 89074
May 7th – Aloha Shoyu 75th Anniversary Poke Contest. Celebrity chef demo, entertainment by Champ Kaneshiro headlined by Josh Tatofi, lunch included. Happening at the Orleans, info at AlohaShoyu.com
May 21st- Hawaii stand-up comedian Tumua Tuinei at Craig Ranch Amphitheater, visit TumuaComedy.com for details/tickets.
Hawaiian Music Artist Spotlight:
Multi No Hoku Hanohano Awards recipient Gary Haleamau
UH Rainbow Wahine Basketball
Hawai’i Rainbow Wahine ended their amazing basketball season loosing to #2 seeded Baylor 89-49 in the first round of the NCAA March Madness Tournament. A regular season conference championship, conference tournament championship… head up, be proud! IMUA WAHINE! Way to rep the big HI!