Hungry on the run? Tita knows where to go to get the best Maui gas station grindz!
Inspired by her new short haircut, Tita shares Hawaiian, Filipino, Japanese and Chinese beliefs, customs and superstitions about haircuts.
Tita shares her memories and choices for the best beaches on Maui and talks about the famous Waikiki Beach on Oahu where her family picks seaweed fresh off the beach and eats it.
Island holiday traditions can be funny and just as fun as a white Christmas!
Tita reminisces about her favorite spring rituals from childhood.
Tita welcomes in the Year of the Dragon with a tale of a Maui lizard goddess.
Tita addresses the president.
Tita goes on vacation to the East Coast.
Tita talks about the luxuries of life from her perspective.
Tita shares her memories of Halloween growing up on the islands and the family traditions of putting food on the family graves of past loved ones.
In her column for July-August, Tita talks about cane burning in Maui.
This popular legend set in the forests of Kauai shares the story of Hawaiian fire goddess Pele and her sacred ohelo berries.
Why I t’ink pidgin is da bes’ language. When come to words, pidgin is way mo’ efficient dan regulah English. An’ yeah, pidgin is one real language. Da real name is Hawaiian Creole English.
Tita has some tricks up her sleeve for April Fools pranksters.
See, in da olden days on Maui, back when Tutu and Pops was helping their kids raise their kids, recycling came natural to all us local families.
The Pidgin speaking alter ego of Kathy Collins, Tita, shares her favorite Thanksgiving story inspired by a famous brothers Grimm fairy tale.
“April showahs bring May flowahs.”
Tita tells it like it is: May Day is Lei Day in Hawai‘i; Garlands of flowers everywhere. . . .
Tita, the alter ego of radio personality Kathy Collins, takes on the Big Apple and decides its more like the Big Ambrosia.
Our local authority knows bes.
Ovah here. da ua (rain) bring da pua (flowahs), no mattah what da calendah say.
For Maui born Tita, Kathy Collins, this month brings three reasons to celebrate here in Hawaii, including May Day, Mothers Day and Boys Day.
Pidgin-speaking Tita answers the question: Where does someone from Hawaii go on vacation? She shares all about getting off the rock and exploring.
Tita talks about her love of poi and the annual East Maui Taro Festival happening in Hana.
Tita talks about local cures for the common cold Hawaiian style.
Tita takes her talk story tradition on the road, up to Yellowknife, Canada.
Our local authority shares her fashion advice on what the well-dressed tita wears—and why.
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