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INSIGHTS ON PBS HAWAI‘I
Should We Change The Minimum Wage to a Living Wage?

 

Despite taking Hawai‘i’s minimum wage up to $9.25 an hour – and a scheduled increase to $10.10 effective next year – Hawai‘i’s minimum wage workers are faced with an impossible challenge: the biggest gap nationally between a state’s minimum hourly wage and the most basic earnings required to meet the local cost of living. Should we change the minimum wage to a living wage?

 

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SUPPER CLUB
San Francisco, Part Two

SUPPER CLUB: San Francisco, Part Two

 

Chef Alvin Leung continues his visit to the Bay Area by trading skills with Chef Corey Lee of Benu. He invents a new dish with Adam Mali of Mandarin Oriental Hotel and strolls in Sonoma Valley with winemaker Korbin Ming.

 

SUPPER CLUB
San Francisco, Part One

SUPPER CLUB: San Francisco. Alvin Leung

 

Join Michelin Three Star Chef Alvin Leung as he cooks with Chef Michael Mina and Chef Ken Tominaga and shares their food philosophies. Chef Leung also samples the Marin County Farmers Market’s produce with Adam Mali of Mandarin Oriental Hotel.

 

FINDING YOUR ROOTS
Visionaries

FINDING YOUR ROOTS: Visionaries

 

Join Harvard scholar Dr. Henry Louis Gates Jr., as he delves into the genealogy of 27 guests. Each story illuminates the vast patchwork of ethnicity, race and experience that makes up the fabric of America.

 

Visionaries
Discover how the ancestors of business mogul Richard Branson and architects Maya Lin and Frank Gehry took audacious risks to create opportunities, and how their luck, ingenuity and chutzpah was passed on to these three visionaries.