PBS Documentary Plastic Paradise Airs nationwide

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I helped these guys quite a bit on this documentary. Sven Kirsten endorsed them heartily, so I threw my support their way as well.

I appear in the documentary along with a lot of my friends. It is centered around the Mai-Kai, which I have sent years researching, and on the Hukilau event which I started. How could I not be involved?

My biggest contribution to the project is hundreds of graphics and vintage video. Chances are, when you see a postcard, menu or mug splashed on the screen, it came from me.

I hope it helps ignite more people to seek out the Mai-Kai. It really is a destination unlike any other. It is showing in South Florida, Colorado and Alaska this week. Call or email your local PBS station to get it shown in your area! See details on air dates and contact to get it shown here.

Read Jim Heyward’s write up.

3 thoughts on “PBS Documentary Plastic Paradise Airs nationwide”

  1. Bill Turner says:

    The producers should also contact KOCE at http://www.pbssocal.org/about/submissions/
    to submit their program for broadcast.

  2. Chrissy says:

    First you post the home I’ve spent many a summer day driving past in WDSM, now you’ve given me a dream NYE party place – some day soon, I’m spending my NYE at the Mai Kai.

  3. Nathan Beasley says:

    If I live in Australia, how can I view this documentary? Is it available in full, anywhere online?

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