Q103 has a lot happening, and a big part of it is the calls and topics brought to us by our listeners. There's also tons of things we don't get to say on the air due to time constraints! For all of these moments, and more, we bring you the EXTRA CAST with expanded interviews, calls, and topics we didn't get to air!
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1952 was a good year for Shaggy, even though he wasn't born until 1977. Find out today, on National Radio Day, the origins of one of the most known things about the Q103 Morning Show, and a story you probably didn't know!
Big C caught Shaggy in studio *finally* since this COVID-19 thing hit, we discuss some of the common misconceptions with BLM movement. We also talk in depth about #defundingpolice, and what that actually means. Come join us today for some real talk!
Maui has it's very own Batman, except he doesn't fight crime so much as fight infectious germs from spreading. Find out how one man is on a mission to keep us all safe as Shaggy talks to Rob from Maui Powerwashing!
With all the craziness happening around the COVID-19 virus quarantine, we thought it would be a good idea to find the businesses and people trying to do good things for good reasons, and to highlight them. In this episode, Shaggy talks to Josh Marten, owner of a couple of Maui Businesses that is giving back in BIG ways to first responders, medical, and police workers.
Gov. David Y. Ige issued a second supplemental emergency proclamation ordering all individuals, both residents and visitors, arriving or returning to the State of Hawaiʻi to a mandatory 14-day self-quarantine. The mandate — the first such action in the nation — applies to all arrivals at state airports from the continental U.S. and international destinations and extends to other private and commercial aircrafts.
“With the majority of Hawaiʻi’s COVID-19 cases linked to travel, it is critical that we further mitigate the spread of the virus by both residents and visitors who are coming from out-of-state,” said Gov. Ige. “This plan was developed in collaboration with our county mayors and Hawaiʻi’s business, community and visitor industry leaders.”
All visitors and residents arriving through Hawaiʻi’s airports will be required to complete a Hawaiʻi Department of Agriculture form that will be distributed onboard their flight. They will retain the form when disembarking the aircraft. Upon arrival, they will go through a checkpoint and present the completed form with a valid identification. Checkpoint staff will validate the form and issue documentation that certifies they cleared the checkpoint. The form also includes information on the mandatory requirements for the 14-day quarantine along with penalties.
The mandatory 14-day self-quarantine orders are:
Proceed directly from the airport to your designated quarantine location, which is the location identified and affirmed by you on the mandatory State of Hawai‘i Department of Agriculture Plants and Animals Declaration Form.
Remain in your designated quarantine location for a period of 14 days or the duration of your stay in the State of Hawai‘i, whichever is shorter.
If you are a resident, your designated quarantine location is your place of residence.
If you are a visitor, your designated quarantine location is your hotel room or rented lodging.
You can only leave your designated quarantine location for medical emergencies or to seek medical care.
Do not visit any public spaces, including but not limited to pools, meeting rooms, fitness centers or restaurants.
Do not allow visitors in or out of your designated quarantine location other than a physician, healthcare provider, or individual authorized to enter the designated quarantine location by the Director of HIEMA.
Comply with any and all rules or protocols related to your quarantine as set forth by your hotel or rented lodging.
If you become ill with a fever or cough:
Continue to stay in designated quarantine location, avoid contact with others and contact a healthcare provider for further instructions on treatment or testing.
If you are older or have any medical conditions (e.g., immune compromise, diabetes, asthma), consult your regular healthcare provider.
If you feel you need medical care, contact healthcare provider and inform them of your travel history.
If you need urgent medical care (e.g., have difficulty breathing), call 9-1-1 and let the dispatcher know your travel history).
Failure to follow this order is a misdemeanor and punishable by a maximum fine of $5,000, or imprisonment of not more than one year, or both. Enforcement will be handled by each of Hawaiʻi’s four counties.
The mandate will go into effect at 12:01 a.m. on Thursday, March 26, 2020.
“These actions are extreme, but they will help flatten the curve and lay the groundwork for a quicker recovery. We need everyone to comply with these quarantine orders to help protect Hawaiʻi’s residents,” added Ige.
In this episode of the #ExtraCast, Shaggy is back to explain how he drives Chisa and Big C absolutely crazy: He never writes things down.
Turns out, that old saying about memory and writing may not be exactly what you were told!
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LRF office at 808-661-3262, or visit www.lahainarestoration.org
Registration for Art Maui 2020
Whalers Village Movies - “The Addams Family”
Family Life Group Night
Contact: Anne Oishi Phone: 808-870-6182 Website: www.kealaokalani.com
On this episode of the Extracast, Shaggy and Chisa end a two part "Random Questions" game. In it, One person gets to ask the other a set of random questions, and without any preparation the other person has to answer in only 15 seconds or less. Shaggy is at the controls and Chisa answers, as fast as possible, all the randomness
On this episode of the Extracast, Shaggy and Chisa begin a two part "Random Questions" game. In it, One person gets to ask the other a set of random questions, and without any preparation the other person has to answer in only 15 seconds or less. Chisa is at the controls for this one, and she does NOT make it easy!
Big C takes over Shaggy's weekly Extracast to ask about something that a lot of people didn't know about...how DID the CIA get guns into Jamaica without Bob Marley knowing he was helping?
Big C and Shaggy and the History of the 70's Civil War of Jamaica, both good and bad, in this Month of Marley episode!
The badminton Mondays are still going on at Eddie Tam Gym Everyone is welcome Every skill level is welcome if you never play the game, we can teach you Free of charge every Monday from 6:30 PM to 9 PM ( you can come and go at anytime, as long as in that time period ) at Eddie Tam Gym in Makawao Just wear your sport shoes Racket and ball is provided by Park and Recreation of Maui County. This fun event is Free of Charge
Spring Resource Fair UHMC 10 AM – 1 PM Come and…. -Submit your FAFSA -Outline or edit your personal statement -Learn how to ask for letters of recommendations -Start or finish the UH Common Scholarship Apps
Board of Education Meeting Tomorrow at 6 PM – 7 PM Share your concerns & solutions for the Papahana Kaiapuni. BOE Chairperson Catherine Payne, and BOE members Kaimana Barcarse & Kili Nāmauʻu will be in attendance. The meeting will be held in the Science Building ʻIke Leʻa room 144
Come join Maui Mediation Sevices for their Tuesday Benefit Bake Tues, Feb 4th @ Flatbread Pizza Co in Paia from 5pm - 9pm.We have a delightful array of Silent Auction will be on display for your bidding. A portion of the nights PIZZA SALES will be donated to MMS, so be sure to come and get your favorite pizza pie.
Join Pacific Whale Foundation’s Chief Scientist, Jens Currie at the next "Know Your Ocean Speaker Series", hosted by Maui Nui Marine Resource Council. Tues. Feb. 4, Currie will also be joined by Dr. Adam Pack (UH Hilo) & Lars Bejder (UH Marine Mammal Research Program) to discuss their collaborative study of factors contributing to declining whale sightings in Hawai'i and Alaska. 5:30 pm at The Sphere at Maui Ocean Center. Seating is limited, so please reserve seats at http://bit.ly/fewerwhales
The Parade of Whales travels down South Kihei Road, starting at Kamaole Beach 1 at 9am and ending at Kalama Park in Kihei. After the parade, stay at Kalama Park in Kihei from 10 AM - 3 PM for FREE interactive displays on marine research, education and conservation; hula performances; a keiki carnival; local food vendors; made on Maui (Nui) arts & crafts vendors; the Wild & Wonderful Whale Regatta; expert speakers and more as we celebrate our 40th year of ocean protection. Visit MauiWhaleFestival.org for the full Maui Whale Festival line-up.
Free to attend. Creator and model builder of the Death Star, X-Wing, and other classic Star Wars ships is meeting fans. Shake the hands that built the Death Star and see exclusive behind the scenes photos. Starting work in 1974, Colin Cantwell is the original concept artist and model builder for the Star Wars spaceships. His other less known, but equally important projects include 2001: A Space Odyssey and War Games, as well as his role as the lead NASA analyst for CBS during the 1st moon landing. This will be followed by an opportunity for fans to meet Colin, ask questions and share stories.
This week on the Q103 Morning Show, The "Q of the Day" has been specifically about computers and technology. Find out all the ways tech has changed the radio industry, and how you can get ahead of other "Q" players this week using the clues in this episode of the Q103 Extracast
UHMC TLC Building Tomorrow at 1 PM – 2 PM
Akoni - Mala Ocean Tavern 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Family Movie Night & Craft at Kahului Library
5-7:15 Dora and the Lost City of Gold
1.29 Napili Farmers Market
Wednesday/Saturdays 8:00 am - 12:00 pm
Maui-grown vegetables and tropical fruits, local organic bakery stand with gluten-free items. Across from the Napili Market on Napilihau
Waipuna Chapel Upcountry Farmers Market 7-12
Maui-grown vegetables and tropical fruits, local organic bakery stand, organic tempeh, indian food, kim chee, sauerkraut.
Shops at Wailea Center Stage
Na Hoku Hanohano Award winner Josh Tatofi at 5:30 PM – 7 PM Shops at Wailea Center Stage
Kauhulu Cultural Talk
6:15pm to 7:30pm Doors open at 5:30pm Join Maui Ocean Center and this month’s speaker, Kumu Lei Wann, for Kauhulu, a new cultural talking series Contact Jordan Saribay Phone: 8082707000
Chinese New Year Festival - Fri 4 PM · Wo Hing Museum
Lanai Fifth Friday Event at Dole Park
Maui Whale Festival
Join Pacific Whale Foundation in celebrating the homecoming of Maui's humpback whales with its month-long, signature Maui Whale Festival! Events will engage ages and interests of all kind, including the Run & Walk for Whales on Feb 1,
Of course 2.2 is the Superbowl which will be aired on our sister station 1110 AM Chiefs vs 49’ers
Maui Talks Business -- One-Hour Program Produced by County of Maui's Office of Economic Development
The show will run weekly on Mondays at 7:05 am on KAOI on both 1110 AM and 96.7 FM
If you've been following the news, you know Maui has been a-buzz with the tales of the first ever Jollibee USA Opening...and the day finally arrived! Shaggy, being the chicken fiend he is, managed to find the main man, Sir Luis of LA, to talk Jollibee, Joys of sitting to a meal, and future plans.
Big C from Q103's Mid Day Show gets a chance to interview Jessica and Tammy from Ho'Ola Na Pua,
Ho'ōla Nā Pua is committed to the prevention of sex trafficking and providing care for
children who have been exploited. Meaning “New Life for OurChildren,” Ho'ōla Nā Pua
is a 501(c)3 founded in 2013. Ho'ōla Nā Pua is dedicated to creating a community where
children are safe and have the ability to embrace their bright future.
The Future of Healing
Ho'ōla Nā Pua is renovating a 20,000sf building on a 12 acre campus with a goal to open
in 2021 as the first licensed and accredited residential facility in Hawaii to specifically
meet the unique needs of commercially sexually exploited girls. Named Pearl Haven, the
secure campus has been designed to offer physical and emotional safety for up to 32
commercially sexually exploited girls between 11-18 years. Residents will receive
treatment programs including trauma recovery, care coordination, onsite education, life
skills development and family therapy to support successful reintegration into the
community. The campus will include health rooms, classrooms, therapy rooms, a
commercial teaching kitchen, and a greenhouse.
Ever wonder why the Q of the Day is always written as a 8 musical count, rhyming couplet narrative? Probably not in those exact words, but Professor Shaggy is back this week to explain why the Q sounds like it Do.
If you have worked in a studio for any amount of time, one thing is becoming increasingly real... the amount of Robots that call you! Shaggy has some of these and a little bit of future stuff to come for the Q, in this episode of The Extra Cast from Q103 Maui
Big C and Kaya from the Lambsbread come together to talk their newest single, their Jamaica Gleamer "5 Questions with The Lambsbread" and we discuss some of the issues here on our small island in the middle of the sea
Lukela, Makapu'u and Kale are all coming in together to talk about the upcoming show tomorrow and play some music in the Q studio!!
Look for their newest album "Timeless" available now on all digital platforms and is currently #1 on iTunes!!!
With songs like "Desecration" and "Drinking Problem" their hottest two new singles its no wonder why! Listen in and join us tomorrow for EKOLU MUSIC's 20th Year Anniversary at The War Memorial Special Events Arena.
See you there!!
During the early years of being a Reggae station, a lot of people got used to a goofy guy from the mainland called Shaggy. Thing is, I'm actually not "goofy" and up until February 2019 I was hiding a pretty big secret about myself...and the former jobs I've had.
Find out how one caller got me to confess about life in college, as NOT a student...
This was such a great time hanging out in studio with Alika Seki, Kamiki Carter and James Silvani all board members of the Maui Comic Con and putting together this awesome and NERDY event!!!
Maui Comic Con is a free-to-the-public comic convention made by locals for locals to showcase local talent as well as some of the biggest names in the comic industry!
Located at UH Maui College, happening October 26th & 27th, Saturday and Sunday 9:30 am to 6:00 pm each day.
This year our special guests are the Eisner Award winning cartoonist Eric Powell, creator of the Goon and publisher Albatross Funnybooks! Eric is appearing as the last US stop on his Goon 20th Anniversary World Tour! And Carl Potts legendary Marvel editor and creator of Alien Legion!
We will also be joined by many more local artists and Hawaiian Comic Book Alliance members in the artists alley from all over Hawaii! The vendor hall is packed with local businesses and comic shops! And this year's food will be provided by local school groups organized by the Maui High School PTSA to help raise funds towards their activities!
All this and the official Night Darling Cosplay competition, COMPLETELY FREE TO THE PUBLIC!
Learn more about them at www.mauicomiccon.com!!
One of the weirdest offshoots of the old Rocksteady movement is something called Chap Hop. Shaggy explores how the Windrush Generation and hip hop, punk, and British-ness all came together to form one of the weirdest niche musical styles in modern times.
So, here we are....hangry and working in the studio... Chisa and Big C decide to venture into a food topic often considered a bit different, PORK BLOOD MEAT. Would you eat it? Might wanna listen to this without the kiddos....
Aloha! Here is the Lyrics to Kū Ha’aheo E Ku’u Hawai’i and an extra cast telling a little more about KAPU Aloha!
Kū Ha’aheo E Ku’u Hawai’i
Kaiko’o ka moana kā i lana nei Hawai’i
Nāueue a hālulu ka honua a Haumea
Nākulukulu e ka lani ki’eki’e kau mai i luna
Auē ke aloha ‘ole a ka malihini
Kū ha’aheo e ku’u Hawai’i
Mamaka kaua o ku’u ‘āina
‘O ke ehu kakahiaka o nā ‘ōiwi o Hawai’i nei
No ku’u lahui e hā’awi pau a i ola mau
Auhea wale ‘oukou pū’ali koa o Keawe
Me ko Kamalālāwalu la me Kākuhihewa
‘Alu mai pualu mai me ko Manokalanipō
Ka’i mai ana me nā kama a Kahelelani
E nāue imua e nā poki’i a e inu wai ‘awa’awa
E wiwo’ole a ho’okūpa’a ‘a’ohe hope e ho’i mai ai
A na’i wale nō kākou kaukoe mau i ke ala
Auē ke aloha ‘ole a ka malihini
E lei mau i lei mau kākou e nā mamo aloha
I lei wehi ‘a’ali’i wehi nani o ku’u ‘āina
Hoe a mau hoe a mau no ka pono sivila
A ho’iho’i hou ‘ia mai ke kū’oko’a
The sea of Hawai’i surges in turmoil
The earth of Haumea rumbles and shakes
The highest heavens shudder up above
Alas! Woeful indeed are the heartless foreigners
*Stand tall my Hawai’i
Band of warriors of my land
The new dawn for our people of Hawai’i is upon us
For my nation I give my all so that our legacy lives on
Where are you soldiers of Keawe
Along with those of Maui and O’ahu
Unite, join together with those of Kaua’i
Marching alongside the descendants of Ni’ihau
Move forward young ones and drink of the bitter waters
Be fearless, steadfast for there is no turning back
Let’s press onward straight on the path of victory
Alas! Woeful are the heartless foreigners!
Be honored always oh beloved descendants of the land
Let us wear the honored ‘a’ali’i of our beloved land
Paddle on in our pursuit of civil justice
Until our dignity and independence is restored
Chisa and Big C spent the day together sharing the air together!! Listen on the controversy with Mauna Kea, the highest mountain point from Sea Bottom to the top. TMT, the Thirty Meter Telescope project, which has been creating major controversy within Hawaii and throughout the world. People from around the world watch and unite to stand for all things sacred.
I was spoken to yesterday about my post on the Hawaiian Governments illegal annexation and why some Hawaiians don't celebrate. Today I'll be releasing an extra cast to cover on why they feel this way!
There are clips from our former president, Bill Clinton, Hawaiian Rights speakers that stand up to the desecration of sacred places, and the song made famous by Hawaii Calls, written by the last Queen of the Kingdom of Hawaii, and has such a unique and painful history to it.
Please enjoy this piece of entertainment intended to inform , educate and share as you feel needed.
Much Mahalo and Aloha to everyone, one and all.
The history of Hawaii wouldn't be complete without it's music or language. One show, in 1935, sought to preserve and highlight this culture in a way that has survived the test of time. Please help us celebrate the first show in Hawaii that allows us to do what we do to this very day.
Chances are, you've never heard of the Empire Windrush, nor the generation of people that came from it. If you've heard bands like Steel Pulse and UB40, chances are... you owe them a huge debt of gratitude. Find out how the post WW2 rebuilding of London made Reggae music what it is today in this Extra Cast.
Hosted by Shaggy Jenkins
Crystal and Big C talk about the services that the Easter Seals are providing for our community!!
For 100 years, Easterseals has served as an indispensable resource for individuals with disabilities, veterans, seniors and their families.
Together, our 71 affiliates in communities nationwide serve 1.5M people through high-quality programs including autism services, early intervention, workforce development, adult day care and more.
In schools, workplaces and communities, we’re fostering environments where everyone is included and valued — with a real and positive impact on us all. Join us in ensuring that everyone – regardless of age or ability – is 100% included and 100% empowered.
If you missed the morning show on the morning of June 4th, 2019...you missed a LOT. Marty Dread hosted this 4 hour special broadcast that was filled with a lot of surprises, including Mishka's surprise performance.
Looking to support his new album? Check out his Kickstarter here: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/this-love/mishka-new-album-this-love
Shaggy and Big C talk food in our latest episode of the Q103 Extra Cast! When these two get together, things get fun.
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make it work (ft. shiloh dynasty & farley)
make it work (ft. shiloh dynasty & farley)
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Tell Me Why I've Waited For So Long
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Who? (feat. Shiloh Dynasty)
Who? (feat. Shiloh Dynasty)
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Chicky Chicky Check! What School you represent!!
In today's episode, we take a look behind the scenes of the station and see how our mid-day and afternoon jocks fare representing their school pride! Listen in and learn a little more about Chisa and Big C!
Want to hear the way we determine what music to play on Q103? If you know your reggae history, it's easy...we play the Three Sisters!
Who are they, and how do they influence our music selections? Find out in this Extra Cast!
She's an amazing story teller with a message to spread, but it may be a tad bit "inapprops" as the kids say.... Check out the uncensored bonus interview with Ann Randolph with Shaggy in this Extra Cast!
One of the things that happens here at Q103 is seldom heard by the outside world, but means the world to all of us that work here. What is it?
Find out from Shaggy how listeners actually make the programming possible for Q103.
Have you ever wonder where Q103 gets it's musical format from? It's a story that is infamous within our halls, but very few people outside realize what happened way back in 2007 when Q103 started with its current format. It's also when a certain morning show guy was having his second week at a new job. Find out the story here in the very first episode!