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Investigations will continue this week into the failed Stevie Wonder concert at the University of Hawaii. While lawmakers and other pursue answers, there are also some lessons to be learned for Hawaii residents. HPR Commentator Ian Lind shares his thoughts on the topic.
After five and a half years, HPR commentator Tony Oliver has decided to hang up his headphones and step away from the microphone. But first, he has some final thoughts to share.
Year end is a time for reflection and looking back. Blogger and HPR commentator Ian Lind uses the opportunity for a moment of self-reflection.
Modern life can be tough---and sometimes difficult to understand. Albert Einstein searched for a unified field theory---a “theory of everything.” That was in physics, but in the realm of human behavior, playwright and commentator Tony Oliver thinks he's found one word that explains much of what is wrong with modern life.
It’s been nearly 300 years since the English poet Alexander Pope wrote that “Hope springs eternal.” But playwright and HPR commentator Tony Oliver isn’t feeling very hopeful about certain aspects of our language.