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HPR Commentator Tony Oliver has been feeling guilty lately. And he’d like to share a bit of an explanation.
(HPR broadcasts a variety of viewpoints. The opinions of HPR commentators do not necessarily reflect the views of Hawaii Public Radio.)
While public attention has been on the Legislature's efforts to get the projected budget shortfall under control, several bills affecting government ethics have been moving along in the background. Blogger and HPR commentator Ian Lind looks at one of them.
The views expressed in commentaries are those of the contributor and do not necessarily reflect the views of HPR.
If music played a role in your distant past, but you haven't picked up an instrument for a while, you're not alone. Honolulu's Emily Nye shares some thoughts in today's guest commentary.
You can learn more about the free concert of the Honolulu Community Concert Band, at their website: hcband.org.
According to a recent Wall Street Journal story, despite the lingering impact of the "Great Recession," California's Silicon Valley is booming. Guest commentator David Watumull shares his thoughts on the future of Hawaii's own version of Silicon Valley.
On this holiday, HPR Commentator Tony Oliver reflects on the 44 men, both past and present, who have been elected to lead this country.
Tony Oliver is a librarian turned playwright. He lives in Kailua. Commentaries broadcast on this program reflect the views of the presenter, and are not necessarily the views of Hawaii Public Radio.