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It’s Friday, December 7 – From HPR2, it’s The
No humor has been used in this preface about the Humane Society controversy,
Inga Gibson is the
Hawaii director of the Humane Society of the United States. She has made her
career in animal protection for more than 15 years and has over seen animal
protection initiatives in Washington state, Oregon and Idaho before opening the
Honolulu office of The HSUS in 2009.
A Poetry Contest at HPU, an English Professor describes for you...
Wilson is Assistant Professor of English at Hawai’i Pacific University and the
editor of Hawaii Pacific Review, where the winning work will be published.
Will there be more trade-offs in the fish
Sue Kellam is a scuba diver and the founder of
the Friends of Pebble Beach. The
citizen's group wants a more permanent
solution – Ka'ohe Bay designated as a fish replenishment area - to stop the
aquarium trade from collecting fish in for resale on the Mainland.
Ho ho haku time! Hawaiian Christmas Wreath
Emily Catey is the gallery manager at the Volcano Art
Center, which is putting on its 13th Annual Wreath Exhibit, featuring the work
of a variety of Big Island artists.
Plus a little sweet and yeasty treat in the backyard, today’s reality check and
the world view from Deutsche Welle … next the NPR news.