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It’s Friday, January 25 – From HPR2, it’s The Conversation
An economist’s take on preschool: it makes dollars and
Paul H. Brewbaker is the Principal of Hawaii consultant firm, TZ
Economics. His 25 year affiliation with Bank of Hawaii concluded as its Chief
Economist. He is a member of several professional organizations and a
director of the Hawaii Economic Association.
Really good singing ....and all that jazz.
Starr Kalahiki, jazz singer, will inaugurate the Honolulu Museum of Art’s Roots
in Jazz Concert series Saturday night at the Doris Duke Theater.
Counting the feet on the streets of Oahu.
Connie Mitchell is the Executive Director of the Institute for Human
Services. IHS is Oahu’s largest social service agency focused on meeting the
needs of the homeless and those at risk for homelessness. The 2013 point in
time count of the homeless is happening now through Tuesday in urban Honolulu
and on the North Shore.
Into the frying pan and playing with fire.
Larry Dupio is a guitarist, singer-songwriter and lap steel player.
Plus a little lunacy in the backyard, today’s reality check
and the world view from Deutsche Welle … next the news, from NPR.