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It’s Friday, March 1 – From HPR2, it’s The Conversation
Hot rocks might be better than warm winds
Karl Gawell is the Executive Director of the Geothermal Energy Association. He has held senior positions in several national environmental organizations, including the National Wildlife Federation and the Wilderness Society. He also worked in several positions in the U.S. Congress, including Associate Staff of the House Appropriations Committee, Legislative Director for Representative David Skaggs (D-Colo) and Legislative Assistant to Senator Paul Wellstone (D-Minn).
When it’s ok to let your fingers do the talking
Pianist Jeffrey Siegel will present “Keyboard Conversations,” a musical and narrative performance, Saturday night at 8 p.m. at the Leeward Community College Theatre.
Turtle Bay workers: “Yeah, what HE said!”
George Cox grew up in Niu Valley, and in his youth witnessed massive development in Hawaii Kai and knows the cost to local residents from development. George has worked at the Turtle Bay Resort for 32 years, in the hotel’s engineering department. George was born and raised in Hawaii, from a kama’aina family.
A Jewish film festival? Not the Oscars, but one right here at home
Cliff Halevi is a member of the board of Temple Emanu-El and one of the organizers of the 11th annual Kirk Cashmere Film Festival. It opens tomorrow night and runs through March in the Doris Duke Theater.
Plus the world view from Al Jazeera, Saying yes yes to a backyard Nounou, today’s reality check and next, the NPR news.