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A sound and a fury
Todd Belt is
Associate Professor and Chair of Political Science at the University of Hawai‘i
at Hilo. He researches the influence of
mass media on public opinion and its effects on policy and voting preferences. He
is the co-author of the books We Interrupt This Newscast: How to Improve
Local News and Win Ratings, Too and Getting Involved: A Guide to Student
Citizenship. His forthcoming book is The Presidency and Domestic Policy:
Comparing Leadership Styles, FDR to Obama.
Listen to K B A Y on H P R 2.
Warrant Officer Three Mike Smith is the Director of the Marine Forces Pacific
band, which will perform a free concert.
It opens to the public, tonight at 6:30 at the Hale Koa in Waikiki.
The best plans to prepare for the worst.
Carvalho Jr. became Kauai's mayor in the special election held following the
death of Mayor
Bryan Baptiste in June 2008. Mayor Carvalho completed the two years remaining
in Mayor Baptiste’s term and was re-elected in 2010.
A full, bright adventure: a reach to teach in
Nakanishi is a graduate of Mid-Pacific Institute and a Fulbright Scholar who’s a
resident writer in Montana’s Missoula Writing Collaborative. She’s on her
way to Nicaragua to bring poetry to the schools, and you can learn about her
project on our Hawaii Conversation Facebook page.
housing leftovers in the backyard, international headlines from Deutsche Welle,
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