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An appointment with destiny for the GLBT Caucus?
Jo-Ann Adams is an
estate planning attorney licensed to practice in Hawaii and California and a
political activist. She is a member of the Waikiki Neighborhood Board, active
in the Democratic Party of Hawaii, and the legislative liaison for the GLBT
Caucus now preparing legislation to move their marriage equality agenda forward.
and Prejudice: the Japanese Eyes with American Hearts of WWII.
Tsukiyama’s reminiscences of life in Second World War Hawaii are part of Volume
Two of Japanese Eyes, American Heart, the story of life on the home front as
told by Hawaii’s Japanese population.
to the left and fins to the right...but not in the water.
Dr. Kim Holland is a Research Professor at the UH Hawaii Institute of
Marine Biology and the leader of the Pelagic Fisheries Group and Shark Research
Group. His work involves electronic tagging of large marine animals- sharks,
tunas and marlins- to trace their movement patterns. He has a long history in
Hawaii; he has been a faculty member since 1980, and is a former UH student.
fiction is fact for Saving Paradise.
Bond is the author of “Saving Paradise, a novel set in Hawaii that’s described
as an “existential thriller.”
today's global headlines from Al Jazeera, a Christmas quiz, Bill Sage with the
beat on what's brewin' and a Monday reality check... Now the NPR news.