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It’s Monday, September 24 – From HPR2, it’s The Conversation.
A cacophony of
corals in distress
Greta Aeby is an
assistant researcher at the Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology. She’s been
studying the global spread of montipora white disease and has documented its
existence in Hawaii. Two years ago she released research showing the outbreak
in Kaneohe Bay and this summer, in reefs off Maui.
A festival up in
Honda is the curator of a four-film documentary festival called The World, Is Going Up in Flames: movies
about people and the music that changed their lives.
One fun time: Two
anniversaries, three settings of Edward Lear
Chamber Music Hawaii
and Hawaii Public Radio are positively giddy over their respective thirty years
of existence. A plot was hatched some months ago to celebrate, and well, HPR President and CEO Michael Titterton tells
the story best.
The return of the improvisateur provocateur...
Garrick Paikai is one
of the organizers of the 7th Annual Improvaganza! Hawaii Festival of Improv,
which runs September 27-30 at The ARTS at Marks Garage and The Venue in
Plus today’s reality
check, the Deutsche Welle world report… and a look at transit history in the
backyard …first the NPR news.