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It’s Thursday, March 14 – From HPR2 and on Hawaii Island celebrating the Keck Observatory's 20th anniversary, it's The Conversation.
Stellar by starlight: a better look at a planet beyond our solar system.
Bruce Macintosh is an astronomer at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory and part of thintnational tema than made today's announcement. The Dr. Macintosh was part of the team that built laser guide star adaptive optics systems for the Shane telescope at Lick Observatory and the W.M. Keck Telescope in Mauna Kea, Hawaii. Since then he has used adaptive optics to search for planets orbiting other stars, and leads a project to build an advanced planet-finding instrument for the Gemini Observatory. The paper appears online March 14th in Science Express, and March 22nd in the journal Science.
Whom the Gods would entertain they would first give students...
Ovid’s Metamorphisis, which gives us the gods at their best and worst, is the inspiration for an ambitious all-student production coming next week Windward Community College’s Palikū Theatre. Taurie Kinoshita is the director of Polaroid Stories, which runs March 21 through 24th.
Let’s have another cup of cashflow in Kona.
Deanna Isbister is the Director of Leisure Sales of the Big Island Visitors Bureau. She has worked in the Hawaii hospitality industry for 20 years in Hawaii and throughout the U.S. mainland with several hotel organizations and held various Sales Positions with Aston Hotels Hawaii, Hyatt Hotels, and Hilton Hotels.
How to succeed at Castle after really rehearsing.
The great Frank Loesser, ever the satirist, took on the follies of the business world in How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, and wrote some of his most engaging songs in the process. Fifty years along, it’s coming to the Castle Performing Arts Center. Karen Meyer directs the production, which will go onstage for the next three weekends.
Plus the world report from Al Jazeera, no place for your eyes in the backyard, and today’s reality check. Next the news… from NPR.