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It’s Thursday, November 29 – From HPR2, it’s The
A North Shore teacher says the
Supplemental EIS doesn’t care for critters…enough…
Angela Huntemer is a public school teacher and lives in the condos at Turtle Bay. She
has made Hawaii her home for twenty years. Her interest in the resort’s SEIS started after a field trip with her class.
We know books and you can get to know one very soon at a Community Book Sale.
DeLuca is president of the Hawai’i Book Publishers’ Association, which is
holding its first-ever community book sale next Saturday at the Bess Press
warehouse in Kaimuki
Turtle Bay CEO counters they’re creating
Drew Stotesbury works for Replay Resorts, Inc, and is CEO, and
owners' representative for Turtle Bay Resort . The Supplemental
Environmental Impact Statement was recently released and you have a little over
a month to send in your comments.
So what’s the difference between a comic book and a graphic novel? We didn’t know either…
Slaughter is the Community Services Division Director for the University of
Hawai‘i at Mānoa Outreach College, which is sponsoring an art contest to
illustrate the Intergalactic Nemesis Live-Action Graphic Novel Book One: Target
Plus a real backyard band of brothers, today’s world view from Deutsche
Welle and the reality check, too. The NPR news is next.