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Tuesday, April 2 – From HPR2, it’s The Conversation
sinkholes, we have potholes
is the Senior Vice President of the Paving Division at Grace Pacific
Corporation. He has been in the construction industry since 1973 and with Grace
Pacific Corporation since 1982. He currently serves on the Board of Directors
for the General Contractors Association (GCA) of Hawaii, and he is also a
Co-State Director for the National Asphalt Pavement Association.
Musical Imagination in the Imaginarium
Magnussen, composer, is the author of “Road Trip” a new work of electronic
music that will be given its debut performance Saturday at the Windward
Community College Imaginarium.
become homeless as a good business move
When a man
chooses teaching as a career, and invests a lot of time and effort to make it a
reality—the long hours of classes, the student loans, finding a job—well, it’s
a hard lesson learned when he realizes that the salary of the profession he
loves makes getting ahead and out of debt almost impossible without taking a
drastic step: becoming homeless to become financially solvent. That’s the step
that teacher David Gardner (pseudonym) has taken.
And at last,
Melveen, all dat kine Jazz!
will sing jazz Friday and Saturday night in Lahaina, Maui as part of the Maui
Jazz Society’s annual Front Street Jazz and Blues Walk.
plants in backyard, today’s reality check, and the world view from Al Jazeera.
First, the news from NPR.