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It’s Tuesday, December 4 – From HPR2, it’s The
Fair trade fish trade trade off?
Matthew Ross is a
full time aquarium industry fisherman. He's also part of a group in the
tropical fish industry working with the Dept of Land and Natural Resources to
introduce regulations for the aquarium fishery on Oahu. He studied Marine Biology at the University
of Hawaii and worked as diver and technician on research projects.
ten string twenty finger orchestra comes to the Atherton.
Padilla, violinist, and Shoji Ledward, guitarist, will present a guided tour of
the world of jazz this Saturday at 7:30 at HPR’s Atherton Performing Arts
Students caught between the rules and the
Dan McLaughlin teaches special education at Roosevelt High School and is the school's
teacher union rep. He's working on getting teachers and other supporters out
for a bit of sign waving for this Thursday. He says the union is
riding the coat tails of a grassroots campaign where the real strength to fix
Hawaii's education system really lies.
million voices, one moment of song to heal the Earth.
Nelson is a classical singer who is on a 99-day journey around the world to
promote a “global moment of song” on December 21. Her goal: to rally 15 million
people worldwide to learn and sing a Nigerian song, “Ise Oluwa,” at the same
moment on that date. The campaign is
called “One Earth, One Voice.”
the usual assortment of everyday treats: the reality check, the backyard quiz
and today, the world report from Al Jazeera… next the news… from NPR.