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It’s Tuesday, May 29 – From HPR2, it’s The
Summertime and the job hunt ain't easy.
Dwight Takamine heads
the Department of Labor and Industrial Relations. He served in the state
legislature for 26 years, representing Hilo, Honokaa and Waimea. He was
chairman of the Senate Labor Committee, House Labor and Public Employment
Committee, House Finance Committee and House Water and Land Committee. Dwight
spent 30 years practicing law in Hawaii with a general focus on labor related
Teaching America to sing... again.
Keith Haugen and pakini master Frank Uehara are
coming to HPR’s Atherton Studio on Saturday, June 9 in a tribute to the late
Burl Ives and the folk music tradition.
Separatng the trees from the forest... reserve.
Dr. Robert Shallenberger is a conservation biologist with a long history
in Hawaii. He the former Hawaii Island
Director for the Nature Conservancy and was the manager of more than a dozen
Pacific Island National Wildlife Refuges, including Midway Atoll.
A coffee, a connection and a nudge in the
Curtis Kropar is the
Executive Director of Hawaiian Hope, which is opening a 50-computer Internet
Café in Waianae.
Plus a supernatural backyard, today’s reality check and the world view from Aljazeera…
now the NPR news…