The Conversation: Tuesday, November 6th 2018

Nov 6, 2018

KSBE Tree Harvest; DLNR Land Acquisition; Eating Up Easter Debuts at HIFF; Seabury Hall Presents “Anything Goes”

 

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KSBE Tree Harvest

  

Credit www.ksbe.edu

 Kamehameha Schools Bishop Estate will know after next week whose in the running to take over harvesting a portion of its Eucalyptus forest in the Hamakua area. Initially, there were said to be some 20 interested parties. We talked to the Big Island’s asset manager Marissa Harman about what happens once it decides who to award the short-term lease to.

Intro Music: Echo Arms by Mr. Twin Sister

Outro Music:  Seasons (Waiting on You) by Future Islands

 


DLNR Land Acquisition

Credit David G. Concepcion

  A large piece of undeveloped land in Oahu’s Ko’olau mountain range is now preserved in perpetuity for the public. The state Department of Land and Natural Resources acquired the property to be set aside for recreational activities like hiking and hunting. But accomplishing that took a lot of help and a lot of money. Hawaii Public Radio’s Ryan Finnerty tells us more.

Intro Music: 2am by Slightly Stoopid

Outro Music: The Facts by Afta-1

 

 


 

 

Reality Check

Credit Cory Lum

It’s now time for our segment we call the Reality Check with our partners at Honolulu Civil Beat. Blaze Lovell joins us with a snapshot of early voting on this General Election day.

Outro Music: Up In The Air by Lime Cordiale

 

 


Eating Up Easter Debuts at HIFF

Credit https://eatingupeaster.com/the-film/

  Eating up Easter is the title of a film about Rapa Nui. We talked to director Sergio Rapu about why he felt the need to make the documentary. The film explores the struggles of the Easter Island community as it tries to strike a balance with culture, the environment, and the economy,  Rapu went to school here in Hawaii but was actually born in Rapa Nui. You can see the film this Friday at 5:30 pm and Saturday at 11 am at the 38th Annual Hawaii International Film Festival Presented by Halekulani.

Intro music: Oats in the Water by Ben Howard

Outro Music: Taea by Tumu Tapu

 

Seabury Hall Presents “Anything Goes”

Credit Peter Swanzy

  Anything Goes. It’s a Cole Porter classic but it may have been a way to describe the early humble days of theater arts at Maui’s Seabury Hall.

When David Ward first set foot on the campus little did he know it would become his life's work. Looking back he couldn’t be prouder of the productions over the years and the community that embraced him.

Intro Music: Anything Goes by Cole Porter (piano)

Outro music: Blow, Gabriel, Blow by Patti LuPone, anything Goes Ensemble (1987)