Noe Tanigawa

Arts & Culture reports from HPR's Noe Tanigawa

Na Wai 'Eha, Maui's Four Great Waters Part 1

ShareThisHawai`i’s Water Commission is continuing its review of applications for use permits within the Na Wai ‘Eha Surface Water Management Area. At stake are the water resources in one of Hawai`i’s most celebrated and productive regions. HPR’s Noe Tanigawa visited Maui for this report, the first in a series about how water use decisions today will determine the island’s future.
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"The Great Kaua'i Train Robbery" Lee Cataluna's new play at Kumu Kahua

ShareThisHawai’I’s only train robbery was a daring heist, committed in February 1920 on Kaua’i. Kumu Kahua Theatre is presenting a play based on that incident and written by a relative of the accused robber. In this little known incident, Kekaha Sugar Plantation’s entire payroll was stolen after all passengers were forced off the Kaua’i Plantation Railway.
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Maui Tea Party

ShareThisFourteen percent of likely voters in Hawai’I identify with the Tea Party, according to a survey by the Rasmussen Report.
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Inside the Honolulu Fire Department's Kaka'ako station

ShareThisHonolulu’s Fire Department is the oldest west of the Rockies, with over eleven hundred firefighters, five battalions and 44 stations around O’ahu. Next Friday, the HFD headquarters in Kaka’ako will welcome guests in a benefit for the Firefighters’ Foundation. HPR’s Noe Tanigawa offers an advance look behind the scenes.
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Sanit Khewhok, a few words from the man

ShareThisSanit Khewhok has been an important member of Hawai’I’s art community for over two decades. Born in Thailand, where he was Assistant Director of the National Gallery, he served as Collections Manager at the Contemporary Museum for 19 years and continues as curator for Hawai’I Pacific University’s gallery.
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