David Edelstein is a film critic for New York magazine and for NPR's Fresh Air, and an occasional commentator on film for CBS Sunday Morning. He has also written film criticism for the Village Voice, The New York Post, and Rolling Stone, and is a frequent contributor to the New York Times' Arts & Leisure section.
A military attorney explains the importance of recent letters of censure issued by the Secretary of the Navy over the Red Hill fuel contamination; Kaiser Permanente Hawaiʻi offers free classes entitled "Parenting After Tragedy"; this week's Manu Minute highlights the ʻōʻū, a native bird that hasn't been seen in the wild in decades; and Hawaiʻi Public Radio President and General Manager José Fajardo shares a health update, living with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS)
The Department of Defense issued letters of censure last week against three retired admirals for their leadership failures that led to fuel contamination and the spill of toxic firefighting foam at Red Hill. But is it considered a punishment? A military attorney said not at all.