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Stormwater Runoff, Play: "Sound and Beauty," Baha'is Imprisonment in Iran, Keiki Art

It’s Tuesday, May 21 – From HPR2, it’s The Conversation

A better channel for stormwater discharge


Art Challacombe is the Deputy Director of the Department of Planning and Permitting for the City and County of Honolulu. It's his job to make sure developers adhere to the City’s Land Use Ordinance, construction, development, engineering, and architectural fields.

Beauty is in the ear of the be-hearer


Taurie Kinoshita is the director of the Hawaii premiere, at KumuKahuaTheatre, of  "Sound and Beauty," two one-act plays by David Henry Hwang.

The birthplace of Baha'i would see its demise


Mollie Sperry is a former four decade educator on Oahu and the Big Island. She's now the Secretary-General of the National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha’is of the Hawaiian Islands. This week,members are marking the five years that seven Baha'i leaders have been  imprisoned in Iran.

Creativity? How about spontaneous discipline?


Laurie Rubin is the Associate Director of the ‘Ohana Arts Performing Arts Festival and School. She’s also an operatic mezzo-soprano who has performed around the world and the author of the memoir “Do You Dream in Color?"

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