Solar, Flipster Furry Sketch Comedy, Making Sense of Micronesia, Women Behind Bars
It’s Tuesday, July 16 – From HPR2, it’s The Conversation.
Solar companies sweating out regular customers?
Henry Curtis is the executive director of Life of the Land. His response to the Civil Beat article about HECO’s claim that solar is making power more expensive for non solar customers is in Civil Beat today.
It’s like a trashy movie...only better...
Jordan T. Savusa is one of the authors and principal performers in Flipster Flurry; A Night of Sketch Comedy at Kumu Kahua theatre this weekend.
A macro view of Micronesia
Francis Hezel left his native New York and went to Micronesia to teach in 1963. Six years later, he was ordained as a Jesuit priest, and in 1972, he was appointed director of the Micronesian Seminar, a church-sponsored research institute. His most recent book, Making Sense of Micronesia, is published by the University of Hawai‘i Press.
And a Flipster Flurry in the Second City...and we don’t mean Kapolei.
Jerry Tracy is the director of the Aloha Performing Arts Company production of “Women Behind Bars…” The show runs until July 27 at Aloha Theater in Kealekekua