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Innocence Project, Play: "Miss Saigon," GMO Bill 2491, Glass Blowing

It’s Thursday, August 1 – From HPR2, it’s The Conversation

What if you’re innocent AND proven guilty?


Barry Scheck, is a Professor of Law at the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law in New York City.  He and Peter Neufeld, Co-Founded and Co-Direct the Innocence Project. It uses DNA evidence to exonerate the wrongly convicted and works to bring about reform in the criminal justice system. 311 individuals have been exonerated through post-conviction DNA testing to date.

How guilty does an American feel about his innocent Vietnamese lover?


Jason Blake is the producer of Miss Saigon, which runs Monday nights at the Kaua`i Community College Performing Arts Center in Lihue all the way into December.

Could talking both sides of GMO be guilt-free?


Kevin Folta PhD is an Associate Professor and Chairman of the Horticultural Science Department at the University of Florida at Gainesville. He says he came to Hawaii to be  independent voice to talk both for and against the technology  at yesterday's  hearing and two public forums and is not  being compensated for his time.

Honokaa glass with a little gilt around the edges...or not.


Hugh Jenkins is a glass blower whose work, along with that of his wife and fellow glass-blower Stephanie Ross and watercolors on prepared silk from Clytie Mead, is being shown at Hawaii Island’s Volcano Art Center Gallery.

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