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License Plate Surveillance, Youth Improv, Hawaii Island Incinerator, Contemporary Music

It’s Tuesday, August 6 – From HPR2, it’s The Conversation

A fishing license for your privacy


Vanessa Chong is the executive director of the ACLU of Hawaii. The national organization is leading the counter movement to stop license plate surveillance.

The art of performing without a plan


Kat Pacheco-Wolf is a veteran of the Youth Improv Learning Experience, a summer program sponsored by Mr. Aaron Presents.

Hawaii County Council has a message for the mayor: Incinerate this!


Margaret Wille is an attorney, educator and the Councilwoman from Kohala on the  Big Island.  She introduced Resolution 123 urging Mayor Billy Kenoi to consider alternatives beyond an incinerator for solid waste disposal. The council is scheduled to hear the final reading tomorrow morning.

The ebb and flow of contemporary music


Robert Pollock is a composer and pianist, and the founder of Ebb and Flow Arts, which is presenting a string quartet of musicians from the San Francisco Symphony performing music from the 20th & 21st centuries in a free concert at the A'ali'ikuhonua Creative Arts Center on the campus of Seabury Hall in Makawao.

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