Hamakuapoko Wells; "Quartet"; Typhoon Haiyan Relief; "Queens of the Night"
It’s Tuesday, November 12 – From HPR2, it’s The Conversation
Robert Karpovich is a mechanical engineer specializing in corrosion control in pipes and vessels. After his retirement from Exxon, he came to Maui in 1984, and worked as a consultant in construction projects including water system requirements. He also provided background information that led to the banned use of the Hamakuapoko Wells for Human Consumption.
Intro Music: Ode to a Butterfly by Nickel Creek
Outro Music: Pauao Liko Ka Lehua
Jo Pruden is one of four cast members in “Quartet” which opens Thursday at Mano’a Valley Theater.
Intro Music: Party With Children by Ratatat
Outro Music: Sextet from Lucia by John Kirby Sextet
Edmund Aczon is the Chairman of the Board of Directors at the Filipino Community Center in Waipahu. He was also formerly the President of Aczon Construction and a field representative at the office of Senator Daniel Inouye. If you would like to find more information about how you can help with Typhoon Haiyan relief efforts, click here or call 1-800-RED-CROSS.
Intro Music: Beginning to Blue by Still Corners
Outro Music: Chloe by Piano Tribute Players
Alex Rogals is director and co-author of “Queens of the Night,” a U-H Mano’a Theater Department’s Late Night Series production. The premiere performance happens this Saturday.
Intro Sounds: Tell Me How Long by Caro Emerald
Outro Music: Anything Can Happen by Ellie Golding