Long View; Aiea Dance; Sustainable Development; Jake Shimabukuro
It’s Wednesday, November 27 – From HPR2, it’s The Conversation
Political analyst Neal Milner is the contributing editor of our biweekly segment, The Long View. He’ll be back on December 11 for the next installment of the conversation.
Intro Music: Despicable Dogs by Small Black
Outro Music: Backyard Quiz Theme by Jon de Mello
Desiree Cremer is the dance teacher at Aiea High School and the director of Aiea Repertory Dance Company. Her program’s Ballet and Modern Dance Celebration 2013 runs the next three Saturdays.
Intro Music: Cups by Anna Kendrick
Outro Music: Bruises by Chairlift
Rob Kinslow is a sustainability consultant, public speaker, & social entrepreneur. Since coming to Hawaii, he says he’s provided more than 25000 hours of community service. He has been a farmer, engineer, a filmmaker, and now can add recent HPU graduate with a master degree in Global Leadership & Sustainable Development.
Intro Music: Yet Again by Grizzly Bear
Outro Music: Deep In The Sand by Budos Band
Jake Shimabukuro and friends will perform at the Hawaii Theater on Saturday.. It’s the last show on his 2013 tour calendar.
Intro Sounds: Island Fever Blues by Jake Shimabukuro
Outro Music: Gone Fishing by Jake Shimabukuro