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HB744; HEARTS; HB676; P.O.W. Art Show

It’s Tuesday, January 21 – From HPR2, it’s The Conversation

HB744: Kris Coffield

Kris Coffield

Kris Coffield is the co-founder and legislative director of the IMUA Alliance. You can read the group’s position on HB744 on HPR2 dot org.

Intro Music: Too Hot To Stop (Part One) by The Bar-Kays

Outro Music: Lazeez by Acoustic Alchemy

HEARTS Spring Production: Pam DeBoard

Pam DeBoard

Pam DeBoard is the Director of HEARTS, which is now registering students for its spring term.   HEARTS teaches choral music, dance, voice and musical theatre to children and youth, and puts on a show at the end of the term.

Intro Music: Future Starts Slow by The Kills

Outro Music: Love You Like A Love Song by L.A. Studio Band

HB676: Bill Hoshijo

Bill Hoshijo

Bill Hoshijo is the Executive Director of the Hawai`i Civil Rights Commission. The HCRC is the agency responsible for enforcement of Hawai`i state civil rights laws prohibiting discrimination in employment, housing, public accommodations, and state-funded services. The Judiciary Committee will its decision about HB676 HD1 this afternoon.

Intro Music: Machu Picchu by The Strokes

Outro Music: Chelsea Dagger by The Fratellis

P.O.W. Art Show: Helen Turner

Helen Turner

Helen Turner is one of the artists in a new show at the Kukui Grove Shopping Center called POW Art! (Pastels, Oils, Watercolors).

Intro Sounds: Falling Birds by The Polar Dream

Outro Music: Paint The Rust by The Dodos

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