Dangers of Journalism; Fiddler on the Roof; Homeless Dad; Pioneering Graphic Designer
Tuesday, August 26th – from HPR2, it’s The Conversation
War journalism is a dangerous business... especially in Syria. According to The Committee to Protect Journalists, Syria is the most dangerous country in the world for journalists, with at least 70 killed while covering the conflict. Last week, that statistic grew to include James Foley. Reporting from war zones has always been full of peril, but has that danger changed? Former Vietnam war correspondent Denby Fawcett joined the show to take a look.
Intro Music: Recover (Cid Rim Remix) by CHVRCHES
Outro Music: Backyard Quiz Theme by Jon de Mello
Joyce Maltby is the recipient of twenty Po’okela Awards for acting and directing, and her latest production of “Fiddler on the Roof” is auditioning at Hawaii Pacific University’s Paul and Vi Loo Theatre on September 5th, 6th, and 8th.
Intro Music: Fiddler On the Roof by Cannonball Adderly
Outro Music: Finale by Fiddler on the Roof
Many of us talk about homelessness but few of us live it. Diana Kim lives it. No she’s not homeless, but her mentally ill father lives on the streets and as she can, she helps. She chronicles her efforts and what she sees in the homeless communities and says there is much we don’t know or simply don't consider. Diana Kim joined the show to share her experiences and observations.
Intro Music: I Feel It All by Feist
Outro Music: Dye by Tycho
What is it like to be first? Especially when you’re the very first? In this case, the best way to give you a graphic illustration, is to give you the first herself -- Momi Cazimero. Born and raised in Pepe’ekeo and Hilo, she’s come a long, long way, and has has led the way for many “Designing Women.” She's the founder of Hawaii’s first graphic design company and she joined the show to talk about her experiences.
Intro Music: Proud To Be by The Brothers Cazimero
Outro Music: Panini Puakea by The Brothers Cazimero