Domestic Violence and Law Enforcement; Dylanesque; Ono Pono Seafood Program; Chamber Music Season
Wednesday, September 24th – from HPR2, it’s The Conversation
Domestic Violence and Law Enforcement: Senator Laura Thielen
It may be one domestic violence incident, but members of the Women’s Legislative Caucus say the issue involving Sgt. Darren Cachola is another example of deeper troubles lurking within the Honolulu Police Department. The caucus met yesterday with HPD Police Chief to call for more transparency in reporting and the accountability of officers. Sen Laura Thielen is a member of the caucus and joined us by phone with her take on what’s next.
Intro Music: The High Road by Broken Bells
Outro Music: The Only Moment We Were Alone by Explosions in the Sky
It often seems as if Bob Dylan’s songs are an amalgam of every possible American music style. For fifty years now, he has adapted his musical influences to his own vision, creating a body of work that is going to be adapted, in its turn, for generations to come. As guitarist-impresario Sonny Silva is finding out with his upcoming tribute show, Dylanesque, the Master’s songs can be re-imagined any number of ways. Sonny Silva and Duane Padilla are part of the musical lineup for Dylanesque, which will be performed September 29th and 30th at Mano’a Valley Theatre.
Intro Music: Lay Lady Lay by David T. Walker
Outro Music: Like A Rolling Stone by The O'Neill Brothers Group
Ono Pono Seafood Pilot Project: James Koshiba
James Koshiba is the co-founder of Kanu Hawaii. The nonprofit organization is dedicated to building a grassroots movement for environmental and economic sustainability rooted in personal commitments to change. Its latest venture, The Ono Pono Seafood Pilot Program, hopes to help address the fact that 90% of worldwide fisheries have collapsed or are depleted due to pollution and/or overfishing. The project launches October 3rd and James Koshiba joined us in studio to talk about it.
Intro Music: Dollar Underwater by Moonlit Sailor
Outro Music: Oh, Good Morning by Last Lungs
Chamber Music Season: Jonathan Korth
Chances are whatever associations you may have with the term “chamber music,” they would be incomplete. Today’s chamber music can and does include much that is new and challenging along with the traditional. Jonathan Korth has put together a varied program for the upcoming Honolulu Chamber Music Series season that draws on the best of this expanding worldwide scene, and he joined us this morning.
Intro Music: Damaged Goods III: About Time by Eighth Blackbird
Outro Music: Haydn - String Quartet No. 51 in G Major, Op. 64, No. 4, Hob.III: 66: IV. Finale: Presto by Minetti Quartet