The Conversation: Wednesday, March 8th, 2017
The Roots of Poverty; Homelessness as a Medical Condition; The Big Bad Wolf Goes to Trial
Anti-poverty efforts may be starting too late in life to be effective, according to new research The roots of lifelong poverty set in earlier than
Intro Music: 3 Feet Deep by DJ Format
Outro Music: Hit From the Bong by Cyprus Hill
A love story of the ordinary, everyday encounters that add up to define our lives is the subject a new play from The Actors’ Group called ‘Coyotes’.
Intro Music: Lonely Lover by Xenia Rubinos
International Women's Day is a call to action for accelerating gender parity. On Oahu, members of labor union Local 5, the AiKea Movement, Women’s March Hawai’i, and the Hawaii State Teachers Association will march and rally in Waikiki.
Intro Music: I'm Every Woman by Chaka Khan
Outro Music: Look Around by Native Spirit
A senseless, accidental death often spurs those left behind to take action. The husband of a woman who drowned using a full-face mask while snorkeling on vacation in Hawaii is now trying to prevent the same fate for others.
Intro Music: Painting Greys by Emmit Fenn
Outro Music: Heartbroken, In Disrepair by Dan Auerbach
Hawaii State Senator Josh Green continues to push for homelessness to be treated as a medical condition, which would allow it to be addressed using Medicaid dollars.
Outro Music: Kitty's Back by Bruce Springsteen
Is the Big Bad Wolf an unrepentant villain or just a misunderstood caricature? Maui OnStage is holding a trial to determine his true motives once and for all.
Intro Music: Centro-Polka: Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf by F. Churchill, Alessio De Franzoni
Outro Music: Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf? by Disney's Greatest Hits