The Conversation: Wednesday, March 22nd, 2017
Dissonant Politics of ACA Replacement; Pacific Nations Prepare for Natural Disaster; The Operatic Massie Affair
At first glance the supports of the Republican plan to repeal and replace Obamacare appear to be the biggest losers, but Neal Milner shows us how all is not as it seems.
Intro Music: When U Love Somebody by Fruit Bats
Outro Music: Boiling Water by little hurricane
It takes a combination of skills, and a certain personality, to succeed as a theater director. Chelsea Campbell is a Leeward Community College Theater student who has been selected as a regional finalist in directing for the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival.
Intro Music: Synth Driver by American Babies
Outro Music: Wait Up For You by The Belle Game
Care home owners say illegal operators are dangerous for families and their legitimate facilities. Will lawmakers be able to do anything about it this session?
Intro Music: Among the Stars by Beau + Luci
Outro Music: When My Time Comes by Dawes
The Pacific Risk Management Ohana (PRiMO) is in Honolulu this week, bringing together experts and leaders from around the Pacific region to share knowledge and strategies for disaster preparation and climate change adaptation.
Outro Music: Gilded Age by Lotus
The Massey Affair is Hawaii’s equivalent of the Emmet Till case. The tragic case of deception and murder has been set to music and turned into an opera titled ‘The First Lie.’
Intro Music: Funeral from The First Lie
Outro Music: Overture from The First Lie