The Conversation: Wednesday, May 3rd, 2017
Pushback Against TAT Hike; New Alzheimer Treatment; Training the Next Generation of Journalists
The Hawaii Lodging and Tourism Association has come out in strong opposition to funding Honolulu’s rail project with an increase to the Transient Accommodation Tax.
Intro Music: Doubt (Summer Edit) by Shallou
Outro Music: Rexanimarum by Israel Nash
How do we prepare the next generation of journalists? Budding journalists will have to learn ways to earn back the public’s trust, and that’s a challenge Hawaii Baptist Academy Student Newspaper advisor Eunice Sim faces every day. She emphasizes the importance of the First Amendment and also stresses adherence to accuracy is key to reporting.
Intro Music: Big Thighs, NJ by Low Cut Connie
Outro Music: Nebraska by moe.
A last minute effort to fund Honolulu’s rail project appears to have gridlocked.
Intro Music: Animals Are Cut In Two by Half Handed Cloud
Outro Music: Facing The Sun by Treefight for Sunlight
A three-year, worldwide drug trial is looking for participants here in Hawaii to test a new medication for patients suffering from Alzheimer’s disease.
Outro Music: In Particular by Blonde Redhead
Acing that high-stakes audition is a crucial skill for any aspiring actor. A veteran actor and agent shares some tips of the trade.
Intro Music: It's My Life by No Doubt
Outro Music: I Gonna Wait No More (Instrumental) by No Doubt