The Conversation: Wednesday, December 13th, 2017
Waikiki Natatorium; Release of Intergalactic Map; The Captured Economy; Hawaii Non-Profits
Mayor Mulls Plans for the Waikiki Natatorium
Today the Waikiki War Memorial Natatorium exists as a crumbling relic, a civic embarrassment that has endured in its dilapidated state for a half century.
Intro Music: Dive by Tycho
Outro Music: Lyle Smiles by Jim Beloff, Hal Blaine
Who Benefits Most From Regulation?
There is a relationship between income inequality and economic growth, but it’s not the one you think.A new book explores the connections between inequality, growth, and regulation.
Intro Music: Swagger by Mocean Worker
Outro Music: 80's Life by the Good, The Bad, and The Queen
Local Supercluster Orbits Mapped
Our home galaxy of the Milky Way resides in a “supercluster” of more than 100,000 other galaxies. The orbits of those galaxies have been mapped for the first time.
Outro Music: Tape Machine by STRFKR
Civil Beat Reality Check
A Civil Beatsurvey shows overwhelming support for medical aid in dying, or “death with dignity,” among Hawaii residents polled.
Outro Music: It's Not Christmas 'Til You Come Home by Norah Jones
Partners In Development Year End Review
This is a time of year when non-profits review their mission, their budget, and their impact on the community as part of a year-end assessment.
Intro Music: A Happy Place - Product.01 by Katie Melua
Outro Music: Let There Be Horns by RJD2