The Conversation: Thursday, July 19th, 2018
Sand Mining, Big Island Agriculture, Reality Check, Maile Documentary, Eli Trio
Sand Mining on Maui
A six-month moratorium on sand mining on Maui expires today. Lance Collin is an attorney who represents the community group Malama Kakanilua, which seeks to stop sand mining and development on Hawaiian burial grounds.
Intro Music: Back to the Chicken Shack by Jimmy Smith
Outro Music: San-Ho-Zay by Freddie King
Big Island Agriculture Pt. 2
Maureen Datta of Adaptations, Inc. offers her insight on the impact of volcanic eruptions on Big Island farmers. Adaptations Fresh Feast is a CSA that supplies subscribers with fresh, local produce.
Intro Music: Procissao by Gilberto Gil
Outro Music: Two Fish and Elephant by Khruangbin
Suevon Lee has a story today about the demise of a charter school on the Big Island and its effect on the Kau district, which has limited educational choices.
Outro music: Ali Baba by Louie Ramirez
Natalie Froussard produced a documentary focusing on the Maile’s cultural significance to Hawaii.
Outro Music: Maile Swing by Genoa Keawe
Ian O’Sullivan et al. Eli Trio Atherton
Violinists Nancy Shoop-Wu and Duane Padilla and classical guitarist Ian O’Sullivan, have taken followed varied musical paths since their years studying music at Yale -- but they have their years of study in common. Their upcoming Atherton concert will offer a showcase of those varied musical disciplines, performing as Eli 3.0 in salute to their alma mater.
Intro Music: The Night Marchers by Ian O'Sullivan
Outro Music: Lele Noa by Nancy Shoop-Wu