library

This week we're taking the show out of the studio and broadcasting live-to-tape from the Hawaii State Library in downtown Honolulu. All of the music will be selected from the library's collection and then reshelved for you to borrow the next day.

This show will go more into indie and classic rock with a little world music mixed in. 

This week we're taking the show out of the studio and broadcasting live-to-tape from the Hawaii State Library in downtown Honolulu. All of the music will be selected from the library's collection and then reshelved for you to borrow the next day.

Tonight's show will be a little Hawaiian, a little Americana and a little indie rock. 

Tonight's show was recorded live on location at the Hawaiʻi State Public Library's main branch in Honolulu and features Hawaiian music pulled exclusively from their audio collection then re-shelved. If any of tonight's music piques your interest, please do check it out from your nearest public library - you can use their helpful app to easily request and check out books! Just make sure you pay your fines first.

The Conversation: Friday, August 12th, 2016

Aug 12, 2016
Wikipedia

Outlook for the E-Cig Industry; A Local School Goes Paperless; Future of HART


Noe Tanigawa
Noe Tanigawa

 

  

   Libraries across the country are undergoing a sea change in public perception.  In their 2015 report, the American Library Association charted a 20.7% increase in library usage over the last decade.  That’s because libraries are becoming much more than a resource for books, HPR’s Noe Tanigawa reports they are increasingly technology and community hubs.