Today on Town Square: Homelessness in Paradise11/14/14
The Institute for Human Services is planning a program to help some homeless people return to their home states and it wants to spread the word that...
Town Square: 2014 Election Debrief
The election is over, now what? Neal Milner and Colin Moore weigh in on where we go from here. We’ll consider what the election results mean and how...
Town Square: Duke Aiona
In the last of our series of conversations with gubernatorial candidates Ige, Hanneman and Aiona. This week we talk with GOP candidate Duke Aiona. How...
Town Square: Mufi Hannemann
Next in our series of conversations with gubernatorial candidates Ige, Hanneman and Aiona: this week we talk with Mufi Hannemann. What is he saying...
Town Square: David Ige
Host Beth-Ann Kozlovich talks with Gubernatorial candidate David Ige about his campaign for Governor and his position on the issues facing our state.
Town Square: Charles Djou
There are candidate forums a plenty over the next six weeks before Hawai‘i votes on November 4, but how much access will you have to the people asking...
Town Square: Honolulu's plans to help the homeless
... and whether those plans are in sync with the State's. We'll look at best practices with Mathew Doherty, the Director of Initiatives for the US...
Town Square: The journey from the original 9/11 attack to today
The journey from the original 9/11 attack to today. As the enemy has changed and keeps morphing while attracting nationals from the western world, is...
Town Square: ALS fundraising campaign gone viral
Your news feeds in twitter, Facebook and whatever else you use are probably filled with pictures of people taking the ice bucket challenge. Now the ALS...
Town Square: Universal Breakfast for School Kids
The benefits of breakfast have filled conversations for decades, but a lot of kids -for whatever reason- don't eat it. On August 18, the Kona Pacific...
Town Square: The Strategy of War
Wars continue and we seem shocked when civilians – especially children -are maimed or killed. But the US has historically engaged in practices to win...
Town Square: Youth Activism
Youth Activism, Island Style. What defines it, how much power does it really wield and what social change is it driving? Our panel includes the founder...
Today on Town Square: Value of Hawaii 2, Palolo Pipeline Project
Midway through the Reagan years, the US entered into the Compact of Free Association with the Federated States of Micronesia. Today, many people...
Town Square: The Value of Hawaii 2
Four years ago, a collection of essays took Hawaii by storm. The Value of Hawaii quickly fueled conversations and went on to be taught in university...
Town Square: Maui Film Festival
It’s the first week of June…and that can only mean one thing: it’s time for the Maui Film Festival. Join us for our annual preview of some of the films...
Town Square: Hawaii's foster care system
Six months ago, there was a lawsuit challenging the amount of the stipend resource care givers - that would be foster parents to most of us- received...
Town Square: Historic Preservation
You might think that it would be easy to get agreement on which historic places should be preserved…unless you’ve actually been involved with historic...
Town Square: Kupuna Care
There's a sensitive issue that's causing a split in the senior community. At the center of it is the question of what money should pay for home and...
Today on Town Square: Mental Illness
Often it’s only after a news story about a violent act enters the public consciousness that we find out mental illness was involved. How are signals...
Town Square: Teacher Evaluations
On this episode of Town Square, our panel of teachers sound off about the new teacher evaluation - what they say is reasonable and what isn't- about...
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