The history of advocacy for people without a voice and power.. This week on Navigating the Journey, Marsha and guest Annelle Amaral will talk about the substantive history of advocacy for Native Hawaiians, women, elders, members of protected classes of individuals
The host for this episode is Marsha Joyner. The guest for this episode is Annelle Amara.
Developing international ties between Hawaii attorneys and attorneys in other countries.. In this episode of HSBA Living Legends Lawyers, Richard Turbin joins Craig Wagnild in the ThinkTech studio to talk about the work he has done to help develop international ties between Hawaii attorneys and attorneys abroad.
The host for this episode is Craig Wagnild. The guest for this episode is Richard Turbin.
What can we do to reverse the effects of climate change?. In this weeks episode of Hawaii, State of Clean Energy, Maria Tome and Anukriti Hittle discuss the work the DNLR is doing to mitigate the effects of climate change as well as ways of adapting to those changes.
The host for this episode is Maria Tome. The guest for this episode is Anukriti Hittle.
Local farmer & business woman speaks about her experiences growing & cultivating crops, business and mindfulness in Waimanalo. Manoa Chocolate will speak about their operations in Waimanalo and their involvement in the annual Parade of Farms event happening in May. They'll speak about how farming is a collaborative effort in Waimanalo and how it's important to learn more about local farmers, crops and products.
The host for this episode was Stephanie Mock. The guests for this episode is...
What Can We Expect Next?. On this episode of Community Matters, Neal Milner joins Jay Fidell to take a closer look at the announcement that The Department of Homeland Security will be keeping a list of media members and online influencers.
The host for this episode was Jay Fidell. The guest for this episode was Neal Milner.
Reg Baker Update. This week on Business in Hawaii, Ray Tsuchiyama and Reg Baker take a look at tax reform, tax season, SBA Awards www.HawaiiBusiness.com/HBSB18, SBA Bod Mtg, SBRRB, SBDC Board, EOCC and SBC.
The host for this episode was Ray Tsuchiyama. The guest for this episode was Reg Baker.
An Eye-Opening Experience!. This week on Where the Drone Leads we'll take a look at the University of Hawaii's Drone Boot Camp. Learn about how it started, what it did, and what is next?
The host for this episode was Ted Ralston. The guests for this episode were Dwight Takeno and Josh Levy.
MRSA, Flesh Eating Bacteria, Leptospirosis. On this weeks episode of Hicahi Talk, Gordon, Rix, and Donn Ariyoshi discuss 3 different types of virus. How you get them, the symptoms and preventive measures.
The host for this episode was Gordon Bruce. The guests for this episode were Rix Maurer and Donn Ariyoshi.
Hawai'i's Favorite Festival. This week on Book Worlds, Jay and Roger share some highlights from the Hawaii Book & Music Festival program.
The host for this episode was Roger Jellinek. The guest for this episode was Jay Fidell.
The Next Wave of Energy. In this episode of Hawaii, State of Clean Energy, Mike Hamnett and Jay Fidell talk with some students about the energy projects they are working on and what their thoughts on what the future may look like.
The host for this episode was Jay Fidell. The guests for this episode were Richard Wallsgrove, Natalie Moreland, Nathaniel Muller and Gavin Tom.
About Rowena Akana and the many positions she has taken as a Trustee at the Office of Hawaiian Affairs (OHA) RM 17-02 authorized an independent auditor.. Today on Navigating the Journey, Rowena M. Akan joins Marsha in the studio to discuss the recent increase of critical news about OHA’s recent spending on grants, sponsorships, and Limited Liability Companies (LLCs)...But this is definitely not news to Rowena.
The host for this episode was Marsha Joyner. The guest for this episode was...
How We Hurt Ourselves. This week on Much More On Medicine, Epidemiologist, Dan Galanis and Craig Thomas talk about the history and current trends in opioid epidemic benchmarked against impact of alcohol abuse and suicide.
The host for this episode was Craig Thomas. The guest for this episode was Dan Galanis.
Discover The Potential. Desoto and Martin discover the potential of ascending and descending in architecture in our tropical exotic paradise of Hawaii
The host for this episode was Martin Despang. The guest for this episode was Desoto Brown.
An Escape From Terror. The Cambodian Killing Fields are a number of sites in Cambodia where collectively more than a million people were killed and buried by the Khmer Rouge regime, during its rule of the country from 1975 to 1979, immediately after the end of the Cambodian Civil War (1970–1975). Today, a survivor tells of her family's escape from that terror, their experiences as war refugees, and the blessings and challenges of resettling in the US.
The host for this episode was Cheryl...
Making Battlefield Decisions. This episode of History Lens examines Lincoln's decision-making and the beginning of the Civil War. Lincoln served as the last American Commander-in-Chief who actually made battlefield decisions. We can compare him to many other presidents who served during wartime. Lincoln also had to confront many challenges early in the Civil War.
The host for this episode was Jon Davidann. The guest for this episode was Jay Fidell.
A Deeper Look at this Phenomenon. On this episode of Community Matters, Brett Oppegaard and Jay Fidell expand on the discussion had about the recent event of Sinclair Broadcasting Group requiring its news anchors from 193 local stations across the USA to read from a script decrying the dangers of fake news from other non-Sinclair owned news organizations.
The host for this episode was Jay Fidell. The guest for this episode was Brett Oppegaard.
Tim Apicella explores the recent event of Sinclair Broadcasting Group requiring its news anchors from 173 local stations across the US to read from a script decrying the dangers of fake news from other non-Sinclair owned news organizations. The host for this episode was Tim Apicella. The guest for this episode was Brett Oppegaard.
The seven planets orbiting around the TRAPPIST-1 star further our understanding of planet formation and the development of life on Earth. The seven planets orbiting the star TRAPPIST-1 are remarkable: they are similar in size to Earth and at least three of them could have liquid water on their surfaces. Here, we discuss this extraordinary finding and calculate, as part of a science project, the orbital properties of these seven planets. This research deals with identifying planets that are...
All About Leadership. What are the success factors in investing in startups? What are the key skill-sets and background required to succeed in the venture capital industry? What is lacking for high tech startups to flourish in Hawaii? Can there be a strategy to develop a high tech industry to employ talented Hawaii people? Any recommendations for Hawaii education and research, or business climate and regulations?
Rayfe Gaspar-Asaoka an Associate with Canaan Partners, sits down with Ray...