Ho'opili, Lincoln Symposium, Geothermal on Hawaii Island, Barry Flanagan

May 22, 2013

It’s Wednesday, May 22 – From HPR2, it’s The Conversation

Keeping up the fight to keep Ho'opili out

Robert Harris is the Director of the Sierra Club Hawaii Chapter. He grew up in Kailua, attended UH from undergraduate days through law school. He serves on several boards and commissions, including the Hawaii State Bar Association and says if necessary, his organization will take the Ho'opili Koa Ridge case all the way to the Hawaii Supreme Court.

No script change necessary: when proclaiming truth is enough

Jeffrey Smith is an Assistant Professor in the Department of History at the University of Hawaii at Hilo. He’s hosting the James Oliver Horton Symposium on Abraham Lincoln this Saturday in Hilo and this Sunday in Manoa.

Getting out of hot water on the Big Island

Greggor Ilagan was born in the Philippines and moved to Hawaii when he was 7. He's five months into his first term as the councilman from Hawaii Island's District 4 and  he ran for his seat with public funding. Bill 78 to shift monies to a permanent relocation fund comes up before the Hawaii County Council on May 29.

Catching a wave of experiential education

Barry Flanagan is a guitarist and the leader of HAPA, which will be performing this Saturday at Surfer: The Bar at Turtle Bay Resort.