Monthly Archives: June 2009

Native Hawaiian Perspectives on Renewable Energy

An extraordinary dialogue began Wednesday night at UH-Manoa’s Kamakakuokalani Center for Hawaiian Studies as four Native Hawaiians spoke freely about renewable energy’s future in Hawaii. The issue of Native Hawaiian rights and cultural practices runs through every discussion about expanding … Continue reading

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Junior League of Honolulu: Community Asset, Wahine in Hawaii Business partner

Nine years ago I made an important decision. I became a member of the Junior League of Honolulu. Up until then that kind of “joining” wasn’t my style. I was in a head-down mode trying to get H&P off the … Continue reading

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Neighbor Island politics: bring baked goods & humility

Politics are certainly different on the Neighbor Islands, Richard Borreca writes in Sunday’s (6/14) Honolulu Star-Bulletin. He gives a heads-up note to Oahu-based candidates looking to run statewide for Governor. Borreca has been watching Hawaii politics for more than 30 … Continue reading

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H&P's HP printer not built for obscelence

I am sad to report that our Hewlett Packard laser printer—the black & white HP 5MP—is dying. This is not a complaint.  It’s a tribute and a mournful goodbye. Our 5MP must approach 15 years old. They don’t make ’em … Continue reading

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