Latest news from - Hawaii feed

Latest news from - Hawaii feed

  1. Democrats Hope Sunday Obamacare Rallies Can Help Them Regain Momentum

    01.15 / 13:50 - Hawaii
    This week, the House and Senate took the first substantial step toward repealing Obamacare. Today, Democrats are holding rallies across the country, in an attempt to get some public momentum behind their longshot goal of blocking that effort. Congressional Democrats are organizing what they call a "Day of Action," with events scheduled from California to Illinois to Maine. And in a demonstration of just how much clout the runner-up candidate in last year's Democratic presidential primary…
  2. Helping Hand - EAH Housing 2017

    01.14 / 04:15 - Hawaii
    This week on Helping Hand , with stories relating to homelessness and the housing crisis in the Aloha State making news, we’re digging into the topic of the housing crisis and welcoming back EAH Housing , a nonprofit corporation that develops and manages low-income housing, playing a leadership role in housing advocacy efforts. HPR ATC Host Dave Lawrence speaks with EAH Housing Vice President Hawai‘i Kevin Carney. Helping Hand is a weekly feature on HPR1 stations and online here where all t…
  3. Bassist Kyle Eastwood's Colorful Life of Music

    01.14 / 04:13 - Hawaii
    Kyle Eastwood is in town for performances with his band in Honolulu. Son of longtime jazz fan Clint Eastwood , the bassist has had a string of successful jazz albums and had his music in a number of his father's films. During his Blue Note Hawaii run that concludes Saturday, he spent time with HPR All Things Considered Host Dave Lawrence and discussed topics including how his music tastes developed, working alongside his famous father on the film set, and how the process of scoring films…
  4. What the Trump Administration Could Mean for Hawai‘i Business

    01.13 / 20:17 - Hawaii
    With President-elect Donald Trump’s inauguration a week away, Pacific Business News took the temperature of local industries on their expectations of the new administration. PBN editor-in-chief A. Kam Napier has m…