The Conversation
12:58 pm
Tue July 30, 2013

Micro-Loans, Poetry by Steve Shrader, UH Law School, Tenzing-Hillary Everest Marathon

It’s Tuesday, July 30 – From HPR2, it’s The Conversation

When the bank says no, two women on a mission could say yes

Denise Albano is half of Food for Thought. She and her business partner, Patti Chang, offer micro loans to deserving individuals and programs who can't qualify for a bank loan. There is a catch- the loans must be for food sustainability.

Poetry without rhyme: we've got more reasons

Susan Schultz is the editor of Tinfish Press, which is releasing a new volume of Steve Shrader’s work.  She is the author of "She's Welcome to Her Disease" [Dementia Blog, Volume Two].

Celebrating four decades of home grown attorneys

Allen Hoe is a keiki o ka aina, born when Hawaii was still a Territory. He is a graduate of the Inaugural Class of the University of Hawai‘i School of Law in 1976. He was the first University of Hawai‘i graduate to be appointed to a per diem Judge position in 1982 by then Chief Justice William S. Richardson

A guy who can justifiably say, "I'm at the Top of the World, Ma!"

Craig Longobardi is a Petty Officer 3rd Class in the United States Coast Guard who has just returned from the 2013 Tenzing-Hillary Everest Marathon.

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