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Town Square
4:20 pm
Thu August 28, 2014

Town Square: Universal Breakfast for School Kids

The benefits of breakfast have filled conversations for decades, but a lot of kids -for whatever reason- don't eat it. On August 18, the Kona Pacific Public Charter School made history: It was the first to offer universal breakfast to all students in their classrooms. We took an in-depth look at the program with guests Christ Hecht, the school's Executive Director, the head of the Hawaii Public Charter Schools Network ,Lynn Finnegan and Gavin Thornton, Deputy Director of the program's partner, the Hawaii Appleseed Center for Law and Economic Justice.  

The Body Show
7:35 pm
Mon August 25, 2014

The Body Show: After Summer Skin Care

 After summer,  what can you do if you've had a little too much fun in the sun?  Aesthetician Dawn Sunada and Dorothy Maurice, a physician’s assistant at Kaiser Permanente will be in the studio to talk about post summer skin care, including lasers, lotions, peels, and prevention.

Town Square
8:55 pm
Thu August 21, 2014

Town Square: Hawaii's disaster response

  For years we were warned that Hawai‘i was due for a hurricane. Tropical Storm Iselle made that warning real. Now after a few weeks, and as Big Island districts dig out, how would you grade Hawai‘i’s response before, during and after the storm? Maui Mayor Alan Arakawa and State Emergency Management Agency Executive Director, Vern Miyagi join other TBA panelists to consider that question…and how Hawai‘i preps for next time.  

The Body Show
8:01 pm
Mon August 18, 2014

The Body Show: COPD

  Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, or COPD, is the 3rd leading cause of death in the US. More than 50% of adults with low lung function don't know it's caused by this disease. Valerie Chang from the Hawaii COPD Coalition shares her story and talks in depth about how to know if you are at risk for COPD - and what you can do about it

Bytemarks Cafe
8:49 pm
Wed August 13, 2014

Bytemarks Cafe: iOS Programming and Ingress

  Joining us today is Shu Chen from the Organization for the Understanding of Dynamic Languages to tell us about an iOS programming series. Then we have Carmille Lim from Common Cause Hawaii to tell us about Civic Celerator apps built from Campaign Spending Data. Finally, we'll learn the finer details of an addictive game called Ingress, previously only on Android now available on iOS.  

The Body Show
8:38 pm
Mon August 11, 2014

The Body Show: Lasers in standard medical care

  Lasers used to be science fiction but now they've gone mainstream and have been used to treat many common medical problems like arthritis, skin diseases and more. Today on the Body Show we'll talk with an expert about the studies done by the FDA that suggest that there might be even more reasons to consider lasers in the standard of medical care.   

Town Square
8:24 pm
Thu August 7, 2014

Town Square: Two days till the primary

  Two days to go before Primary Day, and it’s a good bet your mind is made up. Political analyst and contributing editor of The Conversation, Neal Milner, considers the state of the campaigns, the issues that drive them and what has emerged in the last week before the majority of voters make their choices. 

Bytemarks Cafe
8:37 am
Wed August 6, 2014

Bytemarks Cafe: DevLeague, eSports, & Social entrepreneurship

  Joining us today is Jason Sewell from the Dev League to tell us about their upcoming class. Then we have Jason Lai from eSports Hawaii to tell us about Gamer Expo 2014. Finally, we'll talk about social entrepreneurship and creating an Impact Hub with Shanah Trevenna, Brandon Askew and Matt Johnson. 

The Body Show
8:25 pm
Mon August 4, 2014

The Body Show: Stress

Stress is coming after us. Physical, emotional, chemical... it’s all around and can be contributing to worsening health and disease. Jack Ebner, PhD, is a biophysiologist, and has a plan to improve health with corrective nutrition. We’ll be taking a different approach to “doctoring” and talk about the keys of prevention and how to live a healthier life, because it’s never too late.  

Town Square
8:05 pm
Thu July 31, 2014

Town Square: The Strategy of War

Wars continue and we seem shocked when civilians – especially children -are maimed or killed. But the US has historically engaged in practices to win wars that have injured and killed civilians – its own and those in other countries. So how does this affect our judgments of war and why do we often want war to be waged with compassion? Next on Town Square, a conversation few want to talk about: the strategy of war. Brad Glosserman, Executive Director of Pacific Forum CSIS and HPU Social Sciences Chair Carlos Juarez guest.

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