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Town Square
8:48 pm
Thu September 18, 2014

Town Square: Honolulu's plans to help the homeless

  ... and whether those plans are in sync with the State's. We'll look at best practices with Mathew  Doherty, the Director of Initiatives for the US Interagency Council on Homelessness; Jenny Lee, staff attorney at Hawai'i Appleseed Center for Law and Economic Justice; and Kathryn Xian, Executive Director of Pacific Alliance to Stop Slavery.

Bytemarks Cafe
8:13 pm
Wed September 17, 2014

Bytemarks Cafe: Creative Industries accelerator

  Joining us today is Rod Hinman from Hawaii Tech Pau Hana to tell us about their upcoming Meetup. Then we have Cindy Matsuki from the High Tech Development Corp to tell us about an upcoming SBIR workshop and Wetware Wednesday. Finally, we've invited Georja Skinner and Walter Dods III to tell us about the Creative Industries accelerator program.

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The Body Show
8:13 pm
Mon September 15, 2014

The Body Show: The windows to our world

  Our eyes, the windows to our world, are one of the most important senses that many of us have, and the loss of sight is devastating. Macular degeneration, diabetic eye damage, cataracts, all of these can affect our ability to see, especially as we get older.  On this show, we’ll talk with Dr. James Lai, an expert about the latest in the treatment of these common eye diseases and what to do now to prevent them.  
Town Square
8:04 pm
Thu September 11, 2014

Town Square: The journey from the original 9/11 attack to today

  The journey from the original 9/11 attack to today.  As the enemy has changed and keeps morphing while attracting nationals from the western world, is the U.S. responding well enough?  Our panel will consider that question and others through the course of the show.  

Bytemarks Cafe
8:35 am
Wed September 10, 2014

Bytemarks Cafe: Be Ready Manoa, Hiki No Awards, & HECo's recent PUC filing

  Joining us today is Helen Nakano to tell us about Be Ready Manoa. Then we have Liberty Peralta from PBS to tell us about the Hiki No Awards program. Finally, we'll find out from two clean energy experts, Jeff Mikulina and Rob Harris about HECO's recent PUC filing. 

The Body Show
8:24 pm
Mon September 8, 2014

The Body Show: Advanced Directive

  When you are sick and  can’t speak for yourself, the most important document you might need to have is an advanced directive. What is it and how can it help your family?  On this show we’ll talk with Dr. Carolin Hubbard, an expert in palliative care and how to make the decisions now that will  help you and everyone you love with end of life care. 
Town Square
8:03 pm
Thu September 4, 2014

Town Square: ALS fundraising campaign gone viral

  Your news feeds in twitter, Facebook and whatever else you use are probably filled with pictures of people taking the ice bucket challenge. Now the ALS awareness campaign started by one family to challenge some friends has gone beyond viral raising millions of unprecedented dollars. We'll talk with the head of the Golden West region, one of its trustees and the executive  director of the Hawaii Alliance of Nonprofit Organizations about this unlikely campaign and the creativity that's translating into cash.  

Bytemarks Cafe
11:25 am
Wed September 3, 2014

Bytemarks Cafe: Tech in Education

  How does the Hawaii Society for Technology in Education help integrate tech into education? What's the impact on student learning? Next time on Bytemarks Cafe, we’ll learn about the non-profit HSTE.

The Body Show
11:24 am
Mon September 1, 2014

The Body Show: Prostate Cancer

  Did you know that 1 in 7 men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in his lifetime? In fact, it’s the second leading cause of cancer death in men. Coming up on The Body show, we’ll talk with Steve Davidson and members of the prostate cancer coalition about the latest information spotlighting National Prostate Cancer Awareness Month. NOTE: This show is pre-recorded.

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.  

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