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Outlook for Wahiawa General; Musical Tour of South America; Affordability of Public Universities; Hawaiian Land Trust


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USGS Study of Black Band Coral Disease; Production of "The Best Man"; New Rules for Interacting with Spinner Dolphins; Community Gardening

    

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  Maybe this is the scene at your house: it's 11:15 PM and your middle or high school student is still working on the day's assignments. By the time she's finished, she'll get six or so hours of sleep...and start the next day tired. With sleep-deprived kids at school, little family time and afternoons dominated by sports and other activities, many teachers and parents question the place homework has in children's lives. To assign or not to assign homework today on Town Square.

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Evolution of Our Response to Terror; Oahu Trivia Champs; MADD’s Legislative Agenda; Unifying Cultures Through Ethnobiology

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New Submersible ROV from Schmidt Ocean Institute; Okinawan Festival; From the Farm; Halloween Themed Drama Program for Kids


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Returning to Business After Hep-A; New Hawaii Crime Thriller; Extension of the Emergency Homelessness Proclamation; Talking Hula on Maui

Bouncing Back to Profitability After Hep-A: Gregg Fraser

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  Today on Bytemarks Café, we’ve heard educators modify STEM to STEAM to include science, technology engineering ART & math. We’ll find out how several science organizations incorporate an artist in residence and what that brings to the program.

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Interim HART Leadership; Team India Polo; Succulent Kokedama Design                          .

HART Leadership Reorganization: Mike Formby 

     

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Experienced Teacher Turned Down by DOE; Learning Polynesian Wayfinding; The Future of A&B Land on Maui


He Lono Moku
He Lono Moku

 A consortium of 17 organization has come together to produce Hawaii's first State of the Environment report, called He Lono Moku. The report tackles three main areas: freshwater security, renewable energy and community-based marine management. This week's panel brings together experts in those areas to discuss this year's report.

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Pay Raise for DOE Administrators; 2016 Greek Festival; From The Farm; Ho’olaule’a In Hana

Pay Raises for DOE Administrators: Corey Rosenlee

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Education for the Future; Stand-Up Bass; How Different Levels of Government Affect You; A New Independent Film Made in Hawaii


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  With school back in session kids are once again in the classroom, which can be a petri dish for spreading infections.  How do we keep germs out of the curriculum this year?  Tonight on the Body Show Dr. Kathy Kozak will discuss what parents can do to keep kids healthy in school.

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Kanu Hawaii / Flickr

  The rest of the country is focused on the general election, in Hawaii it's all about our primary. UH Public Policy Center Director Colin Moore and HPR contributing editor Neal Milner take a look at the state's key races - and we want to hear from you. 

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  Today on Bytemarks Cafe, we’ll delve deep into space and follow up on a topic that is near and dear to our hearts: exoplanets. New discoveries of planets orbiting other stars are frequent, so two experts from the Institute for Astronomy will help us understand why they matter.  

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Elizabeth Hahn / Flickr

  We'll look at Hawaii through the eyes of the Millennial Generation - and why some say their priorities are shifting now that they're in their 30's. 

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  What happens when doctors get sick? Are they really the worst patients? Do they just diagnose themselves? Today on the Body Show, Dr. Kathy Kozak talks with the other Dr. Kozak, her brother Bill, about his journey from doctor to patient and back, and how seeing their job from the other side can affect their customer service.

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University of Hawai‘i News / Flickr

  We’ll get an update on the second launch of Project Imua from the NASA Wallops Flight Facility. The project is a collaboration among four community colleges to build a payload with data collecting experiments and their launch date is set for Aug 16th.

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  The Comprehensive Addiction and Recovery Act has the potential to substantially change how addiction is prevented and treated.  It's a nonpartisan Congressional initiative now waiting for the President's signature.  Today on Town Square, we'll continue our look at this piece of legislation and what its provisions can do - if the act becomes law and funded enough to allow the strategy to work.

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  Cancer.  If you hear that word from your doctor, you often don’t hear much else.  What are the next steps if you or a loved one is diagnosed with this disease?  Tonight on The Body Show we're talking with an expert about what happens when you hear those dreaded words and what your can do to make sure you’re receiving the latest in cancer treatments and care. 

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  The Every Student Succeeds Act is the Federal Government's new standard for education. Tonight on Town Square we'll meet with some the people helping create Hawaii's plan for meeting ESSA guidelines.

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  Today on Bytemarks Cafe, with the popularity of model drones and remote camera systems many are considering the business opportunities. We’ll learn about the latest in commercial unmanned aerial systems use and the agencies that regulate them.

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  How important is prenatal care mothers and babies? Tonight on The Body Show we'll go over some of the many factors that influence health of a newborn and limit complications during pregnancy. 

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Mathew Ursua / Flickr

  The police shootings in Baton Rouge and Minneapolis, and the officers shot and killed in Dallas, mean many communities are looking at their own community-police relations. That includes in Hawaii and we will too, next time on Town Square.

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  Tonight on the Body Show: exploring the theory and current practice of acupuncture. Dr. Kathy Kozak and her panel will address the myths and facts of acupuncture.

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  We hear it in Donald Trump’s presidential campaign to make America great again by bringing back jobs and saying no to trade deals, we see it in the BREXIT vote and in subsequent calls by other countries to do likewise and chart their own futures. 

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  We’ll find out what plans were made at the recent International Coral Reef Symposium. We’ve invited two of Hawaii’s preeminent coral researchers to detail what can be done to protect this important marine ecosystem? 

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  Subclinical hypothyroidism and adrenal fatigue, two often missed diagnoses, will be discussed today with Dr. Monique Yuen, naturopath expert. She'll explain why they are hard to diagnose when it's in the earliest stages, and how to treat these conditions before they get worse.

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Pacific Business News

  Today on Town Square, as Michael Titterton’s tenure ends, José Fajardo's is just beginning.  We’ll have a conversation with each chief about HPR's past and future - and why public radio is a lot like falling in love with the same person over and over again.

  Today on Bytemarks Cafe, we’ll talk with a fresh new crop of the latest Blue Startup cohort. These new companies get accelerated with mentoring and a small startup investment. What else will it take to nurture them, and build Hawaii’s ‘Startup Paradise’? 

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