Special Report

The Projector

June 2017

Saturday, June 17

SLIDESHOW: End Of An Odyssey For Hokulea

May 2017

Thursday, May 25

Waikiki Beaches Contract While Ala Wai Canal Rises

Friday, May 19

What Goes On Inside A Craft Brewery

February 2017

Monday, February 13

The Projector: Protesters Wear What They Want Banned In ‘Trashion Show’

January 2017

Wednesday, January 18

The Projector: The Hawaii Legislature Is Back In Business

December 2016

Friday, December 30

The Projector: Images Of 2016

Friday, December 23

The Projector: If It’s Christmas, It Must Be The Obamas

Friday, December 9

The Projector: Five Days At Standing Rock

Wednesday, December 7

The Projector: Pearl Harbor, 75 Years Later

Thursday, December 1

The Projector: Rain Can’t Stop A Search For The Perfect Tree

November 2016

Wednesday, November 9

The Projector: General Election — The Day The Earth Stood Still

September 2016

Friday, September 16

The Projector: Close Encounters With Molten Lava

Friday, September 9

The Projector: Bringing Kaneohe Bay Coral Back From the Brink

Thursday, September 1

The Projector: Hawaii Welcomes World Conservation Congress

August 2016

Thursday, August 18

The Projector: Aloha, Congressman Mark Takai

Sunday, August 14

The Projector: Night Of Drama After Day Of Voter Apathy

Friday, August 12

The Projector: Maui’s Final Year Of Cane Burning

Friday, August 5

The Projector: Assault On Pyramid Rock Beach

July 2016

Wednesday, July 20

Scenes From Mark Takai’s All-Too-Short Congressional Career

Friday, July 15

The Projector: Stepping Back In Time Amid Native Birds, Plants

Friday, July 1

The Projector: Showing Off Hale Mauliola, A New Type Of Shelter

June 2016

Friday, June 24

The Projector: Taking Their Shots At Koko Head

Friday, June 10

The Projector: A Hawaii-Flavored Week In The Nation’s Capital

May 2016

Friday, May 27

The Projector: Despite Rail Turmoil, Just Another Day On The Job

Friday, May 20

The Projector: Honoring 46 Fallen Honolulu Police Officers

April 2016

Friday, April 29

The Projector: Crunch Time At The Legislature

Friday, April 22

The Projector: From Politics To Rail, Public Officials Make The Scenes

Friday, April 15

The Projector: A Week Of Heavy Legislative Lifting, And A Little Levity

March 2016

Friday, March 25

The Projector: Politics And Police

February 2016

Friday, February 26

The Projector: Mayor Takes A Stroll In Beleaguered Chinatown

January 2016

Friday, January 29

The Projector: Session Starts With Ambitious Plans And The Loss Of A Senator

Friday, January 15

The Projector: Paradise Can Be Perilous

December 2015

Thursday, December 31

The Projector: Images of 2015 — The New Governor, The TMT Fight And The Nomadic Homeless

Thursday, December 24

The Projector: Holidays In Hawaii — Shopping, Budgeting And Presidential Golf

Friday, December 18

The Projector: The Fish Auction Is A Morning Ritual At Pier 38

Friday, December 11

The Projector: Elite Surfers Ride Banzai Pipeline’s Monster Waves

November 2015

Friday, November 27

The Projector: Beautiful Survivors

Friday, November 13

The Projector: A Grand-Nephew’s Love For Auntie Dorothy

October 2015

Friday, October 16

The Projector: The Micronesians

Friday, October 2

The Projector: The Sun, the Fun and the Danger Along the Ka Iwi Coast

September 2015

Friday, September 25

The Projector: The Sublime and the Swept

Friday, September 11

The Projector: City Dispatches Some Homeless People While Improving Emergency Dispatching

Friday, September 4

The Projector: Escalating the War on Homelessness, Celebrating the End of Another Kind of War

August 2015

Friday, August 28

The Projector: Bike, Energy and TMT Events Unfold, But a Sewage Spill Overshadows All

Friday, August 21

The Projector: Hawaii Talks About Falun Gong, Homelessness and Immigration

Friday, August 14

The Projector: Living on Borrowed Time Under the Nimitz Highway

Friday, August 7

The Projector: Guillermo Kicks Up the Surf; TMT Protesters Seek Astronomers’ Attention

July 2015

Friday, July 31

The Projector: New Team Targets Homelessness; New Classrooms at Schofield Barracks School

Friday, July 24

The Projector: Hula, Hookele, Hemp and a Dash of Ethics

Friday, July 17

The Projector: From Maunalua to Ala Moana to Mauna Kea, People Are Talking

Friday, July 10

The Projector: Oahu Visited by High Surf and High-Ranking Federal Officials

June 2015

Thursday, June 25

The Projector: ‘Mutual Respect and Aloha’ on the Mountain, But No Meeting of the Minds

Friday, June 19

The Projector: A Week of Celebrations and Protests

Friday, June 12

The Projector: There Are Many Kinds of Warriors in Hawaii

Friday, June 5

The Projector: It Was a Big Week at Local Schools

May 2015

Friday, May 29

The Projector: Honors for the Fallen, Greetings for a Carrier Crew

Friday, May 22

The Projector: The Big Day Arrives for 1,700-Plus Graduates at UH Manoa

April 2015

Thursday, April 30

The Projector: Near Session’s End, Rallies and Dealmaking at the Capitol

Friday, April 24

The Projector: Senators, Reps Rub Elbows During Conference Committee

Friday, April 10

The Projector: Voyage Recalled, Rail Debated, New DLNR Pick and the Mountaintop Scene

Friday, April 3

The Projector: History and Hope Mark the Week in Honolulu

March 2015

Friday, March 27

The Projector: Civil Beat Checks Out a Gun Show as the Legislature Continues

Friday, March 20

The Projector: Parade Celebrates Luck of Irish; Ching Nomination Runs Out of Luck

Thursday, March 12

The Projector: Fireworks at the Festival and at the Carleton Ching Nomination Hearing

Friday, March 6

The Projector: A Tough Week for Supporters of Rail and Pesticide Buffer Zones

February 2015

Friday, February 27

The Projector: Civil Beat Goes to Washington

Friday, February 20

The Projector: Legislative Hearings, Street Scenes and Goodbye to Mele

Friday, February 13

The Projector: No Shortage of Testimony for Hawaii’s State Lawmakers

Friday, February 6

The Projector: Lowering the Boom on a Jet Fuel Spill, Picketing at Kaiser Permanente

January 2015

Friday, January 30

The Projector: Gubernatorial Delivery, Mayoral Grilling and Judicial Update

Friday, January 23

The Projector: Celebrations, Protests Open a Session of Challenges

Friday, January 16

The Projector: Strange Scenes at the Capitol, and the Legislature Hasn’t Even Convened Yet

Friday, January 9

The Projector: Money Talk at Capitol, Head of State and Headless Snowman

December 2014

Wednesday, December 31

The Projector: New Year’s Mochi and Presidential Chip Shots

Tuesday, December 23

The Projector: Season Greeted by Rain, Crowded Malls and ‘The Nutcracker’

Friday, December 19

The Projector: Stormy Weather for Tourists, Police Chief and Rail Project

Friday, December 12

The Projector: Ben Jay Resignation, Pearl Harbor, Vog and Holiday Decor

Friday, December 5

The Projector: A Week of New Deals at the Capitol, at HECO and Along the Rail Route

November 2014

Thursday, November 27

The Projector: Pre-holiday Food Bank, UH Football and Where Rail Meets Highway

Friday, November 21

The Projector: Duke Aiona Changes Diapers, UH Protesters and the Case Against PRP

September 2014

Friday, September 26

The Projector: Candidates and Cannabis Make Good Pictures

Friday, September 19

The Projector — Photos of Boys of Summer, Honolulu Cycling and Political Scrutiny

August 2014

Friday, August 29

The Projector: The Governor’s Race and HECO’s Renewable Power Play

Friday, August 22

The Projector: The Week in Pictures — Aug. 16 – 22

Sunday, August 17

The Projector: Photos of Polls, Poles and Punatics

Monday, August 11

The Projector: Pictures From Hawaii’s Dramatic Primary Election Day

Saturday, August 9

The Projector: Pictures From Hawaii — in the Path of Two Hurricanes

Sunday, August 3

The Projector: The Week in Pictures — July 28 – Aug. 3

July 2014

Sunday, July 27

The Projector: The Week in Pictures — July 21-27

Sunday, July 20

The Projector: The Faces of Molokai’s GMO Economy — July 14-20

Sunday, July 13

The Projector: The Week in Pictures — July 7 – 13

June 2014

Sunday, June 29

The Projector: The Week in Pictures — June 23 – 29

Sunday, June 22

The Projector: The Politics of Homelessness — June 16 – 22

Sunday, June 15

The Projector: Homeless in Waikiki — June 9 – 15

Sunday, June 8

The Projector: The Week in Pictures — June 2 – 8

Sunday, June 1

The Projector: The Week in Pictures — May 26 – June 1

May 2014

Saturday, May 24

The Projector: The Week in Pictures — May 19 – 25

Friday, May 16

The Projector: The Week in Pictures — May 12-18

Saturday, May 10

The Projector: The Week in Pictures — May 5-11

Sunday, May 4

The Projector: The Week in Pictures — April 28-May 4

April 2014

Sunday, April 27

The Projector: The Week in Pictures in Hawaii — April 21-27

Sunday, April 20

The Projector: Hawaii’s Week in Pictures

SLIDESHOW: End Of An Odyssey For Hokulea Cory Lum/Civil Beat

SLIDESHOW: End Of An Odyssey For Hokulea

After sailing more than 40,000 miles to 150 ports in 19 countries, Hawaii’s floating ambassador to the world is back where it started three years ago.

Waikiki Beaches Contract While Ala Wai Canal Rises Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Waikiki Beaches Contract While Ala Wai Canal Rises

This week’s king tides have beachgoers dodging waves while the canal nears the top of its retaining walls.

What Goes On Inside A Craft Brewery Cory Lum/Civil Beat

What Goes On Inside A Craft Brewery

From bags of grain to kegs of the finished product, a look at the process that makes 1,500 barrels of beer a year in Kakaako.

The Projector: Protesters Wear What They Want Banned In ‘Trashion Show’ Cory Lum/Civil Beat

The Projector: Protesters Wear What They Want Banned In ‘Trashion Show’

Members of several environmental organizations strut their stuff as they target plastic bags and foam food containers.

The Projector: Images Of 2016 Cory Lum/Civil Beat

The Projector: Images Of 2016

Donald Trump’s surprising win came during a year of many losses in the islands, including the deaths of 12 U.S. Marines and a sitting congressman.

The Projector: If It’s Christmas, It Must Be The Obamas Cory Lum/Civil Beat

The Projector: If It’s Christmas, It Must Be The Obamas

The president and his family have spent every holiday season on Oahu since he’s been in office. Here are some scenes from over the years.

The Projector: Five Days At Standing Rock Cory Lum/Civil Beat

The Projector: Five Days At Standing Rock

A Civil Beat team arrived in North Dakota just in time for a dramatic announcement about the Dakota Access Pipeline, and departed just in time to avoid a blizzard.

The Projector: Pearl Harbor, 75 Years Later Cory Lum/Civil Beat

The Projector: Pearl Harbor, 75 Years Later

On a pier within view of the USS Arizona Memorial, a ceremony honors those who died Dec. 7, 1941, and those who survived.

The Projector: Rain Can’t Stop A Search For The Perfect Tree Cory Lum/Civil Beat

The Projector: Rain Can’t Stop A Search For The Perfect Tree

Not all of Hawaii’s Christmas trees arrive by ship. Since 2002, a tree farm near Wahiawa has been growing its own.

The Projector: General Election — The Day The Earth Stood Still Eugene Tanner/Civil Beat

The Projector: General Election — The Day The Earth Stood Still

Tuesday began with the usual polling place rituals. By late that night, change had come to America, overshadowing local races.

The Projector: Close Encounters With Molten Lava Cory Lum/Civil Beat

The Projector: Close Encounters With Molten Lava

Kilauea Volcano has been dumping lava into the ocean off the Big Island since late July. This week, I took a boat ride to watch new land being formed.