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John Pritchett: Lights, Camera, Aalto!

The nomination of pro-rail journalist, environmentalist and filmmaker Anthony Aalto to serve on the Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation board has some critics questioning his qualifications.

HART’s Expecting Fewer Riders — Even Absent The Pandemic

The most recent rail ridership estimates are down almost 18%, largely based on a pre-pandemic drop in bus ridership.

Emergency Calls Are Back To Pre-Pandemic Levels On Oahu. Here’s How EMS Is Coping

The return of tourists has brought an increase in medical emergencies and ocean and hiking rescues.


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Chad Blair: Honolulu Was Already Transformed By Tourism In 1969 Bates Littlehales/National Geographic

Chad Blair: Honolulu Was Already Transformed By Tourism In 1969

National Geographic’s profile of Hawaii’s capital city 10 years after statehood was a preview of things to come.

Give, Take, Regenerate: A Circular Economy Is Vital To Hawaii’s Future Cory Lum

Give, Take, Regenerate: A Circular Economy Is Vital To Hawaii’s Future

Following the principles of aloha aina — respect, reverence, justice — will be instrumental to our well-being in the years ahead.

 

John Pritchett: Lights, Camera, Aalto! ASUS

John Pritchett: Lights, Camera, Aalto!

The nomination of pro-rail journalist, environmentalist and filmmaker Anthony Aalto to serve on the Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation board has some critics questioning his qualifications.