State lawmakers have tried for years to force county liquor commissions to define “dancing” if they are going to continue regulating it. But so far they have failed to get a bill through the Legislature.
Civil Beat talked to Pitchford about this issue and others related to dancing. He may live in California now, but he still has some sweet hula moves and a flawless pronunciation of Hawaii’s state fish.
Check out the interview here:
REPORTING ON HAWAII’S BIGGEST ISSUES
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Born and raised in Honolulu, Alana Hong has been scuba diving since age 5. She enjoys traveling, but always finds herself back in the islands she will forever call home. She currently works in Hawaii's film industry on various projects, most recently in the prop department on "Last Resort." On the weekends she can be found in the water with her camera and fins or brainstorming ideas with her creative friends.