John Pritchett

John Pritchett: Wheel Of Misfortune John Pritchett/Civil Beat

John Pritchett: Wheel Of Misfortune

Twelve days after the election, it’s unclear what the president’s strategy is — but he is still refusing to concede.

John Pritchett: Comic Relief John Pritchett/Civil Beat

John Pritchett: Comic Relief

Professional entertainer Augie Tulba has won a seat on the Honolulu City Council. We could sure use the laughs.

John Pritchett: On The Chopping Block John Pritchett/Civil Beat

John Pritchett: On The Chopping Block

Three tech giants were dissected by Congress this week over bias, antitrust and election interference. But did the hearings fail to cut deep?

John Pritchett: The Great Trumpkin John Pritchett/Civil Beat

John Pritchett: The Great Trumpkin

The U.S. election is just nine days away. Will voters reward the president with a trick or a treat?

John Pritchett: Game Plan John Pritchett/Civil Beat

John Pritchett: Game Plan

UH football Hall of Famer Rick Blangiardi is leading the race for Honolulu mayor. Will voters carry him over the goal line?

John Pritchett: Rocket Science John Pritchett/Civil Beat

John Pritchett: Rocket Science

The state of Hawaii is set to reopen its tourism industry this Thursday. But with concerns from county mayors and others about coronavirus testing, will the launch fail to achieve orbit?

John Pritchett: Rail Fail John Pritchett/Civil Beat

John Pritchett: Rail Fail

More than ever, it looks like the city’s plans to pay for the $9 billion Honolulu rail project are disintegrating.

John Pritchett: Advise And Dissent John Pritchett/Civil Beat

John Pritchett: Advise And Dissent

President Trump and the Senate GOP are eager to confirm a new U.S. Supreme Court justice. Democrat Mazie Hirono of Hawaii assures us she is preparing for battle.

John Pritchett: On The Wrong Track John Pritchett/Civil Beat

John Pritchett: On The Wrong Track

Mayoral candidates Rick Blangiardi and Keith Amemiya both want to complete Honolulu’s troubled rail project. No matter how taxpayers vote, there’ll be hell to pay.