PF Bentley

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

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

Key bills were passed and others died as the state's lawmakers called it a year on May 1.
The Projector: The Week in Pictures in Hawaii — April 21-27

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

The fate of key bills hung in the balance as the state's legislative session approached its end.
The Projector: Hawaii’s Week in Pictures

The Projector: Hawaii’s Week in Pictures

There were green days with Al Gore and Sen. Brian Schatz, a big Turtle Bay deal and a possible end of news simulcasts.
The Cut — March 24-March 30, 2014

The Cut — March 24-March 30, 2014

Investigating State Hospital dysfunction, loveless senatorial candidates and the rocky road.
The Cut — March 18-March 25, 2014

The Cut — March 18-March 25, 2014

This week: the gubernatorial campaign, Schatz vs. Hanabusa, the homelessness debate and a sunrise at Hanauma Bay.
The Cut — March 18, 2014

The Cut — March 18, 2014

A fast-paced look at recent news stories through the lens of Civil Beat's chief photographer, PF Bentley.
The End of Waikiki’s International Market Place

The End of Waikiki’s International Market Place

A photojournalist who worked around the world always had local anchors for his memories. They're disappearing.
A Woman Attempts to Rebuild Ohana Broken by Fear of ‘Lepers’

A Woman Attempts to Rebuild Ohana Broken by Fear of ‘Lepers’

The 'Lost' Children of Kalaupapa were taken from their parents and brought up unaware of their origins.
Kaupoa: Visiting Molokai’s Haunting ‘Place of Thieves’

Kaupoa: Visiting Molokai’s Haunting ‘Place of Thieves’

A place where fishermen thrived and criminals hid became one of Hawaii's idyllic getaways—until it was forsaken.
Big Crowd, Big Waves Rule Final Day of Triple Crown on Oahu’s North Shore

Big Crowd, Big Waves Rule Final Day of Triple Crown on Oahu’s North Shore

Turnout for Hawaii's big competition shows surf culture continues to thrive.