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The Projector: The Week in Pictures — June 2 – 8 PF Bentley/Civil Beat

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

There were images of rail rising, City Council budgeting, the UH presidential vote and the formal return of Mufi.
The Projector: The Week in Pictures — May 26 – June 1 PF Bentley/Civil Beat

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

Photos from behind the curtain at the state Democratic Party convention, the Hawaii State Hospital hearings and the sovereignty debate at OHA.
Hawaii Democratic Convention (Video) ©PF Bentley/Civil Beat

Hawaii Democratic Convention (Video)

The Democratic Party of Hawaii held its two-day convention this past weekend. Civil Beat chief photographer PF Bentley captured candidates and campaigning for The Cut.
The Projector: The Week in Pictures — May 19 – 25 PF Bentley/Civil Beat

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

Hawaii Republicans got a candidate for governor, OHA resolved internal divisions and we questioned state Sen. David Ige.
The Projector: The Week in Pictures — May 12-18

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

There were many questions: Does the Hawaiian Kingdom endure, how bad did things get at the Hawaii State Hospital and can Gov. Abercrombie win again?
The Projector: The Week in Pictures — May 5-11

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

The faces of education were prevalent this week as UH sought a president and charter schools sought to exist.
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.