Civil Beat Categories

Column

Showing 10 of 2254 results.
Civil Bytes: Concerns Remain About the Future of Hawaii’s Tech Industry YouTube.com

Civil Bytes: Concerns Remain About the Future of Hawaii’s Tech Industry

Hawaii's tech community has been buzzing for weeks about the questionable funneling of public money into two tech startups.
Neal Milner: Independents’ Day Brian Tseng/Civil Beat

Neal Milner: Independents’ Day

Research shows most independents are really partisans who don't want to admit it.
Hawaii Monitor: Fallen Apple Has Immediate Practical Consequences PF Bentley/Civil Beat

Hawaii Monitor: Fallen Apple Has Immediate Practical Consequences

Classes are about to start, a hiring freeze was recently imposed and now there's a possible shakeup at the top of UH Manoa administration.
Denby Fawcett: Could Duke Aiona Really Be Our Next Governor? PF Bentley/Civil Beat

Denby Fawcett: Could Duke Aiona Really Be Our Next Governor?

Republicans are hopeful that politics will play out in their favor but some say that's unlikely.
Health Beat: Carefully Consider a Gluten-Free Diet Wikimedia/ChildofMidnight

Health Beat: Carefully Consider a Gluten-Free Diet

For some people, the latest diet fad may prove to be just a waste of money.
Asia Matters: RIMPAC and Chinese Spies U.S. Navy/RIMPAC

Asia Matters: RIMPAC and Chinese Spies

Are we surprised that a Chinese ship is dogging U.S. forces during a major military exercise?
Hawaii Monitor: Why Has Florida Company Picked a Fight Over Aerial Advertising? Courtesy of Aerial Banners North

Hawaii Monitor: Why Has Florida Company Picked a Fight Over Aerial Advertising?

Courts have ruled that air space is not the same as a public sidewalk where the First Amendment holds sway.
Denby Fawcett: Church and State Aren’t Supposed to Mix in Hawaii PF Bentley/Civil Beat

Denby Fawcett: Church and State Aren’t Supposed to Mix in Hawaii

Conservative pastors are being urged to speak out from the pulpit for Duke Aiona and other conservative Christian candidates.
Health Beat: The World Cup and Our Not-so-Hard-Headed Soccer Players Marc Benton on Flickr.com

Health Beat: The World Cup and Our Not-so-Hard-Headed Soccer Players

New research suggests soccer players, including Hawaii’s Keiki, should think twice before using their head.
Civil Bytes: There’s Something Better Than Dreams of Silicon Hawaii? Adrian Libotean on Flickr.com

Civil Bytes: There’s Something Better Than Dreams of Silicon Hawaii?

The islands' tech future should celebrate the state's diversity and traditions, and be representative of the population.