Pop-Up Newsrooms

We’re partnering with Hawaii’s public libraries to learn more about our diverse communities and show you our brand of journalism.

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Our editors, reporters, photographers and multimedia producers plan to spend at least one day a week working out of a public library somewhere in Hawaii. This is our chance to learn more about the diverse communities across the state while also showing you our unique brand of journalism. Join us at the next one:

  • January 12, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
    Thelma Parker Memorial Community School Library, Waimea
  • January 13, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
    Waikoloa Bookmobile
  • January 25, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
    Honokaa Public Library

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November 2, 2022 Nanakuli Public Library
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November 15, 2022 Kahuku Public And School Library
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November 20, 2022 Pearl City Public Library
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November 29, 2022 Hilo Public Library

Stories

We’re Returning To Hilo On Tuesday For Another Pop-Up Newsroom Civil Beat staff

We’re Returning To Hilo On Tuesday For Another Pop-Up Newsroom

Civil Beat staff is working from public libraries throughout the state so we can get closer to the public and hear about issues in your community.

Civil Beat’s Next Pop-Up Newsroom: Pearl City On Sunday

Civil Beat’s Next Pop-Up Newsroom: Pearl City On Sunday

We’ll be at the Pearl City Public Library all day.

Civil Beat’s Pop-Up Newsroom Heads To Kahuku On Tuesday

Civil Beat’s Pop-Up Newsroom Heads To Kahuku On Tuesday

Our social media experts plan a discussion on how to understand and make social media work for you.

Civil Beat’s Next Pop-Up Newsroom Will Be In Hilo

Civil Beat’s Next Pop-Up Newsroom Will Be In Hilo

Join our newsroom staff at the Hilo Public Library on Thursday.

Pop-Up Newsroom: Next Stop — Nanakuli

Pop-Up Newsroom: Next Stop — Nanakuli

Join us at the Nanakuli Public Library on Wednesday to talk about community issues and Civil Beat’s reporting efforts.

Coming To A Library Near You: Pop-Up Newsrooms

Coming To A Library Near You: Pop-Up Newsrooms

We’re partnering with Hawaii’s public libraries to learn more about our diverse communities and show you our brand of journalism.