Jay Fidell and Ian Davidson return to the streets on Oahu to take a look at what people in town are saying about arts, police, Kauai and pharmacies. Marsha Joyner spoke with Lala at the Arts at Marks Garage to take a look at what was going on down there, Tim Apicella speaks with people downtown about the head of the police’s charges, Lily Ong takes a trip to Kauai to take a look at Fort Elizabeth and US-Russia relations, and finally Marsha Joyner travels to see Fook Sau Tong, Chinese Herb Specialist in downtown Honolulu. There also is a sneak peek of the top five for the week.
Includes a commentary by Ken Rogers, Ph.D, about the Trump Tax Bill’s impact on graduate education in America.
Original Air Date December 10, 2017. Episode 348
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