Calendar Saturday, June 9, 2018, 12:05 a.m. Share this story *NOTE: Check availability and location of all Hawaii Volcanoes National Park events. Arts and Exhibits ADVERTISING TODAY, June 9 OUTLOOK: PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITION Where: East Hawaii Cultural Center, 141 Kalakaua St., Hilo When: Regular center hours through June 29 Details: These responsive photographs are reminiscent of time and place, framing a perspective of people to the landscape they live within. This collection of work from individual artists imparts insight of the social participation, conscious and unconscious, with place. Each image inquires how the human element develops or poses obstacles for the dissemination of culture and visceral knowledge of land, our collective home. Contact: Monique Ortiz, 961-5711, [email protected] COMING CONTEMPORARY PERSPECTIVES FROM THE PARADISE STUDIO TOUR ARTIST COLLECTIVE Where: Wailoa Art Center, 200 Piopio St., Hilo When: 5 p.m. July 6 (opening reception); … [Read more...] about Calendar for June 9
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President Donald Trump signed a bill into law today that was inspired by the late Adm. Lloyd R. “Joe” Vasey, who wanted to commemorate U.S. service members who fought in the Pacific theater. JAMM AQUINO / [email protected] Retired U.S. Navy Rear Adm. Lloyd R. “Joe” Vasey holds a group photo of the crew of the USS Gunnel at his home on Jan. 21, 2017, in Makiki. Vasey, who died at age 101 in March, had long sought a World War II memorial that specifically commemorates the service members who fought in the Pacific theater. President Donald Trump signed a bill into law today that was inspired by the late Adm. Lloyd R. “Joe” Vasey, who wanted to commemorate U.S. service members who fought in the Pacific theater. Vasey’s bill directs the National Park Service and the nonprofit Pacific Historic Parks to create a Pacific War memorial at the World War II Valor in the Pacific National Monument, which includes the USS Arizona … [Read more...] about Trump signs bill to add Pacific War memorial to Honolulu WWII sites
Thirty to 50 people who have been living along the streets and parks in Kakaako Makai were anticipating being rousted from their campsites by city crews late Monday night, and while they’re not happy about it, frequent parkgoers applauded the change in policy that will allow the sweep. JAMM AQUINO / [email protected] Derek Stabilio walked near his belongings Monday, on Olomehani Street in Kakaako. The city was scheduled to clear the homeless from Ilalo and Ohe streets Monday night.JAMM AQUINO / [email protected] Junior Quiral, right, adjusted his bicycle seat on Olomehani Street in Kakaako as he and neighbors prepared to move Monday night. Thirty to 50 people who have been living along the streets and parks in Kakaako Makai were anticipating being rousted from their campsites by city crews late Monday night, and while they’re not happy about it, frequent parkgoers applauded the change in policy that will allow the sweep. Derek Stabilio, … [Read more...] about Homeless in Hawaii: City to clear Kakaako parks
FIRST LOOK: DANIEL KLAIDMAN’s “Kill or Capture: The War on Terror and the Soul of the Obama Presidency,” out Tuesday from Houghton Mifflin Harcourt: --West Wing altercation between David Axelrod and Attorney General Eric Holder (which Valerie Jarrett breaks up) after the White House attempted to place a political operative on Holder’s staff: “After the [Cabinet meeting] ended, Axelrod made a beeline for the attorney general. Obama’s senior adviser was incensed. It had gotten back to him that Holder and his aides were spreading the word that he was trying to improperly influence the Justice Department. Axelrod, who knew all too well that even the hint of White House meddling with Justice Department investigations could detonate a full-blown scandal, had been careful not to come close to that line. ‘Don’t ever, ever accuse me of trying to interfere with the operations of the Justice Department,’ he warned Holder after confronting … [Read more...] about NEW ROMNEY SLOGAN: ‘PUTTING JOBS FIRST’ — MARK PENN: OBAMA SHOULD ANNOUNCE NEW JOBS PLAN focusing on education, innovation — Caren Bohan leaving Reuters — Chris Lehane b’day
+POTUS approval at new low in WashPost/ABC +20 outside groups spending in Arkansas Senate Story Continued Below +AP names new political editor … WSJ debuts new politics coverage +7 U.S. restaurants named to “World’s 50 Best” (4 NYC, 1 Chicago, 1 Napa, 1 S.F.) +Nats’ Bryce Harper out with injury, likely until July; thumb surgery today +Jake Sherman engaged … Dylan Byers to write POLITICO’s media blog from L.A. +Nadeam Elshami, Quinn Bradlee b’day … Jerry Seinfeld is 6-0 PRESIDENT OBAMA, during presser with President Benigno Aquino III of the Philippines, at Malacañang Palace in Manila, to Ed Henry, who asked “what you think the Obama doctrine is”: “Well, Ed, I doubt that I’m going to have time to lay out my entire foreign policy doctrine. And there are actually some complimentary pieces as well about my foreign policy, but I’m not sure you ran them. … Do people actually think … [Read more...] about OBAMA ARTICULATES THE OBAMA DOCTRINE: ‘It avoids errors. You hit singles, you hit doubles; every once in a while we may be able to hit a home run’
+White House alumni from Clinton, Bush and Obama running for office this year +Autumn Brewington to WSJ Story Continued Below +Jay Newton-Small hosts power dinner +Ed Pagano b’day JAKE SILVERSTEIN, Texas Monthly editor-in-chief, who starts next month as N.Y. Times Magazine editor, is profiled by Capital New York’s Joe Pompeo: “Silverstein said … he is clearly well briefed on how the masthead views the challenge … ‘There’s a need to bring the newsroom and the magazine closer together, but at the same time clarify the magazine’s identity.’ … Stylish and outdoorsy, he’s a recovering poet who worships at the altar of Joseph Mitchell and the great New Yorker writers of the mid-20th century. His iteration of Texas Monthly was known for its ambitious long-form journalism, gripping southwestern crime noirs, sophisticated treatments of the state’s prominent politicos and high-minded packages on issues like water, … [Read more...] about Maggie and Ben White, on 2016 surprise: If Jeb and Christie are out, Wall Street would embrace Hillary
BEIJING -- China summoned the American ambassador to protest the U.S. Navy's sailing of a warship close to one of China's artificial islands in the South China Sea, in an act that challenged Chinese sovereignty claims. China's Foreign Ministry said on its website Wednesday that Executive Vice Minister Zhang Yesui told Max Bacaus that the U.S. had acted in defiance of repeated Chinese objections and had threatened China's sovereignty and security. While offering no details, Zhang said Tuesday's "provocative" maneuver also placed personnel and infrastructure on the island in jeopardy. China was "extremely dissatisfied and resolutely opposed" to the U.S. actions, the ministry said. The U.S. State Department declined to confirm the Tuesday meeting, or comment on any remarks made on the issue. China says authorities monitored and warned the destroyer USS Lassen as it entered what China claims as a 12-mile territorial limit around Subi Reef in the Spratly Islands archipelago, a group of … [Read more...] about CBS News Logo China “extremely dissatisfied,” as its neighbors thank U.S.