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The return of ol’ man Dylan

Bob Dylan and his band do two Hawaii concerts on Maui and Oahu

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Gary Chun
The return of Mufi

It’s an even-numbered year, so Mufi Hanneman is running for governor as an independent. And no, we’re not the news site for his party.

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Ikaika M Hussey
Stanley Chang comes out for progressive taxes

Stanley Chang spoke today on the need for millionaires to carry a higher tax burden.

We recently introduced our platform: the Agenda for Change, which calls for bold progressive policy solutions such as job creation through government investments in infrastructure, free college education in exchange for service, and universal public pre-kindergarten. None of these programs would be possible without an equitable tax system in which everybody contributes his or her fair share.

The call was organized by Progressive Change Campaign Committee, a progressive political action committee.

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Abercrombie challenges authenticity of Inouye’s “wish” for Hanabusa

Governor Abercrombie said in an interview with Mark Z. Barabak of the L.A. Times that late US Senator Daniel Inouye didn’t have a “dying wish” for his seat to go to Colleen Hanabusa. It would be far stronger for Governor Abercrombie to articulate his reasons for picking Brian Schatz, and say no more about the Inouye letter.

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Ikaika M Hussey
Right place, right time

Hawaii guest Bob Gruen was the greatest photographer in rock music in the 1970s and '80s

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Gary Chun
EDU committee defends, confirms Don Horner

Concerns raised by the LGBT community and its supporters over Horner's ability to keep his faith out of his job backfire.

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Will Caron
LGBT, Church groups mobilize around Horner nomination

The BOE chairman's Senate re-appointment confirmation hearing could become a flash point for the first skirmish of the new year between the groups that fought over same-sex marriage in October.

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Will Caron
Selling rail

Yes, half of the audience at this public meeting were HART employees.

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Gary Chun