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Throwback Thursday: Peacemaking in Manoa c.1976

October 30th, 2014 · 2 Comments

Here’s another photo recently found and scanned. That’s me standing outside the garage of the Honolulu Friends Center, the Quaker Meeting House in Manoa, which had been converted to offices for the local program of the American Friends Service Committee. At the time, I was program director for the Hawaii AFSC office. As I recall, […]

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Tags: Health · Photographs

Don’t miss this essay on aging

October 25th, 2014 · 4 Comments

Here’s a great weekend read, courtesy of the New York Times Magazine (“Old Masters at the top of their game“). The subtitle tells the story: “After 80, some people don’t retire. They reign.” It’s a deceptively simple look at the lessons of aging. An essay by Lewis H. Latham, accented by brief excerpts from a […]

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Tags: Health

Can urban density done right work for Honolulu?

October 20th, 2014 · 10 Comments

A Seattle Times columnist reviewed a book on urban design over the weekend, and it adds a useful perspective to our noticeable popular aversion to urban density, illustrated by the opposition to dense development in Kakaako (“Ingredients that make a happy city/Urban density done right makes for happy cities, advocate says“). The columnist, Jerry Large, […]

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Tags: environment · Health · Planning · Politics

Harriet becomes a druggie

March 31st, 2014 · 3 Comments

Harriet and I made a trip to VCA in Kaneohe yesterday. She’s started chewing on her rear end–the fur backs of her legs, the back of her tail, and on her tummmy has been mostly licked off. Time to have one of VCA’s excellent vets take a look. The result–no obvious physical cause was found. […]

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Tags: Cats · Health

A Big Wind project shot down in Maine, and other recent investigative reporting

March 11th, 2014 · 5 Comments

When I sought medical advice over the weekend looking for relief from a nagging cough that followed me back from our recent visit to winter in Philadelphia, the doctor asked if I needed “a letter for work.” I laughed and declined, figuring I don’t have anyone to give such a letter to. I probably should […]

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Tags: Energy · environment · Health · Media · Politics