Nearly 25,000 Micronesians live in Hawaiʻi — and their struggle for affordable health care has lasted for more than 20 years. There have been recent changes, but challenges remain. This week, HPR’s Jackie Young looks at some of those changes and challenges — starting with some history.
Knitting, crocheting, weavings, and sewn objects are taking unusual turns these days. And you can see quality examples now at the "Inspirations" exhibition at the Downtown Art Center. The show is a collaboration between the Hawaiʻi Handweavers' Hui and the Glass Fusion Collective.
Honolulu is preparing to relax COVID-19 restrictions under growing pressure from the business community as they point to other states allowing large gatherings. East-West Center epidemiologist Tim Brown, who tends to be cautious, says he is comfortable with the latest plan.