RECORD EVENT REPORT NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HONOLULU HI 450 PM HST SAT MAR 07 2009 ...RECORD DAILY MAXIMUM RAINFALL SET AT HILO HI... THE RAIN TOTAL BETWEEN MIDNIGHT AND 4 PM AT HILO WAS 6.95 INCHES... WHICH BREAKS THE DAILY RECORD OF 1.82 INCHES SET IN 1989. THIS IS A PRELIMINARY RAINFALL RECORD AMOUNT...AS RAIN CONTINUES TO FALL IN THE HILO AREA.
Neil Abercrombie on Ceded Lands: “…The Land Was Taken, The Assets Were Set Aside, Now Everybody Wants It…” The Video
I think most of us have come to a conclusion that Star-Bulletin is fighting to stay alive. They have recently started a youtube site that can be viewed here.
Here is another one of their articles going online instead of the newspaper:
So DCB97 still owes me a chance at blogging one of his featured guests on one of his morning radio shows… and SINCE he still hasn’t gotten Michael Jackson to show up and do an interview… I had to do a little investigating to see if good old DC had something up his sleaves… and sure enough… here it is.
These are some of the crazy people I work with. Kat from KWXX recording a commercial with our Production Director (Cptn) Dave Angell. Ke’ala from the KWXX morning show also makes an appearance. As you can see here, we take our job quite seriously.
I need to meet Grandma Nan myself!
If anyone knows her… please let her know that I’m trying to get a hold of her for a blog write up!
Grandma Nan from Puna is back at it again (Warning, Grandma gets explicit at times):
An annual event designed to promote the microbrewery revolution in Hawai’i, to encourage professional brewers and chefs to work together as an industry and to have a significant and positive economic and environmental effect on the community.
We invite you to the 14th Annual Kona Brewers Festival Saturday, March 14, 2009, 2:30 to 6:30 p.m.
On the shores of Kailua Bay on the Big Island of Hawai’i
King Kamehameha’s Kona Beach Hotel
75-5660 Palani Road, Kailua-Kona, Hawai’i
It’s been a long time since the last time I needed to go to UH Hilo.
I remember reading Hunter Bishops blog awhile back and the problem that he had with the parking, so I went prepared with a camera.
I used to live on this campus so I knew that if I just kept driving around for awhile I would eventually find a spot.
It was pretty interesting seeing all of the illegally parked cars:
But when you’re running late for class, sometimes you ignore obvious signs:
And if you have the right type of car, you create your own parking:
Even the employee parking lots were under construction:
Leaving even the State cars desperate for spots to park:
I continued to look for a spot thinking the kids would be getting out of class soon:
I finally gave up and paid the simple $3.00 just to go see a professor who ended up not being in because it was a non-instructional day!
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Hawaii’s first-ever youth band talent competition, Band Champ, will hold its semi-finals at the Hilo Civic Center, Saturday, March 7 from 7:30 – 9:30 p.m.
Ten Feet, one of Hawaii’s hottest island music bands, will perform several hit songs from their latest album ‘Everyday’ including, I’m Yours, True and Windward Skies.
The island’s most promising bands from, Hawaii Preparatory Academy, Honokaa High School, Pahoa High School and Hilo High School will square off to find out who will represent the island during the Band Champ finale on Oahu, March 21. The Big Island semi-final winner will receive a custom Washburn electric guitar.
The winning band will compete during the finale against bands from Kauai, Maui and Oahu.
The overall winning band receives $5,000; a recording contract for a single; an opportunity to open for a Tom Moffatt concert; and Mobi PCS phones.
Band Champ is produced by A Tom Moffatt Productions presented by BURGER KING® and sponsored Mobi PCS. Various giveaways will also be provided.
Receive a $5 discount voucher by purchasing any BURGER KING® Value Meal. Vouchers can only be applied when purchasing tickets in person atCD Wizard Hilo, Soundwave Music Kona; $10 when purchasing online at www.TicketWeb.com or by phone at (866) 468-3399. Service fees may be applicable.
Big Island Semi-Finalist:
WAIMEA & PAHOA Household Hazardous Waste Collection Events:
Bring your automotive fluids, chemicals and cleaners and other hazardous household wastes to the Waimea Transfer Station collection area on March 7th and the Pahoa Transfer Station collection area on March 8th. For full details on what materials are and are not accepted please visit Household Hazardous Waste.