Think About It Editorials April 2011 - KFVE, K5-Hawaii News, Weather and Sports

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  • April 28, 2011

    Rail, Rail, The Gang's All Here

    Rail, Rail, The Gang's All Here

    The city has once again provided a new estimate for the cost of the Honolulu rail transit system. Drum roll, please.. the new figure is $5.3-billion, down from the last estimate of $5.5-billion. But beforeMore >>
  • April 25, 2011

    Taking Gas

    Taking Gas

    So, what's it going to take for you? How high do local gas prices have to go up for you to change some of your normal habits? $5 a gallon? $6 a gallon? Local drivers may soon be tested as to how long itMore >>
  • April 21, 2011

    Sweet Music

    Sweet Music

    As we move closer to the rebirth and subsequent sweet sounds of the Honolulu Symphony, with a new, three-year agreement now in place with the musicians, it is important to remember just how important artMore >>
  • April 18, 2011

    APEC Opportunities

    APEC Opportunities

    There might never be a better time to show our other game face than this November when the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation meetings take place here on Oahu. The "other" game face I am referring to isMore >>
  • April 14, 2011

    Grammy Whammy

    Grammy Whammy

    Remember the good old days, when people made condescending or childish comments when they didn't like how the voting went in the Hawaiian music category of the Grammy Awards? Remember those great discussionsMore >>
  • April 11, 2011

    Gas Mass

    Gas Mass

    As gas prices continue to rise and people actually start changing their lifestyles to accommodate the possible new reality of $5 a gallon or higher prices, everyone looks a little bit harder at energyMore >>
  • April 7, 2011

    On Board

    On Board

    The governor has announced his Board of Education selections, and now the real work begins. Pending Senate approval, this group with a wide background in various areas of business, education and philanthropyMore >>
  • April 4, 2011

    Tsunami Ripple Effects

    Tsunami Ripple Effects

    We avoided a fiasco when the tsunami spared us to a great extent almost a month ago. While boats were moved and Kona and parts of Maui and Molokai were inundated with water, the reality is that thingsMore >>
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