HHF in the News

HHF in the News 2017-05-11T12:07:05+00:00

2017

MidWeek, Building History, Don Hibbard and Frank Haines, May, 2017
The Garden Island, Opposition to closing of Rice Street post office continues, March, 2017
Civil Beat, Tad Bartimus: A Piece of Maui History Gets A Million-Dollar Makeover, February, 2017
The Garden Island, USPS meets with community to talk about historic Rice Street site, February, 2017
Hawaii News Now, USPS considering closing Lihue Post Office, February, 2017
Honolulu Star Advertiser, Kauai residents campaign to save historic Lihue Post Office by Lee Cataluna, February, 2017
The Garden Island, Coconut eulogizing, and saving Lihue Post Office, February, 2017
The Garden Island, Movement targest closure of Lihue USPS branch, February, 2017
Hawaii News Now, Some Kauai residents push to save historic Lihue Post Office, January 2017

2016

Midweek Good Neighbor-Jane Kurahara & Betsy Young May 25-2016
Event to highlight hunger for open spaces _ Honolulu Star-Advertiser, April, 2016

2015

Hawaii Public Radio- Most Endangered Historic Places, Conversation with Chris Vandercook, November 10, 2015
Hawaii Public Radio- The Conversation with Chris Vandercook, May 13, 2015
Preserving Hawaii’s Unique Heritage (Proof Positive, Midweek)
Lecture series focuses on preserving cemeteries (Star Advertiser)
Midweek’s ‘Old Friends” column features Nanette Napoleon

2014
Historic Hawaii Foundation adds eight more historic places to endangered list (KITV)
Tourists will be encouraged to look beyond the beach (Star Advertiser)
Hawaii Public Radio interview: Benefits of Cultural Tourism with Hawaii Heritage & Hospitality Forum Keynote: Andrew Witt
City Mill founding family named Kamaaina of the Year
Florida expert explains heritage tourism for Hawaii
Historic Hawaii Foundation organizing event on heritage tourism
40th Annual Preservation Honor Awards Midweek Paina Gallery
Preservation of historic sites honored
Historic Hawaii Foundation to Host a Historic Open House
Holding on to Hawaiian history
Hawaii Public Radio- The Conversation

2013
Opposition mounts for Advertiser Building redevelopment
Historic News Building Threatened by Developer
Development Threatens Viability Of Historic Train Site
801 South Street tower draws largest public hearing turnout

2012
Kiersten Faulkner – Hawaii News – Honolulu Star-Advertiser
HCDA needs to preserve historic sites as development of Kakaako

2011
Historic Hawaii Foundation honors Herb Kane, unveils Big Island artist’s last painting

2010
8th annual Historic Preservation Awareness Day
Historical preservation key to boosting local economy

2009
Obama’s childhood home could become a national landmark

2007
The ’70s: Viva la Cultural Revolution!

2006
Honolulu Advertiser interview with Kiersten Faulkner
Quake Damaged Historic Sites

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