Robbie Dingeman

Editor at large Robbie Dingeman is a political junkie who has covered Hawai‘i state, county and federal politics for more than 25 years at two daily newspapers and one television newsroom.

  

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Stories by Robbie

Editor’s Page: Keeping It Local

From what we eat and drink to where we work, local matters.
2017.10.02 08:55 AM

Editor’s Page: Begin Again

Here’s to good starts.
2017.09.01 08:55 AM

The Power of ‘Ohana: Meet 11 Local Families That Make Hawai‘i Great

Our Island families.
2017.08.24 08:50 AM

Honolulu Zoo Says Aloha to 17-Year-Old Endangered Sumatran Tiger

Sniff! Bye, bye Berani.
2017.08.15 04:18 PM

Quote Unquote: Why the Hawai‘i Symphony Orchestra Needs $997K by September

Michael Titterton was the voice, president and general manager of Hawai‘i Public Radio from the time he moved to O‘ahu in 1999 until last year when he retired. Now he’s got a new gig: president of the Hawai‘i Symphony Orchestra.
2017.08.04 10:17 AM

Editor’s Page: Family Matters

The bonds that tie us together.
2017.08.01 08:55 AM

Quote Unquote: This Chief Happiness Officer Can Help You Find Your Happy Place

As chief happiness officer at Happiness U, Alice Inoue encourages people to be their best selves.
2017.07.10 11:51 AM

Editor’s Page: Team

Pulling together.
2017.07.03 01:06 PM

53 Ways to Eat Around the World Without Leaving Hawai‘i

You don’t have to book a flight to explore international flavors. We tracked down 53 of the tastiest dishes in Hawai‘i that hail from cuisines all over the globe.
2017.06.28 05:00 PM

Quote Unquote: Why Hawai‘i Attorney General Doug Chin Blocked the Travel Ban

As the state attorney general, Doug Chin was thrust onto the national stage when he sued to block President Trump’s proposed travel ban on seven Muslim-majority nations.
2017.06.12 10:40 AM

Editor’s Page: Balance

Finding the right mix.
2017.06.01 08:55 AM

Quote Unquote: Why Hawai‘i Rep. Beth Fukumoto Left the State GOP

As a millennial Republican woman representing Mililani and Mililani Mauka since 2012, Rep. Beth Fukumoto, 34, made headlines. But the youngest person to serve as Hawai‘i’s House Minority Leader felt increasingly isolated from her colleagues, alienated by the remarks of President Donald Trump and in March announced she was leaving the state GOP.
2017.05.12 09:12 AM
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