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In Public: Honolulu

Shutting down all manner of public spaces in one of the healthiest states in the nation has real costs we know well, and hopefully, real benefits that might save lives.

By Timothy A. Schuler

Honolulu’s popular Queen Kapi‘olani Park is closed as of Friday, March 20. Photo by Timothy A. Schuler.

It could have been a scene from any number of dystopian films: a group of skateboarders, their faces obscured by bandanas or other makeshift masks, slaloming down an otherwise empty street, the landscape around them—the wide beach, the grassy lawn, the parking lot—deserted. Continue reading In Public: Honolulu