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Frustrating, costly show replaces Wonder concert

By Dave Reardon

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Aug 17, 2012

~~<p>The intention today was to revert to regular programming, fun and games. But a voicemail box full of readers frustrated with the University of Hawaii dictates otherwise. More than a month into the Stevie Wonder fiasco, we're not getting answers from UH. Straight ones, anyway.</p>
<p>No word on completion of the investigation, but fallout has already begun as the so-called leadership scurries for the shelters and won't talk. The benefit concert that has instead cost the state several hundred thousand dollars -- and counting -- was supposed to be Saturday night.</p>
~~

The intention today was to revert to regular programming, fun and games. But a voicemail box full of readers frustrated with the University of Hawaii dictates otherwise. More than a month into the Stevie Wonder fiasco, we're not getting answers from UH. Straight ones, anyway.

No word on completion of the investigation, but fallout has already begun as the so-called leadership scurries for the shelters and won't talk. The benefit concert that has instead cost the state several hundred thousand dollars -- and counting -- was supposed to be Saturday night. Login for more...



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