I’m getting used to the fact that Honolulu is a one-newspaper town. Just like I did in Denver, after the Rocky Mountain News closed.
And I can’t say I like it anymore here than I did in Denver.
That’s not to say that the good folks at the Star-Advertiser haven’t tried to step up and produce a bigger — and better — newspaper than either of the city’s two previous titles. But the new reality has disturbing implications for the city’s journalism, commercial vitality and public life. There’s something depressing about not