James Hahn

Welcome to this week’s edition of The Broad Brush, your weekly, two-sentence news review. Here are your headlines for the week.

Arthur Weil knows the face of hate. Weil, a former history teacher and Holocaust survivor, spoke before an audience Saturday on the U.S.S. Hornet Museum.

City leaders are set to develop an Island-wide plan to address what one city staffer identified as “the single most debated issue” generated by new development – traffic.

James Hahn had the most remarkable look on his face late Sunday, standing on the 14th green at the Riviera Country Club in Los Angeles. This was the third hole of a sudden death playoff for the Northern Trust Open.

Moments earlier he was staring at the ground, looking quite a bit stunned, very much like he wondered what he had just done. He was waiting for the reprisal, and it came – a groan from the crowd.

He looked up with an expression on his face very much like that of a kid who just got caught with his hands in the cookie jar. But this was no ordinary cookie. Hahn’s life had just changed, dramatically.