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Classic films mark Consolidated’s centennial

Consolidated Theatres is reeling back the years as it celebrates its centennial with “A Film for Every Decade” screenings offered Saturdays through Oct. 28, with tickets just $4 each. Read More

Partnership preserves Kamae’s film work for generations to come

The University of Hawaii at West Oahu’s ‘Ulu‘ulu: The Henry Ku‘uloha Giugni Moving Image Archive of Hawai‘i is working to catalog and digitize 10 award-winning documentaries produced by legendary Hawaiian entertainer Eddie Kamae and his wife, Myrna. Read More

Win session with surf star in benefit raffle

If your dream surf session includes sharing the lineup with Carissa Moore, Makua Rothman, Joel Centeio, Mike Coots and others, you have a chance at an exclusive 90-minute outing with a pro during Duke’s OceanFest. Read More

Get listed in the Star-Advertiser’s Craft Fair Guide

The Star-Advertiser’s Currents section will publish its Fall Craft Fair Guide on Sept. 24, listing events happening through Nov. 30. Read More

Dry cleaning via lockers comes to Honolulu

Hakuyosha Clean Living has installed lockers in the lobby of the First Hawaiian Center for 24/7 laundry and dry cleaning drop-off and delivery. Read More

Biki users get food, drink deals in August

Bikeshare Hawaii has joined with close to 20 establishments to offer Biki riders discounts on food and drink near its bicycle rental stations throughout August. Read More
 

National Parks lifetime pass to rise 700% in price for seniors

Seniors who enjoy visiting America’s natural wonders and historic sites should purchase a lifetime pass before the price jumps next month. Read More

Red Bull Party Wave to close Duke’s OceanFest

Duke’s OceanFest and Red Bull promise another entertaining finish to the weeklong ocean sports festival honoring Duke Kahanamoku when the Red Bull Party Wave competition returns to Waikiki. Read More

Costumes wanted for families in need

Teapresso Bar is launching a costume drive at its five locations for Helping Hands Hawaii’s Community Clearinghouse. Read More
 

Pow! Wow! founder, tokidoki team for mural, products

Pow! Wow! founder Jasper Wong and tokidoki creator Simone Legno will team up during the Honolulu Museum of Art’s ARTafterDARK, from 6 to 9 p.m. Friday, to paint a mural and launch an exclusive new collaborative design at the Museum Shop. Read More

Local model inspires as example of inclusion

For a third year, Hawaii amputee Shaholly Ayers is a featured model in Nordstrom’s national anniversary catalog. Read More

Hawaii film seeks Comic-Con conquest

Honolulu actor Nicholas Masciangelo stars in “Juventud,” which screened at this year’s Comic-Con International Independent Film Festival. Read More

SXSW offers pre-festival meet-ups in Hawaii

South by Southwest is reaching out to potential Hawaii attendees with a series of SXSW Meet ‘n’ Greet events. Read More

Outdoor market to offer luxury decor

The Aloha Home Market will debut July 23 at 25 Maluniu Ave., an open lot near Cinnamon’s Restaurant. Read More

Top local musicians play free Waikiki concerts

Some of Hawaii’s top island music acts have signed on to participate in free concerts this summer at the International Market Place in Waikiki. Read More

Monk seals, tree disease on conference agenda

Eco-minded folks can get updates on pressing environmental topics in the islands when the 2017 Hawai‘i Conservation Conference opens at the Hawai‘i Convention Center. Read More

‘Goodwill Goes GLAM!’ returns to Blaisdell

Designer Kaypee Soh had no problem saying yes when asked to be one of the co-producers of this year’s “Goodwill Goes GLAM!” fundraiser. Read More

‘Ward’ focuses on sexual, spiritual conversations

“Ward” is art collective Paradise Cove’s group exhibit developed around conversations about the sexual and spiritual realms of human nature. Read More

Cook Islands exhibit opens at Polynesian Cultural Center

The Polynesian Cultural Center will unveil a new exhibit that showcases the people and culture of the Cook Islands. Read More

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