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Send items at least two weeks in advance of event or opening to tgif@staradvertiser.com. Photos welcome. Note: If submitting classes, please include name of instructor, address where classes will be conducted, fee and contact information. Read More

More tickets to Bruno Mars will be available

More tickets for Bruno Mars’ three sold-out shows at Aloha Stadium next month will go on sale Friday. Read More
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‘El Royale’ attracts clientele of equal calibre

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Drew Goddard, the screenwriter-turned-director whose feature debut was the meta-horror film “A Cabin in the Woods,” has laid another movie trap. This time, in the pulpy but artificial thriller “Bad Times at the El Royale,” it’s a motel. Read More

Halloween Calendar 2018

Highlights of Halloween-related events scheduled in Honolulu, courtesy TGIF. Read More
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Guns-for-hire go astray in ‘The Sisters Brothers’

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Bloody, sentimental and shrewdly acted, “The Sisters Brothers” opens with a conspicuous bang and then clip-clops along a winding path, alternating between sibling-­rivalry wisecracks and wry observations of a rapidly changing mid-19th century frontier full of startling new inventions. Read More
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Keira Knightley portrays hedonistic French author in ‘Colette’

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Some nibble on life’s bounty; the French writer Colette gorged. The attractive biographical movie “Colette” takes a light, enjoyably fizzy approach to its subject. Read More
 
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‘First Man’ an intimate character study of astronaut Neil Armstrong

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“First Man” is an intimate character study that somehow becomes grand just when it needs to. Read More

Marie Osmond celebrates 59th birthday with Blaisdell concert

Honolulu will witness a “first” and a “last” this weekend when Marie Osmond takes the stage at the Blaisdell Arena. Read More
 
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‘Free Solo’ documents the life of climber Alex Honnold

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Both intimate and expansive, “Free Solo” is a documentary beautifully calculated to literally take your breath away. And it does. Read More
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Chicken-skin moments few in ‘Goosebumps’ sequel

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Directed by Ari Sandel (“The Duff”), “Goosebumps 2” follows geeky best friends Sonny (“It“‘s Jeremy Ray Taylor) and Sam (“Castle Rock“‘s Caleel Harris) as they attempt to start a junk-removal business in Wardencylffe, N.Y. Read More
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‘Five-0’ star Jorge Garcia masterminds ‘Carnevil’ in Kailua

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Jorge Garcia is the mastermind behind the Kailua haunt put on by Skeleton Key Hawaii. Its second incarnation this year is themed “Carnevil of Screams.” Read More

To Do: Guns N’ Roses, Kevin Hart, UB40, Tig Notaro

Highlights of events happening in Honolulu over the weeks and months ahead, courtesy TGIF. Read More

Rockers Guns N’ Roses to make Hawaii debut in December

Guns N’ Roses will make their Hawaii concert debut on Dec. 8 at Aloha Stadium as part of their Not In This Lifetime Tour, promoter Live Nation announced today. Read More

To Do: Marie Osmond, Def Leppard, ‘Phantom of the Opera’

Highlights of events taking place in Honolulu over the weeks and months ahead, courtesy TGIF. Read More
 
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‘Monsters and Men’ examines aftermath of police shooting

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Dennis (John David Washington) emerges as the most compelling of the three protagonists in “Monsters and Men,” partly on the strength of a silently seething performance from Washington, even better here than in Spike Lee’s “BlacKkKlansman.” Read More
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‘Venom’ a dark, funny, fascinating mess of a movie

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This dark, wacky Marvel outing combines one of the most interesting contemporary leading men with a daring director who has a hit-or-miss track record. “Venom” is a mess, but wow, is it ever a fun, fascinating mess. Read More
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‘A Star is Born’ never gets old, despite how often it’s told

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With pop superstar Lady Gaga as his muse, legendary cinematographer Matthew Libatique behind the camera, and a well-worn, beloved Hollywood fable to work with, the cards are stacked in favor of star/co-writer/director Bradley Cooper for his directorial debut, “A Star is Born.” Read More

Artist Masami Teraoka documents abuse of power and resistance

Art makes bold, beautiful or engaging statements about our social and aesthetic world. Yet the piece of work itself is only the tip of a rich and voluminous ether of ideas that inspired it. Read More

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