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Reggae music gets a showcase at The Shack; the B90x Pool Party makes a splash; pretty people turn out for Pre at Nobu

By Elizabeth Kieszkowski

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LAST UPDATED: 01:22 a.m. HST, Sep 12, 2010

PHOTOS: KIMIE MINER AT THE SHACK WAIKIKI 1. Big Island girl Kimie Miner brought her reggae-inflected sounds to town on Sunday, and the house was full of smiling faces. Visit tgif.staradvertiser.com/archives/7662 to see photos from the gathering.
PHOTOS: B90x POOL PARTY IN WAIKIKI 2. B90x, a party around the pool at the Marriott Waikiki, was all about the B's: beach balls, bikinis and board shorts, with Bacardi rum as a sponsor, and a very active bar. Visit tgif.staradvertiser.com/archives/7652 for more pictures.
PHOTOS: "PRE" LAUNCH PARTY AT NOBU 3. A well-groomed crowd turned out for the first installment of Pre at Nobu, inside the Waikiki Parc hotel, filling the house early to sample Nobu's sushi and small dishes. When the kitchen closed, the beats opened up. Visit tgif.staradvertiser.com/archives/7563 to see some of the partygoers.
STORY AND PHOTOS: THREE 6 MAFIA AT PIPELINE 4. Three 6 Mafia kept fans at the Pipeline Cafe waiting until nearly 2 a.m., but the house stayed full of people who have stayed faithful since the days before this hip-hop group won an unexpected Oscar. Visit tgif.staradvertiser.com/archives/7611 for the full rundown by staff writer Gene Park as well as photos from the event.





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