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FL MORRIS / FMORRIS@STARADVERTISER.COM
SOHO MARKS FIRST ANNIVERSARY Club kids flocked to Chinatown last Friday to celebrate the first anniverary of SoHo Mixed Media Bar. Visit tgif.staradvertiser.com/archives/3984 for more pictures from the party.
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CONCERT REVIEW: TOWER OF POWER Tower of Power headlined at the Blaisdell Concert Hall. Visit tgif.staradvertiser.com/archives/3979 to read a review of the show.
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CRAIG T. KOJIMA / CKOJIMA@STARADVERTISER.COM
'BURGER GENIUS II' TV TAPING After a month of preliminary competiton, six finalists took part in filming Tuesday for "Burger Genius II," a unique contest at Burgers on the Edge. Visit tgif.staradvertiser.com/archives/4087 for more.
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CRAIG T. KOJIMA / CKOJIMA@STARADVERTISER.COM
'BURGER GENIUS II' TV TAPING After a month of preliminary competiton, six finalists took part in filming Tuesday for "Burger Genius II," a unique contest at Burgers on the Edge. Visit tgif.staradvertiser.com/archives/4087 for more.
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COURTESY KEALOHA MAHONE
'FIVE MINUTES WITH...' "For me, one of the huge things that drew me to (hip-hop) was freestyling. That form of creation and expression really was something that drew me to the craft."—Local rapper Kealoha "K-Luv" Mahone, who left this week to record his solo debut album in San Francisco. Read the complete interview at tgif.staradvertiser.com/archives/4089.
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COURTESY WILLIAM EDWARDS
'ADVENTURES IN CLUBLAND' Professional surfer Kekoa Cazimero, middle, celebrated his 21st birthday at Dave & Buster's with a concert by Splitbreed. For more pictures from the party, visit tgif.staradvertiser.com/archives/4089.
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COURTESY KEALOHA MAHONE
'FIVE MINUTES WITH...' "For me, one of the huge things that drew me to (hip-hop) was freestyling. That form of creation and expression really was something that drew me to the craft." -- Local rapper Kealoha "K-Luv" Mahone, who left this week to record his solo debut album in San Francisco. Read the complete interview at tgif.staradvertiser.com/archives/4089.

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