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    "ZOMBIES" PARTY 1. Cast members Kyle Malis (Jonny), fifth from left, and Scott Lewis (Josh), far right, wore their stage costumes to the "Zombie Prom" closing night party on Halloween at Don Ho's. Justin Clemente (Eddie Flagrante), left, Suzanne Green (Miss Strict), Teresa Miller (Janie) and Jana Souza (Ginger) joined Malis and Lewis for a photo op by the door. Clemente and Miller later tied for first in a "dance like your costumed character would" contest.
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    WORLDWIDE CUISINE 3. The cuisine of 16 nations was represented in abundance at the 3rd Annual Consular Corps International Evening Oct. 29 at the Culinary Institute at Kapiolani Community College. Event organizer Kasuma Coorey, center, the honorary consul of Sri Lanka, surveyed the crowd with Lauren Kahea Moriarty and KCC Chancellor Leon Richards.
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    A PLANT FOR PUAMANA 4. Puamana Crabbe, center, talked with Aulani Ahmad, left, and Harmony Kamaka at the opening night reception for "The Great Kaua'i Train Robbery" Oct. 28 at Kumu Kahua Theatre. Many folks brought lei for the cast members but Crabbe's friends brought her a potted anthurium.
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    "ONE KINE" A WINNER 5. Writer-director Chuck Mitsui, left, enjoyed the hoopla with producers Torry Tukuafu, Angela Laprete, William "Chico" Powell and Udee Dahl at the world premiere of "One Kine Day" Oct. 18 at Dole Cannery. Mitsui's slice-of-local-life film about slackers, drugs and teen pregnancy in Windward Oahu went on to win the 2010 Audience Choice Award for Best Narrative Feature at the Hawaii International Film Festival.
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    HOLIDAY FASHIONS 2. Designer Jeanie Chun, left, presented her "Sophisticated Lady Holiday Collection" with support from fashion show sponsor Dr. Lawrence K.W. Tseu, show commentator Patricia Lee and celebrity model Pamela Young Oct. 30 at Waialae Country Club. Young provided a perfect touch of comedy on the runway.
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