Do It: ‘Songs of Dragons,’ Strfkr, ‘Hell of a Paradise,’ Earth Day
By Star-Advertiser staff
April 19, 2018
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COURTESY EVOLVE THEATER COMPANY
“Songs of the Dragons Flying to Heaven” is “absurd, crazy, sometimes brutal, and a deeply relevant exploration of stereotypes of racism, religion, gender, and what it means to be Asian-American today,” said director Reiko Ho in a statement.
COURTESY THE REPUBLIK
Strfkr, a synth-pop band that returns to The Republik this weekend, is known for its bouncy, danceable music, set to spare, gloomy lyrics on existential topics like death and the end of the world.
COURTESY ADIDAS X KROOKED
Skateboarders and sports enthusiasts of a certain age remember the day in 1989 when pioneering street skater Mark “Gonz” Gonzalez, pictured, pulled off a frontside ollie at Blaisdell Arena with hotshots like Tony Hawk and Christian Hosoi in attendance.
COURTESY JACK JOHNSON
Celebrate Earth Day with some of Hawaii’s most prominent artists and environmentalists at the Surfjack Hotel & Swim Club.