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Wanderlust Oahu 2019 at Turtle Bay Resort

Peace, harmony and balance descended on the North Shore last weekend as Wanderlust Oahu came to Turtle Bay Resort. The yoga lifestyle festival also featured seminars on wholeness and health and entertainment from Corinne Bailey Rae, Mike Love and others. See gallery

Jr. Animal Trainer Day at Sea Life Park

Sea Life Park gave young visitors a taste of animal training at Jr. Animal Trainer Day on Sunday. Through games, presentations and live entertainment, young guests learned about training animals and becoming a junior trainer. See gallery

‘Augie T’s Last Stand’ at Blaisdell Arena

Augie T gave his final big concert at the Blaisdell Arena on Saturday, joined by Andy Bumatai and Frank De Lima and musical guests Cutting Edge and Justice Moon. After 27 years of entertaining fans, the Farrington High grad is considering a move into politics. See gallery

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Waianae Carnival 2019

West Oahu was swinging, sliding, racing and rollicking as E.K. Fernandez Shows brought its signature brand to Waianae last weekend. Entertainment included Josh Tatofi, Mahkess and Johnny Suite, as well as local school and community performing organizations. See gallery

First Friday at the Hawaii State Art Museum

The Hawaii State Art Museum blended fashion with art, with designer Robyn Yim Pang (RYP Designs) collaborating with artist Satoru Abe in a “Fine Art To Fabric” collection. Singer/songwriter Tim Rose and students by Hawaii Youth Symphony students and alumni provided musical entertainment, while screenprinter April Sham and painter Deb Haugen did live art. See gallery

Isabelle Huppert portrays an unhinged widow in ‘Greta’

If one must be stalked by a lonely, obsessive widow who loves barbiturates and mind games, it might as well be Isabelle Huppert. That seems to be the chief takeaway from “Greta,” a sleek, derivative psychological thriller. Read more

Amazing Comic Con Aloha 2019

Comic book lovers, videogame players and fans of all things fantastic gathered at the Hawai‘i Convention Center on Friday and Saturday for Amazing Comic Con Aloha, which had been rescheduled after storms delayed its original August date. Cosplayers put on a show of their own as they met with celebrities like actors Evangeline Lilly, aka “The Wasp,” “Power Rangers” Jason David Frank, Amy Jo Johnson and Steve Cardenas, comic artist Jim Starlin, creator of Thanos (“Infinity Gauntlet”), and artist George Perez, creator of “The New Teen Titans.” See gallery

Hawaii Collector’s Expo at Blaisdell Center

The 29th Annual Hawaii Collector’s Expo brought admirers of antiques, art, coins, stamps, musical instruments, comic books and other collectible items to the Blaisdell Center last weekend. Items came from the mainland, international sources as well as Hawaii for the expo. See gallery

Celebrating the Arts 2019 at Waimea Valley

The North Shore community showed their support for art and music programs for youth at the Friends of Sunset Beach ninth annual Celebrating the Arts on Saturday. The fundraiser for the nonprofit organization featured performances by Tyke James of “The Voice,” along with Landon McNamara and Tiara Hernandez. Works by featured artist Welzie and other local artists were on sale to raise funds. See gallery

Craft, a Hawaii Craft Beer Festival at Bishop Museum

Craft, a Hawaii Craft Beer Festival took place at Bishop Museum on Saturday. Featuring brews from Hawaii’s craft beer breweries, about a dozen island breweries brought 30 of their offerings, many of them made with locally grown ingredients. See gallery

New Wave Friday at Ward Village

Ward Village joined Pow! Wow! Hawaii for the New Wave Friday block party on Feb. 22. Pow! Wow! organizer Jasper Wong gave a live art demonstration, while music was provided by ukulele master Taimane and hip-hop artist Nyah. See gallery

Duke’s Night at Diamond Head Theatre

The Outrigger Duke Kahanamoku Foundation presented a $25,000 scholarship to one lucky student on Saturday at Diamond Head Theatre. The award is largest single scholarship in the state. Hawaii reggae singer Irie Love also performed. See gallery

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