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Wednesday, April 24, 2013 Volume 1, Issue 4

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POW WOW HAWAII • HONOLULU NIGHT MARKET

HUNGRY HUNGRY HIPSTER • AND MORE

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WHAT DO HIPSTERS WEAR? VERONICA FREEMAN ADVERTISING STAFF WRITER Glasses

ALOHA NIGHTS COORDINATOR PRIYA SINGH

(generally fake)

Beanie Bandana headbands

LEAD DESIGNER CHRISTINA LUGO

Bowties

DESIGNERS AMY BABCOCK ROSELLE JULIAN ADVERTISING STAFF WRITERS EMILY BENECKE BECKA DAY VERONICA FREEMAN

Band tees

OR Flannels, Jean jackets

PHOTOGRAPHERS JIMMY EDENS MELISSA WESSEL

Converse

Grandpa sweaters

Thigh highs

WEB DEVELOPER SAMMY KHAMIS

Aloha Nights is Ka Leo’s entertainment guide, a paid advertising supplement produced by the Ka Leo advertising department. This section features articles and information on dining, drinking, fashion, music, concerts, art and more. Aloha Nights will be a monthly publication distributed inside Ka Leo special issues through May 2013.

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TOP 20 HIPSTER TUNES EMILY BENECKE ADVERTISING STAFF WRITER

• FRESH CAFÉ - 831 QUEEN ST. • SALT - 3605 WAIALAE AVE. • TOWN - 3435 WAIALAE AVE. • UNCLE BO’S - 559 KAPAHULU AVE. • REAL A GASTROPUB - 1020 AUAHI ST.

REBECKA DAY ADVERTISING STAFF WRITER

COFFEE TALK

GLAZER’S

KISSATEN

Coffee Talk might win on the funky scale. There are separate study rooms on reserve with unique architecture. This place is comfortable and has bright ambiance.

Glazer’s is a serious coffee house. With awesome indie art and antiques with vintage décor, this place screams cozy, peaceful and hipster.

What makes this shop stand out is its 24-7 appeal. With plenty of tables, it makes a great spot to meet up for a midnight study sesh or as somewhere to go in the middle of the night because sleeping is so mainstream.

MENU: Standard coffee bar. Try the hazelnut latte!

WIFI: FREE

MENU: From Italian sodas to Thai lattes, as well as a full kitchen with soups, salads and sandwiches, Kissaten has everything you could want to keep you satisfied from breakfast to dinner, as well as great Hawaiian coffee.

LOCATION: 3601 Waialae Ave.

WIFI: One hour with purchase

WIFI: FREE LOCATION: Just a short walk from the University, it’s located at 2700 S King St.

LOCATION: 88 Piikoi St., just near Ala Moana mall. (808) 737-7444 | coffeetalkhi.com

(808) 391-6548 | glazerscoffee.com

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MENU: In addition to lunch items such as sandwiches and salads with housemade dressing, what makes this menu stand out is the delicious fresh-baked goods. Try their Cream Cheese Cookies.

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Scan the QR code to hear these tunes on Spotify

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You can hear more great tunes like these at the following locations:

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Music surrounds us all the time. Whether it’s the alarm that gets us out of bed, the beat that drives us across campus in our headphones, or the background beat that accompanies our dancing, music is omnipresent. It is an ever-evolving art form; keeping up with it can be taxing yet rewarding. While it’s easy to hate on them, one thing that “hipsters” do right is staying on the forefront of new emerging artists. Hope you guys can dig this playlist, made especially for the budding hipsters out there.


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KARAI CRAB 901 HAUSTEN ST. 808.952.6990 KARAICRAB.COM

LE CREPE CAFE 2525 DOLE ST. LECREPECAFE.COM

PAPA JOHNS HAWAII 1646 KAPI‘OLANI BLVD. 808.592.7272 PAPAJOHNS.COM

TEDDY’S BIGGER BURGERS 2424 S. BERETANIA ST. 808.949.0050 TEDDYSBIGGERBURGER.COM

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VERBIAGE HIPSTER - hipsters are a subculture of men and women in their 20's and 30's that value independent thinking, counterculture, progressive politics, an appreciation of art and indie rock, creativity, intelligence and witty banter. INDIE - an obscure form of rock, which you only learn about from someone slightly more hip than yourself. GLAM - the art of celebrating all things beautiful, superficial. Marvelous, fabulous, imperfect, unserious. CHIPPER - a woman who's easy. “She's a real chipper; she’ll sleep with anyone"

FRADO - an ugly guy who thinks he's good-looking. TASSEL - girl. "Jim is definitely a frado, but somehow he gets a new tassel every night."

FIN - the opposite of deck, similar to outdated terms like "wack" and "lame." FUNK – basically its like this: soul + drugs = funk. “George Clinton plays some funky-ass funk.” Definitions via urbandictionary.com and the hipster handbook.

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JUICER - a ladies' man. An individual who has undeniable sex appeal.

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DECK - a key word for most hipsters, similar in meaning to the antiquated “fresh.”

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PowWow Hawaii, founded by Jasper Wong, is an art project that goes beyond displaying the art of a few talented individuals. Bringing together internationally acclaimed graffiti artists from all over the world, PowWow Hawaii, has started to bring some color to the visual landscape of the downtown and industrial areas of Honolulu.

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KELLY O’NEIL’S 311 LEWERS ST. 808.926.1777 IRISHPUBHAWAII.COM

IRISH ROSE SALOON 478 ENA RD. 808.947.3414 IRISHROSESALOON.COM

O’TOOLE’S PUB 902 NU‘UANU AVE. 808.536.4138 IRISHPUBHAWAII.COM

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HUNGRY HUNGRY HIPSTER

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If you’re on the prowl for something tasty, and trending that won’t break your bank, check out Karai Crab. They have delicious combo lunches, a clean and crisp ambiance, and most importantly, their food makes for great Instagram posts! Enjoy and filter away.

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PRIYA SINGH ALOHA NIGHTS COORDINATOR

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When you walk through the market, you’ll see people of all ages engulfing themselves with creativity and originality. Bookstores, coffee shops, and a large warehouse are open to the public so that one can explore the vendors and art. There is no entrance fee, which is great for those who want to explore but not spend. Live music performances can be heard while you dance around, lounge on curvy benches set up on a platform of fake grass or chairs and tables set up by the food. To really understand the Honolulu Night Market you have to go and see it for yourself. There are constant additions of art and food to the market, as well as events and music headliners. It is a perfect place to hang out and explore the newest and latest events with a trendy crowd.

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The Honolulu Night Market is one of the liveliest, most expressive street fairs in Honolulu. Every third Saturday artists, musicians, foodies and artisans alike come out to display their work and encompass visitors with creativity and inspiration. Visitors can expect to see vendors selling their creative pieces, from jewelry and art to clothing and food. Top restaurants from all over the island set up booths to satisfy your evening munchies and spike your interest in new and evolving menus. One can expect to see a plethora of cuisines and foods. The art at the Honolulu Night Market is expressive and passionate. When I went to the market in February, I saw small exhibits, people painting on the streets and even a trailer decked out in the beautiful images and colors. Street performers could be spotted all over as were stations set up for visitors to get creative with pens, pencils and markers provided by the market and/or artist managing the station.

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BY THE NUMBERS Surveyed 100 males & 100 female students on campus DO YOU RIDE A BIKE? IS IT A FIXIE?

11%

38%

38%

49%

OF MEN SAY YES

OF WOMEN SAY YES

OF MEN SAY YES

OF WOMEN SAY YES

DO YOU HAVE A TUMBLR?

51%

OF MEN SAY YES

OF WOMEN SAY YES

2% OF MEN SAY YES

5%

WOMEN

DO YOU OWN A SHIRT THAT IS “UNISEX”?

53%

95%

IS IT A V-NECK?

47%

51%

OF WOMEN SAY YES

DO YOU WEAR HIGH-WAISTED PANTS?

1% DO YOU HAVE THICK-RIMMED GLASSES?

DO YOU OWN A GUITAR?

18%

42%

29%

OF WOMEN SAY YES

OF MEN SAY YES

OF WOMEN SAY YES

26%

DO YOU WEAR TIGHTS OR LEGGINGS AS PANTS?

74%

DO YOU SHOP AT VINTAGE STORES? ARE YOU INTO POETRY?

DO YOU CUT YOUR OWN HAIR?

39%

59%

29%

OF MEN SAY YES

OF WOMEN SAY YES

OF MEN SAY YES

OF WOMEN SAY YES

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IS YOUR GO-TO BRAND AMERICAN APPAREL?

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14% OF MEN SAY YES

DO YOU WEAR SKINNY JEANS?

60%

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DO YOU HAVE A PRIUS?

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Lunch:Tues-Fri 11AM-2PM Dinner: Mon-Sun 5PM-10PM Live Entertainment & Belly Dancing every 1st and 3rd Sunday of the Month

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QUIZ

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Directions: It’s simple. 1) All you need to do is answer “yes” or “no” to each question 2) Add up all your yes’s at the end of the quiz. YES NO

Not close enough. Keep trying. Semi-hipster Some would consider you a hipster, some wouldn’t. On your way to the big top. Forget it, you’re hipster.

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Are those fake glasses? Your heart beats faster when you shop organic (and you always shop organic). Do you find yourself wearing a scarf in Hawaii, even when it is sweltering hot outside? Can you only open your legs halfway because your skinny jeans restrict your crotch region? You own a pair of TOMS. You only write in Moleskine journals. Do you drink kombucha? Do you think your mustache is awesome/do you think handlebar mustaches are awesome? (If you have a handle-bar mustache, add an extra point). What color is your fixie? (Trick question: you have a fixie; add a point). Would you want to be a barista? The majority of your wardrobe consists of screen-printed tees. PBR is your favorite beer. You have a token Republican friend whom you always refer to as your “Republican friend.” You watch unknown documentaries on the regular. Do you only listen to bands that no one has heard of before, like Fit for Hounds and Quadratic Emcees? You liked the page “Are you Buddhist” on Facebook. You’re too cool for Facebook. Do you wear your grandparents’ clothes? You deny being a hipster but secretly you like it on the inside. Do you reflect deeply every day and have a meditation hour? Do you now enjoy the books you were forced to read in high school, like: The Great Gatsby, Oliver Twist, Pride and Prejudice and Huckleberry Finn? Do you try to shop online at IKEA, even though they don’t ship to Hawai‘i? Do you know Matt the Hipster on campus? Do you try to start your own fads? Did you make a Tumblr and delete it when it became too mainstream?

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Check out our scoring box to find out how much of a hipster you are!


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BAMP PROJECT PRESENTS:

CIRCA SURVIVE THE REPUBLIK: 8 PM 1349 KAPIOLANI BLVD.

An American rock band from the suburbs of Philadelphia released an album in August 2012 with a new sound. 21+

BAMP PROJECT PRESENTS:

NAS

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SHEN YUN SPECTACULAR CHINESE DANCE

NEAL S. BLAISDELL CONCERT HALL: 2 PM

777 WARD AVE.

With beautifully handcrafted costumes and eccentric backgrounds, professional dancer Shen Yun puts on a wonderfully cultural show.

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NIGHT OWL THE GROVE KAILUA: 9 PM 33 AULIKE ST.

A new downtown lounge to chill in is opening in Kailua from 9 PM to 1 AM with no cover charge.

THE REPUBLIK: 9 PM 1349 KAPI‘OLANI BLVD.

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Nas first appeared on the hiphop scene in 1991 and has been since nominated for 11 Grammys.

THE BRITISH BLUES EXPLOSION WITH JOHN MAYALL AND KIM SIMMONDS

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ALOHA TOWER PIER MARKETPLACE PIER 10: 8 PM 1 ALOHA TOWER DRIVE

The “godfather of British Blues” visits Hawaii for two great nights of music and fun.

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OTHER EVENTS AROUND TOWN

MONDAY’S

AT MD’S

MADDOG SALOON 2301: 8 PM KUHIO AVE. This hideaway bar offers drink specials on Mondays that you won’t want to miss.

RAIN:

A TRIBUTE TO THE BEATLES

• MAY 2: SALSAMOR! LATIN DANCING VICE NIGHTCLUB: 8 PM 1200 ALA MOANA BLVD. The $10 cover charge includes a free drink and salsa lesson every Thursday at this nightclub in Ward Center.

• MAY 3: FIRST FRIDAY CHINATOWN: 6 PM N. BERETANIA ST. Enjoy great bars and entertainment on the first Friday of every month in Chinatown. All ages.

• MAY 6: PROJECT MONDAY

777 WARD AVE.

JAZZ MINDS ART & CAFE: 9 PM 1661 KAPIOLANI BLVD.

A thrilling tribute to the legendary band, this show has been praised by critics everywhere.

Every Monday, this hip spot features guest soloists along with their usual jazz performers. 18+

NEAL S. BLAISDELL CONCERT HALL: 7:30 PM

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• MAY 6: LULU’S HALF OFF EVERYTHING SIN DAY LULU’S BAR AND GRILL: 7 AM 2586 KALAKAUA AVE.

COMEDY NIGHT

HAWAII

AT THE SHOWROOM

DISCO PARTY

HAWAIIAN BRIAN’S BILLIARDS: 8 PM

BAMBOOZE SPORTS BAR: 10 PM

1680 KAPIOLANI BLVD.

2070 KALAKAUA AVE.

• MAY 17: THIRD FRIDAYS

Improv night with Mr. Aaron is sure to bring some laughs.

This costume-themed dance party promotes crazy 70’s wear and a costume contest.

KAIMUKI: 6 PM KOKO HEAD AVE.

HARD ROCK CAFÉ PRESENTS JOHNNY HELM HARD ROCK CAFÉ WAIKIKI: 5 PM 280 BEACH WALK AVE. This low-key guitar player is a great way to start out an evening.

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Every Monday Lulu’s offers 50 percent off everything at their bar. Perfect for broke college students. 21+

Enjoy street vendors and exhibits at this monthly street fair event.

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