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From The Editor MAGAZINE

HAWAII VOLUME 16, ISSUE 9 MAY 2010

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NEWS & LISTINGS

Also see page 8 for info about our 6th Annual Cover Model Contest. Here’s your chance to get yourself, or that special someone, on the cover of Odyssey Magazine.

COLUMNS

So stay well, play safe, and remember, wherever we are… that’s the place to be!

JUST FOR FUN In Between 10th Anniversary Geovanny @ HULAS WHO AIDS Walk 2010

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Well if April showers really do bring May flowers, hopefully the sun will be shining bright this month on some of the fun festivities that are planned, like the Honolulu Rainbow Film Festival or the Pride Idol Preliminaries. It’s time to start showing support for YOUR gay community, so check out these and other great events happening this month in our Special Events section on page 16.

News Briefs Weekly Events SPECIAL EVENTS On Oahu

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Blaine is a typical young gay man looking for love...without much success. Enter Xander, the man of his dreams. After meeting in an online chat room, they quickly fall for each other and start a virtual relationship. Before long, they decide to meet face-to-face for a coffee date. But in Blaine’s world, nothing comes easy. He discovers he’s been chatting with his new online boyfriend under his roommate Cameron’s profile. The problem is, Cameron is a sexy gogo dancer - and that’s the guy Xander is expecting to see. Blaine persuades his roommate to pose as him during the date until he can win over Xander with his wit and charm. It’s Blaine’s brain versus Cameron’s brawn as love blossoms within this threesome. Featured at the Honolulu Rainbow Film Festival May 27-30.

Aloha, Freddie TO SUBSCRIBE, send $30 for a one-year subscription to:

Odyssey Magazine Hawaii PMB 3247 1750 Kalakaua Ave. #203 Honolulu, HI 96826 808-955-5959 email: OdysseyHI@aol.com web: www.odysseyhawaii.com Publisher: Peter Boy, Inc. Editor & Advertising Manager: Freddie Jordan Photographer: David D. Maxwell Graphic Designer: Toshi Simon toshio808@gmail.com • Send artwork to: OdysseyHI@aol.com Odyssey Magazine is published in Hawaii and Los Angeles. All materials herein are the property of Odyssey Magazine. Reprint by permission only. No implication reguarding sexual orientation or preference is made in connection with any person, contributor or advertiser, appearing in this publication. Odyssey Magazine Hawaii does not take any financial or libel obligation to the content of its columnists or advertisements. All views and opinions are those of the writer and bear no implications on the opinions of Odyssey Magazine Hawaii.


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HAMBURGER MARYS HONOLULU REMEMBERED Local filmmaker Arlei Patterson’s film “The Time Of Our Lives” has been officially selected into The 21st Annual Honolulu Rainbow Film Festival 2010. It is a documentary of Hamburger Mary’s Honolulu, beginning in the late 70’s. It is a fun depiction of the 15 year run of the lively bar and grill in the heart of Waikiki. It will take you back to the 70’s and 80’s through still pictures, video, interviews and disco music. The creative characters will reveal to you the rhythm of the night. By Arlei Patterson and Vertov Industries, an ArleiStyle creation. Check Rainbow Film Festival schedule for screening time. THE WINNER OF THIS YEAR’S PRIDE LOGO CONTEST 2010 IS MANDY H. NAMOHALA.

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CONTESTANTS WANTED The Mr. Miss & Ms Gay Pride Contest Council is Calling All Contestants. If you want to be an Ambassador of Pride Title holder & help your community, be at Tapa’s on Wed. May 19th 7-8:30pm or Fri May 21st 7-8:30pm. We will be completing applications & giving you all the tools you need to win these coveted titles. RSVP @ 2580871 for more info. Win a title, wear a sash, help your community, be proud, DO IT! DC COMICS FEATURES GAY SUPERHERO Batwoman, the crime-fighting lesbian avenger, is getting her own comic book title. The move by DC Comics will make her the first ongoing series headlined by an LGBT character. The series, which begins in July, will feature wealthy socialite Kate Kane as the alter ego of Batwoman. Jeff Ayers, manager of Forbidden Planet, a New York City comic book store, told The Daily News that Batwoman has “her own cult following.” “Usually when a publisher has tried gimmicks like that over the years, they beat it to death,” said Ayers. “But it just lingers in the background with her. They treat her like a normal person – which is a fantastic thing.”

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PRISCILLA QUEEN OF THE DESERT TO BROADWAY The tale of two ABBA-loving Aussie drag queens and their curmudgeonly transgender pal who take their show on the road through the Australian outback is headed to North America. Adapted from the Oscar-winning 1994 film, Priscilla Queen of The Desert, The Musical is set to open on Broadway March 6, 2011. The West End cast currently includes Oliver Thornton, Jason Donovan, and Don Gallagher, but it isn’t known whether those actors will repeat their roles in the Broadway production. For more information, visit PriscillaTheMusical.com. OBAMA EXTENDS VISITATION RIGHTS TO LGBT PARTNERS President Barack Obama is ordering that nearly all hospitals allow patients to say who has visitation rights and who can help make medical decisions, including gay and lesbian partners. The White House released a statement by Obama instructing his Health and Human Services secretary to draft rules requiring hospitals that receive Medicare and Medicaid payments to grant all patients the right to designate people who can visit and consult with them at crucial moments. The designated visitors should have the same rights that immediate family members now enjoy, Obama’s instructions said. It said Medicare-Medicaid hospitals, which include most of the nation’s facilities, may not deny visitation and consultation privileges on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or disability. OUT MAGAZINE’S POWER 50 OUT Magazine unveiled their 4th Annual Power 50 list - a veritable who’s who of prominent gay men and women representing all walks of life. From entertainers to politicians, writers, and cultural icons, the Power 50 honors the influencers affecting the cultural and social landscape for the LGBT community. Taking into account political clout, personal wealth, and an individual’s media profile, the list recognizes men and women living the good fight. View the entire list at OUT.com


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“ I w ant to be on t he c o ve r o f ... O d ys s ey Magazin e !” God knows if I had a dime for every time I heard that I’d be up to my nipples in semiprecious metals. Yes, throughout the year my photographer, David, and myself are virtually inundated with starry-eyed hopefuls practically begging us to be on the cover of Odyssey Magazine. Well now’s your chance to work that body, fierce that fashion, or just strike a pose in our 6th Annual Odyssey Cover Model Search. Yes, it’s time to shut up, step up and stop complaining about all the other “lame models” who have graced our Odyssey covers, and get your ass in our contest. Hey, you may not win but that won’t stop us from putting you on a future cover. You just have to have that certain “something” that makes you stick-out (not literally silly) from the rest. Winners will be judged by a panel of experts in the cover model world and be monetarily compensated for their efforts. So send us some pics, a bio, and a contact number and we promise to make you the star you think you are!

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HULA’S - 134 Kapahulu Ave., Waikiki Grand Hotel, 2nd fl 10a-3p Mojitos/Mai Tais $3.50; 3-9p Daily Doubles 5-930p Hula’s Café; 9pm - Close Flashbaxxx All Request 80’s/90’s Video Night & All Well Drinks/Mai Tais $3.50 MAX’S GYM - 438 Hobron Lane, Eaton Square, 4th fl Military Monday’s Free Locker w/purchase of any membership. Valid 12 noon till 12 mid. Must have active duty military ID IN BETWEEN – 2155 Lau’ula St. (Waikiki) 926-7060 Happy Hours Noon - 8pm. Well Drinks, Bud Light Pints, Domestic Beer: $ 3.00. Drink Special: $3.00 Bud Light Draft Pints / $4 Mug (8pm - 2am). Karaoke from Noon 2am. Massage Mondays with Lonnie $1 per minute chair massage TAPAS – 407 Seaside Ave. 2nd fl. 921-2288 11 hour Happy Hour! 9am – 8pm Draft Beer $2.50, Wells $3, House Wine $4; Lunch Special 11am-1pm; Free Karaoke 8p-10p. WANG CHUNG’S - 2410 Koa Ave. 921-9176 Musical Monday: Sing your heart out to showtunes and enjoy $3 Bud/Bud Light; $5 Three Olive Flavored Vodka Drinks! LOJAX - 2256 Kuhio Ave. 2nd Fl. 922-2422 12n-4pm $4 All Wells; 4-9pm Drinks Half Off; 9:30pm2am $3.50 Domestic/Wells $4.50 Import/Calls; 9pm Pool Tournament; Kitchen open 7pm-1:30am.

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W E D N E S D A Y HULA’S - 134 Kapahulu Ave., Waikiki Grand Hotel, 2nd fl 10am-3pm Mojitos/Mai Tais $3.50; 3-9pm Daily Doubles/$5 Top Shelf; 7pm American Idol on Big Screen! 9pm Pool Tournament plus H.U.M.P. ( HipHop, Urban, Mainstream, Pop) w/ DJ KSM; UV+RedBull $5. 5-930pm Hula’s Cafe IN BETWEEN – 2155 Lau’ula St. (Waikiki) 926-7060 Happy Hours Noon - 8pm. Well Drinks, Bud Light Pints, Domestic Beer: $ 3.00. Drink Special: $4.00 Dos Equis (8pm - 2am) Karaoke from Noon - 2am. MAX’S GYM - 438 Hobron Lane, Eaton Square, 4th fl Free Billiards Play pool free in our TV lounge 12 noon to midnight. Club admission required. TAPAS – 407 Seaside Ave. 2nd fl. 921-2288 11 hour Happy Hour! 9am – 8pm Draft Beer $2.50, Wells $3, House Wine $4. WANG CHUNG’S - 2410 Koa Ave. 921-9176 Wanton Wednesday Unethically priced $4 Corona, Heineken & Hennessey. LOJAX - 2256 Kuhio Ave. 2nd Fl. 922-2422 12n-4pm $4 All Wells; 4-9pm Drinks Half Off; Kitchen open 7pm-1:30am; Hawaiian Nights featuring Live Hawaiian Music 8-10:30pm.

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HULA’S - 134 Kapahulu Ave., Waikiki Grand Hotel, 2nd fl 9am-10am YOGA; 10am-3pm Mojitos/Mai Tais $3.50; 3-9pm Daily Doubles; 9pm - Closing Eye Candy - A Sexy Video Night w VJ AL-X; Well Vodka $3.50, 7pm American Idol on Big Screen!

HULA’S - 134 Kapahulu Ave., Waikiki Grand Hotel, 2nd fl 10am-3pm Mojitos/Mai Tais $3.50; 3-9pm Daily Doubles; 9pm Well Rum/Cosmos $3.50/Flavored Cosmos $5; 10pm SPIN - Special Guest DJs Weekly! 10:30pm GoGo 808 Boyz. 5-930pm Hula’s Cafe

IN BETWEEN – 2155 Lau’ula St. (Waikiki) 926-7060 Happy Hours Noon - 8pm. Well Drinks, Bud Light Pints, Domestic Beer: $ 3.00. Drink Special: $3.00 Bud Light Wheat (8pm - 2am). Karaoke from Noon - 2am.

IN BETWEEN – 2155 Lau’ula St. (Waikiki) 926-7060 Happy Hours Noon - 8pm; Well Drinks, Bud Light Pints, Domestic Beer Drink Special: $4 Sweet Tea Vodka (8pm - 2am); Karaoke Noon - 2am.

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WANG CHUNG’S - 2410 Koa Ave. 921-9176 Teabag Tuesday: “Let your balls out” w/ $3 Miller Lite & MGD 64, $5 Jagermeister & 1800 Reposado

TAPAS - 407 Seaside Ave. 2nd fl. 921-2288 11 hour Happy Hour! 9am – 8pm Draft Beer $2.50, Wells $3, House Wine $4; Free Pupus 6pm.

TAPAS – 407 Seaside Ave. 2nd fl. 921-2288 11 hour Happy Hour! 9a-8p Draft Beer $2.50, Wells $3, House Wine $4; Free Karaoke 8p-10p. WANG CHUNG’S - 2410 Koa Ave. 921-9176 Thuper Thursday: $4 Sapporo Draft, Asahi & Kirin Light; $5 Chilled Sake Shots & Chuhi’s.


LOJAX - 2256 Kuhio Ave. 2nd Fl. 922-2422 12n-4pm $4 All Wells; 4-9pm Drinks Half Off; Kitchen open 7pm-1:30am; *Taco Thursdays: 2 Tacos & Corona Beer $6; DJ Kevin spinning 10pm-2am.

F R I D A Y HULA’S - 134 Kapahulu Ave., Waikiki Grand Hotel, 2nd fl 10am-3pm Mojitos/Mai Tais plus Tropical Drinks $3.50; 3-9pm “$5 Fridays” Top Shelf, Big Martinis, Daily Doubles $5; DJ HONU 5-930pm Hula’s Café; 9pm-Closing LIVE DJs/VJs; 10:30pm GoGo 808 Boyz IN BETWEEN - 2155 Lau’ula St. (Waikiki) - 926-7060 Happy Hours Noon - 8pm; Well Drinks, Bud Light Pints, Domestic Beer $3; Drink Special: $5 1800 Silver (8pm 2am); Karaoke Noon - 2am FUSION - 2260 Kuhio Ave, 2nd fl. The Gender Bender Lip Gloss Review 9:45pm, The Men of Fusion 12:30am, 10:30pm “2nd Story” The Club Within a Club w/ weekly guest DJ’s & mixed format. TAPAS – 407 Seaside Ave. 2nd fl. 921-2288. 11 hour Happy Hour! 9am – 8pm Draft Beer $2.50, Wells $3, House Wine $4; Lunch Special 11am-1pm; Free Pupus 6pm; Pool Tournament 9pm; Fur-Low Fridays 8pm-close. Wear your Aloha Bear tags and get Happy Hour prices. Dance Music 11pm – close WANG CHUNG’S - 2410 Koa Ave. 921-9176 Futoko’s Friday: $4 Sapporo Draft, Asahi & Kirin Light; $5 Chilled Sake Shots. LOJAX - 2256 Kuhio Ave. 2nd Fl. 922-2422 12n-4pm $4 All Wells; 4-9pm Drinks Half Off; 9pm-2am Drink Specials; Kitchen open 7pm-1:30am; DJ Matt spinning 10pm-2am.

S A T U R D A Y GAY CRUISE - Advanced tickets at Hula’s or hulas.com $20 per person! Meet at Hula’s 2PM sharp. HULA’S - 134 Kapahulu Ave., Waikiki Grand Hotel, 2nd fl 10am-3pm Mojitos/Mai Tais $3.50; 3-9pm Daily Doubles; All Gay Catamaran Cruise 2pm sharp! $20/person! Adv tickets at Hula’s or hulas.com. Free Mai Tai or Draft Beer at Hula’s after cruise; 5-930pm Hula’s Café; 12:30-2p LIVE DJ/VJs 10:30pm GoGo 808 Boyz IN BETWEEN - 2155 Lau’ula St. (Waikiki) - 926-7060 Happy Hours Noon - 8pm; Well Drinks, Bud Light Pints, Domestic Beer Drink Special: $6 Grey Goose Flavors (8pm - 2am); Karaoke Noon - 2am

FUSION - 2260 Kuhio Ave, 2nd fl. The Paper Doll Review 9:45pm, The Men of Fusion 12:30am. 10:30pm “2nd Story” The Club Within a Club w/ weekly guest DJ’s TAPAS – 407 Seaside Ave. 2nd fl. 921-2288 11 hour Happy Hour! 9am – 8pm Draft Beer $2.50, Wells $3, House Wine $4; Dance Music 11 pm – close WANG CHUNG’S - 2410 Koa Ave. 921-9176 Sexy Saturday: $4 Sapporo Draft, Asahi & Kirin Light; $5 Sakura Drops; $8 Sexy Pear Martinis. MAX’S GYM - 438 Hobron Lane, Eaton Square, 4th fl. Discount Weekends Military & student discounts around the clock all weekend with any Max’s Gym membership. LOJAX - 2256 Kuhio Ave. 2nd Fl. 922-2422 12n-4pm $4 All Wells; 4-9pm Drinks Half Off; 9pm-2am Drink Specials; Kitchen open 7pm-1:30am; DJ Regina spinning 10pm-2am every 2nd Sat.; DJ Daniel J spinning 10pm – 2am every 1st, 3rd, 4th, Sat.

S U N D A Y HULA’S - 134 Kapahulu Ave., Waikiki Grand Hotel, 2nd fl 9am-10am YOGA; 10am-3pm Mojitos/Mai Tais $3.50; 3-9pm Beach Party Beer Blast! Snapps $2/Draft Pint $2.50 Pitcher $5 plus Daily Doubles; 5-930pm Hula’s Café; 9pm DoubleDouble Sundaze Double Cocktails for Single Prices & Double 808 GoGo Boyz 8:30pm; 5pmClosing LIVE DJ/VJs. IN BETWEEN - 2155 Lau’ula St. (Waikiki) - 926-7060 Happy Hours Noon - 8pm; Well Drinks, Bud Light Pints, Domestic Beer $3 Drink Special: $5 Absolut Flavors (8pm - 2am); Karaoke from Noon - 2am TIKI Tea Dance @ Café Hula Girl (1888 Kalakaua Ave.) w/ 1/2 price cocktails 4-6pm. TAPAS – 407 Seaside Ave. 2nd fl. 921-2288. Brunch 11 hour Happy Hour! 9am – 8pm Draft Beer $2.50, Wells $3, House Wine $4; Brunch 9am –1pm; Catamaran Cruise 12:30-2:30 pm, $20 includes 1 free well or draft upon return WANG CHUNG’S - 2410 Koa Ave. 921-9176 Shochu Sunday: Shochu? Fo sho! $4 Stella Artois, Widmer Hefeweizen Draft, Sierra Nevada Ales & Bacardi. LOJAX - 2256 Kuhio Ave. 2nd Fl. 922-2422 12n-4pm $4 All Wells; 2-6pm BBQ Sunday; 4-9pm Drinks Half Off; 9pm-2am Drink Specials; Kitchen open 7pm1:30am; Special Guest DJ’s.

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MAX’S GYM - 438 Hobron Lane, Eaton Square, 4th fl. Student Night Students 18-25 w/ valid active high school or college ID get a free locker with purchase of any valid membership. Good 12 noon till 12 mid.


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21st Annual Honolulu Rainbow Film Festival May 27 – 30 @ Doris Duke Theatre at the Honolulu Academy of Arts. Visit www.hglcf.org for info. May 25th Pride Idol Prelim Round; May 30th Paper Doll Revue Annual Premier Show. May 6, 13, 20, 27 10:30pm SPIN w/ Weekly Guest DJ’s: May 1st 9pm Beach Party! Free Leis to the first 100! 10pm Hula’s May Day in Hawaii Show featuring James Dela Cruz, Derek Daniels Productions & special guests! Plus Donnie’s Happy Birthday 9pm! May 5th All Day All Night Cinco De Mayo / Boyz Day Party! Drink & Mexican Food Specials by Hula’s Café; May 7th 6pm-8pm Hula’s Supper Club w/3-course Dinner, Live Show 8-9:30pm w/Matt Yee Cabaret Sing-A-Long! Call 375-8440 for info & reservations! May 14th 6-8pm Fundraiser For Gregory House Programs w/ 3-course Dinner, Live Show 8-9:30pm w/Matt Yee Cabaret Sing-A-Long! Call 375-8440 for info & reservations! May 27th 9pm Full Moon Party w/ Shots Special: Cuervo Gold $3 / Jager $4 & Readings by Sylvia. All Geminis... Get Free Cocktail! May 27, 28, 29, 30 9pm Afterparty Nightly w/drink specials for the 21st Annual Honolulu Rainbow Film Festival. May 5th Cinco De Mayo w/$4 Corona, Corona Light, Dos Equis Lager & $2 off all Tequilla; May 12th 9pm – Mid Jacobs Birthday w/$4 Well Drinks & $1 off all shots! May 20th 9pm Pride Idol w/ $4 Rolling Rock & $3 Red Headed Sluts; May 30th 2:30pm to 5:30pm CATAMARAN BOOZE CRUISE Reserve tickets early. $25 Includes Limo, Cruise, Pupu’s and free drink upon returning.

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May 23rd Super Star DJ Keoki spinning up the hottest mixes from 10pm to 2:00am; May 31st 9pm Pride Idol Prelim Round.


MAX’S GYM - May 3rd 4 - 8pm Monthly Members Appreciation Day. All active monthly club members get a free club locker upon check-in the first Monday of May. Just present your monthly membership card and a valid identification. May 1st 4-6 pm Tapa’s May Day Celebration. Live Hawaiian Music by Momi Starr & Lei contest; May 5th 2pm – close. Cinco de Mayo! Specials on Corona, tequila. Free chips and salsa. Bartender Jack’s Birthday! May 7th 8pm – close. Just SHOT UP and Dance! Shot specials, including Hello Kitty, Green Lantern, Kamikazes and more. Live DJ; May 9th 9am-1pm. Mother’s Day Buffet Brunch. $7. Bring your mother in for a FREE brunch; May 9th 10am-2:30 pm Aloha Bears Catamaran. $20 includes free well drink or draft upon return; May 21st 8pm-close. In celebration of Aussie Bums w/24 oz Fosters including mug. Live Aussie DJ Pez & Aussie Bum Beachwear; May 26th 8pm-10pm Tapa’s Pride Idol; May 31st 5-7pm. Memorial Day/ Beginning of Summer BBQ. May 7th 7-10pm First Friday Pub Crawl! Take a chartered ride around Waikiki. $15 in advance includes a complementary drink at Wang Chung’s and a complementary drink at Smith Union in Chinatown. Make your reservations online @ firstfridayhawaii.com or in person at Wang Chung’s; May 16th 4-6pm Live Piano Bar w/ our very own jazz pianist Cory Nomura, every third Sunday of the month; May 17th 7-10pm The Musical Monday. A night of fun for our talented theatrical community and show tune lovers! Sponsored by Better Brands; May 21st 9pm Dueling Divas! Double the karaoke excitement as these divas pair up and perform their best duets! June 1st 8pm Pride Idol. Preliminary round for the hugely popular local talent search. Winner goes on to compete in the finals at the Annual Gay Pride Festival. A Benefit Concert for Neil Abercrombie for Governor, starring Robert Cazimero, Byron Nease (Phantom of the Opera), and John Proulx. May 21st 7:30 pm @ Hawaii Theatre. Meet & Greet after the show. Tickets

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available online at www.neilabercrombie.com/tickets or phone: 589-2237 or at Abercrombie Headquarters (1050 Ala Moana Blvd. Ste 2150) Aloha Attire requested. The MMM Council & two time Miss Gay Pride Quinna, are proud to present “The Calling” @ Tapas May 27th 4-10pm. Inviting all elite past Pride Title Holders, Reigning Prides & Pride Candidates for a Special Night of Admiration w/pupus, mentoring & raffles. Toast the Past, Be Present, & Help the Future. RSVP @ 258-0871. HONOLULU LGBT PRIDE PARADE June 5th 10am at Magic Island (Ala Moana Park) then FREE Celebration at Kapiolani Park Bandstand @ 11:30am. Live Entertainment, Local LGBT groups, Keiki Area, Crafters & Food Vendors. Details at honoluluprideparade.org THE 1ST ANNUAL CRUSADE FOR AIDS June 5th A Charity Walk @ Magic Island. Check in 9-9:45am Walk @ 10am Win 2 nites @ any Aqua Hotel. Any Crusaders pre registered online or Pre-Registers w/ pledge form minimum $20 paid, before May 15th will receive a Commemorative T-Shirt, and Gift Bag (bags limited, hurry) Be a Crusader and Register @ www. honolulupff.org

PRIDE IDOL Season 3 Preliminary Rounds May 1st 6pm @ Smith Union May 8th 10pm @ Chemistry May 13th 7pm @ Club Ke Kai May 20th 9pm @ In Between May 25th 10pm @ Fusion May 26th 8pm @ Tapa’s May 31st 9pm @ LoJax June 1st 8pm @ Wang Chungs June 9th 6pm @ Hula’s June 19th Finales @ Pride Festival

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MAX’S GYM / MEN’S CLUB 10 438 Hobron Lane @ Eaton Square, 4th fl 951-8232 “A Private Man’s Club, Steam Room, Sauna, Showers, Video Room. Open 24 hrs.

80% STRAIGHT 11 134 Kapahulu Ave. in Waikiki Grand Hotel 1st fl (just below Hula’s!) 923-9996

WAIKIKI ADULT VIDEO ENT. 17 2270 Kuhio Ave. 924-9283

WAIKIKI ADULT VIDEO ENT. 17 2270 Kuhio Ave. 924-9283

DIVINE PLEASURES 55 S. Kamehameha Hwy, Wahiawa 621-8090 www.divinepleasures.net

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Travel Fitness

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t’s easy to let a vacation or business trip destroy your fitness schedule and eating habits, but why let something as rewarding as a vacation or as exciting as a business trip leave you feeling unhealthy upon return. The whole purpose of a vacation is to relax and take care of you. With a little research and proper planning, you can create an easy to follow plan to keep you fit and healthy no matter where you travel, and you can return home feeling more healthy and energized than when you left. There is no excuse for not finding places to exercise when every city has a great staircase, stadium, or tall buildings where you can master the stairs without a machine. If stairs aren’t your thing, cities have lots of great places for walking, running, or even hiking. Ask the Hotel concierge if there are parks or trials close by. Ask for a map of the city and find out how many of your destinations are reachable by foot. (Walking will increase your fitness level and decrease your taxi fares). Prior to your departure, find out if your hotel has a workout facility and a pool, and remember to pack your bathing suit and at least one workout outfit. Forgetting these items is a great excuse to not work out.

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If your hotel does not offer fitness accommodations, bring along a jump rope and an exercise tube. They are both lightweight and easy to transport. Jumping rope is one of the best forms of cardiovascular exercise, and you can do it anywhere. With the exercise tube, and a pre-arranged plan to keep you motivated, you can keep your entire body toned and energized without even entering a


gym. Numerous magazines and web sites offer workout instructions for each body part. And, of course, body weight exercises such as push-ups and crunches require no equipment at all. The point is to find a workout routine that suits your needs and follow it. Remember all the time and energy you put into your exercise is for you. My number one nutritional tips while traveling is to always drink plenty of water, especially when flying. Keep a bottle of water with you at all times. Pick up portable healthy snacks (fruit, granola bars, nuts, fig bars) at local markets so you wont be caught hungry in front of the mini bar or at the airport where prices are sky high. Try to eat at least three times per day to keep you from feeling famished and overindulging at any one time. By all means go ahead and splurge on regional dished and local cuisine, but balance your diet by choosing lower calorie foods at other meals.

Transformational Massage and Body Work

Whether your trip is for business or pleasure, remember that you should take some time out for yourself everyday. Why not dedicate that time to improving your health and making yourself feel better.

James A. Eastman is a Certified Personal Trainer Through the American College of Sports Medicine and a Licensed Massage Therapist. If you need help beginning or changing a fitness program or would like an excellent professional therapeutic massage give him a call @ 554-5504

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A bouncy, energetic, earlyfortyish, native New Yorker with four mighty passions in life: boys, baseball, Barbra and Baskin-Robbins. He’s a sensitive and compassionate guy, with a great big heart and a strong sense of humanity.

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Born Delroy Monroe (but don’t dare call him that!) the flamboyant Soiree is totally self-absorbed and almost always “on.” He sashays through life with a feline grace; to him, the whole world is a high-fashion runway.

A sensitive, idealistic 22 yearold artist, trapped in the body of a god. He is totally oblivious to the jaw-dropping effect he has on almost everyone - and unaware of why both men and women pay him so much attention. Nathan’s faithful pooch. A perky, ever=present, silent observer of everything that goes down in the apartment and the neighborhood. Her great irony: she knows and see it all, but can’t say a thing about it.


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Odyssey Hawaii May 2010  

Odyssey Hawaii May 2010

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