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GOTTA HAVE MORE HOTTIE! 2 BIG PAGES INSIDE
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LAWRENCE TABUDLO PHOTOS
HEIGHT: 5’3’’ MEASUREMENTS: 32-24-35 ETHNICITY: Cuban, Spanish, Filipino, Japanese, Okinawan and African-American MY RIDE: I drive a Camry
because it’s reliable. But if I had the money, I would get a Lancer Evo X or a really big truck because I always thought it would be fun for a small girl to drive such a huge ride. :) FAVORITE TV SHOW/MOVIE:
For TV it’s a toss up between Big
Bang and Friends. I’ve been watching Friends since I was a little girl and it never fails to humor me, but my nerdy side just loves Big Bang. For movies, I love comedies, action and romance. My favorite has to be the Bourne trilogy; love those movies. And I got one comment to add: Aug. 10th, baby!” (Release of The Bourne Legacy, with Jeremy Renner and Rachel Weisz) BOOK IT: I just got into detective fiction during my last semester as an English major at the
University of Hawai’i at Manoa, and I absolutely adore this genre! One of my favorites was The Beast in the Shadows by Edogawa Rampo (or pseudonym Hirai Taro) because of its riveting suspense and plot twists. However, as you may have noticed, I have a hard time picking just one thing, so I have to throw in The Guardian by Nicholas Sparks. It has romance, suspense and action — can’t go wrong. I can read it over and over and it makes me cry every time. I’ve read all his novels.
FAVORITE SINGER: My best
friend P.O.O.R. I swear he is going to be famous! There’s actually a pretty sexy video of me on his youtube page. ;) Go ahead and check it out at www.youtube. com/user/Poorryan/videos PLACE TO PARTY: I’m actually a good girl. I don’t party too hard, but when I do go out I like SOHO’s and Vice. MORE HOTTIE | SP 06
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I have a
passion for learning so if you can teach me something, you’ll have me enthralled.”
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SOMETHING NO ONE KNOWS ABOUT YOU:
MORALES FAVE FOOD: Absolutely everything! I swear I must be 300 pounds under this skinny girl facade. TURN ONS: Wisdom. I love my dorks and nerds. I have a passion for learning so if you can teach me something, you’ll have me enthralled. TURN OFFS: Stupidity, arrogance, bad breath and lame come-ons.
Well, if I told you then it wouldn’t be a secret now, would it? ;-) HAIR AND MAKEUP BY:
Headhsots Hawaii in Aiea (formerly in Macy’s Pearlridge). AGENCY: Larson Talent Management CONTACT: Follow me on Instagram: @mz_tia for daily pictures. Add me on Facebook: Tia Morales-Model. And subscribe to my Youtube channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/tiamo rales/feed
a good girl. I don’t party toohard.”
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OWNER: DYLAN LEVI
WITH MICHAEL KITCHENS Age:
BUILD IT TO BREAK IT
ylan Levi is only 20 yet has already been a part of the lowrider community for half his life. Starting off in the lowrider bike community, he rode low and slow with chrome ape-hanger handlebars and white-wall tires. Then at age 13, he purchased his first lowrider, a 1984 Caprice Classic. “I had mopeds off on the side; I built and sold those, then saved up cash and bought me a ride,” he says. Being young and new to the hydraulics scene, he blew up the trunk by accident. “I didn’t know that you can’t play with the things all day.” Not one to mope about the situation, Dylan immediately purchased a Buick Regal from the classifieds. With the help of Mamerto Magsypoc, who’s known for being a mentor within the Undivided community, Dylan learned the ins and outs of lowrider construction, and built and bagged the Regal. “Merto has taught me everything I know,” he says. Continuing the buy and sell cycle, Dylan eventually sold the Regal and purchased this 1984 Cadillac Coupe de Ville from friends Rex and Piggy as a project car. The first thing you’ll notice is the vivid “Candy Red” paint job by Jason Lum of No Limit Customs. Using only the highest-quality paint, the car is practically devoid of swirl marks and looks as if it’s
1984 CADILLAC COUPE DE VILLE
several feet deep. Devoid of any bondo, it took four months to hammer dolly the body to perfection and six hours of paint. Rolling on real, original 72-spoke Daytons sized at 14-inch inches, the car features a fully hydraulic Pro Hopper 3-pump setup powered by eight batteries. Dylan took the time to demonstrate the system’s ability to get up on three wheels, which resulted in some fantastic photos. The interior has
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fully restored and features luxurious black leather with custom carbon fiber inserts. Surprisingly, this stunning car is nothing more than a starting point for the Undivided crew. “We’re going to try and do a competition show car,” says Dylan, who plans to install a 3-pump setup, hidden batteries, a fully painted frame, chromed under-carriage and lots more. Not one
to play around, he intends to start from the ground up with a fresh new look. One thing that impresses me about the lowrider community is the clubs and its members, who stick together like family. They believe in helping each other out while working together on projects that exemplify their beliefs. Originally formed in the 1990’s, Undivided has been reformed by Merto after being shut down for several years. Undivided believes in having showquality cars that put it up and down at the same time.
As a member of Undivided, Dylan looks forward to making this car bigger and better in order to represent the club’s
ideals. As far as he is concerned, that’s all that matters. “We don’t build them to sit in the garage,” he says. “We build it to break it.”
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TODAY HERE, TOMORROW THE WORLD by BRANDON BOSWORTH
Kai Kamaka, at right, remains committed to properly training Hawaii’s fighters before sending “them out there to compete.” | Photos courtesy of Kai Kamaka
KAI KAMAKA WHAT: 808 Fight Factory owner and lead
trainer; King of the Cage promoter HOMETOWN: Waipahu CURRENT LOCATION: Pearl City TRAINERS: Richard Pelen, John Lewis, Danny Kaheaku, Adrian Silva and Tatsuhiko Hikiji FIGHT DISCIPLINES: Freestyle, Boxing, Wrestling and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu FIGHT RECORD: 4 wins, 5 losses
he owner and head trainer at 808 Fight Factory, and promoter of King of the Cage events, Kai Kamaka, wants the worldwide martial arts community to know what Hawaii has to offer. “I want to set a foundation for Hawaii fighters to be seen nationally so we can compete on the highest level,” Kamaka says. “That was the reason we started promoting shows again and brought King of the Cage to Hawaii.” A Waipahu High School graduate, Kamaka first became involved in the sport back in the mid-90s. “My brother-in-law, Ray Cooper, was helping Kawika Pahaluhi train for his first Superbrawl. We would watch them train in the back of his house,” he recalls. “Then it was Ray’s turn to go into Superbrawl. We started to help where we could and then a whole bunch of us started training. From there we evolved into a team, Jesus Is Lord, which was a representation of our faith.” But it wasn’t until 1997 when Kamaka decided to step into the
ring for the first time. “It was an event called ‘Ultimate Explosion,’” he says. “There were no weight classes back then, and the rounds were 10 minutes long. Head butts were allowed. It was basically a street fight.” When it comes to fight disciplines, Kamaka likes to call what he does “freestyle” — a mixture of various styles all rolled into one. “I started doing stand-up with Richard Pelen, Danny Kaheaku and Adrian Silva at Waianae
Boxing Club. I learned wrestling from Tatsuhiko Hikiji,” he explains. “For my ground game, my brother-in-law, Ron Jhun, and I trained in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu with John Lewis at Nova Uniao. Everything after that was kind of learned on our own through trial and error.” Kamaka now has his eyes firmly set on the future. “I want to train Hawaii boys so we can send them out there to compete,” he says.
QUICKJABS IN THIS TRAINING TIPS FROM
ELBOW STRIKE IN THE CLINCH by BURTON RICHARDSON Burton Richardson coaches worldwide at the elite levels of MMA, BJJ, and the self-defense arts of Jeet Kune Do and Kali. www.MMAForTheStreet.com www.jkdunlimited.com
The elbow strike should be thrown like a punch by driving the elbow through the target. Photo by Sarah Badat-Richardson
The elbow strike is a devastating tool which is now employed often in MMA. It can be used from the kickboxing range, but the timing and footwork needed make it difficult. In the clinch, the elbow can be thrown with greater accuracy. When throwing the elbow, don’t just slash it across the target. Like a punch, lean forward and drive the elbow through the objective. Aim to use just the tip of your elbow, as that is the hardest portion. Think of it as a ball-peen hammer. To hit with the tip, rotate your thumb down so that your elbow extends out a bit farther. Practice perfect form and you will create maximum impact with this powerful weapon.
The UFC will hold its first event in the People’s Republic of China when it visits Macau, a special administrative region of China, Nov. 10 at the Venetian Macao-Resort-Hotel’s CotaiArena. The card, which is yet to have any fights announced, will be seen on Fuel TV. “Breaking into a market with a population of over 1.3 bil- Lorenzo Fertitta | Courtesy photo lion is both a testament to the growth of our sport and a long-term challenge we are excited to undertake,” UFC chairman and CEO Lorenzo Fertitta said. “This is just the first of many world-class fights we plan to hold over the coming years in China, one of the birthplaces of martial arts.” The global expansion may not be done. Following UFC 148 in Las Vegas earlier this month, UFC president Dana White strongly hinted of an upcoming event in Russia … Strikeforce women's bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey will make her first title defense against former champion Sarah Kaufman on Aug. 18 in San Diego. The bout will headline Strikeforce's card at the Valley View Casino Center and air on Showtime. — Bob Emanuel Jr.
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WHERE MUAY THAI OFFERS ‘A BREAK FROM THE NORM’ by NICOLE KATO
-1 Martial Arts & Fitness instructors Ivan Flores and Arthur Wong have always appreciated the unique form of Muay Thai fighting because of its use of elbows (sok) and knees (kao), as well as its power and effectiveness when in the clinch. It’s the reason why these teachers spend many of their days and nights working to expose the beauty of the fighting art to Hawaii residents. “We’re trying to promote Muay Thai in its purest form,” says Flores, who has 15 years of Muay Thai training under his belt. “We want to be a break from the norm.” “Muay Thai has less rules than other arts so it’s a more complete striking art,” adds Wong of Thailand’s national sport, which dates back to ancient battlefields and the hand-to-hand tactics of the Thai (or Siamese) army. “It’s the art of choice for all UFC fighters.” Often referred to as “The Art of Eight Limbs,” Muay Thai practitioners strike
Also known as “The Art of Eight Limbs,” Muay Thai encourages the use of knee (kao) strikes. Photos courtesy of M-1 Martial Arts & Fitness
in eight ways — with both fists, feet, knees and elbows. The fighting form was first established in the 16th century under King Naresuan. But it wasn’t until the rule of King Phra Chao Sua, aka “The Tiger King,” that Muay Thai began to really flourish.
Today, the sport is enjoyed by many, including such famous fight disciples as Tony Jaa and Gina Carano. Of course, Wong hopes the Muay Thai scene can flourish in Hawaii too. He notes that Muay Thai is one of the hardest striking martial arts in the world.
M-1, which has been around for more than two years, caters to people of all levels and experience, including working professionals, women and even a few high school students. Flores, who trained in Thailand at Kaewsamrit Gym, says students are encouraged to exhibit humility while training in a safe and fun environment. “Everyone smiles (at M-1). No one is trying to be the tough guy,” he says. M-1 also offers Muay Thai combatants a location to compete and perfect their skills. “No one wants to compete with Muay Thai rules so it’s hard to find fights (outside of M-1 Martial Arts & Fitness),” says Wong, who trained in Thailand for 10 years under Jongnansan Fairfex, Enn Fairfex and Ganyao (the lead trainer at Fairfex gym). “We love the Thai culture and art,” Flores adds. “It’s been a labor of love.” M-1 is located at 2203 S. Beretania St., #4 in Moiliili. For more information,visit www.M-1martialfitness.com, or call Flores at 497-0875 or Wong at 729-7298.
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BY TAYLOR T. ROBERTSON, GAMERLIVE.TV (MCT)
TONY HAWK’S PRO SKATER HD
WEEK ENDING JULY 23, 2012
Platform: XBox 360, PC, PS3 //Genre: Sports// From: Activision// ESRB Rating: T for Teen
DATED ‘TONY HAWK PRO SKATER HD’ FAILS TO SOAR
n the late ’90s, gamers normally far too uncoordinated or scared to try skating themselves were enraptured by “Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater.” Players could take control of Tony Hawk and several other popular skaters, then take them through a handful of maps. If you’re over the age of 20 and reading this, you’re probably in a punk rock nostalgia dream, imagining pulling off death-defying stunts in the half-pipe. I completely understand because it was an amazing game, 14 years ago. However, there is a reason skating games have changed since then. In “Tony Hawk Pro Skater HD,” (for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360) the graphics and controls have been modernized, but that seems to be it. The gameplay, while solid, is still just collecting five things in two minutes, beating a set score, and hitting five things. For example in the warehouse level you collect shipping manifests; in the school, it’s hall passes; and in the airplane hangar, it’s pilot’s badges. Each level is just the same set of challenges with a new thing to get in a new
level, a couple of which are very similar but with different color palettes. Also, for some reason there are floating iTunes gift cards in the game that you can collect; they do nothing and are never explained.
to how dedicated you were to the original game. If you still like to play those old Pro Skater games, this is a must buy because it’s so close to the original. However, for other players that’s also where it fails. The game fails
that was wasted on such poor mechanics and design. If the game had more levels, a wider variety of objectives, an actual online component and a character
Amazing Alex (Rovio Entertainment Ltd.)
Where’s My Perry? (Disney)
Where’s My Water? (Disney) 04. Temple Run: Brave (Disney) 03.
WhatsApp Messenger (WhatsApp Inc.)
Angry Birds Space (Rovio Entertainment Ltd.)
Fieldrunners 2 (Subatomic Studios LLC) 08. Camera+ (tap tap tap) 07.
MyCalendar Mobile (K-Factor Media LLC)
The Heist (tap tap tap)
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When you complete an objective you get cash, which is only usable for two things: buying a new board, which you can’t even see most of the time, or changing the stats on the various skaters, which completely negates the point of them having different stats to begin with. Even the soundtrack is repetitive. After about an hour of gameplay, I started to notice there are just three or four songs that loop over and over. The reason people still remember the lyrics to some of those songs is because there were only a few to begin with, not that they were good. Ultimately, it comes down
Pyramid Run (MagicBone)
Tower Bloxx Deluxe 3D (Digital Chocolate Inc.) 03. Pimp My Hair (Iddiction) 04. Matching With Friends Free (Zynga) 05. Instagram (Burbn Inc.) 02.
to explain anything and is so repetitive. Still, it is hard for me to give it a bad score because technically it is a very solid game, the controls are responsive and the game looks good. It’s just a shame
customization system I would easily recommend it. But as is, it feels like baby’s first skating game. I give it a 90/100 for fans of the original, but a 75/100 for everyone else.
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THE SCOOP & WHERE IT’S AT
THE B-BOYS ARE BACK IN TOWN Breakdancing makes its way over to the Kunia Walmart Sunday for “Shadow Wars,” which features Australia’s B-boy Battle and Red Bull in Hawaii.
07.27 > FRI.
THE BREWER’S TABLE
Brasserie Du Vin, 6 p.m., $50. Call for reservations. This month Du Vin pays homage to summer barbecues. Four delicious, summer-inspired courses, each paired with selected beer to enhance the dish’s flavors. (5451115) OOKLAH THE MOC LIVE
Hawaiian Brian’s, 9 p.m., cover. Ooklah the Moc alongside DinoSoul and So Roots. 18 and over welcome. (facebook.com/events/27653883 9120521) MAGIC MUSHROOM REUNION PARTY Manoa Grand
Ballroom, 7:30-11 p.m., call for tickets and reservations, $20/presale, $25/door. Hosted by Ed Kanoi, featuring Audissey, Soulz, White Light and special guest Johnny of Johnny Rock Society. (2711-2622, 220-6329) OPENING HOUSE SET WITH SOULGASM DJS Vice, 10-11
out held at Camp Mokuleia in Waialua. (hawaiicraftsmen.org) CUT CHEMIST PERFORMS
Nextdoor, 43 N. Hotel St., Honolulu, visit website for times and tickets. Cut Chemist is a famous DJ Shadow collaborator and founding member of Jurassic Five and a member of Ozomatli. He will be using vinyl, 45s and LPs, three turntables, two CDJS and two DVJS. (nextdoorhnl.com) KANOA ZIMMERMAN PHOTOGRAPHY 687 Auahi
Street Gallery, until Aug. 12, free. This summer, Interisland Terminal presents a solo show of recent work by Kanoa Zimmerman. (interislandterminal.org)
Thirtyninehotel, 9 p.m., visit website for more information. Daniel J and Tammy are reviving Dancefloor Democracy. An evening of remarkable music, a reunion of misfits, and a gathering of freethinking dancers. (thirtyninehotel.com) THE OFFICIAL FLYGHT 808 ALBUM RELEASE PARTY The
Venue, doors open at 9 p.m., $7/door, 21 and older. Presented by I.A., Workhouse, Rudified Media and the Got Rice? Show. Special guest performances by Sheila Marie, Dru Singer, Osna, K-Luv, Broke Mokes, J Crooks and more TBA. (firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com)
Smooth jazz lovers get two doses of the band Hiroshima during a pair of performances Saturday evening at The Hawaii Convention Center — courtesy of Apaulo Music Productions. website for more information. A wonderful celebration with loads of entertainment including the Delima Ohana/Kapena, Dita Holifield and “Red Handed”, Ginai and “Reunion” with Jan Brenner and the “Allstars” and more. (leonardshawaii.com)
p.m., 21 and over, free if you say CASINO ROYALE POOL Soulgasm at the door by 11:30 PARTY Trump International Hotel p.m. (firstname.lastname@example.org) Waikiki Beach Walk, 223 Saratoga Road, Honolulu, 6-11 p.m., visit RAKE HOOLAULEA website for tickets and cost. LUX EXHIBITION The Arts at Marks at The TRUMP Casino Royale Pool Garage, 1159 Nuuanu Ave., Party (White Party & Lap Dogs Honolulu, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., until Welcome!). Elegant high-fashion July 28, Tuesday to Saturday free. La Muse Bikini Fashion Show. This juried exhibition of new Fundraiser for Oahu SPCA. ceramics work was created by (luxatthetrump.eventbrite.com/) Hawaii Craftsmen members during the Raku Ho’olaulea and campDANCEFLOOR DEMOCRACY
and Venue, 8 p.m., free. (3rdcupcafe.com)
CREED CHAMELEON BACK IN HAWAII Nextdoor, 9:30 p.m.,
HOUSE DANCE HAWAII FREESTYLE CONTEST Fresh
07.29 > SUN.
BEACH WAHINE FASHION SHOW Bar 35, 35 N. Hotel St.,
Beach Park, July 28-29, visit website for entry form and more information. The Hawaii Dragon
Honolulu, 9 p.m. to 2 a.m., $5/cover, 21 and older. Summer is here and 80s Pop Muzik celebrates with a swimwear fashion show by boutique owners Carla Saldania-Capone and Sasha Capone featuring local designers. (facebook.com/events /339096162833884/) PFUNKAPHILES Jazz Minds, 9 p.m. to 2 a.m., cover. Brand new to JazzMinds, check out this hip group that plays upscale funk, hip hop, r&b, and jazz. Featuring the vocals of Mr. Steven Sharkey, Meiso, and E13. Hip Hop, R&B, and jazz. (945-0800)
Café and Venue, 7:30 p.m., free. Open mic night. (3rdcupcafe.com)
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KCCN FM 100 BIRTHDAY BASH Waikiki Shell, tickets
Bakery, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., visit
SLAM POETRY 3rd Cup Café
GRASS VOLLEYBALL TOURNAMENT Ala Moana
OPEN MIC NIGHT 3rd Cup
LEONARD’S BAKERY 60TH BIRTHDAY Leonard’s
Cafe, 5-10:30 p.m., visit website p.m., $14/presale, $15/door, 12 for tickets. This is a contest known and under free. Trilogy 2 is a street for it’s fun energy, soul moving and energetic good vibe. It is culture celebration and competition and also functions as something to see, where the a networking epicenter for Oahu’s dancers are smiling, dancing their heart out and having fun. hip hop, bike and car communities. (trilogyhawaii.com) (trilogyhawaii.com)
p.m., free. Kamakakehau performs. (haleiwajoes email@example.com)
online. Visit website for lineup. The last KCCN FM 100 Birthday Bash. (ticketmaster.com, facebook.com/events /345978095467817)
brings back Hiroshima for two shows. (915-696-0184, TIX.com)
TRILOGY 2 Fresh Cafe, 5-10:30
LIVE HAWAIIAN MUSIC EAT THE STREET: SPICY 555 Haleiwa Joe’s, Haiku, 8:30-11
South St., Kakaako, 4-9 p.m., free admission. Brought to you by StreetGrindz.com, in partnership with Kamehameha Schools and Nonstop Honolulu, this month’s culinary adventure features everything spicy. (streetgrindz.com)
Boat Festival Grass Volleyball Tournament and High Performance Training for Injury Prevention will take place at Ala Moana Beach Park. Sponsored by Finance Factors. (dragonboathawaii.net)
A SHOUT-OUT FOR CREED
Don’t forget to drop in on hip-hop artist Creed Chameleon, who entertains audiences at Nextdoor Wednesday evening.
SHADOW WARS Kunia Walmart, 94-595 Kupuohi St., Waipahu, noon to 2 p.m., free. Shadow Wars, Australia’s premiere B-boy Battle is teaming up with Red Bull in Hawaii to throw a community jam to spread the love and art of breaking culture. (9319209, 646-229-2124) STIR UP THE GIFTS 94-295 Pupuole St., Waipahu, 4-6 p.m., visit website or call for more information. Center of Deliverance Christian Church hosts Youth Explosion 2012! (Christian Talent Show). To encourage youth and young adults to share their God given gifts, talents and abilities through song, dance, Christian rap, spoken word, poems etc. (733-5190, codministry.org)
07.30 > MON.
cover. Creed Chameleon back in Hawaii and live at Nextdoor. Performances by Prie with Sample, Ill Hill Society, Mox, Jim Hurdle, Yung Matt and more. (nextdoorhnl.com) WILDEST SHOW IN TOWN
Honolulu Zoo, gates open at 4:35 p.m., music from 6-7 p.m., $3/admission. Aug. 1 Jimmy Borges. (firstname.lastname@example.org, honoluluzoo.org)
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NICOLE NAONE EXHIBIT The Human Imagination, 1154 Nuuanu Ave., Honolulu, Aug. 2 opening 5-9 p.m., until September, free. In her debut solo show, artist Nicole Naone makes resonance of the female form through luminous composures in bronze, foam, plaster, and illustrations. (NicoleNaone.com)
SURVIVAL CLASS SoulTrex, Windward Mall, Second Level, Theater Wing, 6-7 p.m., free. Alex of Arts, 7:30 p.m., visit website for Dobrinsky is back hosting his cost. More than bodily decoration, popular series of survival classes, and will discuss everything from tattoos in ancient times served hints and tips for assembling an specific purposes within the socio-religious systems of various emergency kit to gear and supplies to keep on hand. Class: island “Fire.” (247-8735, groups. (honoluluacademy.org) HIROSHIMA IN TWO SoulTrexInc.com) CONCERTS The Hawaii 07.31> TUE. Convention Center, Liliu /////////////////////////// ROYAL HAWAIIAN BAND Theater, 1801 Kalakaua HOUSE DANCE WORKSHOP PERFORMS The Royal Grove, 1Ave., 6 and 8:30 p.m., 1:45 p.m., free. Enjoy the musical CYPHER The ARTSmith, 6-9 tickets available online. p.m., $5/prepay, $10/preregister, talents of the Royal Hawaiian Apaulo Music Band in The Royal Grove. $20/door. Come learn vibe, Productions (Michael presentation, posture, foundation (royalhawaiiancenter.com) Paulo - Owner/Producer) steps and floor movement. ///////////////////////////
A TATTOO TOUR OF POLYNESIA Honolulu Academy