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Hsiao Wei "Wendy" Peng, editor

   

Sex with Lurch

Think circa 1972 Bowie/Ziggy Stardust, B-movies and monsters, drag queens, glitter and glam; throw in some sand and surf, and you have the makings for a great evening of music by Sex With Lurch. After playing shows in Maui, SWL hit Honolulu for a two-night booking at The Wave Feb. 7 and 8.

   

HPU Gallery presents golf

A new art exhibition, Four Rounds, opened at the HPU Art Gallery on the windward campus Feb 2 and will run until Mar. 12.

   

Live the Arabian Nights

The ancient world of Arabia comes to life at the Doris Duke Theater of the Honolulu Academy of Arts every Sunday through March 9, as a Hawai‘i storyteller, Jeff Gere presents these beloved tales in a program sponsored by the National Endowment for the Humanities and the Asian Art Endowment Fund. Each show lasts about 90 minutes. Admission is free.
   

Jimmy Eat World ends two-year tour at Pipeline Cafe

After performing in New Zealand and Australia, Jimmy Eat World, the popular alternative rock band, returned to Honolulu on Feb. 7 for the last show of their two-year-long world tour.

   

Sea Marks a success

HPU’s winter production of Seamarks, a play written by the late Gardner Mckay and directed by Joyce Maltby, had a successful run. Peter Kamealoha Clark and Annie Maclachlan starred in this Irish love story that opened in late January and closed Feb. 16.

   
   

 

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