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October Calendar

Shavae'cha Lee and Monica Pleuler, editors



Broadway Bound
Fri. and Sat.. 8 p.m, Sun. 4 p.m.
The third part of Neil Simon’s autobiographical trilogy of plays about his alter ego, Eugene Jerome. In this play, Eugene and his older brother Stanley are trying to break into the world of professional comedy writing, and at the same time, trying to cope with the impending breakup of their family. Auditions will be held Sept. 10-12, for info call 375-1282.
Thank Goodness It’s Friday
1:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m.
Come and get involved in the events on the mall.

HPU student reading
It’s time for HPU’s student reading. If you enjoy hearing the work of other HPU students being read and free refreshments. then you’ll love this event.
Will be held at 1060 Bishop in the Warmer Auditorium.

Psychology Program “Workplace Violence” Symposium
12:30 p.m.-3:30 p.m.
This symposium will help students at HPU assess how to deal with violence in the workplace. Will be held at 1132 Bishop on the third floor in the conference room.

Halloween Hoop-la
Oct. 28
5:30 p.m.
An oppurtunity to be introduced to HPU’s new basketball players. Also a chance for clubs to set up booths promoting themselves and compete to win money or prizes for their club. At the Neal Blaisdell Center.

Intercultural Day Preview
Oct. 29
11:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m.
A preview of what’s to come at this year’s Intercultural Day. On the mall.

Monsters Ball
10:00 p.m..
It’s time for ASHPU’S annual Halloween bash. Great oppurtunity to dress up in your best Halloween costume and hang out with your buddies at HPU. At the Planet Hollywood.

Farmer’s Market
Tues., Thurs. 9:30 a.m.-2 p.m.
Fort Street Mall at King Street.

Brown Bag Aloha Friday
Fridays, noon-1 p.m.
Music in the plaza at Pacific Guardian Center, Queen and Bishop Streets. Free.

The Royal Hawaiian Band
Fridays, noon-1 p.m.
At ‘Iolani Palace. Free.

Butoh performance
Sept. 17- Oct. 24 -4-7 p.m
This performance is located at the Gallery ‘Iolani at Windward Community College. Earth is the first of five exhibitions that explore cosmic elements. Showcases work by artists Yoko Haar, Keiko Hatano, Tsugumi Iwasaki-Higbee, Violet Murakami, Diane Nushida-Tokuno, Lori Ohtani, and Noe Tanigawa. The artists are members of the Coalition of Japanese Women in Art. Call 236-9155.


“Club Crawl”
Da Dawg House, 7:30 p.m.
Check out four of Honolulu and Waikiki’s hottest nightclubs. Free drinks, dinner, transportation, souvenir photo, and prizes. 18+. Call 924-6945.

Society of Seven Las Vegas
Tues.-Sun. 8:30 p.m.
If you’re looking for some local entertainment, then check out these guys at the Outrigger’s Main Showroom. Kama‘aina rates for students and children 5-12.



The Laugh Factory Hawai‘i presents Tom Rhodes
Oct 29-30
7:30 p.m.
As seen on The Tonight Show, Comedy Central, and The Late Show with Craig Kilborn. Located at the Neal Blaisdell Center. Tickets avialable for purchase Oct. 6 at all Ticketmaster locations. Call 877-750-4400 or visit

Harlem Gospel Choir
Oct. 30
7:30 p.m.
Presented by UH Outreach college.Tickets can be purchased at the Hawai‘i Theatre box office.

Light up the Hawai‘i
8:00 p.m.
A celebration of the historic Hawai‘i Theatre and its exteriror restoration completion, with the official lighting of the new marquee. Call 528-0506.

Paul Taylor Dance Company
Nov. 10
7:30 p.m.
Part of the 50th anniversary tour of one of the world’s most exquisite modern ndance ensembles, making a much anticipated return to Hawai‘i. Tickets on sale Oct.9th. Call 528-0506.



Indian Durga Puja
See a festival and an exhibition all wrapped up in one, with plenty of interesting activities that include lectures, dancing, music workshops, performances, films, and demonstrations.
Call 532-8700 for information.

Seasonal Juried Exhibitions
Sept. 17-Nov.14 - Juried Members Exhibiton 2004 at Hui No‘eau Visual Arts Center. Call 943-3587.

New England Antiquities
Sept. 30-Jan. 2
The Honolulu Academy of Arts is presenting Cherished Possessions: A New England Legacy,which is an exhibition including 175 objects revealing information about how people have constructed their lives in New England over the course of four centuries. The objects range from paintings and furniture to needlework, ceramics, costumes, jewelry, photographs, and textiles from the mid-17th century to the end of the 20th. For information call 532-8701.

Shangri La Print Portfolio
Nov. 11-Dec. 5
The Honolulu Academy of Arts presents an exhibition of prints of Doris Duke’s Diamond Head estate, Shangri La, in the Doris Duke Theatre lobbies.

American Studio Sculpture: Early 20th century works
Oct. 21-Dec.
American sculptures dating between 1893-1939. Held at the Graphics Arts Gallery at the Honolulu Academy of Arts. Fine work by Josef Korbel, William Hunt Diedrich, Malvina Hoffman, and Herbert Haseltine. This exhibition of small-scale studio works together works together well with other vanguard artists.Call 532-8701.

Jewelery of Hawai ‘i : Art and Artifice in Paradise
Oct. 28-Feb. 13
This exhibition, Carol Anne Dickson, Ph.D, focuses on jewelery and jewelers of the 20th century in Hawai‘i. Featured jewelery will be on loan from private collectors. It will also include artifacts produced by pre-contact Hawaiians in the 19th century. Call 532-8701.

The Patches Damon Holt Bequest
Selections from the estate of Honolulu art patron Frances “Patches” Damon Holt.

Art after Dark: Dia de los muertos
5:00-9:00 p.m.
The day of the dead is dedicated to creating opportunities for professionals to explore the world of visual arts. An exploration of Mexican art and culture will be the focus of the night. There will be entertainment, zip-tours of galleries, and refreshments. Sponsored by Honolulu Weekly.



Historic Hawai‘i Theatre
Tuesdays, 11 a.m.
Includes demonstration on the 1922 Robert Morton Theatre organ. Call 528-0506 for info. Private tours available upon request.

Tea and Tour
Tuesdays, 2:30-4:00
Take a Honolulu Academy of Arts tour and also enjoy free pupus. Admission is free with museum admission. Tours will be held according to the following schedule
Oct. 19 & 24- Pathology in Art by Charles Hardy
Oct. 26 & 31- Hidden Images by Anna Hoover
Nov. 2 & 7- Cherished Possessions by Kay Graham
Nov. 9 & 14- The Romance of the Lotus by Ivor Kraft

Wed. and Fri., 9:30 a.m.
Chinatown Historic and Cultural Walking Tour begins at Smith Street Galleries, 1117 Smith Street. Call 521-2749.

‘Iolani Palace'
Tuesdays-Saturdays 9 a.m.-2:15 p.m.
Guided tours of the historic ‘Iolani Palace, corner of King and Richards streets. Admission.
For more information call 522-0832.

Five Galleries Tour
Tuesdays-Saturdays 8:30 a.m.-3 p.m.
Call 522-0832 for more information.

Historic Downtown
Thursdays 10 a.m.
Historic Downtown Walking Tour. Begins at Mission Houses Museum.
For more information call 531-0481.


Movies in Waikiki
Every Sat. & Sun., 6 p.m.
Grab a buddy and venture down to the Queen Surf Hotel across from the zoo. Enjoy a variety of cuisine and a flick on the 30-foot screen. For movie times and dates go to


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