Best of Our Web: Alabama Shakes, ‘Abstract Noir,’ more
BY JASON GENEGABUS / email@example.com
PICS: ALABAMA SHAKES AT THE REPUBLIK: 1. Grammy Award-nominated quartet Alabama Shakes made their Hawaii concert debut at The Republik on Jan. 11. See more photos from the show at honolulupulse.com/?p=93596; read a review of the concert at honolulupulse.com/?p=93507.
PICS: ‘ABSTRACT NOIR’ AT COXIST STUDIO: 2. Local designer Caleb Shinobi hosted a fashion show at CoXist Studio in Kakaako on Jan. 11. For more pictures from the event, visit honolulupulse.com/?p=93577.
PICS: 2013 NARCISSUS PAGEANT: 3. DFS product sales manager Diana Chao was crowned 2013 Narcissus Queen at the Hawaii Theatre Center on Saturday. Chao, daughter of Shih Hwa Chao and Steven Liu, is a graduate of Roosevelt High School and Chapman University. Laurabeth Mae Lin Yuen was named first princess. See honolulupulse.com/?p=93638 for more photos from this year’s pageant.
PICS: ANGRY LOCALS AT ROCK BOTTOM: 4. Hawaii-based hip-hop group Angry Locals celebrated the release of its new album, “Locals Only,” at Rock Bottom Sports Bar on Jan. 11. Go to honolulupulse.com/?p=93579 for the complete party gallery.
PICS: SING THE BODY AT THE REPUBLIK: 5. It really was an evening of contrasts at The Republik as local indie rock duo Sing the Body celebrated the release of their aptly titled new album, “Contrast,” on Saturday. Mano Kane’s Chris Chorney and Kate Greennagel, Erin Smith and Joni Llamedo opened the show. Read a review of the night at honolulupulse.com/?p=93734; visit honolulupulse.com/?p=93639 for more photos.