The Pulse Top 5: The Green, ‘Hawaii Zombie Crawl III,’ more
BY JASON GENEGABUS / email@example.com
PICS: THE GREEN AT THE REPUBLIK: 1. Local reggae band The Green is the first band to sell out two back-to-back performances in advance at the Kapiolani Boulevard nightclub and concert venue. The band kicked off its fall 2013 national tour last weekend; visit honolulupulse.com/green1013 for more photos from the second show on Saturday.
PICS: ‘HAWAII ZOMBIE CRAWL III’ IN CHINATOWN: 2. Zombies returned to Chinatown for “Hawaii Zombie Crawl III: Zombie Island” on Oct. 18. Participants visited The Fix, The Underground, JJ Dolan’s, Mercury Bar, NextDoor, Bar 35, Downbeat Diner & Lounge, Manifest, Hank’s Cafe, The Dragon Upstairs and O’Toole’s in search of live music and drink specials. Performing bands included Animal Mother, The Blue Ribbons, Kings of Spade and Go Jimmy Go. See honolulupulse.com/hzc2013 for the complete Pulse gallery.
PICS: ‘CRAZY, SEXY, GHOUL’ AT ALOHA TOWER: 3. The Slopes of Diamondhead Hui returned to Aloha Tower Marketplace for its annual “Crazy, Sexy, GHOUL” costume party on Saturday. The annual event is a fundraiser for Make-A-Wish Hawaii, with 100 percent of the ticket proceeds donated to the organization. Go to honolulupulse.com/csg2013 for more pictures.
PICS: K THEORY AT TSUKIJI ALA MOANA: 4. OneTrip Entertainment celebrated its one-year anniversary with help from Elevate Productions and special guests K Theory at Tsukiji Ala Moana on Saturday. Local DJs Mass Funk and Graves opened the night; for more photos see honolulupulse.com/ktheory.
PICS: ‘DOWNTOWN DECADENCE’ AT YWCA LANIAKEA: 5. The YWCA of Oahu hosted “Downtown Decadence” at YWCA Laniakea on Oct. 18. The girls’ night out event pampered guests with spa services, a “Glam Gown Boutique,” live art by Kamea Hadar, chocolates courtesy Menehune Mac and a fashion show featuring YWCA board members. Visit honolulupulse.com/ywcadd to see the complete gallery of photos.