The Pulse Top 5: ‘Chefs for Hope,’ ‘Eat the Street: Musubi,’ more
BY ELIZABETH KIESZKOWSKI / firstname.lastname@example.org
PICS: EAT THE STREET MUSUBI THEME: 1. The monthly food-truck festival “Eat the Street” was back with a musubi theme — and the world’s largest Spam musubi, on Nov. 22 in Kakaako. For more photos, go to honolulupulse.com/2013/11/pics-eat-the-street-musubi.
PICS: ‘CHEFS FOR HOPE’ FUNDRAISER: 2. The “Chefs for Hope” fundraiser for Typhoon Haiyan survivors, Monday at the Neal S. Blaisdell Exhibit Hall, featured cuisine by more than 20 top Hawaii chefs and entertainment by the Brothers Cazimero, Jordan Segundo, Hapa and Raiatea Helm in a benefit for the Salvation Army’s relief fund. See pics at honolulupulse.com/2013/11/pics-chefs-for-hope-at-blaisdell-center-ballrooms.
PICS: ‘TRIPLE CROWN GET DOWN’ AT TURTLE BAY: 3. The “Triple Crown Get Down” at Turtle Bay Resort on Saturday included Ooklah the Moc, Inna Vision, The Steppas and the Jimmy Weeks Project, along with food, clothing and craft vendors. See more photos at honolulupulse.com/2013/11/pics-triple-crown-get-down.
PICS: THE BIG TEASE: 4. The dancers of Cherry Blossom Cabaret performed to live jazz, electro swing and ska music by Josh 86 and The Pressure at The Big Tease at Nextdoor. See pics from the party at honolulupulse.com/2013/11/pics-big-tease-nextdoor.
PICS: ‘VIERNES LATIN NIGHT’: 5. Grand Leyenda Cantina hosted “Viernes Latin Night” with DJs Fee, Ever and Junie at the Ward Centre restaurant on Nov. 22. For more photos, go to honolulupulse.com/2013/11/pics-viernes-latin-night.