The Pulse Top 5: Bone Thugs, DJ Steve Aoki, more

Jan. 24, 2014 | 0 Comments In the Star-Advertiser Friday Print Edition

BY JASON GENEGABUS / jason@staradvertiser.com

--Kat Wade, Special to the Star-Advertiser

(Photo by Kat Wade, Special to the Star-Advertiser)

BONE THUGS-N-HARMONY AT THE REPUBLIK: 1. Two years after performing at Kakaako Waterfront Park, iconic Cleveland hip-hop crew Bone Thugs-N-Harmony returned to Oahu for a set at The Republik on Sunday. Local hip-hop group Broke Mokes opened the show; see honolulupulse.com/bonethugs for the complete Pulse photo gallery and honolulupulse.com/btnhreview for a review of the concert.

--Joah Buley, Special to the Star-Advertiser

(Photo by Joah Buley, Special to the Star-Advertiser)

PICS: STEVE AOKI AT BLAISDELL ARENA: 2. BAMP Project welcomed DJ Steve Aoki back to Honolulu as the headlining act of “Electric Palms: Winter White Tour” at Blaisdell Arena on Saturday. For more pictures, go to honolulupulse.com/epww.

--Cindy Ellen Russell, Star-Advertiser

(Star-Advertiser photo by Cindy Ellen Russell)

‘THE LION KING’ RETURNS TO HAWAII: 3. Disney’s “The Lion King” returned to Honolulu for performances at the Blaisdell Concert Hall through March 9. Pictured are Young Simba (Jordan A. Hall) and Mufasa (L. Steven Taylor) on stage during the official opening night performance on Jan. 16; visit honolulupulse.com/lkreview for a review of the musical and honolulupulse.com/lkparty for photos from a cast party at the Pacific Club that followed the opening night performance.

--Kat Wade, Special to the Star-Advertiser

(Photo by James Garrett, Special to the Star-Advertiser)

PICS: IGE’S RESTAURANT CLOSING NIGHT: 4. After a decade of business in Aiea, Ige’s Restaurant and 19th Puka celebrated its final night with a party on Saturday. Go to honolulupulse.com/igesaloha for more pictures from the closing night party.

--Kat Wade, Special to the Star-Advertiser

(Photo by Kat Wade, Special to the Star-Advertiser)

PICS: ‘WELCOME BACK BASH’ AT UH-MANOA: 5. University of Hawaii at Manoa students were welcomed back to campus for the spring 2014 semester with a “Welcome Back Bash” at the Hemenway Hall Courtyard on Jan. 17. The free event featured performances by So Roots, Everyday Aloha and Irie Love. For more Pulse photos, visit honolulupulse.com/uhmbash.

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