Aaron “Mr. Aaron” Pughes and friends play their last show at Hawaiian Brian’s next week.
Sci-fi-loving prog-rock band Coheed and Cambria is part of a nationwide music event happening in August.
Cherry Blossom Cabaret’s new show at Hula’s Waikiki will go down in history.
Hawaii burners host a creative camp-out in May.
Join in as the band films an upcoming gig at Ong King.
There’s a new smartphone app available, focusing on Hawaii chefs and the restaurants they recommend.
Five good reasons to mess with Texas.
The Sunset Room at Aloha Tower Marketplace has impressive talent lined up for your nightlife pleasure.
A Feb. 22 event brings prominent Hawaii musicians together with young artists for a freestyle jam.
Street-art festival Pow Wow Hawaii extends its reach in 2013, with 100 participating artists and a North Shore tie-in.
Graham Elwood headlines a comedy showcase Saturday benefiting Wounded Warriors.
Honolulu’s soul singers will belt out the blues in honor of Janis Joplin on Saturday, Jan. 19, at The Republik.
The party’s just getting started in Kakaako, with “Abstract Noir” and more creative action at CoXist Studios and along Auahi St.
Honolulu burlesque performers will present a full-monty reading of banned and challenged books next month.
Holidays can be humbug, but music and celebrations make it all worthwhile.
Get started on plans for New Year’s Eve with Elizabeth Kieszkowski’s picks for a sophisticated year-end celebration.
This moody, musical drama puts the lives of black women in front of the camera’s eye.
The Burning Man experience comes to Honolulu with “Decompression” at SoHo Mixed Media Bar.
“Showdown in Chinatown” seeks big laughs next weekend, while thirtyninehotel celebrates eight years in business on Saturday, Nov. 10.
Quadraphonix kickstarts a new world-music album with a Nov. 9 party and a planned tour.
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