Mi Casa Entertainment hosted a night of music, fashion, dance, art and cuisine as “Epiphany” took place at theVenue on Friday, April 26.
Weekly Latin night “Salsamor” celebrated one year of parties at Vice Nightclub on Thursday, April 25.
Canadian rockers Silverstein returned to Honolulu for a gig at Hawaiian Brian’s on Wednesday, April 24.
The Willows hosted an Administrative Professionals Day luncheon on Wednesday, April 24.
“Hawaii Five-0″ fans and local cast members attended a “H50 Ohana Fan Wrap Party” on Monday, April 22.
Tom Moffatt and BAMP Project presented SOJA and Atmosphere at Kaka’ako Waterfront Park on Saturday, April 20.
DJs Aly & Fila and Johnny Yono were the special guests at the Waterfront at Aloha Tower on Saturday, April 20.
Popular monthly food/shopping/entertainment event “Night Market” returned to Kaka’ako on Saturday, April 20.
Five local bands played “Once a Month Punk” at the Waikiki Sandbox on Saturday, April 20.
Honolulu sneaker fanatics were at Bar 35 for “The Good Foot” on Saturday, April 20.
Kings of Spade returned home from tour to play a homecoming show at Nextdoor on Friday, April 19.
Missing Dave and the Ka’ala Boys performed at Kemoo Farms and Lakeside Lanai on Friday, April 19.
Scenes from the seventh annual Stingrey Classic at the Sheraton Waikiki on Friday, April 19.
Chefs Roy Yamaguchi, Hiroshi Fukui, Joel Capinpin and Vikram Garg hosted a fundraiser at the Halekulani on Friday, April 19.
DJs Flip, Blake, Quiksilva and 720 helped kick off “Glue,” a night of mash-up music, at Nextdoor on Thursday, April 18.
Leeward residents packed The Mill for this week’s installment of “It Thursdays” on Thursday, April 18.
Katchafire, Common Kings and Hawaii’s own Rebel Souljahz headlined “The Three Kings” at the Waterfront at Aloha Tower on Saturday, April 13.
The Muscular Dystrophy Association of Hawaii hosted its annual fundraiser at the Royal Hawaiian Hotel on Saturday, April 13.
Supporters of the American Cancer Society were at UH-Manoa for “Relay for Life” on Saturday, April 13.
Canadian indie rockers Metric made their Hawaii concert debut at The Republik on Saturday, April 13.
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