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  • atypicalLIVING 7:48 am on September 12, 2008 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , Heisman,   

    NEW! Prototype “Heisman” shirt 

    Prototype has just released this gem of a shirt, just in time for College Football season (and tomorrow’s “Collision in the Coliseum” battle between USC and Ohio State).  The front features the the classic Heisman trophy image… holding a knife.

    The rear features the phrase “Get Out of Jail Free Suckas.”  Well, I wonder who that’s referencing?

    Anyway… this shirt is available now at Prototype in Pearlridge. Get one before your college football jones kicks in tomorrow.

  • atypicalLIVING 6:30 am on September 12, 2008 Permalink | Reply
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    NEW! Fitted Hawaii H/Pride New Eras and shirt 

    And the hits just keep on coming for the Fitted Hawaii crew.  This Saturday’s release is no exception.

    Two New Eras and a dope shirt make the set complete this Saturday on Kona Street.  First off, the New Eras…

    Brown/tan Fitted with horizontal striping and orange sweatband, augmented with a white with orange fill crest on the back.  The second is blue with horizontal striping, teal sweatband, augmented with a white with teal crest on the back.  Both hats have the upraised H/Pride logo on the front and a silkscreened Hawaii crest on the bottom.

    The shirt is a white affair, with various floral leis spelling out “Honolulu” on the front.  Very official.

    Both the shirt and the hats will be available this Saturday at Fitted Hawaii.

    As always, same rules apply: first come, first served; phone orders after 12pm.

  • atypicalLIVING 5:37 am on September 12, 2008 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Aloha Festivals, , , Ho'olaule'a   

    2008 Aloha Festivals 

    This week marks the beginning of Aloha Week in Hawaii.  The festival, designed to celebrate the culture and beauty of Hawaii, will kick off today in Waikiki with the highly anticipated Waikiki Ho’olaule’a.

    This massive block party stretches along the 12 city blocks that make up Waikiki’s famous Kalakaua Boulevard.  There will be food and lei vendors galore, as well as eight different entertainment stages, spread out from one end of Waikiki to the next.  This one is free to the public and kicks off at 7pm.

    On Saturday at the Kapiolani Park Bandstand is the Hapa Haole Hula and Music Festival.  This event, sponsored by the PAI Foundation, kicks off at noon.

    On Sunday, Aloha Tower Market Place presents their third annual Ukulele Festival.  This one starts at 10am at the Aloha Tower Center Stage.

    As you can see there’s a lot going on this weekend, so get out there, rock your Aloha Festivals ribbon and celebrate everything that makes Hawaii unique.

    You can scoop up a ribbon at most major local retailers, including Longs and all 7-11 locations.

    For more information, check out the Aloha Festivals website.

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