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  • atypicalLIVING 8:19 am on July 3, 2009 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , David Rogers., Eddie Kamae, , Gabby Pahinui, , Joe Marshall, Moe Keale, Sons of Hawaii   

    NEW! Fitted Hawaii “Sons of Hawaii” shirt 

    Just in time for your 4th of July get together, the Fitted Ohana throws out this shirt dedicated to the summertime party aka the pa’ina.

    This crispy white tee features a graphic inspired by the forerunners of contemporary Hawaiian music: The Sons of Hawaii.

    The Sons Of Hawaii are a legendary traditional Hawaiian music band which was originally formed in 1960 under the direction of Eddie Kamae. The band consists of Eddie Kamae (ukelele), Gabby Pahinui (slack-key guitar), Joe Marshall (upright bass), David Rogers (steel guitarist) and Moe Keale (ukelele).

    This shirt pays tribute to their contribution to the Hawaiian culture and to the spirit of the traditional Hawaiian backyard jam.

    Pictured on the shirt from top to bottom: Eddie Kamae, Moe Keale, Joe Marshall, Gabby Pahinui and David Rogers.

    This shirt is available this Saturday, July 4th, at the Fitted headquarters on Kona St.

    So, same rules apply as always: first come, first served; line up against the wall; please park at Ala Moana Center and walk over if you plan on coming early.

    Hope you have a safe 4th of July.

  • atypicalLIVING 7:10 am on July 3, 2009 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , cheesecake, , , , Otto, Otto Cakes, The 86 List   

    Grand Opening of Otto Cakes 


    Otto, the bassist for the rock band The 86 List, will be opening his own bakery this weekend.

    Otto & his Otto Cakes have been featured at coffee shops around town & now, they’ll have a place to call their own right now.

    The bakery, located at 1160 Smith St., will feature 86 different flavors of cheesecake, ncluding Key Lime, Neapolitan, Chocolate Chocolate Chip and the original, plain New York cheesecake.

    The grand opening party for the Bakery is tonight during First Friday in Chinatown. If you want some cake, it’s $5 a slice ¬†or $30 for a whole 10-inch cake.

  • atypicalLIVING 6:19 am on July 3, 2009 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , , , QR Codes   

    2059 x Next Door x First Friday 


    In case you missed it… the 2059 collabo between Honozooloo and Airspace Workshop will once again take flight this Friday night during First Friday at next Door.

    The pieces, which made their grand debut last week at ARTafterDARK will be on display for the usual monthly art crawl in Chinatown.

    The pieces make use of QR Codes, so come prepared for that.

    For more info: Airspace Workshop | Honozooloo

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