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  • atypicalLIVING 10:45 am on October 29, 2010 Permalink | Reply
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    Soul Clap TONIGHT 

    The Last Friday Movement continues this month.

    It’s the last Friday of the month and that only means one thing: SOUL CLAP.  Chinatown’s best monthly event returns for some pre-Halloween fun. DJ ESKAE, Compose, and SSSolution of the Nocturnal Sound Krew will be holding down the sounds all night long.  Good vibes abound.

    This all goes down this Friday night at 9pm at thirtyninehotel. For more info, check out http://www.djeskae.com

  • atypicalLIVING 10:15 am on October 29, 2010 Permalink | Reply
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    Slow Burn x SF Giants x LA Dodgers 

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    This Saturday marks a special turning point for the state of California. For starters, the San Francisco Giants are battling the Texas Rangers in the World Series. Also, it’ll be a few days before the big November elections, which the controversial Proposition 19 comes to vote. Prop. 19 proposes a control and taxation system to be put in place for cannabis.

    Apparently, looking at this Saturday’s release, you know where the Fitted Ohana stand on this issue.

    First up is a re-up of the BURN graphic shirt that was released about a year ago. This time, it’s done up in a Giants orange/black.

    Speaking of the Giants, there will be a special custom New Era, featuring a dark green upper, black bill and graphic, and orange underbill and button. Also dropping will be a special LA Dodgers New Era, featuring a gray upper, white brim and Tiffany blue logo.

    All three of these will drop this Saturday at the Kona St. headquarters.

    For more, check out http://www.fittedhawaii.com

  • atypicalLIVING 7:12 am on October 29, 2010 Permalink | Reply
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    The Third Annual Hallowbaloo Festival 

    For the third year, Chinatown will be invaded by tens of thousands of costumed party-goers.  This year, the party will last for three days; the first two days will be in Chinatown, then the party will move Halloween night into Waikiki.

    The first night on Friday will feature a special kick-off concert featuring music festival buzz generators Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros and New York Afro-funk outfit The Budos Band.

    Saturday night will feature the infamous street festival and club crawl that has drawn the masses of thousands into the streets of Chinatown for multiple club events and tons of things going on in the street.

    Sunday night, the party shifts to the amazing spectacle that the Waikiki strip generates.  This festival represents a great experience for out-of-towners and the largest music festival for locals.

    This all goes down this weekend. Friday night happens at 8:30pm at the Waterfront at Aloha Tower Marketplace.  Saturday night starts off at 5pm on Nu’uanu Avenue. Sunday night goes down practically all day in Waikiki.

    For more info and for the full schedule of events, check out http://www.hallowbaloo.com

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