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  • atypicalLIVING 4:05 am on December 18, 2008 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , FilCom, , , KPix, Living Proof, Mai Love, , , Soohee,   

    Love Actually 



    You know, not a lot of details were given to me about this one, so I’m gonna glean as much from the flyer as I can for this post.

    So, NO real clue who’s throwing this together, but I do know it involves Grace Bible Church somehow.  The exhibits look super OFFICIAL, as Aaron Rideout, Mai Love, Painted Lemon, Honozooloo, and  KPix will be dropping some dope photo exhibitions.  Cassandra Rull will be providing some sort of fashion display and Soohee and Remi will be bringing the art to the party.

    Performances from Tehani, Friends of Adam, and a combined performance of Beat Root standout Stutterin’ Stan and the multi-faceted Living Proof will highlight the live music at this event.

    Of course, since it’s close to Christmas, Santa will be bringing it, somehow, someway…

    Plus, some other stuff that I wasn’t informed of, but I assume will go off without a hitch.

    This all goes down this Friday night at the FilCom (Filipino Community Center) in Waipahu.  The event starts at 6pm, but get there early because parking is a B at the FilCom, as those who have attended a b-boy jam there can attest to.

    Looks like a fun event, so who knows, maybe the mystery of the whole thing might work to the event’s advantage?  We shall see…

  • atypicalLIVING 8:45 am on June 3, 2008 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Diane, , , jacie., Living Proof, , Rumors, , VISION   

    atypicalLIVING Covers… Vision 

    This edition of atypicalLIVING Covers… presents a special event that was held at Bethel Chapel this past Saturday night. The event, co-hosted by Diane and groundUP Pirate jacie., was a special fundraiser for a Jesus Christ is Calling You (JCCY) mission to Uganda, where the country is still recovering from the military and political turmoil from the early 70s to the early 90s.

    The JCCY missions trip will help benefit the children living there, by providing support for those going to school there, helping them better themselves and the economic structure of the country.

    The event itself featured live art from numerous artists, including groundUP Pirates Shaun Castro and Ryan Greenly and a live photo shoot with Niel Norman and Aaron Rideout. La Pistil and Cassandra Rull. Music was provided by Stutterin Stan, Rhyme the Old Man, Living Proof, Friends of Adam, Dave Tamaoka and Canefield Hero. And the funny was brought by David Lee and In Your Face Improv (TEAL!).

    The event was pretty dope, with tons of activity going around and food being served. It seemed more like a fun backyard party than an event (which was a nice departure from the (last) Next Movement, which will be covered tomorrow).

    Also, the combined aprolifikalLIVING crew, along with DJ Liger have come up with the newest hotspot on the island. Check out Mister J: All Day for the story on that.

    Check out the coverage shots on the atypicalFLICKR.

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