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  • atypicalLIVING 10:16 am on October 21, 2010 Permalink | Reply
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    K-Luv’s You Don’t Look Like You Rap at Manifest 

    This Friday, Hawaii Hip Hop celebrates another great local release with K-LUV’s “You Don’t Look Like You Rap.” Come and celebrate with the members of Prolific Unknowns, The Deadbeats, Lost at Sea, and DJAH. Also, don’t forget the fun that is always present at The Manifest.

    This is a 21+ party with no cover, so come on by and celebrate with Hawaii’s Hip Hop elite.

     
  • atypicalLIVING 6:44 am on July 12, 2010 Permalink | Reply
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    The Burn Out: CKaweekS x Eukarezt 

    Dang, it feels good to see homies up on it.

    This is a special collaborative show featuring two of Hawaii’s top artists, killing it in an enclosed space.  For a while now, Eukarezt and CKaweekS have been one of the handful of artists to participate in the Contemporary Museum’s initiative to bless the Makiki skatepark with some style.  The pieces, which you see in the video below, represent the style and passion of both these talented men.

    Now, they take their skills INSIDE to the Manifest for a special show called “The Burnout.” They’ll be displaying their skills separately and together.

    The show takes place this Saturday night at 6:30pm at the Manifest (32 Hotel St.)

    For more info, check out http://manifesthawaii.com/

     
  • atypicalLIVING 7:05 am on June 11, 2010 Permalink | Reply
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    Mustache Power 

    The only thing more powerful than Terry Crews and Old Spice is Mustache Power!

    And that’s exactly what you’ll get this Saturday night at Manifest. John Hook and his amazingly awesome photography will be on display. You can check out all the fun photos that he’s taken over the years, plus, if you’re really lucky, he might have his collection of drivers license photos up as well.

    Check out the photos and meet the artist himself at The Manifest (32 N. Hotel St.). The show starts at 9pm.

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

     
  • atypicalLIVING 10:04 am on May 13, 2010 Permalink | Reply
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    JOSEF4 LOOK Collection Showcase 

    This Saturday night, JOSEF4 will be showcasing pieces from her latest collection of artwork called LOOK.  These acrylic painting display a graffiti aesthetic with bright, vibrant colors.  The art also draws inspiration from Van Gogh, Basquiat, De Kooning, and Picasso.  Also, swing by and meet the artist herself, while enjoying the fine offerings of Manifest.

    This all goes down this Saturday night from 8pm-closing at Manifest, 32 Hotel Street, in the heart of Chinatown.  Check out more of the LOOK collection at http://www.JOSEF4.com

     
  • atypicalLIVING 6:03 am on April 9, 2010 Permalink | Reply
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    Soul Signature Tattoo art show at Manifest 

    This Saturday marks the opening of the Soul Signature Art Show at Manifest.  Artists Raspets, Joel Albanez, Mandy Garcia, Lucky Olelo, Aisea Toetuu, Jesico DTC KYT and Aaron Yoshino aka Honozooloo, will be displaying some fine pieces on the brick wall of Manifest.

    Everything in the show will be for sale, so if you’ve been wanting to purchase some art, this is a good place to do it in.

    This event goes down this Saturday night from 7pm-2am.

    For more info, check out http://www.soulsignaturetattoo.com or http://www.manifesthawaii.com

     
  • atypicalLIVING 5:41 am on February 13, 2010 Permalink | Reply
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    DIlla Day at Manifest 

    Stussy, in association with Stones Throw, celebrates the life and work of legendary producer J Dilla with a National Dilla Day celebration.

    The celebration culminates tonight at Manifest with a special edition of Super Handsome Saturday, featuring the sound selections of Delve, SSSolution, and Compose.  They’ll be rocking all the Dilla classics, along with stuff that would fit in well with your Saturday night out.

    This 21+ party starts at 10pm and keeps it going until 2am.  There’s no cover, so feel free to drop by and check out the sounds.

    For more info, check out http://www.nocturnalsoundkrew.com

     
  • atypicalLIVING 9:36 am on January 21, 2010 Permalink | Reply
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    Rage For Haiti 

    If you haven’t donated your support to the Red Cross or Yele Haiti via the website or text message, then please, I beg of you to hit up this amazing fundraising event.

    If you have, then I ask you to please check out this event and help the giving continue.

    Chinatown’s finest have come out and will dedicate one night of performances to Haiti.

    Rage for Haiti will span three venues (SOHO, Manifest, and Next Door) and 100% of all proceeds will go to benefit the Clinton Bush Haiti Fund.

    Please support and show some love for our Haitian brothers and sisters.

    This all goes down 7pm this Friday in Chinatown.  Just follow the signs and the crowds of people.

    Tickets are available now at FITTED, UH Campus Center and Manifest.

     
  • atypicalLIVING 5:45 am on December 7, 2009 Permalink | Reply
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    Deck The Halls: Skateboard Deck Art Show 

    The lightsleepers will be holding a special skateboard deck art show at Manifest this Friday.  Skate decks done up by all the homies will be on display and for sale.  All proceeds from the sale of the skate decks will go to benefit Kenny Brimer and his fight against leukemia.

    So, check out some dope art, make someone’s Christmas by buying a deck and help give Kenny the gift of life. It’s win-win all around.

    Deck the Halls will go down this Friday night, starting at 9pm, at Manifest. The show is FREE and open to the 21+ crowd.  The unders can hang at the show before 9pm.

    For more info, check out http://www.lightsleepers.net

     
  • atypicalLIVING 6:03 am on October 12, 2009 Permalink | Reply
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    3 Deep 

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    Contrast magazine is celebrating the launch of their 3rd issue this Saturday night with “3 Deep,” a music festival spanning three of Hawaii’s best Chinatown spots: The Loft, Next Door and Manifest.

    The party starts at 7pm and will span across the three venues until 2am. This coincides with the 3rd Issue being called “The Downtown Issue.”

    At Manifest, there’s an art display by DALEK and Kristen Lee Lim, with live music from Kimie Miner and the Super Handsome DJ’s crew.

    The Loft will host Maui’s own, The Throwdowns, along with one of Hawaii’s best, The Jumpoffs.

    Next Door will feature a showcase of Hawaii’s top bands, including Girlfriends and Clones of the Queen. DJ’s Kause 1 and Marika will be keeping the vibe going throughout the night.

    Headlining the show and the entire event will be The Jumpoffs. Not only are they the featured band in the 3rd Issue of Contrast Magazine, but they are also releasing their debut, self-titled album at Next Door.

    The bands will be performing at alternating times, so everyone has a chance to venue hop and check out each band throughout the night.

    This all goes down this Saturday night in Chinatown. For more info, check out Contrast Magazine at http://www.ContrastMagazine.com

     
  • atypicalLIVING 6:00 am on October 2, 2009 Permalink | Reply
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    Flying Coffin x Kicks/HI x Manifest 

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    This Saturday night, check out this special SHARTY (Art Show + Party) being thrown together by the minds behind Manifest and Super Handsome Sound.

    As part of their Super Handsome Saturnights semi-weekly at Manifest, Flying Coffin has invaded and thrown up some dope artwork to enjoi.

    Along with the artwork, you got DJ Delve1der spinning all night. It’s a Super Handsome Night all around.

    This is a 21+ event, so keep the kids out of Chinatown that night. Doors open at 9pm, so be sure to get their early to soak up some culture and some drinks.

    Big ups to Kicks/HI and Flying Coffin.

     
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