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  • Kamehameha Lions Club Foundation
    The Kamehameha Lions Club Foundation, a registered charitable organization, harnesses chuckles and world-class entertainers to benefit its scholarship fund for the Sacred Hearts Academy, the La Pietra: Hawaii School for Girls, and Kalani High School Leo Clubs Community Service Programs, as well as other statewide community-service projects.
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    3142 Waialae Ave.
    Honolulu, HI US
  • The Waterfront at Aloha Tower
    Since releasing its self-produced EP in 2007, LA-based Hyper Crush has fueled dance floors around the world with in-your-face lyrics set to energetic hip-hop and electro beats. The trio spins party-ready pulses against flashy light shows that get feet moving faster than The Flash running on a treadmill. Hits such as "Kick Us Out," "Flip the Switch," and "Keep Up" kick-start a high-speed chase of lyrics that embrace nightlife, dance moves, and courtship from a modern perspective. Audiences will enjoy ample space for grooving in the newly remodeled Zouk nightclub, a self-proclaimed adult playground boasting a state-of-the-art sound system, four full-service bars, and a slide papered with Sudoku puzzles. Outfitted in retro-glam d?cor, including smoked mirrors and velvet walls, the club insists on patrons dressed to the nines, urging them to don proper club attire, such as heels, dresses, or collared shirts, in order to get inside.
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    1 Aloha Tower Drive
    Honolulu, HI US
  • Hawaii Perks
    The Hawaii Perks card supports Hawaii two ways?by promoting its businesses and by giving back to the local community through partnerships with some of Hawaii's largest non-profit organizations: The Hawaii Foodbank, YWCA of Oahu, and the Susan G. Komen Hawaii. Cardholders get discounts and perks at both local businesses and national chains, from Roy's Restaurant and Sam's Club to legendary hole-in-the-wall Ethel's Grill. Hawaii Perks donates 50% of net revenues from the sale of each card to your choice of one of these three non-profit organizations.
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    343 Hobron Lane #602
    Honolulu, HI US
  • Hawaii Salsa 101
    Directors Emily Hodges and Stefan Kant both discovered salsa while attending college. They learned the art of salsa at several renowned New York dance schools, including Santo Rico Dance School, before both becoming teachers at Santo Rico. They have performed nationally and internationally, and now showcase their skills at Hawaii Salsa 101. Students with a desire to move effortlessly to the beat of the music or waves crashing onto a surfer's head can learn basic and advanced dance skills in a group or private setting. Social events on Thursday and Friday nights allows students to show off their newly acquired mambo, salsa, cha-cha, merengue, and bachata moves.
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    661 Auahi Street
    Honolulu, HI US
  • Nite Run
    When the sun descends past the horizon, participants will strap on their headlamps and embark on a 5K run under a glowing moon. The race trail follows the scenic, coastal terrain, and all participants receive a headlamp. Post-race, runners enjoy live music, carnival rides, photo booth, and giveaways while partaking in food and drinks. The friendly competition continues at the after-party, where organizers bestow awards to runners with the best costumes.
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    330 Cooke Street
    Honolulu, HI US
  • Hawaiian Islands Invitational 2012
    Four professional soccer teams from three continents battle for international soccer supremacy during the inaugural Hawaiian Islands Invitational. During the tournament's opening game, Korea's Busan I'Park attempts to corral the dangerous midfield of Melbourne Heart FC, led by former MLS standout and Brazil native Fred, who staggers defenses with prolific playmaking and sparklers attached to his cleats. Thursday's second matchup between Yokohama FC and 2010 MLS champion Colorado Rapids entices uproarious chants from the crowd as legendary Japanese striker Kazuyoshi "Kazu" Miura vaults headers into the airspace of American goalie Matt Pickens. On Saturday, the first-round victors will face off for bragging rights as tournament champions, and the consolation game awards third-place finishers and sentences losers to a year of peeling potatoes and freshly picked soccer balls.
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    99-500 Salt Lake Blvd.
    Honolulu, HI US

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