Those who only read our feed don’t see the other pages on the CGW site, including the “Events” section, and since the first two listed here include both of my sisters (both this weekend!) and the third one is a good friend’s, I thought it required a broader mention. Also note, the Revo project has changed venues last minute…see below!
April 21st, Saturday • 11p.m.
Yes, this section is usually composed of Hawai’i events but in case you’re in Los Angeles … Check out my sister Serina performing live – she funny! – in the ACME Charlie Company‘s, “The Best Damn Sketch Show Ever!” $10.00 (cash), $12.00 to see the 10 p.m. show too. Acme Theatre, 135 N. La Brea Ave., Los Angeles, Ca. 90036. There is a bar and restaurant next door. Valet and street parking. Come early to buy tickets at the door or order tickets on line at http://www.acmecomedy.com or by phone at (323) 525-0202
April 21, Saturday • 7pm
Revo: Social Justice Fight Fine Art / Photography / Film / Fashion ***now @ The Old Farmer’s Exchange!!! Kinoole St., Hilo*** (the Old Western Auto Building has been condemned!)
Okay, this is my hanai sister’s project (which she’s putting together with a whole collective of positive/pro-active/socially conscious [and fashion forward 😉 ] Hawaii youth!) – so if you’re Big Island you best go! Here’s da scoop: “Revo (as in REVOlution) is a movement within a generation that is redefining America’s perception of love … Revo is not a one time event but rather a daily locomotion to make things in our world better.” This should be big, and it’s definitely all about the LOVE. There is a five dollar cover, which will be sent to The Grace of God orphanage in Malawi, Africa where they are truly making a difference! Bring your family, friends, and some cash / buy some art – as the artists are also donating part of the proceeds. Check sis Nina Brav’s site at http://www.myspace.com/revooflove . Psst…by the way, if you ever need snaps taken (wedding, advertising, modeling…), she is a mean photog!
Rebirth 2007: Hawaii Interactive Arts Festival * Regional Burning Man @ The Shire in Pahoa.
This event will include music, art, dance, luau, fire spinners, instillations, a 20′ phoenix to burn, and more. Theme camp registration ends April 15th. Non-profit, no vending – this event is designed for expressing creativity and making connections (not money). Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 816/550-6466. Check out http://www.kapilina.org for more info. Tickets cost $35 for the four day event and are available at CD Wizard in Hilo.