SEE WHAT WE SEE
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Trish Chock and daughter Zoe, 2, had fun yesterday looking at their reflections in James Seawright's art installation, "Mirror XV," at the Contemporary Museum during ArtSpree 2002. The festival featured music, dance and demonstrations.
FROM SUMO TO SINGING
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Former sumo wrestler Salevaa Atisanoe, known as Konishiki, visited the Kahala Mall Tower Records yesterday to autograph pictures and his new CD, "Simply Sale." Eleven-month-old Seishiro Kato had his picture taken with Konishiki, who retired from sumo in 1997.
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Oceanic Family Day, a benefit for the Ready to Learn program, was held yesterday at the Mililani High School football stadium. Kikaida (pictured) and Power Rangers made appearances. Admission to the event was $5 in cash or school supplies. The Ready To Learn program provides supplies to more than 25,000 needy children statewide.
PLEASURE IN PLANTS
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Robertta Cole and her sister Kerrie were almost camouflaged with plants as they left yesterday's Lyon Arboretum plant sale at the Blaisdell Center.