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By Star-Bulletin photographers

Monday, June 20, 2005





SHARING SHRIMP WITH DAD

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DENNIS ODA / DODA@STARBULLETIN.COM
Cody Bailey, 10, shared his last shrimp with his father, Kevin Bailey, on Saturday. Visiting from Orange County, Calif., they shared a plate of garlic shrimp from Giovanni's Shrimp truck at Kahuku.



ARTISTS AT WORK

Children sculpt at the
Honolulu Academy of Arts
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FL MORRIS / FMORRIS@STARBULLETIN.COM
The focus of the Honolulu Academy of Arts' Free Sunday family program was sculpture yesterday at the "Fantastic Forms" event. Kids created their own sculptures from Puffy Putty and recycled materials while parents were allowed to browse the galleries at the academy. Above, Zaira Andres created a "fantasy sculpture."



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FL MORRIS / FMORRIS@STARBULLETIN.COM
Alex Brown showed off what he created with Puffy Putty, including a flower, an American flag and a necklace of recycled items.



COMMEMORATING
SLAVERY'S END

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CINDY ELLEN RUSSELL CRUSSELL@STARBULLETIN.COM
Darius McKinzie, 18, of the TMBC Steppers for Christ performed Saturday at Kapiolani Park during the Juneteenth celebration marking the end of slavery in the United States. The event featured entertainment, food and booths to better the health and welfare of African Americans. Juneteenth, or June 19, 1865, is the day Union Maj. Gen. Gordon Granger rode into Texas, freeing slaves there under General Order No. 3. Juneteenth is a state holiday in Texas and Oklahoma, where freedom as a practical reality came nearly 2 1/2 years after President Abraham Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation on Jan. 1, 1863.





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