If you see these girls while you're out on the town, don't forget to congratulate them. They played extras in the "Even Stevens" film (see story). From top, Maila Rondero, Jennifer Sheridan, Kori Yuh and Donna Perry.

Tickets are available for a Sept. 1 concert of Indian classical carnatic music performed by Prasanna, a magna cum laude graduate of the prestigious Berklee College of Music in Boston, Mass. Prasanna is also noted as a guitarist/composer in jazz, blues and rock. The concert takes place at the University of Hawaii Campus Center Ballroom. Donations requested for the concert are $15 for adults and $10 for students. For details, contact Ramanathan at 395-1181, Vineeta Jetley at 623-3670, Papia Sengupta at 395-7914, Talvinder Maan at 396-0622 or Shashank Chitnis at 674-1023.



The following is a preview of movies opening Friday:

"Joshua" -- A modern-day Jesus (Tony Goldwyn) wanders into a small Midwestern town and energizes the dysfunctional community with a Baptist church-rebuilding project. F. Murray Abraham plays a tightly wound Catholic priest who feels threatened by this potential cult leader. (Not rated)

"Serving Sara" -- This romantic comedy stars Matthew Perry and Elizabeth Hurley. He's serving her with divorce papers on behalf of her shameless Texas husband (Bruce Campbell) and gets swept into a cross-country jaunt to save her fortune. (PG-13)

"Simone" -- A producer's (Al Pacino) career is endangered when his star walks off his latest film. Forced to think fast, the producer decides to digitally create an actress to sub for the star. The "actress" becomes an overnight sensation, with a major singing career as well. As publicists and agents clamor to meet this non-existent starlet, the producer cannot bear to admit his fraud to himself or the world. (PG-13)

"Undisputed" -- A heavyweight boxing champ (Wesley Snipes) is falsely accused of raping a woman and sentenced to a maximum-security prison, where he ends up taking on the prison's longtime champion (Ving Rhames). (R)

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