On the Scene
GOING FOR THE PHOTO OP: (The woman, second from right, is unidentified.) Mahlon Moore, right, and 102.7 "Da Bomb" morning guys, from left, Blunt and Paul Ogata congratulated Program Director Kid Leo during the Da Bomb's huge 2nd Anniversary party at Pipeline Cafe on Friday. Festivities included screening of an Eminem parody, "Gay Mile," and a $5,000 cash drop.
GREAT SHOW, SHARI: Jo Pruden, left, and Annie MacLachlan, middle, congratulated Shari Lynn after the closing performance of "Singing Sondheim" at The ARTS at Marks Garage on Saturday. Lynn's heartfelt rendition of "I'm Still Here" brought down the house, and was a highlight in an excellent show.
THE AIGA WAS IN THE HOUSE: B.E.T. (Papa T, left, and J.D, front) celebrated the release of their new "Volume 3" CD with a high energy early evening show at the Mai Tai Bar on Sunday. Joining them for the party were five members of J.D's Samoan aiga (ohana): from left, Mr. Folavoo, Big Daddy Lou, La-La, Necee and Terri Tautalatasi.
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