In the Mix

Jason Genegabus

Ottoland opens
at Workspace

HE'S KNOWN AROUND town as a musician, promoter and baker of some of the best cheesecake you'll ever taste on this rock. The single-named Otto, who along with Josh Hancock and Sean Tasaki make up the group The 86 List, takes his love of art one step further this week, with the opening of "Ottoland" at Workspace on Waialae Avenue.

An opening reception was held Saturday night at Workspace, featuring some of the goodies from Otto's bakery operation. On display at "Ottoland" are some of the flyers that he's produced for various punk concerts over the years and a variety of paintings and other work that should challenge the way you look at art.

Workspace is located at 3624 Waialae Ave., No. 201, and will feature Otto's work from noon to 6 p.m. Thursdays through Sundays until May 11. Call 732-2300 for more info ...

HEAD OVER to the Wave Waikiki after Ozomatli's show tonight for the "Ozomatli Post Party" at the Pussycat Lounge.

The Microscopic Syllabes headline the fun tonight in Waikiki after opening things up at Pipeline Cafe, and they'll be joined by the Eye-soul-ated Mindz, 4 Elements and MC Trace. DJs a2z, Epic, LisaV and KSM will be on hand to man the decks at this one. 21 and over welcome; bring your ticket stub from the concert for $2 off cover at the door ...

KNOW YOU'RE going to need another Ozo fix after tonight's show? Get back to the Wave tomorrow night and you'll be able to enjoy the talents of the band's DJ Spinobi during "B-Side" at the club.

AbstracTheory will also perform tomorrow night, and this one is 18-and-over for those people who couldn't get into the concert after party at the Wave the night before. Call 941-0424, ext. 12 ...

LET'S HOPE I don't sleep through my alarm again this year: You've got a chance to score a free smoothie on Thursday at any Oahu Jamba Juice location as the company does its part to raise funds for the nonprofit organization Prevent Child Abuse Hawaii.

Drag yourself out of bed and get down to any Jamba Juice location from 6 to 9 a.m. for a free 24-ounce smoothie, no strings attached. Just don't forget to do your part and make a donation to PCAH while you're at it. After raising more than $6,000 in 2001 and close to $12,000 last year, organizers hope to pass the $15,000 mark Thursday ...

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