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July 2014: 8 Entertainment Picks in Honolulu

Whether summer’s got you enjoying the sun or searching for cover, here are eight reasons to leave the house this month. (Just don’t forget sunblock.)


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Hawaii State Farm Fair

Photos: Courtesy Hawaii Farm Bureau

If you’ve been practicing your chili-pepper-eating skills—or watermelon-eating skills, or corn-husking skills—you’ll have plenty to do this weekend, even after you check out the swine show, cow-milking demos, hydroponic gardening and other farm-filled activities.

9 a.m.–7 p.m. Saturday, July 12, 9 a.m.–5 p.m. Sunday, July 13,  $5 general, $4 Maikai cardholders, free for children and students with ID, Kualoa Ranch, hawaiistatefarmfair.org.


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