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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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Photo: courtesy goodwill industries of hawaii; ross hamamura

SHOPPING

Goodwill Goes Glam! Sale

No matter how hard we try—and, oh, those Kallai crystal-and-suede Jimmy Choos make us try—we can’t really justify dropping a thousand-plus bucks on a pair of shoes. That’s why we’re ready to pounce on this glam sale, where donated brand-name items will be resold way below retail value. And because Goodwill helps people find jobs with the money raised, by the time the bill reaches the upper echelons of your wallet’s capabilities, you’ll feel all the better for it. A gala and VIP presale will also be held July 17.

July 18–20, 10 a.m.–8 p.m. Sat., 10 a.m.–5 p.m. Sun., $4 entry, Blaisdell Exhibition Hall, higoodwill.org/glam

 

 

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