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7 Reasons to Get Out of the House


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3/01 GET CULTURED
Spend a night at the theater. Manoa Valley Theatre presents the off-Broadway musical She Loves Me. The romantic comedy served as the basis for the film You’ve Got Mail. Call 988-6131 for tickets. Mar. 1-11

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3/17 WEAR GREEN
St. Paddy’s day falls on a Saturday this year, so drink up, eat up and party it up at Murphy’s Bar and Grill’s 20th Annual St. Patrick’s Day Block Party. Visit www.gomurphys.com.


3/22 TAKE A PEEK
Check out the latest the automotive industry has to offer at the First Hawaiian International Auto Show held at the Hawai‘i Convention Center. Call 943-3500 for details. Mar. 22-25

3/23 LISTEN TO THE BEST
Hawai‘i’s best musicians, as voted by fans, will be honored at the 10th Annual Hawai‘i Music Awards. $75 buys you dinner and a seat at the show held at the Hilton Hawaiian Village. For tickets, visit www.hawaiimusicawards.com.

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3/24 INDULGE YOURSELF
Eat chocolate, learn about chocolate and even get your body painted with chocolate, at the Annual Kona Chocolate Festival. www.konachocolatefestival.com.



OBSERVE THE ARTS Stop in at the Honolulu Academy of Arts to view the Honolulu Printmakers’ Annual Exhibition. Call 536-5507 for more information. Mar. 1-16 TRAVEL TO CHINA Well, sort of. Visit the Bishop Museum’s “Lost Maritime Cultures: China and the Pacific” exhibit and view rare artifacts that have never before traveled outside of China. The exhibit is on display until April 15. www.bishopmuseum.org.
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