ISLAND LIFE SHORTS
Film, supper at art academy
FILM, SUPPER AT ART ACADEMY
Don't you wish the Honolulu Academy of Arts Pavilion Cafe was open for dinner? For one night it is — the Pacific-Mediterranean eatery is taking reservations for Saturday as part of the academy's occasional Cinema Supper program. Have dinner (service starts at 5:30 p.m.) and watch Michael Winterbottom's hilarious (and R-rated) film-within-a-film "Tristram Shandy: A Cock and Bull Story," starring the pithy Steve Coogan of "24 Hour Party People" fame, playing at 4 and 7:30 p.m. Call 532-8734 to reserve a table. Film admission is separate from dinner.
— Advertiser staff
HAIR-CARE LINE SEEKS FACES
Got great locks and looks? KMS California, a hair-care company that says it celebrates the fusion of cultures, is seeking six "independent-minded and multifaceted individuals" to represent its new product line. Sounds like some local folks should have a shot at it. If you're all about individuality and self-expression, enter the casting call at www.iamkmscalifornia .com by no later than March 31. You'll need to write a 250- to 1,000- word essay. Eighteen finalists will receive an all-expense-paid trip for two to New York City to compete at a final event on April 25.
— Paula Rath
"We were just a group of people that were getting to know each other, making something that we really knew was special — there was only one moment for that. Now people aren't willing to skinny-dip at 2 a.m. There are paparazzi on this island."
Matthew Fox | the "Lost" star, on how the show's hit status has changed life for the cast, in GQ magazine