Uncle Tom’s Gabbin’

Tom Moffatt
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Wednesday - October 15, 2008
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Eddie and Janie

CONGRATULATIONS, EDDIE!!!! Rocker Eddie Van Halen popped the question to his publicist Janie Liszewski while on vacation here a few months back. The two have kept hush about it, but the word is out - they plan to tie the knot next June. Sources say “They are happy, healthy, very much in love and looking forward to a loving life together ...

WOW! Just got my copy of the Star-Bulletin‘s outstanding book, Hawaii 50 Five Decades Of Photography - a really first-class publication that contains the paper’s top 700 photos from its archive of some 250,000 pictures. Congratulations to everyone involved ...

Fun view ... Check out the picture on page 240 of Rihanna taken at Pipeline, and take a look at her in last week’s Kimo’s Vegas. From Kakaako to Las Vegas! Get your copy online at starbulletin.com ...

Noreen Akagi, box office manager at the Blaisdell, just back from Tokyo where she caught her favorite group from Japan, SMAP, at the Tokyo Dome. Never heard of ‘em? They packed the 50,000-plus seat dome for six concerts!

DJ Diamond

How low-low are you? The Rehabilitation Hospital of the Pacific presents a “Low Sodium and Low Fat/Low Cholesterol Diets” cooking demo with registered dietitian Kathy Eastlack on Saturday, Oct. 18, from 1 to 2 p.m. in the Frear Dining Room at Kuakini Hospital. Sample ono creations plus recipes and nutritional facts. Admission is $35, really worth it to get and keep you healthy. To sign up, call 544-3364 ...

Playboy fans rejoice - Playmate DJ Diamond will be spinning at The Shop on Saturday, Oct. 18. You may also recognize this model from Maxim and Esquire magazines. It’s a 21-and-over event from 10 p.m. to 4 a.m. ...

Hawaii ‘s Peter Navy Tuiasasopo has a regular role in the new TV series Easy Money, from the producers of The Sopranos, which premiered last week on CW. You may remember Peter as Kaleo in the 2004 NBCi TV Series, Hawaii.

This week in 1972: For the first and only time in Honolulu, Roy Orbison performs for two nights in the Hawaii Ballroom of the Sheraton Waikiki Hotel. Billed as The Big “O,” Roy performs all of his hits and gets great audience reaction when he sings Bridge Over Troubled Waters. Tickets cost $5.50 which includes admission and two cocktails ... The No. 1 record in Hawaii is Beautiful Sunday by Daniel Boone ...


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