Uncle Tom’s Gabbin’

Tom Moffatt
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Wednesday - May 27, 2009
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Anna Faris

Congratulations to starlet Anna Faris and Chris Pratt, who plan to tie the knot. Rumor has it that Anna doesn’t want a multi-million dollar wedding. The House Bunny actress wants something spontaneous. “We’re going to elope! We were thinking maybe in Arizona because we met there, or maybe Hawaii.” She goes on to say, “We are just so casual and laid back. I feel like we would be just as happy living in a trailer in Kansas as we are here, probably even happier…”

Stopped by Wolfgang’s Steakhouse with newlyweds Glen and Jeannie Larson, and ran into owners Wolfgang Zwiener and his son Peter. Their steaks are really special as is their wine cellar - the biggest in town! Recent diners include Mayor Mufi, Hollywood producer Chris Lee, Dog and Beth Chapman, Ann Kobayashi, actor Ken (Borat) Davitian, Makana, Donovan Dela Cruz, Jimmy Borges and Star-Bulletin and MidWeek president/publisher Dennis Francis. Fronting Kalakaua, it’s a great addition to the third floor of Royal Hawaiian Center…


A couple of nights later, across Kalakaua at Jimmy Buffett’s at the Beachcomber, we met up with Peter and Chef Stefano and his wife Sabrina of Sabrina’s Restaurant. Lots of food talk!...

Was honored to be honored last week at the MPI Aloha Chapter awards dinner at the Waialae Country Club. M.C. Starwood exec Michael Troy’s humor made it an extra special and fun evening - one-liners galore ...

It’s the Honolulu Broadway Babies’ 4th Annual concert entitled, “A BROADWAY FASHION ROCK REVUE,” featuring Broadway and Musical headliners from New York, L.A., Europe and Hawaii - June 4, 5, & 6 at the Leeward Community College Theater. Go to honolulubroadwaybabies.com for more information…

Sad to hear of the passing last week of Hollywood publicist Lee Solters, who I had the pleasure of working with on Frank Sinatra’s AT&T Concert at Aloha Stadium. A real gentleman, recognized as one of the tops in his field. Aloha, Lee…

Shaka Khan & Rufus draw 6,000 fans to Blaisdell Arena. The crowd goes wild when they perform Sweet Thing...

The No. 1 record in Hawaii is Shadow Dancing by Andy Gibb...


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