Uncle Tom’s Gabbin’

Tom Moffatt
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Wednesday - July 13, 2011
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Chyna’s tats. Photos from Tom Moffatt

SPOTTED: former wrestler Chyna, getting matching Polynesian tribal arm sleeve tats at Xtreme Ink with her gal-pal, and Soul Surfer AnnaSophia Robb celebrating Independence Day on the waves with some standup paddle boarding ...

Speaking of surfing ... The fourth-annual Honolulu Surf Film Festival is going on now at Doris Duke Theatre through the end of the month. Special guests you can still catch are Stuart Coleman, who’ll sign copies of his book Eddie Would Go, Kathy Kohner Zukerman (the real-life Gidget), filmmaker Brian L. Gillogly, surf industry pioneer Bob McTavish and Anna Trent Moore. Find the full list of films and special guests at honoluluacademy.org ...


Get your tickets now for this year’s Love Festival Hawaii! Saturday, July 23, at Wet ‘N Wild Hawaii featuring Diplo, Jack Beats, Morgan Page, DJ Reza and more! Stay connected at thelovefestival.com/2011/hawaii ...

One of the nicest guys in our business was honored at a surprise birthday party July 3 at the home of Robin Mann. Society of Seven leader Tony Ruivivar was indeed surprised! The food and music were outstanding ... The highlight of the evening: an ad lib rendition of Unchained Melody by Martin Nievera and Melveen Leed. Wow! ...

AnnaSophia Robb

One Voice is set to hit theaters next month. The 100 percent locally funded, locally produced documentary about 10 Kamehameha student song leaders on their journey to the school’s annual song contest won Hawaii International Film Festival’s 2010 Audience Choice Award, the San Diego Asian Film Festival’s 2010 Overall Audience Award and the San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival’s 2011 Audience Award for Best Documentary Feature ... It opens in Japan Aug. 6 and in Hawaii Aug. 26. More info at onevoicemovie.com ...

Alan Okami of KoAloha Ukulele, Pali Ka’aihue of Pakele Foundation and Doko Ga TV, and Don Lee of Strum-n-Sway have just announced the formation of HAU (Hawaii Asia United), a division of KoAloha Ukulele. “The mission of the HAU is to bring quality entertainment, production and to help foster and introduce Hawaii musicians, dancers and cultural practitioners to the Asian markets, specifically in Korea, China and Japan,” says Ka’aihue ...


This week in 1964: I team up with E.K. Fernandez to present The Pacific Folk Festival featuring Judy Collins, The Brothers Four, Josh White, Bob Gibson and The Hill Men at the Waikiki Shell. Ticket: $4, $3 and $2. And the No. 1 record in Hawaii is Nobody I Know by Peter & Gordon ...

Celebrate Hawaii’s Rock ‘n’ Roll era with Tom Moffatt and Uncle Tom’s Rock N Roll Drive-in Saturday mornings from 8 till noon on 107.9 Hawaii’s Kool Gold ...

 

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