Uncle Tom’s Gabbin’

Tom Moffatt
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Wednesday - September 28, 2011
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James and Scott Caan. Photo from Tom Moffatt

Whoops!  James Caan isn’t in the Five-O lineup … but was in town visiting son Scott, who is.  It’d be nice to see the two together onscreen … Spotted: Actor Garrett Hedlund, who starred in Four Brothers and Troy, and buddy Andrew Garfield from The Social Network and soon The Amazing Spider-Man, seen bromancing on Maui ...

The two were hanging at the beach after they both won awards at the Maui Film Festival ... Also spotted there, Entourage star Perrey Reeves, looking amazing in a red bikini top and floral bottom. Entourage just completed its eighth and final season ... Check out Self magazine’s October cover girl, Honolulu native Lauren Graham, better known as Lorelai from Gilmore Girls or Sarah Braverman on Parenthood. She was excited about the shoot and decided to write the feature herself. My favorite quote from the article: “I only like water when it tastes like a margarita.” Jimmy Buffett would love her ...

In a recent issue of Rolling Stone, Rhinestone Cowboy Glen Campbell mentions his favorite hamburger, “The Good Time Burger,” created by Hawaii’s own caterer to the stars, Steve Ozark. Steve’s known Glen since he was 19, when he created the burger named after Glen’s hit TV show, The Glen Campbell Good Time Hour, and recently spent a couple weeks at Glen’s Malibu home to cook and help with some 25 interviews granted to leading publications from around the world. During that Rolling Stone interview, the reporter exclaimed, “This is the best burger I’ve ever had!” Steve’s heading home to cater the Earth, Wind and Fire concert Oct. 6 at Blaisdell Arena ... and Glen’s new CD Ghosts on the Canvas is a winner ...

This Friday night, ARTafterDARK takes it back old skool with “Ring My Bell,” a tribute to Studio 54! Dust off your platforms and disco gear, and get ready to shake your groove thang 6-9 p.m. at the Honolulu Academy of Arts ... An event for teens! It’s “High School Love” at the FilCom Center on Monday, Oct. 3, from 7-11:30 p.m. All 14to 19-yearolds welcome. Presale tickets on sale now at Razor Concepts at Pearlridge Uptown ... This week in 1967: “Handsome” Johnny Barend marries local girl Anita Lum in the wrestling ring before a sold-out crowd of 8,000 at the HIC Arena. Rev. Samuel Keala performs the ceremony. Johnny wins the bride but loses the main event that follows the nuptials. Curtis “The Bull” Iaukea and Dutch Schultz defeat the groom and teammate Jim Hady to become the “new” Hawaiian Tag Team champions. In other matches, Eric Frohlich pins The Great Malenko ...

Ray Stevens and Ray Patterson wrestle to a draw against Nick Kozak and Chief Billy White Wolf ... Tank Morgan wins over Tiger Andrews ... and Ripper Collins battles to a time limit draw with Pepper Gomez. Tickets cost $4, $3 and $2 ... and the No. 1 record in Hawaii is How Can I Be Sure by The Young Rascals ...

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