Uncle Tom’s Gabbin’

Tom Moffatt
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Wednesday - December 07, 2011
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A HAWAIIAN THRILLA FROM MANILA! Brian Viloria (29-3-0, 16 KOs) defends the WBA Flyweight Championship he won at Blaisdell Arena this past July against Mexico’s Giovanni Segura (28-1-1, 24 KOs) this Saturday at Ynares Sports Arena. Boxing luminaries Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. and Marco Antonio Barrera will provide commentary ... and you can watch the action live via Pay-Per-View on Oceanic Time Warner Cable from 4 p.m. To order call, 643-2337 ...

Hollywood Hi-Lites: By now everyone’s heard that Jennifer Lopez and her young backup singer boyfriend Casper Smart were frolicking on Kaua’i, but the buzz is that paparazzi were on the hunt for Demi Moore. She was hidden away in Hana ...

And speaking of hunt, actress Helen Hunt did some relaxing here on a standup paddle board, while Paris Hilton and beau Afrojack took to Jet Skis during their quick stay at the Royal Hawaiian, after which Paris bought a $290,000 red Ferrari Spyder ...


Still on the subject of millionaires ... Yep, that was Roseanne Barr at an Occupy Wall Street protest in Waimea on the Big Island. Her rumored net worth of $80 million actually puts her in the 1 percent ... of millionaires in Waimea, at least ...

Congratulations to a dynamic gal and dear friend!

Uncle Tom and Christine Yasuma

Christine Yasuma, marketing and promotions director for Clear Channel Radio, is breaking into the Japanese radio market as business development director for INTER-FM, Tokyo’s only English-language international radio station, where she’ll work alongside my good buddy, DJ Kamasami Kong ...

New York City Ballet presents George Balanchine‘s The Nutcracker featuring special guest host Kelly Ripa, brought to you Tuesday, Dec. 13, at 7:30 p.m. at Dole Cannery ...


This week in 1958: The 11th Show Of Stars featuring Ritchie Valens, Teddy Randazzo, The Kalin Twins, Donnie Owens, Ronnie Diamond, The Royal Drifters, Al Lucas and The Esquires (with yours truly as emcee) Dec. 5 and 6 at the Civic Auditorium, then Dec. 7 at Pearl Harbor’s Bloch Arena and Schofield’s Conroy Bowl. Tickets cost $2.20, $1.50, $1.25 and 90 cents for military. This is 17-year-old Valens’ only appearance in Hawaii, and one of his last shows before losing his life Feb. 3, 1959, in a plane crash that also killed Buddy Holly and The Big Bopper ... And the No. 1 record in Hawaii is To Know Him, Is To Love Him by the Teddy Bears. Fun Fact: The Los Angeles trio included Phil Spector (in his first hit single) ...

 

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