Uncle Tom’s Gabbin’

Tom Moffatt
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Wednesday - February 21, 2007
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Korean TV soap operas are hot! One of Korea’s top soap singers is simply known as J....she’s Korean, but born and raised in Virginia, USA. She will be joined by fellow singing stars, Jung Jae Wook, Howl and Tak Jae Hoon in the super soap stars extravaganza! Don’t miss the 2nd annual K-Drama Music Festival, Saturday evening, March 10 at the Waikiki Shell ...

From presenting the Joe Louis Review starring the Brown Bomber himself to Tempest Storm to the infamous Naked Waiters, Jack Cione has certainly kept Honolulu unabashedly entertained. He’s celebrating over 50 years in show business with his latest “Boys Will Be Girls” revue, Le Bizarre. See this classically Cione spectacular this Saturday at the Hawaiian Hut - two shows only, 9:30pm and Midnight ...


Looking for live music with groove? Rock out with reggae legends Bunny Wailer, Steel Pulse, Midnite and Marty Dread at the Kolohe Festival for a special 2-day event on March 2 and 3 at Hawaiian Waters Adventures Park ...

It’s that time of year again: Oscar Night! Celebrate red carpet style with the Hawaii International Film Festival to watch an advance telecast of the 79th annual Academy Award Ceremony and take part in a six-course sit-down dinner. Strut your fashion best and rub shoulders with your favorite local and internationally-known celebrities this Sunday from 4 p.m. at the Halekulani Hotel ...


Ruben Studdard
Ruben Studdard

They’ve got 15 Grammy Awards and sold millions of records: Kenny Loggins, Michael McDonald, Natalie Cole and Ruben Studdard - all on one stage, with Matt Catingub conducting. What a line up! It’s the highlight of the Return to Romance week, and the concert is aptly called The Rhythm of Romance. Don’t miss it, March 11 at the Blaisdell Arena ...

This week in 1966: Herman’s Hermits land in Honolulu, ready to begin a one-week vacation. After a sold-out tour of Japan, the teen idols arrive at The Kahala anxious to check in, only to find out that their British travel agent goofed and no reservations were made. Their manager, Harvey Lisberg, calls me in a panic - and after checking around I discover that there isn’t a single open hotel room in town. What to do? My wife Sweetie is dancing for the HVB in Scotland, leaving me in a house sporting seven empty bedrooms. So the entourage hides out in humble Nu’uanu - and I mean they really hide! If word gets out that Peter Noone and the guys are in the neighborhood, we’ll be overrun with young Hermits fans…

The No. 1 record in Hawaii is, Listen People by Herman’s Hermits.

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