Uncle Tom’s Gabbin’

Tom Moffatt
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Wednesday - March 07, 2007
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TOWER AT THE TOWER: Hail the return of former Tower of Power guitarist Bruce Conte, back with the band after 30 years. Tower’s heading back to Honolulu - don’t miss this special Prince Kuhio Day Eve concert March 25 at Events at the Tower (formerly Kapono‘s). Last time they were here, the band never sounded better ...

Drew Barrymore
Drew Barrymore

Sexy screen stars Cameron Diaz and Drew Barrymore spotted over the weekend enjoying single life, lounging in the hot Hawaiian sun. The only person missing was Charlie’s Angels co-star Lucy Liu ...

Congratulations to The Surfers, who are being honored with a Lifetime Achievement Award at this year’s Na Hoku Hanohano Awards. A little known fact: They were in the studio with Elvis in Hollywood for recording of the soundtrack Blue Hawaii back in 1961. It is rumored that The Surfers helped with the background vocals on the No. 1 hit Can’t Help Falling In Love. And that’s Surfer Alan Naluai chanting on Rock-a-Hula Baby ...


Dreyer’s Slow-Churned Ice Cream debuts the all-new American Idol- inspired flavors, including Choc ‘N Roll Caramel, Hollywood Cheesecake, Soulful Sundae Cone, Triple Talent and Take the Cake. Ice cream lovers and Idol fans everywhere can cast their votes at Slowchurned.com for their favorite flavor! The winner wins a permanent spot on the frozen delight lineup ...

Billy Crystal
Billy Crystal

FUN FACT: AARP Magazine notes that Billy Crystal turns 60 years old next Wednesday. His college professor stated that he had no talent. Who was that professor? Martin Scorsese!

Overheard in the movie Man of the Year, starring Robin Williams: “More and more people are getting the political news from Leno, Letterman, Jon Stewart, Tom Dobbs and Joe Moore!” Heavy duty company, Joe ...

Hot Invite! Exclusive Five-0 party celebrating the first season DVD release, with local celebrity hosts Emme Tomimbang and Kimo Kahoano. Five-0 stars attending include Al Harrington and James MacArthur - “Book ‘em, Danno!” This Friday at the Ilikai Hotel ...


This week in 1965, The “Blast Off” Concert is held at the Waikiki Shell; 20 local acts compete on three stages in front of 10,000 fans! The winners are Linda Green and the Tempos from Kaimuki High School, winning $1,500 in cash and a record deal with Warner Bros., with second place going to Buzzy and The Frolics Five ...

The No. 1 record in Hawaii is My Girl by The Temptations.

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