Stewart sending couple to Catingub's Romance fest
is hooking up with Matt Catingub
and the Return to Romance Music Festival. Stewart will have an audience packed with loving couples on Valentine's Day next Wednesday. The couples will have a shot at winning a trip to Hawaii and tickets to the Romance music fest March 1 to 11. The winning couple's package includes: Round-trip tickets on Continental, accommodations at the Kahala Hotel, tickets to every festival program, a private plane flight to the Big Isle to indulge in the Lava Love Spa package at Mauna Lani Resort and a champagne reception at Harry Winston at Ala Moana Center, where the couple will be presented with gifts. Each member of Stewart's Valentine's Day audience will receive a flower lei and the "Return to Romance" CD, featuring Catingub's orchestra, plus local and mainland singers. Good show, Martha! ...
OAHU'S Chris Covey was go! airline's 439,000th customer and was awarded a $1,000 shopping spree at Ala Moana Center. The Jan. 29th flight also won him four round-trip tickets on go! Miss Hawaii USA Chanel Wise assisted go! officers C.D. Lauritsen and Joe Bock in presenting the awards ...
MEMBERS of the Iona Contemporary Dance Theatre who don't own heavy overcoats must be trying to get hold of them because they will certainly need coats while in Alaska for performances. Iona presents Hawaiian Myths & Legends in Fairbanks Feb. 15 to 18 and in Anchorage Feb. 21 to 24. Segments of the show also will be featured at the Meet the World Cultural Festival in Anchorage ...
Kreutz and Ariki go back a long way
HAVING MET Chicago Bears six-time Pro Bowl Center Olin Kreutz
at physical therapist Pat Ariki's
SportsMedicine facility in 2002, I would have liked it if he and his Bears would have won the Super Bowl. But the rainy day in Miami belonged to Tony Dungy
, a coach I admire, and his Baltimore Colts. Olin is easily one of the greatest football players Hawaii has produced. He started taking physical therapy from Pat for injuries way back in his St. Louis school days. He still checks in with Pat when he is here for the Pro Bowl and during the off-season ...
, who sold the Star-Bulletin in the streets of downtown Honolulu during World War II, writes of people, places and things in our Hawaii. E-mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org