Star-Bulletin Features

Thursday, August 23, 2001


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Guy Hagi.

Hagi moves


Long time Honolulu broadcaster Guy Hagi has been named Prime Weathercaster for KGMB 9 News. Hagi's new post begins Sept. 11.

Hagi is married to KGMB news anchor Kim Gennaula. Now they'll be together on the air.

Hagi will be the station's weathercaster weekdays at 5, 6, and 10 p.m. Gennaula co-anchors KGMB's 5 and 10 p.m. newscasts.

For the past six years, Hagi has been the co-host for NBC Hawaii Today on station KHNL where his duties included weathercasting, live interviews and feature reporting. He is replacing Kuualoha Taylor who left the station for a job in San Diego.

Masini shops for ideas

A new series of television programs designed to showcase Hawaii is being developed by April Masini, president of Masini TV & Film Enterprises.

Masini wants to delve into "the secret places and unusual features distinct to Hawaii," rather than the usual beaches and touristy spots.

Masini TV is accepting ideas, true stories, places of interest and concepts from Hawaii residents. Ideas can include an underground scene, a haunted spot, or a little known, first-rate restaurant.

Masini said she is working in conjunction with Discovery Communications Inc.'s Travel Channel to develop the shows.

Send ideas by email to or by mail to Hidden Hawaii Suggestions, c/o Masini TV & Film Enterprises, P.O. Box 3790, Beverly Hills, CA 90212-3790.

Label all pictures or attachments, and do not send originals because submissions will not be returned.

Ethel's assists women

Through Sept. 13, the women's boutique Ethel's is sponsoring clothing drives to assist two women's organizations.

Shoppers can help by giving a tax-deductible monetary donation to the following groups, or donating used items to:

>> YWCA of Oahu Clothes Closet, which offers career wear to women in transition for critical job interviews and first days of work. They are requesting gently used women's wear and shoes. Through Aug. 30.

>> Healthy Mothers, Healthy Babies, which is holding a keiki diaper and clothing drive for new toys, bottles, blankets, diapers and baby clothes. Through Sept. 13.

In exchange for contributions, Ethel's will be giving customers 20 percent off coupons to be used toward purchases from the boutique. In exchange for monetary contributions, Ethels' will credit the shoppers Preferred Customer Card with double the amount donated, in addition to receiving the 20 percent off coupon.

To learn more about the drive, visit Ethel's at Ala Moana, Pearlridge, Kahala Mall or Windward Mall.

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