In The Mix
See 10 Feet at Brew Moon
FANS OF the Na Hoku Hanohano Award-winning group Ten Feet should make plans to be at Brew Moon tomorrow night. Ericson Camante, Andres De Los Santos, JoJo Guzman, Josiah Kekoa and Nate Martin will all be on hand to celebrate the release of their new album, "Island Feeling Part II."
The guys will give two performances tomorrow, the first a dinner show starting at 7:45 p.m., followed by an autograph signing and another performance at 10:15 p.m. Tickets for the dinner show are $30, which includes the performance and a choice off the evening's pre-set dinner menu. If 30 bucks seems a bit steep, wait for the second show, and you'll only have to pay $10 to get in. DJ E-Rock will also be on hand to keep the party going until 2 a.m., once the live music is finished. Call 593-0088 for more info ...
GOOD NEWS: I've been drooling over Tia Carrere for years, ever since she appeared opposite Mike Myers and Dana Carvey in "Wayne's World" almost a decade ago. Now she's finally doing what many guys around the country have been hoping for: posing nude for Playboy magazine.
Carrere, who has also appeared in the movies "Rising Sun" and "True Lies," along with the television show "Relic Hunter," says in the January issue that "for the longest time, I shied away from nudity ... but since the end of my marriage, I'm more comfortable in my own skin. ... I look good, I feel good -- and I'm celebrating that."
Also, be sure to check out the interview with new Bond girl Halle Berry and the results of the magazine's annual "Office Sex Survey" in the January issue, which hit store shelves yesterday. Good times ...
GREAT NEWS: Former UH football player Nate Jackson was released from the hospital on Saturday, following heart surgery last week, and is now resting at home. Hawaii residents have raised more than $60,000 for his medical bills, but more help is still needed.
Support Jackson this week by visiting any Domino's Pizza location; $7 of every $10 VIP card sold by Thursday night and 25 percent of all orders placed will go toward his medical bills. The "Friends of Nate Jackson" will also be on hand at Aloha Stadium Saturday at the game to collect donations from Warrior fans and sell the remaining T-shirts from a fund-raiser held last month. Call 224-8048 if you want to help ...
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