Alec Baldwin, Quinn Kelsey, Anuhea and more celebrity news

DIRECTOR CAMERON Crowe‘s latest project is certainly bringing some stellar talent to Oahu … Alec Baldwin, wife Hilaria Thomas, and their baby daughter Carmen Gabriela were in town while he filmed scenes for the Hawaii-based film, as was the very funny Bill Murray … and Emma Stone, who stars in the movie, returned from Los Angeles with boyfriend Andrew Garfield of The Amazing Spider-Man in tow …


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Anuhea’s new album

In the world of operatic baritones, Verdi baritones are among the rarest… and the most celebrated. Hawaii-bred Quinn Kelsey proudly states he is “definitely a Verdi Baritone” in a recent interview with Minneapolis’ Star Tribune. Currently performing at Chicago’s Lyric Opera, he takes on the classic Verdi role of Giorgio Germont in a new production of La Traviata. Kelsey got his start in 1991 as a chorus member with Hawaii Opera Theater and is rapidly gaining widespread popularity … he joins the ranks of Verdi greats such as Leonard Warren, Robert Merrill and Kelsey’s idol Ettore Bastianini

Congrats to mama Anuhea and her new bundle of joy! Big boy ‘Ikena weighed in at 9 pounds, 2 ounces. And if you’re looking for holiday gifts for your favorite Anuhea fan, check out her website,, for paintings, posters, hats, note pads, CDs and more …

The West End revival of Private Lives, the iconic 1930s romantic comedy by Noël Coward, will show on a very select 400 screens in the U.S … including Honolulu’s Dole Cannery 18 on Dec. 11 at 7 p.m. The one-night-only event features exclusive, behind-the-scenes visits with the cast and crew, and a celebrity featurette exploring playwright Coward’s continuing allure …

This week in 1974: On Dec. 7, War performs before a sell-out crowd at HIC Arena. They begin their two-hour performance with Me And Baby Brother and continue with a crowd-pleasing selection of hits including Gypsy Man, The Cisco Kid, The World Is A Ghetto and Slippin’ Into Darkness before being called back for an encore of All Day Music. The opening act is local favorite Beowulf, who regularly perform at The Toppe Ada Shoppe located on Kapiolani Boulevard. … and the No. 1 record is Kung Fu Fighting by Carl Douglas

Celebrate the fun days of radio in Hawaii with Tom Moffatt and Uncle Tom’s Rock ‘n Roll Drive In every Saturday morning from 8 a.m. to noon on Hawaii’s Kool Gold 107.9!