Danielle Fishel, Tim Belusko and more celebrity news

Danielle Fishel. Photo from Tom Moffatt

Danielle Fishel. Photo from Tom Moffatt

WHAT IS HIP? Tower of Power and WAR together on the same night, that’s what! These two Goliaths of Groove perform Saturday, Dec. 7, at Blaisdell Arena, and Friday, Dec. 6, at MACC’s Castle Theater … You won’t want to miss this concert, there’s just too much musical goodness wrapped in all their hits! …

Spotted: Boy Meets World actress and Popsugar.com reporter Danielle Fishel, honeymooning with new hubby Tim Belusko. The two tied the knot Oct. 19 in an intimate Los Angeles ceremony … And, celebrating his birthday at the Society of Seven Waikiki show at Outrigger on the Beach, the phenomenal Augie Rey

Talk about an oldie but goodie … Hawaii Pacific University presents Molière‘s Tartuffe, directed by Joyce Maltby. The highly regarded satirical play was first performed in 1664, which makes it about 350 years old! Tartuffe will run from Nov. 15 through Dec. 8 at HPU’s Paul & Vi Loo Theater. For more info and to purchase tickets, visit hpu.edu/theatre …

Totally ’80s Wednesdays are back at Downbeat Diner from 9 p.m. to 2 a.m. nightly. Flash back to shoulder pads and hair volumizers with hits from Madonna, Prince, Billy Idol, Michael Jackson and more! No cover charge, 21-plus …

This week in 1988: Dionne Warwick and Burt Bacharach perform before 1,000 black-tie VIP guests at the grand opening of Hyatt Regency Waikoloa on the Big Island. In a powerful 90-minute concert held in the hotel’s Grand Ballroom, Dionne, along with Burt and a 30-piece orchestra, run through a bevy of hits including Walk On By, Alfie, Don’t Make Me Over, I Say A Little Prayer, I’ll Never Fall In Love Again, Promises, Promises and Do You Know The Way To San Jose. At one point during the show, Burt announces, “Nobody sings my songs like this lady!”

Fun Facts: Don Chapman reports in the Honolulu Advertiser that hotel magnate Chris Hemmeter spent a million dollars on this grand opening event … and Dave Donnelly notes in the Star Bulletin that “Parking was a problem – not at the hotel, but at Keahole Airport where private jets were wing tip-to-wing tip.”

And the No. 1 record in Hawaii is Kokomo by The Beach Boys

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