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Tom Moffatt

Alyson Hannigan and Ashley Lilinoe and more celebrity news

HOW I MET YOUR MOTHER star Alyson Hannigan and hubby Alexis Denisof marked their 10th wedding anniversary by renewing their vows and reliving their 2003 wedding day, walking down the aisle in Hawaii at sunrise …

Local boy Sean Na’auao is headed to the West Coast to share his love of fish and poi. He’ll perform Oct. 19 at Sam’s Town in Las Vegas, and from Nov. 6 to 11 in Hayward, Santa Cruz and Sacramento, in support of his newest CD release …

Barbara Saito from my office had a fun reunion with members of the Japanese group Tube while in Tokyo this past weekend … You may recall their massive Aloha Stadium concert, complete with thousands of gallons of water, back in 2000. The foursome is in rehearsals for their next album, due out in the spring …

The second annual Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar Festival “Westside Style” happens this Sunday (Oct. 20) from noon to 6 p.m. at Hoalauna Park in Ewa Beach … There’ll be great local artists, including Makana, George Kuo, Dennis Kamakahi, Ho’okena, Brother Noland and Steven Inglis, to name a few. Enjoy local-kine grinds, Island crafters, a guitar and ukulele exhibit, community booths and more at this free fest …

Put on your costume and get ready to party at the annual “Crazy, Sexy, GHOUL” Costume Party, a Make-a-Wish Foundation fun-raiser, this Saturday (Oct. 19) at 8:30 p.m. at Aloha Tower. Last year’s party drew 3,000 guests …

“POSES emPOWER,” a daylong yoga festival, invites yogis and enthusiasts alike to The Modern Hotel’s Sunset Pool next Saturday (Oct. 26) from 7:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. Several of Oahu’s top yoga instructors will teach throughout the day, accompanied by celebrated local musicians and DJs including John Cruz, Makana, G-Spot and Ashley Lilinoe. The event benefits the educational initiatives of Mental Health America-Hawaii – $30 donation per person, per class … To register, email poweryogahawaii@gmail.com …

This week in 1967: Louis “Satchmo” Armstrong and his All-Star Band, including Waipahu’s Danny Barcelona on drums, perform at 8 and 10:30 p.m. in Ilikai Hotel’s Pacific Ballroom. Satchmo begins his exciting performances with Sleepy Time Down South and continues with favorites including Cabaret, The Girl From Ipanema, Blueberry Hill, Stomping At The Savoy and Hello Dolly before ending with When The Saints Go Marching In. After both shows the crowds are on their feet, yelling for more! Tickets cost $5 … And the No. 1 record in Hawaii is You Better Sit Down by Cher

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