Miley Cyrus, Patrick Schwarzenegger and more celebrity news

MAUI IS STILL buzzing about the New Year’s Eve blast at Migrant Restaurant in Wailea. Performers included Steven Tyler, Willie K, Bob Rock, Alice Cooper, Michael McDonald, Patrick Simmons, Weird Al Yankovic, Sara McLachlan and Michael Buble

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Miley Cyrus and Patrick Schwarzenegger

Our public relations wiz Tracy Larrua, attending the NAMM Convention in Anaheim, Calif., ran into Earth Wind and Fire‘s Verdine White, who sends along his aloha. Come back soon, Verdine and bring the gang … EWF, always a big Hawaii favorite …

Spotted: Neil Patrick Harris soaking up some sun in Honolulu with hubby David Burtka. They enjoyed a little family time before Neil gears up to host the 2015 Oscars Feb. 22, which airs on ABC …

Also back on Maui, Patrick Schwarzenegger — this time with his main squeeze Miley Cyrus. The two enjoyed dinner at Fairmont Kea Lani and walked along the beach to Four Seasons for lunch. The two walked arm-in-arm and stopped to take photos and sign autographs for fans …

This Saturday, Marc Broussard performs at The Republik, showcasing his style of Bayou Soul, a mix of funk, R&B, rock and pop matched with distinct Southern roots. He is the son of Boogie Kings guitarist Ted Broussard

Sunday marks the inaugural ESPN 1420 Jersey Fun Run, a 3K walk or run course through Aloha Stadium and onto Hawaiian Airlines Field. Enjoy the sports-themed interactive stations set up along the way to the finish line. There will be bouncers for the little ones, live entertainment, concession stands, giveaways and prizes. To sign up and to get more details, visit espn1420am.com. Proceeds will benefit Special Olympics Hawaii …

This week in 1998: It’s a two-night Rolling Stones concert at Aloha Stadium, one of the stops on their “Bridges To Babylon Tour.” They perform for two hours and 20 minute, opening both evenings with Satisfaction. Fun fact: Satisfaction was the closing number in their 27-minute concert at HIC Arena in 1966. In 1998, their final number is Brown Sugar. The opening act is 16-year-old blues guitarist Jonny Lang. Ticket prices are $65, $45 and $35 … And the No. 1 record is Together Again by Janet Jackson

HOT! HOT! HOT! … No. 1 on Saturday Morning Radio! “Uncle Tom’s Rock & Roll Drive In”… 8 to Noon on Hawaii’s Kool Gold 107.9.