Teresa Palmer and More Celebrity News & Gossip

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SPOTTED ON MAUI: Australian actress Teresa Palmer with husband Mark Webber and son Bodhi. Palmer has been cast in the remake of Point Break and seen filming surf scenes … She also was seen at Taste of Summer Opening Night Party for 2015 Maui Film Festival in Wailea with Adam Driver and Colin Farrell

First annual Sailor Jerry Festival ignites on Saturday at various venues in Chinatown, including Downbeat Diner & Lounge, Nextdoor, Bar 35, Manifest, Black Cat Tattoo and Old Ironside Tattoo. Entertainment by Go Jimmy Go, Knumbskulls, Anti-Matter, Black Square, The Prospectors, cabaret performances by Miss Catwings and other local talent. For updates, visit facebook.com/SailorJerryFestival …

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Hot girl group Fifth Harmony will perform this Friday at the 50th State Fair before heading for Hollywood to kick off its 35-city concert tour Sunday …

The Hawaii cast of It’s Only A Play are loving rehearsals with Broadway director Logan Leed, chosen by Tony Award-winning producer Terrence McNally to lead the Hawaii production in its first run off Broadway. The stellar cast includes acclaimed New York TV/film actress Linda Purl with local stars Joe Moore, Tom Holowach, Paul Mitri, Cathy Foy, Dezmond Gilla and Ryan Wuestewald. The hilarious comedy is about an opening night Broadway party where everyone is waiting for the all-important New York Times review. Show dates June 18-29 with 11 performances at Hawaii Theatre. For tickets, call 528-0506 … and here’s Joe Moore in It’s Only A Play portraying N.Y. actor James Wicker.

Sinatra and Elvis live onGeorge Chun and friends Gary Moore and Harold Chang & Dynasty perform live this Sunday at MIXX Grill (Piikoi Street). George swings with Ol’ Blue Eyes … Gary rocks to Elvis and may surprise with Little Richard. The fun starts at 5 p.m. Call 591-6499 …

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This week in 1970: Glen Campbell, star of hit CBS TV show The Glen Campbell Good Time Hour, performs before a sold-out crowd at HIC Arena. Backed by the 25-piece Capitol Records Orchestra conducted by Al De Lory, Glen sings hits like Gentle On My Mind, Try A Little Kindness, By The Time I Get To Phoenix, Wichita Lineman and Galveston. Supporting acts on the show are country singer Jerry Reed and banjo player Larry McNeeley. Tickets from $2.50 to $7.50 … and the No. 1 record in Hawaii is Spill The Wine by Eric Burdon & War …

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