2010 Honolulu Toys for Tots Parade

Posted: November 19th, 2010 | Comments Off

Get those Harleys ready for the December 5, 2010 Street Bikers United Toys for Tots parade in Honolulu, Hawaii. Four to five thousand riders are expected to make the four mile route beginning at Magic Island and ending at Kapiolani Community College. Participants from several Hawaiian Islands, Japan and other counties are expected.

The event is sponsored by Street Bikers United Hawaii and advanced registration is not required. Gates open at 7AM and the ride begins at 11AM lasting about an hour .All motorcycle riders and their bikes are welcome. A $2 donation is requested to help defray costs for permits, traffic control and insurance.

I spoke to Ray Pagon, State Treasurer for Street Bikers United Hawaii. He asked me to remind riders to be considerate of our neighbors and tourists alike. He encouraged riders to obey all speed limits and discourages revving engines to reduce complaints. This ride brings in over 10,000 toys to boys and girls and he does not want to see the event closed down.

For more information, contact event manager Ray Pagan. Here is a look at last years parade: 2009 Toys for Tots Biker Parade Waikiki.

(Feature Photo Credit: Noel F. Williams)

About this guest blogger:
April M. Williams is a frequent visitor to Hawaii and a great friend of 808Talk. She is also the author of the book “Social Networking Throughout Your Career”, available in paperback and on the Kindle.

Learn more about April by visiting her at the websites below.
LinkedIn http://www.linkedin.com/in/aprilmwilliams
Twitter http://twitter.com/AprilMWilliams
Facebook http://www.facebook.com/AprilMWilliams
CyberLife Tutors Blog http://www.cyberlifetutors.com/blog/
Travel Blog http://www.aprilmwilliams.com


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2010 Honolulu Toys for Tots Parade

Posted: November 19th, 2010 | Comments Off

Get those Harleys ready for the December 5, 2010 Street Bikers United Toys for Tots parade in Honolulu, Hawaii. Four to five thousand riders are expected to make the four mile route beginning at Magic Island and ending at Kapiolani Community College. Participants from several Hawaiian Islands, Japan and other counties are expected.

The event is sponsored by Street Bikers United Hawaii and advanced registration is not required. Gates open at 7AM and the ride begins at 11AM lasting about an hour .All motorcycle riders and their bikes are welcome. A $2 donation is requested to help defray costs for permits, traffic control and insurance.

I spoke to Ray Pagon, State Treasurer for Street Bikers United Hawaii. He asked me to remind riders to be considerate of our neighbors and tourists alike. He encouraged riders to obey all speed limits and discourages revving engines to reduce complaints. This ride brings in over 10,000 toys to boys and girls and he does not want to see the event closed down.

For more information, contact event manager Ray Pagan. Here is a look at last years parade: 2009 Toys for Tots Biker Parade Waikiki.

(Feature Photo Credit: Noel F. Williams)

About this guest blogger:
April M. Williams is a frequent visitor to Hawaii and a great friend of 808Talk. She is also the author of the book “Social Networking Throughout Your Career”, available in paperback and on the Kindle.

Learn more about April by visiting her at the websites below.
LinkedIn http://www.linkedin.com/in/aprilmwilliams
Twitter http://twitter.com/AprilMWilliams
Facebook http://www.facebook.com/AprilMWilliams
CyberLife Tutors Blog http://www.cyberlifetutors.com/blog/
Travel Blog http://www.aprilmwilliams.com


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2010 Honolulu Toys for Tots Parade

Posted: November 19th, 2010 | Comments Off

Get those Harleys ready for the December 5, 2010 Street Bikers United Toys for Tots parade in Honolulu, Hawaii. Four to five thousand riders are expected to make the four mile route beginning at Magic Island and ending at Kapiolani Community College. Participants from several Hawaiian Islands, Japan and other counties are expected.

The event is sponsored by Street Bikers United Hawaii and advanced registration is not required. Gates open at 7AM and the ride begins at 11AM lasting about an hour .All motorcycle riders and their bikes are welcome. A $2 donation is requested to help defray costs for permits, traffic control and insurance.

I spoke to Ray Pagon, State Treasurer for Street Bikers United Hawaii. He asked me to remind riders to be considerate of our neighbors and tourists alike. He encouraged riders to obey all speed limits and discourages revving engines to reduce complaints. This ride brings in over 10,000 toys to boys and girls and he does not want to see the event closed down.

For more information, contact event manager Ray Pagan. Here is a look at last years parade: 2009 Toys for Tots Biker Parade Waikiki.

(Feature Photo Credit: Noel F. Williams)

About this guest blogger:
April M. Williams is a frequent visitor to Hawaii and a great friend of 808Talk. She is also the author of the book “Social Networking Throughout Your Career”, available in paperback and on the Kindle.

Learn more about April by visiting her at the websites below.
LinkedIn http://www.linkedin.com/in/aprilmwilliams
Twitter http://twitter.com/AprilMWilliams
Facebook http://www.facebook.com/AprilMWilliams
CyberLife Tutors Blog http://www.cyberlifetutors.com/blog/
Travel Blog http://www.aprilmwilliams.com


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2010 Honolulu Toys for Tots Parade

Posted: November 19th, 2010 | Comments Off

Get those Harleys ready for the December 5, 2010 Street Bikers United Toys for Tots parade in Honolulu, Hawaii. Four to five thousand riders are expected to make the four mile route beginning at Magic Island and ending at Kapiolani Community College. Participants from several Hawaiian Islands, Japan and other counties are expected.

The event is sponsored by Street Bikers United Hawaii and advanced registration is not required. Gates open at 7AM and the ride begins at 11AM lasting about an hour .All motorcycle riders and their bikes are welcome. A $2 donation is requested to help defray costs for permits, traffic control and insurance.

I spoke to Ray Pagon, State Treasurer for Street Bikers United Hawaii. He asked me to remind riders to be considerate of our neighbors and tourists alike. He encouraged riders to obey all speed limits and discourages revving engines to reduce complaints. This ride brings in over 10,000 toys to boys and girls and he does not want to see the event closed down.

For more information, contact event manager Ray Pagan. Here is a look at last years parade: 2009 Toys for Tots Biker Parade Waikiki.

(Feature Photo Credit: Noel F. Williams)

About this guest blogger:
April M. Williams is a frequent visitor to Hawaii and a great friend of 808Talk. She is also the author of the book “Social Networking Throughout Your Career”, available in paperback and on the Kindle.

Learn more about April by visiting her at the websites below.
LinkedIn http://www.linkedin.com/in/aprilmwilliams
Twitter http://twitter.com/AprilMWilliams
Facebook http://www.facebook.com/AprilMWilliams
CyberLife Tutors Blog http://www.cyberlifetutors.com/blog/
Travel Blog http://www.aprilmwilliams.com


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NOT I, Premieres At The Hawaii International Film Festival

Posted: October 13th, 2010 | Comments Off

Not I, is an official selection of the Hawaii International Film Festival for its 30th season held at the Regal Dole Cannery Theatres. On Sunday October 24th at 2:15pm, Not I will screen as part of the Pacific Panorama Shorts, and it is also nominated for the Best Local Shorts Award.

Written and directed by Misa Tupou, Not I ventures into the world of a violent man. Or is he? From a deep sleep he awakes to discover an abusive act on a woman. This forces him to choose, whether to help or not. His indecisiveness mirrors a familiar reality that perhaps he has lived this moment from a previous life. Is it déjà vu, a dream or is it real?

For interviews or more information about “Not I” please contact Misa Tupou directly at 808-721-6942.

What: NOT I, a short film premiering at HIFF
When: Oct 24, 2010
Where: Regal Dole Cannery Theatres
Time: 2:15pm
Tickets: see HIFF website: www.hiff.org
To View and Vote for Best Local Shorts: http://hiff.org/localfilmaward


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NOT I, Premieres At The Hawaii International Film Festival

Posted: October 13th, 2010 | Comments Off

Not I, is an official selection of the Hawaii International Film Festival for its 30th season held at the Regal Dole Cannery Theatres. On Sunday October 24th at 2:15pm, Not I will screen as part of the Pacific Panorama Shorts, and it is also nominated for the Best Local Shorts Award.

Written and directed by Misa Tupou, Not I ventures into the world of a violent man. Or is he? From a deep sleep he awakes to discover an abusive act on a woman. This forces him to choose, whether to help or not. His indecisiveness mirrors a familiar reality that perhaps he has lived this moment from a previous life. Is it déjà vu, a dream or is it real?

For interviews or more information about “Not I” please contact Misa Tupou directly at 808-721-6942.

What: NOT I, a short film premiering at HIFF
When: Oct 24, 2010
Where: Regal Dole Cannery Theatres
Time: 2:15pm
Tickets: see HIFF website: www.hiff.org
To View and Vote for Best Local Shorts: http://hiff.org/localfilmaward


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NOT I, Premieres At The Hawaii International Film Festival

Posted: October 13th, 2010 | Comments Off

Not I, is an official selection of the Hawaii International Film Festival for its 30th season held at the Regal Dole Cannery Theatres. On Sunday October 24th at 2:15pm, Not I will screen as part of the Pacific Panorama Shorts, and it is also nominated for the Best Local Shorts Award.

Written and directed by Misa Tupou, Not I ventures into the world of a violent man. Or is he? From a deep sleep he awakes to discover an abusive act on a woman. This forces him to choose, whether to help or not. His indecisiveness mirrors a familiar reality that perhaps he has lived this moment from a previous life. Is it déjà vu, a dream or is it real?

For interviews or more information about “Not I” please contact Misa Tupou directly at 808-721-6942.

What: NOT I, a short film premiering at HIFF
When: Oct 24, 2010
Where: Regal Dole Cannery Theatres
Time: 2:15pm
Tickets: see HIFF website: www.hiff.org
To View and Vote for Best Local Shorts: http://hiff.org/localfilmaward


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NOT I, Premieres At The Hawaii International Film Festival

Posted: October 13th, 2010 | Comments Off

Not I, is an official selection of the Hawaii International Film Festival for its 30th season held at the Regal Dole Cannery Theatres. On Sunday October 24th at 2:15pm, Not I will screen as part of the Pacific Panorama Shorts, and it is also nominated for the Best Local Shorts Award.

Written and directed by Misa Tupou, Not I ventures into the world of a violent man. Or is he? From a deep sleep he awakes to discover an abusive act on a woman. This forces him to choose, whether to help or not. His indecisiveness mirrors a familiar reality that perhaps he has lived this moment from a previous life. Is it déjà vu, a dream or is it real?

For interviews or more information about “Not I” please contact Misa Tupou directly at 808-721-6942.

What: NOT I, a short film premiering at HIFF
When: Oct 24, 2010
Where: Regal Dole Cannery Theatres
Time: 2:15pm
Tickets: see HIFF website: www.hiff.org
To View and Vote for Best Local Shorts: http://hiff.org/localfilmaward


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Aloha Justin Bieber

Posted: October 10th, 2010 | Comments Off

Justin Bieber, quite possibly one of the biggest teen sensations ever – just wrapped up the Hawaii leg of his “My World Tour” in which he sent out a big “thank you” to the fans and people of Hawaii. He then went on to say in a tweet “im really gonna miss Hawaii. it is awesome here. but Japan…im not complaining…haha. See u guys soon” and with that we say Aloha to Justin Bieber and watch out Japan because here he comes!

During Justin Bieber’s stay in Hawaii he managed to get out and do some great things it appears as indicated through his tweets while in the islands…including recording a new song that he said might be good to put it out for the Holidays & raise some money for charity…he also was accompanied by Jasmine Villegas and Jaden Smith during his Hawaii visit.


Justin Bieber, Jasmine V, and Jaden Smith in Hawaii

Justin Bieber’s Hawaii Tweets:


Justin Bieber
First Step 2 Forever: My Story


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Make A Wish Hawaii Calling All Golfers

Posted: September 24th, 2010 | Comments Off

Hyatt Regency Waikiki Beach Resort and Spa, in partnership with Make-A-Wish Foundation of Hawaii, invites the public to register for the Fourth Annual Swing for Wishes golf fundraiser. The tournament is Thursday, October 14, 2010 at Hawaii Prince Golf Club in Ewa Beach. Registration is $749 for a team of three players and $249 for individual entry. Fees include: green fees and cart, lunch, post tournament dinner, welcome gift bag, and a raffle ticket. All contestants are eligible to win a 2010 Honda Fit Sport from Pflueger Honda.

The goal of the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Hawaii is to make dreams that seem impossible come true for young people diagnosed with life-threatening illnesses. According to Make-A-Wish Foundation of Hawaii, approximately fifty wishes are made each year. With the help of the annual Swing for Wishes golf tournament, Hyatt Regency Waikiki Beach Resort and Spa has been responsible for fulfilling the wishes of at least twenty-five children in three years.

To register for the golf tournament, please call (808) 237-6105 or email swingforwishes@hyatt.com. Additional information and event updates available online at swingforwishes.com.

To find out more about the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Hawaii, please visit makeawishhawaii.org


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