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The Ka'apu family is featured in Toni Polancy's new romantic book. From left, David, known as "David of Punalu'u" wife Myrtie and their two children.

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Romance lives in the Islands
What began as a contemporary guide became a then-to-now series of myths and real-life anecdotes, what Toni Polancy likes to call "a history of the Islands through its love stories."
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Protesters picket Eminem concert in England
About 100 protesters in Manchester, England, gathered Thursday outside a concert by Eminem, shouting for the American rap star to "stop the bigotry, stop the hate."
Letterman may be pushing the limit
The New York Post reported yesterday that a David Letterman Top 10 list that poked fun at his network was scrapped this week.
Wayne Harada
• Show Biz
'Baywatch' stars keep busy after cancellation
Life goes on for a couple of "Baywatch Hawai'i" regulars. Jason Momoa, was asked to play Britney Spears' love interest in her next music video. He turned it down because he has a commitment in Las Vegas for a Regis Philbin show.

• Island Sounds
'Elua Kane, Dennis James Lee sample past and present
Advertiser entertainment editor Wayne Harada reviews the following CDs: "Paddle To The Rising Sun" by 'Elua Kane and "Smile" by Dennis James Lee.

Audio sample of "Paddle To The Rising Sun" by Elua Kane. in mp3 or RealAudio format. RealAudio requires a plug-in.
Audio sample of "Smile" by Dennis James Lee. in mp3 or RealAudio format. RealAudio requires a plug-in.

Joan Namkoong
Quick Bites
New executive chef at Parc Cafe
Don Maruyama Jr. has been named executive chef of the Parc Cafe at the Waikiki Parc Hotel. Maruyama, a 14-year veteran of the food service industry, was most recently the executive chef at Fort Street Bar and Grill in downtown Honolulu.
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