Saturday, December 7, 2019
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It is like the Home Shopping Channel…but with Local Girls!

GO LOCAL is a new show that broadcasts live on Facebook from Hawaii's #1 Entertainment page, 808 Viral. The hosts Kumua and Kalei Timoteo, and...

Joe Moore & Pat Sajak Benefit Performance “Dial M for Murder” at the HAWAII...

Hawaii’s most recognized and highly rated news anchor Joe Moore and his long-time friend and television game show celebrity Pat Sajak return to the...
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Let it Snow Maui – The most realistic snow show in Hawaii – Queen...

808 Viral had a chance to visit this year and share their experience with what is called, "the most realistic snow show in Hawaii". “Let...
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ThinkTech: Business in Hawaii with Reg Baker

These two ladies were so much fun and had a great message to share. Leaving the corporate world to roll the dice on starting your...

Hawaii’s Music Festival at Kualoa Ranch

Want to end the year with a new experience? Check out the Hawaii Traveling Lotus Project Music Festival on December 23, 2017 at Kualoa Ranch. Immerse...
the Jade Pendant

The Chinese Massacre of 1871 comes to the Big Screen – The Jade Pendant...

HONOLULU (November 27, 2017) – The Jade Pendant tells the story of the Chinese Massacre of 1871 where a mob of around 500 white...

Submit your video for a chance to sing a duet with Amy Hānaiali’i at...

One lucky artist could get the chance of a lifetime to perform with Grammy-nominated, 18-time Nā Hōkū Hanohano winner, singer Amy Hānaiali'i. Hānaiali'i is...
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ThinkTech: Buisness in Hawaii with Reg Baker and The Amazing Hawaii Symphony

Wow! What a fantastic story! We are so lucky to have Michael Titterton and the Symphony in Hawaii. Truly an amazing story about how...
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Hawaii’s Top 8 Most Cringy TV Moments with comedian Daryl Bonilla

Actor and comedian Daryl Bonilla counts down Hawaii's TOP 8 Most Cringy TV Moments. Moments include Saved by the Bell, 50 First dates, North Shore...

Hallowbaloo Music, Arts & Craft Beer Festival 2017

On Saturday, Oct. 28th, Honolulu’s Chinatown Arts District and historic downtown will once again transform into a spooktacular celebration of music, food, art, eclectic...