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‘Five-0’ to follow football

Figuring that fans of professional football are fans of "Hawaii Five-0," CBS plans to air a new episode of the top-rated crime drama in a special Sunday night time slot right after the NFL’s AFC championship game Jan. 23. The game is scheduled to kick off at 1:30 p.m. Hawaii time with the new episode of "Five-0" airing at 6 p.m. on KGMB. The network said it is not considering a permanent Sunday time slot for the show, which normally airs at 9 p.m. Mondays.

 

Chill to linger another day

Don’t put that extra blanket away just yet.

Lower temperatures, in the 60s overnight, should continue through tomorrow, National Weather Service forecasters say.

"It is winter out there," said Derek Wroe, a Weather Service forecaster. "The overnight low is going to be a bit cool for the next several days."

Wroe said a low-pressure system north of the state is bringing cooler winds from the northwest instead of our usual, and slightly warmer, northeast tradewinds.

 

Elton John in Maui show

Elton John and his band will appear in concert Feb. 25 at the new Yokouchi Pavilion at the Maui Arts & Cultural Center.

Promoter Tom Moffatt said there will be no Oahu concert.

John and his band will be performing their "Greatest Hits Live" concert, featuring No. 1 chart hits and classic album tracks.

Tickets for the Feb. 25 Maui show are $77, $97, $152 and $252 (not including service charge) and will be available to the general public starting at 10 a.m. next Saturday at the MACC box office, by calling 242-7469 and via www.mauiarts.org/tickets.

Advance sales to MACC members start at 10 a.m. Tuesday and will run through Thursday. To become a MACC member, visit www.mauiarts.org/donorbenefit.

 

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