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  • JOHN BERGER / JBERGER@STARADVERTISER.COM
    MVT SALUTES BROADWAY'S BEST?| 1. "The Best of Broadway" was the theme for Manoa Valley Theatre's "Manoa Marquee" fundraiser June 10 at the Hawai‘i Convention Center. MVT supporters enjoyed performances by local theater stars and watched clips of that night's Tony Awards. MVT Producing Director Dwight T. Martin, left, joined Board President Jeff Portnoy and event co-chairs Donna Bebber, second from left, Lee Yonaoshi and Nancy Evans Tudor during a break in the action.
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    LOGGINS ROCKS THE BLAISDELL | 5. Kenny Loggins, center, talked backstage with Hawai‘i Symphony Pops conductor Matt Catingub, left, and Jimmy Borges after his concert June 10 in the Blaisdell Concert Hall. "Footloose" and "Forever" were two highlights in Loggins' superb 65-minute set. Read my concert review at hono­lulupulse.com.
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    KAMAKA CROWNED MISS HAWAII | 3. Miss Hawaii 2013 Skyler Kama­ka was congratulated backstage by emcee Bill "Billy V" Van Osdol, left, and producer/stage director Ray Abregano moments after her coronation June 9 at the Hawai‘i Convention Center. Kamaka said she would celebrate for a day and then start preparing for the Miss America pageant in January. For more photos, see honolulupulse.com.
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    POLO POWERS FASHION SOIREE | 4. Christopher Dawson, standing left, and Crystal Pancipanci, standing next to him, were organizers of the Polo for a Purpose First Annual Summer Soiree June 10 at the Hawaii Polo Club in Mokuleia. Hailey Pancipanci, seated, helped her mom as a junior hostess, Moani Hara was one of the stars of the post-match fashion show, and Hawaii Polo Club President Mike Dailey was there to represent the traditions of polo in Hawaii. For more photos, see honolulupulse.com.
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    "HOUSE" OPENS AT TAG | 2. Duncan Dalzell, left, and Ashley Wagner caught up with cast members Sara Cate Langham and Anemone Jones at the opening night reception for The Actors Group production of "A?Doll's House" June 8 at Dole Cannery Square. Dalzell, Langham and Wagner worked together in Joyce Maltby's spring makeover of "The Importance of Being Earnest."

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