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JOHN BERGER / JBERGER@STARADVERTISER.COM HONOLULU'S FINEST HONOR 'FIVE-0' | 1. Lee Donohue, center, president of the Honolulu Police Community Foundation, and his wife, Luci, were the hosts of the foundation's "Honolulu's Finest Sixth Annual Dinner," a fundraiser for scholarships and community service programs, March 17 at the Sheraton Waikiki. The Donohues talked with board members Garry Hobbs, left, and Dr. Edison H. Miyawaki, and Miyawaki's son, Dr. Edison K. Miyawaki, before the start of the formal program. This year's awards dinner honored the CBS series "Hawaii Five-0."
JOHN BERGER / JBERGER@STARADVERTISER.COM INN JOINS AWAI AT MAILE'S THAI BISTRO | 5. Barrett Awai, left, was joined by Kevin Inn, center, March 24 for the first of three Sunday afternoon gigs at Maile's Thai Bistro in Hawaii Kai. David Patterson, right, back in Hawaii after several years in the Midwest, checked out the duo's cross-cultural repertoire -- Hawaiian standards for the most part but also some pop classics. Awai returns to Maile's on April 21.
JOHN BERGER / JBERGER@STARADVERTISER.COM NEW KAMAE PORTRAIT UNVEILED | 4. Myrna and Eddie Kamae were the guests of honor at a portrait-unveiling party hosted by Vili Hereniko and Jeannette Paulson Hereniko at their Honolulu residence. The portrait -- seen behind the couple -- was created several years ago but arrived only recently. Several other portraits, photos and other pieces of art were unveiled during the party, and the significance of each was explained. The highlight came when Eddie talked about his experiences as a researcher and filmmaker, and then chanted and sang a cappella.
JOHN BERGER / JBERGER@STARADVERTISER.COM 3. Circuit Judge Karl Sakamoto explored the silent auction with Stella Moon.
JOHN BERGER / JBERGER@STARADVERTISER.COM 2. "Five-0" assistant executive producer Jeff Downer, second from left, and executive producer Peter Lenkov, fourth from left, were welcomed by Honolulu City Council Chairman Ernie Martin, left, Gov. Neil Abercrombie and Honolulu Mayor Kirk Caldwell.