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It’s a Hawaii Thing – Augie T – Honolulu City Councilman / Longtime Comedian & Radio Personality

February 15, 2021

Join Brook Lee and Lanai Tabura as they interview local celebrities, artists, community leaders and more on this fun, new weekly program dedicated to anything and everything unique to life in Hawaii.

Episode #22 – Featuring Augie T – Honolulu City Councilman / Longtime Comedian & Radio Personality

Augie T. is a professional comedian, TV, movie actor, radio personality and Honolulu Councilman elect for District 9. He has been performing for audiences in Hawaii, across the United States, and internationally for 28 years. He was recently named one of the U.S.’s top undiscovered comedians in 2020 by Thrillist magazine.

Some of his other achievements include funniest comic in Hawaii and one of Hawaii’s top 100 influential Filipinos. He was awarded the best comedy show by Honolulu Magazine and has won 2 Na HokuHano Hano awards which are Hawaii’s equivalent to the Grammy Award. You can hear him every morning on the Augie Radio Show on Shaka 96.7

He has appeared on the Wayne Brady Show and was a regular on Baywatch Hawaii and has also had roles on Hawaii Five-O and Magnum P.I. His movie credits include Get A Job, Horsepower, Midsummer’s Hawaiian Dream, and Aloha Surf Hotel where he plays the lead role.

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Social media personality and “foodie” content creator Lanai Tabura adds, “This new channel allows me to apply experience from appearing on the Food Network and producing Cooking Hawaiian Style to encompassing all the many quirky, unique things about Island life. We want to keep the environment loose and spontaneous, ensuring the show is entertaining for both Kama’aina and fans of Hawaii from around the world.”

New “It’s a Hawaii Thing” episodes release on Mondays.

WATCH IT HERE: It’s a Hawaii Thing Youtube channel


February 15, 2021
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