Posting this announcement with their permission since I can’t attend personally:
The Big Island of Hawaii is very fortunate to have one of the best chefs in the world living on this island and I feel honored to have met him personally. Celebrity Chef Sam Choy lives in on the Kona side of the Big Island of Hawaii and recently I had the opportunity to meet up with him over on Oahu.
On Thursday November 3rd at the Honolulu Design Center, I learned of the success of one of Choy’s more recent projects… the television show “Sam Choy in the Kitchen” being selected for a second season.
KHON2 General Manager Kristina Lockwood announced that the show would be picked up for its second season at a “Mahalo Breakfast” thrown for Chef Choy with many of the sponsors of the show in attendance.
Sam and the show’s co-host John Veneri entertained the folks in attendance with a quick demonstration of what kind of things goes on in the production of making an episode and Veneri even mentioned how Chef Choy was able to make a dinner out of left over McDonald Chicken McNuggets in one of his shows and after that they showed a video clip highlighting just some of the clips from this past season. “ I am so honored to be the chef’s Stew Chef for the second season” quoted John, “we have a some fun episodes planned for next year” he added.
Choy stated that he is “So happy the viewers enjoyed the first season, thank you all for watching. The show and the idea behind it are both hot and fresh, just like my dishes!”
Some of the sponsors that were in attendance to say mahalo to Chef Choy were D.Otani Produce, Hawaiian Tel Federal Credit Union, Modelo Beer and renowned artist Brad “Tiki Shark” Parker to name a few.
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Located in Hawaii’s biggest and most high profile mall, Nordstrom Ala Moana has picked up Sam Choy’s Hawaiian Kitchen and artist Brad “Tiki Shark” Parkers souvenir line just in time for the 2016 Holiday Season.
“We are so excited to feature such a colorful and high quality line in our At-Home section” quoted Deja Young At-home Dept Manager “hope to see you for Chef Sam Choy’s and artist Brad Parker’s personal appearance next month” she added.
“These are embroidered designs specially manufactured for Nordstrom and other limited venues” commented Abbas Hassan – Senior Vice President of Tiki Shark Art Inc. who is also the celebrity chefs and renowned artists agent. “We had a lot of inquiries about Brad’s art being available in Honolulu and we are so happy to be able to fill that demand thru Nordstrom’s” he quoted.
Chef Sam Choy’s products can also be purchased on line at www.chefsamchoy.com
Brad “Tiki Shark” Parker and his artworks are currently featured in Hawaiian Airlines Hana Hou Magazine. His company Tiki Shark Art Inc was name the 10th Fastest Growing Companies in the State of Hawaii by Pacific Business News.
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The Shops at Mauna Lani announces its newest addition, Kozy’s Tiki Palace, a comedy club venue and gallery. By day, discover colorful, hard-to-find Hawaiiana and decorative Tiki Art, while night brings Kozy’s mystifying mix of comedy and magic to life.
Proclaimed by comedian Dennis Miller as “the single greatest magician I have ever seen,” Kozak the Magician, better known as Kozy, has been amazing audiences for over 39 years, from his start on the streets of Pittsburgh, to Las Vegas and beyond, including a performance for Prince Charles and Princess Diana.
He has appeared in global stand-up comedy markets, nightclubs, theaters and casino resorts as well as HBO, Showtime, MTV, “The Tonight Show” and Comedy Central.
His Tiki Gallery brings together art inspired by 1950’s Tiki Bars, including what artist Brad “Tiki Shark” Parker calls his “Lowbrow Pop Surrealism” paintings, Tiki inspired art from Trey Surtees, Jin An Wong and Jacob Medina, original pieces from world famous tattoo ink artist Rockwood and one of a kind Cigar Box Guitars hand crafted by Michael Zack. The Gallery is open daily, 10 a.m.-7 p.m.
Kozy’s Tiki Palace is located on the shopping center’s ground level, Suite 106, next to Reyn’s and Tommy Bahama Store. His “World Class Magic Comedy” is presented nightly at 8 p.m. for adults 18 and over. Appetizers and drinks by Tommy Bahama Restaurant & Bar are available for purchase. For tickets and information, visit www.konakozy.com, or call (808) 430-1957.
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The establishment will be heavily decorated with Brad’s Poly-pop Tiki Art fit to entertain and delight the minds of all who are lucky enough to walk through the doors.
Parker will be assisted in this venture by his long time friend and colleague – Artist Dennis Mathewson. “This will be the ultimate venue for displaying my unique, mind bending style of art” quoted Brad, “and Mathewson is the only other Hawaiian Artist who can understand my vision for this venue and add to its magic” quoted Brad.
“I am honored and blessed that my Comedy/Magic Club will be the showcase of Brad’s Tiki Art” quotes celebrity magician Kozy “plus I am most defiantly his biggest fan!” he added.
Soft opening of the club is scheduled for late summer. For details go to www.konakozy.com.
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Renowned local Big Island Artist Brad “Tiki Shark” Parker’s highly anticipated mainland show opened to a jammed packed house in Hollywood California last night. This year for the first time the artist was joined in his opening by legendary Chef Sam Choy and teenage Ukulele Sensation Aidan James. Crowds lined up outside the historic La Luz De Jesus Gallery to meet the Hawaiian celebrity trio.
“It was a pleasure joining Brad to show off the original artwork of my new Hawaiian Kitchen Apparel line” commented Chef Sam Choy. “Big mahalo for those who came out to welcome us” he added.
Sam Choy Kitchen line is now available at www.chefsamchoy.com and in many major retailers.
“What an honor it was to have the Chef and Aidan be a part of my show this year” commented Brad “Tiki Shark Parker”. “It was a night I will always remember” he added.
Parker’s show titled Hawaiian Night in Hollywood runs through July 31, most of the artwork was sold on opening night but is definitely a must see for all in the area. For a sneak peak see www.laluzdejesus.com
About La Luz De Jesus Gallery – Easily one of the most important, significant and ground-breaking galleries on the Mainland. La Luz De Jesus, quickly garnered a considerable reputation with Collectors, Galleries, & Artists around the world; & gave birth to a genre of an Art movement that would come to be known as “Lowbrow Art”.
Today, a well known business that was a member of the Kona-Kohala Chamber of Commerce requested to be removed from all affiliations with the Chamber of Commerce.
Tiki Shark Art Inc, its Owners and Board of Directors recently won a $43,000.00 judgment against a Middle Eastern Firm out of Dubai and today Tiki Shark Art Agent Abbas Hassan sent a letter to the Kona Kohala Chamber of Commerce Executive Director, Kirstin Kahaloa, expressing his displeasure in the Chambers decision in having one of its board members defending the foreign corporation.
Kirstin (Kahaloa)…..thank you for taking the time to come see me.
As discussed in our meeting this morning, Tiki Shark Art Inc, its Owners and Board of Directors are not comfortable with the fact that one of your Board members is actually defending a foreign Corporation in a legal motion against us. That too when a local Hawaiian judge has already ruled in our favor over a month ago. Furthermore, this individual may have been previewed to information via casual conversation in Chamber gatherings that could potentially effect the outcome of the case………just does not make sense to any of us!
Anyway’s it is with a heavy heart that I inform you of our immediate withdrawal as a member of the Kona Kohala Chamber of Commerce.
Please make sure our name is taken off and “unsubscribed” to all mailing lists.
I wish you and your Chamber the very best in the future.
Well known artist Brad “Tiki Shark” Parker weighed in and said, “This seems unfair. It’s a question of responsibility. Someone who sits as an officer on the board of the Kona-Kohala Chamber of Commerce represents the Chamber, and to some extent, also the City of Kailua-Kona. That’s a big responsibility. To the average guy on the beach, when he hears that a law suit is being filed against a local small business and the prosecuting attorney is a officer of the Kona-Kohala Chamber of Commerce, well, in the court of public opinion, the Chamber is probably in the right and the small business man is probably in the wrong.”
Well known local artist Brad “Tiki Shark” Parker and his company Tiki Shark Art Inc, who are currently featured in Hana Hou – The magazine of Hawaiian Airlines, filed a “breach of contract” lawsuit against Dubai based retail giant Mohamed Al Hashemi Enterprises.
“Its so strange to be sought after, revved up for huge project on a International scale and then unceremoniously dropped” quoted artist Parker who is also the owner of Tiki Shark Art Inc. “A Hawaii judge has already ruled in my favor and now it seems the Middle Easterner’s continue to ignore and disrespect that decision? I am puzzled and distraught.”
According to public court record Parker won over a $43,000 award via default judgment after no one appeared on the Middle Eastern Company’s behalf back in March even when the officers of the company were clearly served papers and informed of the lawsuit and court date.
Tiki Shark’s long term corporate attorney David Eugene Smith said “I am use to going to bat for the small business owners and their rights just like I have done in the past”. Smith added “It’s going to be a David verses Goliath situation on this case again and right will prevail”.
Mohammed Al Hashemi Enterprises currently does business with several high profile US brands and in this case being represented by DeVries & Associates – Porter DeVries who did not respond to questions emailed to them.
John Paul of West Coast Detailing and Cornerstone Mobile Detailing has been selected to the elite Air Force One Detailing Team that restores and now preserves the original Air Force One presidential jet, on display at Seattle’s Museum of Flight. The Boeing 707-120, also known as Special Air Missions (SAM) 970, was a flying Oval Office for Presidents Eisenhower, Kennedy, Johnson, and Nixon. It also entertained many international VIPs such as Nikita Khrushchev and Henry Kissinger.
“I am honored to have been chosen to be a part of such a significant project as preserving Air Force One, a beautiful icon of our country’s aviation heritage and history,” quoted Paul.“How many chances do you get to work on preserving a piece of our country’s history and here we are cleaning and restoring more than fifteen of Boeing’s most prestigious vintage aircraft. It is a privilege to be a part of this team and to share in this unique opportunity” he added.
As a member of the 2016 team, Paul was selected out of hundreds of detailers nationwide to help celebrate Boeing’s 100th Anniversary and the opening of the Seattle Museum of Flight’s new Airpark Pavilion with the biggest and most prestigious historic aircraft detailing project on record.
Renowned Big Island based Artist Brad “Tiki Shark” Parker and his company Tiki Shark Art Inc promptly jumped in support of Paul as his main sponsor. “Paul always takes care of detailing and maintaining our Tiki Fleet of automobiles so well, like they were his own” stated Parker. “He is a perfect fit for this project”.
“It is a pleasure to support our local business, watch them grow and give back to the community…..all the best to you John Paul” he added.
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Celebrity Chef Sam Choy to Participate in the Chamber of Commerce Hawaii’s 3rd Annual “Hawaii on the Hill” Initiative in Washington D.C.
More Than 50 Hawaii Organizations to Participate in the Two-Day Agenda, June 7-8, 2016
Celebrity Chef Sam Choy will be entertaining, with his Poke recipes, culinary skills and joyful manner, some 1000+ distinguished guests that are anticipated to attend the 3rd Annual Taste of Hawaii event as part of the Chamber of Commerce Hawaii’s “Hawaii on the Hill” initiative in partnership with Senator Mazie Hirono.
“Sam Choy is a pioneer of Pacific Rim cuisine, and I’m excited to have him as part of our 3rd annual Hawaii on the Hill hosted in partnership with the Chamber of Commerce Hawaii. For decades, Chef Choy has been committed to sharing the culture of our state through its food, and is the latest local celebrity to participate in Hawaii on the Hill, joining Willie K, Amy Hanaialii, and Aidan James. Hawaii on the Hill has grown to be one of the most anticipated state showcase events because of participants like Chef Choy and Tiki Shark Art, who truly bring a slice of the Aloha State to Washington, D.C.,” commented Senator Mazie K. Hirono.
“It was an honor for me to get a direct invite from the Senator to attend this event. My cell phone rang and it was Mazie Hirono on the other line…wow!” he exclaimed. “I am so pleased to see that Poke, a true Hawaiian food, is making its way to the mainland in a big way,” he added.
“The Chamber of Commerce Hawaii is very excited and pleased to welcome Chef Sam Choy to this year’s Hawaii on the Hill initiative and, particularly, our Taste of Hawaii on the Hill event, which has grown to over 1,000 attendees,” said Chamber President & CEO Sherry Menor-McNamara. “Having Chef Choy represent the Aloha State with Tiki Shark Art will add even more stature and a colorful dimension to our line-up of participants. This will be our third year in a row to lead this effort, in partnership with Senator Mazie Hirono and her team, and we’re looking forward to sharing Hawaii’s food, culture, and industries with our nation’s leaders, and other officials and representatives, again.”
More than 50 organizations from Hawaii are participating in the Taste of Hawaii representing made-in-Hawaii products and the tourism, agriculture, innovation and technology, manufacturing and military industries. The Taste of Hawaii is one of several events slated for the two-day Hawaii on the Hill agenda, which also includes a “Talk Story” hosted by Senator Hirono and a Policy Summit with Congressional committee members and other officials.
This year’s Hawaii on the Hill will take place June 7-8. For additional information, please contact Lori Abe with the Chamber at email: email@example.com or by calling (808) 380-2605.
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Celebrity Chef Sam Choy along with renowned local Big Island artist Brad “Tiki Shark” Parker held a VIP by invitation only party at The Trump International Hotel – Waikiki Beach Walk last week. This event was an extension to the 2 day public celebration held in Kailua Kona last November where Chef Choy and Artist Parker introduced their collaboration and the new Sam Choy in The Kitchen line.
The A Lister’s party was attended by close friends and buyers of several large retail chains. In addition Tiki Shark’s financial backers, State of Hawaii representative Nicole Lowen, President & CEO of Hawaii Chamber of Commerce Sherry Menor McNamara, owners of Surf Giant Body Glove International and high ranking executives from KHON Channel 2 also dropped in to wish the Chef and Artist well.
“We are excited with teaming up with Chef Choy for the exclusive distribution of his new Hawaiian Kitchen line for the Islands, Guam and Saipan” quoted Tina Kagoshima – President of “HIC” Hawaii Intercontinental Corp. “Looking forward to getting these beautiful towels into every kitchen” she added.
“What a great group of local folks, I feel my brand is in very good hands and will get the exposure it deserves in Hawaii with Tiki Shark Art Inc and HIC Corp behind it” said Chef Sam Choy. “Plus I love Brad’s art” he quoted.
For more information and availability about Sam Choy Hawaiian Kitchen Line please contact:
Nick Corish – Sales Manager HIC Corp, 808 216 9324 firstname.lastname@example.org chefsamchoy.com
Renowned Big Island based artist Brad “Tiki Shark” Parker’s limited edition Giclee on Canvas “Scaredy Cat Meets The Ghost Of Exotica” now hangs in State Representative Nicole Lowen’s office.
“Its a great honor to get the seal of approval of my art from Representative Lowen” quoted the artist. “I am happy that our local Representative appreciates my unique style of art and asked me to be part of the State Capital’s Art collection”.
“I am always thrilled to display art from Kona in my Honolulu office and I absolutely love this piece!” quoted Representative Lowen. “Now I have one of the most interesting pieces of art in the State Capital. Thank you Brad and Abbas” she added.
Celebrity Chef Sam Choy signed and delivered today to Hawaii Island HIV/AIDS Foundation a check in the amount of $750. This donation was made possible thru partial sales proceeds of his brand new Hawaiian Kitchen Line, which debuted in Kona last month.
“It’s is very important to support our local Big Island charities so they can keep doing the good work” said chef Choy. “Was a pleasure working with them on this project” he added.
“Without generous contributions from our Big Island friends we would not be able to do our important work” quoted Teri Hollowell – Director of Programs “thank you so much for including us on this project Uncle Sam and Tiki Shark Art Inc” she added.
Sam Choy’s Hawaiian Kitchen Line will be available on all islands, in all States Nationally and selected Countries, Internationally in major retail stores starting late Spring 2016.
The line has been designed for Chef Sam Choy to his exact specs by renowned local artist Brad “Tiki Shark” Parker”.
For more information and availability about Sam Choy Hawaiian Kitchen Line please contact: Nick Corish – HIC Corp (email@example.com)
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A large crowd filled Don the Beachcomber Bar downstairs of the Royal Kona Resort for a concert that culminated with 13-year-old YouTube sensation Aidan James and John Cruz on the stage together.
Sam Choy mentioned about the hard work that was done putting together this new line of kitchen products and spoke with Professional Surfers Anthony Walsh and Jamie O’Brien about doing a YouTube show from their respective houses.
You can click here to view Sam Choy’s In the Kitchen clips.
While Sam Choy signed many autographed copies of his book’s, partial proceeds from the evenings event went to Hawaii Island HIV/AIDS Foundation.
Hilo folks will have the opportunity to check out Aidan James at the Hilo Palace Theater next Saturday Evening November, 14th at 7:00.
The product line will be available at his restaurants as well they will begin showing up in various gift shops around the island. They can currently be found at the Kona Oceanfront Gallery at 75-5770 Ali’i Drive in Kona.
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Today I had the opportunity to go out on Body Glove Hawaii’s 65 foot Catamaran with folks affiliated with Body Glove.
On our way out to a snorkeling spot along the Kona coast we came across both Spinner Dolphins and Bottlenose Dolphins .
We spent about 2 hours at the snorkeling spot where we had lunch and drinks on the boat. Some folks jumped off the high platform of the boat, others slid down the boats slide… and others simply socialized on board.
After a few hours in the sun, the boat turned back for Kona. On our way back to the pier… a Humpback Whale BREACHED about 100 yards from the boat. The captain of the boat said that this was the first sighting of a Humpback Whale that they have seen (this year)! Of course it only breached once and so I wasn’t able to capture a picture of it… but many of us on the boat saw it as well as the captain as he slowed the boat to a gentle crawl.
Mahalo to the folks at Body Glove Hawaii for making this trip possible. I highly suggest folks give this a try if you are staying in the Kona area. They have both a morning snorkeling cruise and an evening dinner and dancing cruise!
You can visit the Body Glove Hawaii website here: Body Glove Hawaii
Kona Oceanfront Gallery kicked off, in high gear the first day of a two day long festivity to celebrate the debut of the Sam Choy Hawaiian Kitchen Accessory line.
A second night of partying is scheduled for tomorrow, Saturday Nov 7th 5:30 PM at the Royal Kona Resort.
With over 300 + guests in attendance including several high profile State of Hawaii dignitaries and members of local, mainland and international business elite came out to view and celebrate this historic day with the dearly liked Chef Sam Choy.
“Wow what a crowd” exclaimed the local celebrity chef. “I have been to many big events on our island but never with this many folks from around the world. Usually I am the biggest celebrity in the room, but not this time!” Choy added.
Tomorrow night the celebration continues at the Royal Kona Resort – Don The Beachcomber at 5:30 PM with a star studded roster to include entertainment by teenage sensation Aidan James and legendary singer John Cruz.
World Champion Surfers Jamie, Brian and Anthony Walsh are also scheduled to be in attendance to show their support for Chef Sam Choy.
The event is free and open to the public at the Royal Kona Resort this evening.
Celebrity Chef Sam Choy announced today that partial proceeds from his two-day Hawaiian Kitchen Line event coming up Nov 6th and Nov 7th will be donated to Hawaii Island HIV/AIDS Foundation.
“Local Big Island organization such as Hawaii Island HIV/AIDS Foundation who do so much for our local underprivileged population to keep them healthy are very dear to me” quoted Chef Choy. “It’s always a pleasure to support them” he added.
In a personal meeting with Chef Sam Choy, Executive Director Bruce Merrell expressed his deepest gratitude and thanks for naming his organization the beneficiary. “I am excited to see Chef Choy support our cause and include us in this iconic event” said Merrell.
Sam Choys Hawaiian Kitchen Line National debut party is being held at Kona Oceanfront Gallery November 6th and at The Royal Kona Resort on November 7th.
Starting off with a Art auction of original designs created exclusively for this event by Brad “Tiki Shark” Parker. There will also be free pupus and free entertainment provided by legendary John Cruz and teenage musical sensation Aidan James. This free event is open to the public and is expected to draw record crowds.
For more information and details about the event, please contact: Jill Weiss – Kona Oceanfront Gallery808 334 0037
Famous Hawaii Chef Sam Choy was spotted at the Kona Airport with artist Brad “Tiki Shark” Parker earlier today.
Parker’s agent Abbas Hassan said, “Big local news story is to follow next month”.
Anyone know what’s cooking?
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Kona Oceanfront Gallery hosted its 6th Annual Best of the West Art Show tonight. With 35 + local Big Island artists showing off their talent to over 400 guests in attendance, the gallery broke all its past records!
“This event is our way of supporting the local art community” commented Owner and CEO of Kona Oceanfront Gallery, Mark Hanna “and judging by tonight’s record breaking attendance, our local Big Island community is loving every minute of it” he added.
The top 6 winners were announced by tonight’s guest of honor – the publisher of West Hawaii Today News – Ms. Tracey Fosso. The results are as follows:
- Alex Gupton
- Brad “Tiki Shark” Parker
- Penny Gupton
- Josh Lambus
- Clint Sloan
- Ernest Young
Renowned local artist Brad “Tiki Shark” Parker along with award winning author S.P. Grogan and surf giant Body Glove International hosted a book signing event last March. The illustrated novel titled – Atomic Dreams at The Red Tiki Lounge is a fast paced historical fantasy adventure set in post World War II Hawaii.
Part of sales proceeds generated from this high profile two day event were donated today to The Food Basket, Hawai’i Island’s Food Bank. “We are so fortunate to have an artist like Brad on our Island, his flamboyant and outgoing style of art matches his generosity” quoted En Young – Executive Director of the Food Basket.
Today’s presentation at the Kona Oceanfront Gallery – Brad’s home gallery was also attended by Kristin Kahaloa the new Executive Director of the Kona Kohala Chamber of Commerce and Mark Hanna the owner of Kona Oceanfront Gallery.
“The Chamber encourages philanthropy and collaboration with small businesses and non-profits to make The Hawaii Island a better place” stated the newly appointed Executive Director.
Brad also designs Beach Towels and other accessories for Body Glove International that sells its products in over 55 countries worldwide.
About Brad “Tiki Shark” Parker – (www.tikishark.com)
After working for Marvel & DC Comics for many years, he gave it all up and moved to the Big Island of Hawaii over a decade ago. Through his Kailua Kona based company Tiki Shark Art Inc., Parker sells his art though galleries in the USA and around the world. His unmistakable, lurid style of art reflects influences as diverse as the Flemish masters, comic books, and Hawaiian tourist kitsch. His designs can be seen on products from surfboards to skate boards to beach towels and calendars.
Brad “Tiki Shark” Parker is truly a master and a world class, award winning creator of Polynesian Pop Surrealistic Art with a Hawaiian twist.