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  • The Luau will be the place to meet up with friends…entertainment, food, prizes, fun for the entire family.

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  • The bacon infused vodka has found versatile uses, from being used in cream-based drinks with chocolate to a drink called a Luau, a mixture of vodka, pineapple juice and a dash of butterscotch.

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  • Carrie Underwood looked as pretty as ever as she was escorted by a private security guard to her car after having dinner at 'Luau' restaurant in Beverly Hills,

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  • • Good Hope C.M.E. Church in Russell is hosting a "Luau" Vacation Bible School.

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  • Welcome to the first ever White House Luau for congressional members and their families.

    Scenes from the White House: Welcome to the luau

  • But it was Boddie's work preserving the soul, gospel and funk scene in Cleveland that won him a following among record-collectors, thanks to his in-house labels Bounty, Luau and Soul Kitchen.

    Homemade soul: the musical legacy of the Boddie Recording Company

  • While Boddie never scored a chart hit, some of his recordings enjoyed a life far beyond Cleveland's city limits: the badass funk of Chrystal Illusion by Creations Unlimited (on Soul Kitchen) has been sampled by DJ Shadow, Madlib, DJ Spinna and more, while the Headline's He's Looking for a Love (on Luau) has been sending northern soul dancefloors wild since the mid-70s.

    Homemade soul: the musical legacy of the Boddie Recording Company

  • Luau dates vary depending on the month, so check out details on line or call (808) 821-6895.

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  • The menus are mostly seasonal and include several “exotic” themes, such as Hawaiian Luau and Thai Cuisine.

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  • Like the Hunt Breakfast in Virginia and the Luau in Hawaii, the New England clambake is one of a diminishing number of still-extant American culinary extravaganzas.

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