Life as a Comedian with Victoria Arnstein

Life as a Comedian with Victoria Arnstein

Life as a Comedian with Victoria Arnstein

Our guest in this episode is comedian Victoria Arnstein. Victoria grew up in Brooklyn New York and Manhattan, then moved to Hawaii 6 years ago. She’s a writer, stand up comedian, is married and a mother of 3 children. She is also an endurance athlete and has won a few races including an ultra marathon, (62 miles). She’s a singer and was going in that direction until switching to stand up comedy in 2012.

She talks about how she started performing comedy in New York by working in sales and making customer laugh. She shares techniques on how to give humor on dark situations and how to light things up. She also advises upcoming comedians about importance of memorizing words and working on the crowd.

To reach Victoria, you can contact her in the following ways:

Phone: 917-279-7581
Email: varnstein@gmail.com
Website: www.victoriathecomedian.com

The Necessity of Home Insurance with Bradley Maruyama

The Necessity of Home Insurance with Bradley Maruyama

Our guest in this episode is Bradley Maruyama, owner of Maruyama & Associates / Allstate Insurance in Hawaii. Bradley was born and raised in Hawaii and earned his Bachelor of Business Administration at the University Of Hawaii at Manoa. Through the years, he’s come to know many local families and developed many relationships which he has used to better understand the needs of his customers. With over 20 years of service to customers of All State Insurance,  He is the owner of Maruyama & Associates/Allstate Insurance. Bradley talks about how he got started in the insurance industry as well as his previous jobs. He gives advice on the confusing options and choices to insurance policies, and explains the coverage and advantages of working with Allstate Insurance.

Also in this episode: Quotes of the day, Tips of the week, special events, this week’s Open houses and Coming soon listings.

To reach Bradley, you can contact him in the following ways:  
Comedy U with Patrick Tyrrell

Comedy U with Patrick Tyrrell

Our guest in this episode is Patrick Tyrrell, comedian and entrepeneur.  He is from Rochester NY and joined the Marine Corps in 1993. He was stationed in Hawaii from 1996 until 1999 where he met his Australian wife. Along with his business partner Jose Dynamite, they run Comedy U which provides some of the best comedy that the islands have to offer. He is also a lead organizer for St. Baldrick’s Foundation, and they’re in the 9th year of raising money for pediatric cancer research.


Comedy U shows are brought to you by Jose Dynamite and Patrick Tyrrell. Together they are striving to bring a first class comedy experience. Local comedians have, for years, been practicing their craft and decided that now they are ready to bring great shows that will have people laughing and raving about the shows long after they’re over. They want to bring the comedians only through invitation to ensure the quality of comedy experience. They were included on the Honolulu Magazine Best Comedy Show 2017 and is a veteran run organization. Comedy U is also proud to announce it’s continuing to bring in top talent from all over the world.

 
Who is Patrick Tyrrell?

Patrick is from Rochester NY and joined the Marine Corps in 1993. He was stationed in Hawaii from 1996 until 1999 where he met his Australian wife while she was on school holiday from teaching. They traveled with the Marines a bit and ended back in the island with their 2 kids in 2006. Their daughter was diagnosed with cancer in 2009 and passed away in 2014. He started performing comedy in 2012 to help cope and started his own show at Anna O’Brien’s with his business partner Jose Dynamite in 2014. Since then they have been providing some of the best comedy that the islands have to offer. He is also a lead organizer for St. Baldrick’s Foundation. They are in their 9th year of raising money for pediatric cancer research.

To reach Patrick, you may contact him in the following ways:
Phone: (808) 497-1602
Airsoft and Nerf Wars with Anthony Quinola

Airsoft and Nerf Wars with Anthony Quinola

Our featured guest in this episode of the Team Lally Radio show is Anthony Quiniola of Koa Tactical Solutions. Airsoft. Anthony was born and raised in Hawaii before moving to the mainland and Spain to study. He moved back to Hawaii 10 years ago with his wife and 2 children. He is the owner of Koa Tactical Solutions, a local born Island company featuring 2 community projects: Dogs of War Airsoft and Pups Of War Nerf Arena.

He shares about the advantages of engaging in activities for kids rather than staying at home in front of the screens as a way to reconnect kids to parents and other kids. Anthony goes on to describe the difference between Dogs of War Airsoft and & Pups Of War Nerf Arena opened in Windward Mall and Pearlridge Mall.

He talks about who would most enjoy playing in either arena and where they can go to learn more about upcoming events. He also talks about a self defense class training awareness, home invasion program, self defense program specially for women to help defend themselves and be confident in a difficult situation.

To reach Anthony you can contact him in the following ways:
Phone: 808-388-8342
The Aloha Movement with Lahela Chandler Correa & Ann Hettinger

The Aloha Movement with Lahela Chandler Correa & Ann Hettinger

Our featured guests in this episode of the Team Lally Radio Show is Lahela Chandler Correa and Ann Hettinger of Aloha Movement Kauai.

Ann Hettinger has been a running coach for kids and adults, as well as a women’s adventure guide over the past 20 years. Currently working on their fourth children’s book, she works with her dear friend Lahela to share the message of Aloha with the world. The books of Aloha focus on lessons as Lahela was raised, and encompass 14 particular lessons from Aloha, such as Aloha is Respect, Aloha is Kindness Aloha is Pono etc. These lessons help strengthen and instill character building values and traits in our students, while embracing the Hawaiian culture.

Lahela Chandler Correa was born and raised on the island of Kaua’i in the Wainiha Valley. Her parents Francis Sr. and Kapeka Chandler were born and raised in Ha’ena and came from large ohana’s (families). Her immediate family consists of 10 brothers, 5 sisters and one half-sister; she is number 13 of all my siblings. Known as “Aunty Aloha”, Lahela’s huge heart, loving smile and welcoming hugs, embodies the very meaning of Aloha.

Together with Ann, they represent the Aloha Movement Kauai, a local 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation. Our mission is to help preserve, perpetuate and share Aloha with everyone. We are currently working with public elementary schools, charter schools and homeschools to supply Aloha workbooks for those that do not have enough funding available. As Lahela so eloquently states, “Aloha is considered the gift of the Hawaiian people to the world. Please join us and become an Aloha Ambassador today.

You may contact Lahela and Ann in the following ways:

Phone: 808-651-8856
Email: contact.alohamovementkauai@gmail.com
Website: www.alohamovementkauai.com

MADD (Mothers Against Drunk Driving) with Theresa Paulette

MADD (Mothers Against Drunk Driving) with Theresa Paulette

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Our featured guest in this episode of Team Lally Radio Show is Theresa Paulette, currently the Victim Services Specialist for Mothers Against Drunk Driving. She talks about the dangers of drunk driving, to bring more awareness about the irresponsible and dangerous behavior of drinking and driving, as well as the cost paid by the victims and their families.
MADD is a national grass-roots organization that was started in 1980, by Candy Lightner, a mother in California, whose 13 year old twin daughter was killed by a drunk driver. She joined forces with Cyndi Lamb, whose 6 month old daughter became the youngest paraplegic after a drunk driving crash on the east coast and together they testified before Congress. This started the change in America’s acceptance that until that time considered drunk driving as just an accident. MADD made a nation aware that drunk driving is not acceptable, it is a violent crime and it’s 100% preventable. MADD along with our highway safety partners has greatly reduced drunk driving fatalities and injuries across America, but will not stop until “there are no more victims” of drunk and drugged driving.

Who is Theresa Paulette?
Theresa was originally from Seattle and has been living in Hawaii for the past 50 years. In 1992, she chose to volunteer for MADD (Mothers Against Drunk Driving) after losing her 15 year old son in a crash involving a man who had been arrested 6x because of drunk driving.
To reach Theresa you can contact her in the following ways:
Phone: 808-532-6233
Website: www.madd.org/hi