Monday, October 14, 2013

What's Doin'?

Richie Fun, good write up in Town Dance blog: Gayle and the Hawaii Gardenia Circle hosting another live music extravadanza at the famous Palladium. The re known Pat Koh Ensemble will again be playing for the lucky dancers on November 30th. The joint was really meant for this.

"Music, Music, Music" by Theresa Brewer
 "End of the Road" by Boyz II Men:
This amazing song, written and produced by Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds, reached #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 in August of 1992 and would stay there for a record breaking 13 straight weeks. This broke the record of 11 weeks held by Elvis Presley in 1956 with "Hound Dog/Don't Be Cruel," but would be later be broken again by another.

More people from the west seem to be at the HBDA Ohana dance every month. I am taking an extra camera and let some of the dancers get their own shots in. A few quotes from the dancers would not hurt either. This is social media.

Does it all have to happen on Town. Let's get something going in Kapolei. Of course, most places are being priced out of the market to pay for the Rail Disaster. Even the schools are suffering but cheer up friends, the worst is yet to come.

"People often say that motivation doesn’t last. Well, neither does bathing.
That’s why we recommend it daily."

It is becoming even more imperative to find places to dance in the West. So many good people here that love to dance. The best dance floor remains at Waianae District Park but it too far for most of our dancers. Another perfect central spot would be somewhere in the Waikele - Waipio area. The Dance Pavilion has been cancelled to pay for the Rail Tragedy.

Nice to hear that the Taxi Vans are being taken into consideration because of the Rail Fiasco. Resident of Waianae keeps the regular Taxi in town. In the AM, one Van run into town, and parks it. Uses his regular Taxi in town, parks and in the PM Van run back. Will beat being forced into taking the Rail Mess, but will cost more. Gotta do something.