Tuesday, March 25, 2014

What's Doin'?

The most akamai people against the rail on this Island are the people in Kapolei. They realize the disaster caused by the Present Rail Party and their lying methods. They have publicly stated it in a resolution by the Neighborhood board of Makakilo, Kapolei and Honokai Hale. They are leading the protest because Second City has been temporarily been stopped.

"Somewhere Over The Rainbow" by Bruddah Iz

When Honolulu Weekly folded on June 5, 2013, after 20 years of weekly Pritchett Cartoons, John signed a contract with Honolulu Civil Beat an award-winning, online news site owned by Ebay founder, Pierre Omidyar. A new chapter of Pritchett Cartoons had begun.

Published books on local politics include, "Drawn & Quartered," "The Unbelievable Empire," "Jeremy's World Comics" and the online edition of "Rail, Honolulu's Big Mistake." Pritchett also provides cartoons, caricatures and illustrations to national and international newspapers, book publishers, magazines and Web sites. Now generally considered the best editorial cartoonist in the entire Pacific Basin.

Ask anyone in Waianae. Da Rail, Auwe!

 Beginning dancers prefer to take "intermediate" level classes. Intermediate
dancers prefer to take "advanced" level classes. Advanced dancers
pay to take private lessons to work on their basics.

Too many progressive things in Kapolei on hold because of the Rail Catastrophe. Fortunately the interest in dancing is increasing specially because the preference is for a place to dance nearby and avoid the trip to town. Kapolei Chapter of HBDA is doing just fine, however there is a dire need for another dance organization, just to spread it around.

Then there is the new Dance Studio that is inevitable, even though there some talk of one in Waianae. The combo, Studio - Nightclub? Why not? At any rate there will be a place to dance in Kapolei or vicinity. The best dance floor in the west is still at the Waianae District Park. Could Waianae be far behind? Check it out.