Monday, January 4, 2016


On Oahu it is supposedly a story or statement in general circulation in our dance world without confirmation or certainty as to the facts:  We do have some choices, there are some we like and some we don;t like and it has nothing to do with the truth.

"Everything we hear is an opinion not a fact. Everything we see is
a perspective and not necessarily the truth."

This blog just disappeared and I have to do it over again. I really do not know what blogger is doing or if they know. Anyway, things are looking good for West Oahu. and our Horseshoe. Starting from the top of the right side of  Horseshoe, they have Salsa Dancing on the North Shore and we look forward to the day when we can add another from the North shore to our blogs.

"Old Devil Moon" by Jimmy Borges

The Central Valley is doing just fine with Salsa Dancing at Just Tacos in Mililani every Saturday Night. And there is regular dancing at Dot's In Wahiawa on weekends. There are rumors of a new Night Club in Waikele or Waipio, - good for these ears.

"Hanalei" by Melveen Leed

In the southwest corner of this Island is Honokai Hale, Kalealoa and Kapolei, and there are plenty of plans there. A Dance Studio, a Dance Club and Night Club with local  dancing. The section is really coming together with the realization of the coming Rail Disaster. We can Live in Paradise and Work and Play in our own kuleana. Now they know what second city is going to be like.

The Waianae Coast is waking up slowly. The coming Rail Disaster has got many interested in bettering the life of the residents in spite of the Fat Cats in Honolulu. Tacos and More in Waianae has Live Music on Wednesday and Thursday. A good step ahead for Waianae. So we are slowly finding out that we must do something to establish the West Coast as independent from Honolulu as possible.

"As Social dancers we dance for ourselves and if someone understands, good.
 If not, then no matter we will go ahead and dance our way."