Friday, March 23, 2018

The Central Valley

This blog is getting more solid as the front running dance blog on Oahu. The kokua from Wahiawa Ballroom Dance Club and Aiea Ballroom Dance will solify it even more. It helps their public relations with their items and photos of interest to the readers and the hits on the blog go up. The blogs gets to be more recognizable Makaha to Makapuu Point and from Kalealoa to Turtle Bay. I can plan the independence of the blog. My best blogs must go and the junk blogs will remain mine. I get too little information about the dance environment nowadays.

“For the Social Dancers, Only? - Relax - Refresh - Renew - Play - Sing -
Laugh -Enjoy - Forgive - Dance - Love - Hug - Share - Kiss -
Create - Explore - Hope - Listen - Dare - Trust - Dream."


Because of the terrible bus situation, I am getting more questions on Night Club dancing in this sector. People want to dance on the North Shore, but apparently not too much doing there and then only sporadic. Cholo's Homestyle Mexican has Son Caribe Band now and then. Dot's In Wahiawa has something going a couple times a week. Just Tacos in Mililani has Salsa on Saturday nights. Many dancers are aware of the bus situation to town from the Central Valley and would rather go to some place nearby, Salsa Dancers have asked me about dancing in Waikele -Waipio area.

"I Wanna Dance With Somebody" by Whitney Houston - 1987


Many people are still trying get another Business Park in the Valley. Living, working and playing in their own kuleana would be really living in Paradise. "And I coulda been home in 20 minutes." Think of all the cars missing from the freeways or contributing to the horrible traffic in town. There are many smart people still trying to stop the "Gravy Train," but the Present Rail Party and the Big Bucks are still in Control. No one knows to this day, what happened to the first billion dollars. It's Easy Money, Sonny.


Yes, they told me about a strange occurrence at Mililani Shopping Center. Sam Stone and
Walter Wood were having a little conversation when a beautiful curvaceous blonde
appeared and went by. Stone turned to Wood, Wood turned to Stone, both
turned to Rubber, then the blonde turned into a dress shop.