"Sometimes you have to forget what is gone, appreciate what remains,
and look forward to what is coming next."
In Hawaii, it has to be International or American. Any other is illegal, I think.
The downtown dance action seems to be slowing down, except for the few. And the Neighbor Islands are really revving up their night life and they all say the same thing. They don't have to put up with a Rail Disaster. And they are right, there are people arriving at the Neighbor Islands not from the Mainland but from Oahu. And Property prices on East Oahu are going higher while West Oahu is staying static. Nobody knows why, not me.
But we look optimistically at the dance scene. Hopefully we will get more news, and there are a few other blogs that may be interesting to reader/dancers. Frank always has good news, check in on him. The Kids must have change, every day, every week. Whatever they dance today will be gone tomorrow. The over thirty, that remain as experience dancers, will dance for two different reasons.
"Sh-Boom, Life Could Be A Dream" by the Crew Cuts
Those that must be "seen" and those that dance for the music. The disciplines are based on "to be seen": Both in Exhibition dances and in Competitions. The music is secondary, the right beat somewhat more necessary. International dancers can dance an entire routine without a note, not even a metronome. Fortunately, most of our reader/dancers are in the purely social style kind of dance, gotta have da moosic.
Pub's Side Note: Don't forget to check the "Goodies" section in any of our blogs. Might be yours.