Wednesday, May 22, 2019

DAL Midweek, May 22nd

I am finally getting across to some people that we need the photos in our blog and I cannot take them. A well organized slide show allows a presenter to fit visual images to an oral presentation but in our blogs we have little oral presentation so we must rely on the photos of these beautiful functions. Then the old adage "A picture is worth a thousand words" holds true, in that a single image can save us a whole slew of descriptive details. The best fact that has just come out is that two people in a photo are twice as good as one in our blogs.

"Social dancers know that the best part is… literally anyone can do it. With the
kind of teachers we have on Oahu, it’s fun, quick and easy to do." 


What are dance blogs used for?
Use it right, and a blog can be the main tool used to advertise itself to its readers. A blog can do that job very well if you just tell a few people. I use Twitter and Facebook to spread the word. For our dance community it is just another opinion. "Just?" The greatest value in dance blogging on Oahu is the availability of various opinions. We then have Social Media, resulting in more educated dancers in our existing dance world on this island. Wow!

"Old Devil Moon" by Jimmy Borges


The main issue for us on Oahu isn't, "to blog or not to blog;" but whether or not to develop the changes necessary to keep our blogsites alive and interesting. If any of us are not world famous, then we offer different opinions for our blogsites to be effective brochures. If there’s one thing we truly value here in our blogoshere, it’s the opinions of others. At this moment the opinions we desperately seek are from long standing social dancers. They have the experience to give the reader/dancers of all our blogs an education. With that being said, we proudly open our blogs for guest bloggers who have something to say.

"May you always have - Courage when the way gets dark - Laughter to kiss your lips -
Patience when you need to wait - Hugs when your spirit sags - Friendships to
lighten your being - Dreams, just because and the Spirit to carry you on."

Saturday, May 18, 2019

Week Ending Saturday, May 25th, 2019

Yes, Tonight is the Night and I hope to see you all there.


"Social dancers do not need to dance to acquire a sound mind and body. So there
must be more reasons why we do so. There must be something glorious about
dancing that is more than just intangible. Could it be the extra enjoyment
of moving the body to our favorite music?

Wots Doin'? Week Ending Saturday, May 25th.

Monday, May 20th. Dragon Upstairs, 7-11 PM
Noche Latina, - DJ Fresco Spinning. No Cover.

Wahiawa Ballroom Dance Club,
Ballroom dance classes at the Wahiawa Recreation Center.
Teachers: Felipe Repollo and Carol Mendoza, Line dancing on Wednesday,

Whiskey Dix, country dancing in Aiea, Nice Drinks,
Free line dance lessons. Line dancing needs more men.


Tuesday, May 21st.
Buhu Cantina, Waikiki, Agua Dulce playing, Salsa, Bachata

Shore Fyre, Latin Tuesdays
Dinner, Drinks and Dancing

Wednesday May, 22nd.
Lava Rock, Ladies Night, DJ Rafael

Wahiawa Ballroom Dance Club, Line dance classes at the
Wahiawa Recreation Center - Teacher, Carol Kohagura,

Whiskey Dix, country dancing in Aiea,
Nice drinks, plenty room and Free line dance lessons

"Hanalei Moon" by Loyal Garner

Thursday, May 23rd
SALSAMOR Latin Dancing Every Thursday night. Now at District Nightclub!


Friday, May 24th.
Sweet Leilani Club on the North Shore. Social dancing. for the over 30

Infinity Movement Studio
Every Friday, Mambo Night.

Saturday, May 25th.
Paradise Tango Argentino - Wine and Tango - Downtown New Location

Latin - Flava, Every Saturday - Cover: $10, free before 10 pm.
International Market Place, 3rd Floor.

"Social dancers realize that teaching is only demonstrating that it is possible.
Learning is making it possible for themselves."

Tuesday, May 14, 2019

From Maile Yagi

Aloha Dancers!
Are you wondering where to go this week?

This Thursday, 5-16-19 - Aiea Ballroom Dance Association’s Monthly Dance, 7:30 - 9:15 pm. Location: Aiea Intermediate School - Potluck social and if anyone wants to register for a dance class, you may do that at the same time. No color theme.

This Friday, 5-17-19 at Dance Appeal Studio, 94-307 Farrington Highway,
Unit A11, Waipahu, Hawaii 96797
May Special!!!
Friday Social Dance
Party with D.J. Leland Yagi!
May 17
6:00-10:00PM
$12.00 per person.

https://danceappealstudio.com/

This Saturday, 5-18-19 - Aiea Ballroom Dance Association 64th Anniversary Dance, 6-9 :30 pm at the Ala Wai Golf Course Clubhouse 2nd. Floor. Theme colors for attire are Gold, Silver, Copper. Tickets on sale: contact Deanie at jusjo2u@yahoo.com


Also, please enjoy this fantastic video, taken and put together by Craig Abing, who captured the special moments of the Wahiawa Ballroom Dance Club's 50th. Golden Anniversary event. Thank you Craig Abing, for all your time, effort, and hardwork into putting this video together and we truly appreciate your support and gift to us. Please enjoy everyone!

https://gopro.com/v/LvoXB7nq0w13v

Mark your calendars and please come to WBDC's next monthly dance, happening on June 15, 2019, as we look forward and get ready for WBDC's FILIPINO FIESTA DANCE!

Please insert this date in your WBDC Dance Calendar and reserve this date for YOU! SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7, 2019. We look forward to seeing you at WBDC'S ANNUAL CHRISTMAS DANCE AT HELEMANO CAMP 808, 5-10 PM!

Keep on Dancing and See You Soon!
Maile Yagi for Wahiawa Ballroom Dance Club

“Darkness cannot drive out darkness: only light can do that.
Hate cannot drive out hate: only love can do that.”

Saturday, May 11, 2019

Week Ending Saturday, May 18th, 2019

Yes, Tonight is the Night and I hope to see you all there.
The Central Valley is going to be jumping.


Social dance is a category of dances that have a social function and context.
They are generally intended for participation rather than performance
 and can be led and followed with relative ease.

Wots Doin'? Week Ending Saturday, May 18th.

Monday, May 13th. Dragon Upstairs, 7-11 PM
Noche Latina, - DJ Fresco Spinning. No Cover.

Wahiawa Ballroom Dance Club,
Ballroom dance classes at the Wahiawa Recreation Center.
Teachers: Felipe Repollo and Carol Mendoza, Line dancing on Wednesday,

Whiskey Dix, country dancing in Aiea, Nice Drinks,
Free line dance lessons. Line dancing needs more men.


Tuesday, May 14th.
Buhu Cantina, Waikiki, Agua Dulce playing, Salsa, Bachata

Shore Fyre, Latin Tuesdays
Dinner, Drinks and Dancing

Wednesday May, 15th.
Lava Rock, Ladies Night, DJ Rafael

Wahiawa Ballroom Dance Club, Line dance classes at the
Wahiawa Recreation Center - Teacher, Carol Kohagura,

Whiskey Dix, country dancing in Aiea,
Nice drinks, plenty room and Free line dance lessons

Thursday, May 16th.
SALSAMOR Latin Dancing Every Thursday night. Now at District Nightclub!


Friday, May 17th.
Sweet Leilani Club on the North Shore. Social dancing. for the over 30

Infinity Movement Studio
Every Friday, Mambo Night.

Saturday, May 18th.
Paradise Tango Argentino - Wine and Tango - Downtown New Location

Latin - Flava, Every Saturday - Cover: $10, free before 10 pm.
International Market Place, 3rd Floor.


No truth to the rumor of a keg of beer and there will be no valet parking.

Attention Please: Looking for Dancer/computer Geek, I want to donate win 7 computer not working too well. Maybe fix and they can give it to a friend.

Wednesday, May 8, 2019

DAL Midweek, May 8th

The first Oahu social dance club on record was Aiea Ballroom Dance Association, in 1955. which spun off the independent Hawaii Ballroom Dance Association in Town. Then we had Wahiawa Ballroom Dance Club in Wahiawa and these three have had a long time standing tradition in the West. Of course, Honolulu is the capital of the State of Hawaii, so most of the dance action continued to develop in town. People joined many clubs in primary social relationships as anywhere else. Even today they spend a great deal of time together, engaged in a wide range of dancing activities.

"Many social dancers think that finally, they have a
valid excuse to learn to dress well."

 

Most steady dance members usually feel that they know one another very well. In short, they become good friends and show real concern for one another. Most of the clubs have been set up with the basic American style and later brought in the Internationals. The American style dancers have always found it easier to dance in most Night Club environments. However, some night club enthusiasts still confuse them with the International Dancers simply because they do not know the difference.

"Waterfall" by Willie K


Specially since the Internationals have recently seized the name ballroom as their very own. And with good reason, they dance in Ballrooms. Social dancers dance in parks, gas stations, malls, school cafeterias, district parks and community centers. All we can do is be patient. Social dancers are enjoying ballroom dancing in their own way, they certainly have that right and are establishing themselves firmly on the island of Oahu. On Saturday, May 11th, Wahiawa Ballroom Dance Club will be having their 50th Anniversary dance at the Halemano Plantation.

"If we cannot find a place to dance, we shall dance in the streets."

Saturday, May 4, 2019

Week Ending Saturday, May 11th, 2019

May is really the month when everyone gets going. May is the fifth month of the year on most everyone's calendars. I have read that May is the time of spring in the Northern Hemisphere but in Hawaii, Spring is more like March or April. I like the Roman poet Ovid explanation of the name. He says that the month of May is named for the maiores, Latin for "elders," and that the following month (June) is named for the iuniores, or "young people" For the social dancer there are many opportunities to dance, three of the best places, Cinco de Mayo holiday. Wahiawa Ballroom Dance Club and Aiea Ballroom Dance Association with their Anniversary dances.

"Young social dancers believe that dancing gives them the courage to
try new things and they might even fall in love."


Wots Doin'? Week Ending Saturday, May 11th.

Monday, May 6th. Dragon Upstairs, 7-11 PM
Noche Latina, - DJ Fresco Spinning. No Cover.

Wahiawa Ballroom Dance Club, Ballroom dance classes at the Wahiawa Recreation Center. Teachers, Felipe Repollo and Carol Mendoza, Line dancing on Wednesday,

Whiskey Dix, country dancing in Aiea, Nice Drinks,
Free line dance lessons. Line dancing needs more men.

Tuesday, May 7th.
Buhu Cantina, Waikiki, Agua Dulce playing, Salsa, Bachata

Wednesday May, 8th.
Lava Rock, Ladies Night, DJ Rafael

Wahiawa Ballroom Dance Club, Line dance classes at the

Wahiawa Recreation Center - Teacher, Carol Kohagura,

Whiskey Dix, country dancing in Aiea,

Nice drinks, plenty room and Free line dance lessons

Thursday, May 9th.
SALSAMOR Latin Dancing Every Thursday night. Now at District Nightclub!


Friday, May 10th.
Sweet Leilani Club on the North Shore. Social dancing. for the over 30.

Saturday, May 11th.
Paradise Tango Argentino - Wine and Tango - Downtown New Location

Latin - Flava, Every Saturday - Cover: $10, free before 10 pm.

International Market Place, 3rd Floor.

Wahiawa Ballroom Dance Club, the smash hit of the month.

No truth to the rumor of a keg of beer.

Attention Please: Looking for Dancer/computer Geek, I want to donate win 7 computer not working too well. Maybe fix and they can give it to a friend.

Tuesday, April 30, 2019

DAL Midweek, April 30th

Dance And Live is finally getting defined which has been easy. It is just a weekly schedule of dancing events on Oahu. The midweek blog is just sort of an update. And only whatever I can get. Some people have their own methods of communicating to this vast audience of dancers on Oahu. I have heard mention of around 40 thousand dancers social, exhibition and competition dancers. We can all guess what they wish to see, I haven't got around to finding out about photos.

"Social dancers believe that dancing gives a boost to a creative mind and
helps them to be more humble and compassionate of others."


Now, just this last month, all of a sudden this blog finds itself with it's own readers. It does get some search engines from Twitter and Facebook. Again, the Guest Bloggers will help to define the blog even more clearly, we just have to be patient.  Who knows? With enough  Guest Bloggers the hits will run up ahead of all the other blogs and make this blog ready for independence. And yes we are getting some news from the neighbor islands.

"Molokai Waltz" by Amy Hanaiallii


We also have to realize that the vast majority of our people are "social" dancers and not inclined to be exhibition and competition dancers. Some of "our" people do get into that, and there should be no hu hu, just accept any of them that wish to be a part of our group. We all accept the fact that they can be part of our dance community, they do not run it. Many of them could be good Guest Bloggers.

"Social dancers suspect that the dancers who surround them
at the socials can become a dance family." 

Saturday, April 27, 2019

Week Ending Saturday, May 4th, 2019

The blogs are getting some information contributors willing to share their pearls of information with our reader dancers. But of course I do not get enough and I have to do the best I can and I am limited physically. From there I would like to get a Guest Author as an example for the rest of the possibles. I cannot live forever and the blogs can belong to a nice group of dancers residents of Oahu. I want to let go of my best blog. Once we can establish that and watch the hits go into the stratosphere, we will be certain of what to do.

"Social dancers find that when they are dancing the smile will
illuminate their faces more and more often.".


Wots Doin'? Week Ending Saturday, May 4th.

Monday, April 29th. Dragon Upstairs, 7-11 PM
Noche Latina, - DJ Fresco Spinning. No Cover.

Wahiawa Ballroom Dance Club, Ballroom dance classes at the Wahiawa Recreation Center. Teachers, Felipe Repollo and Carol Mendoza, Line dancing on Wednesday,

Whiskey Dix, country dancing in Aiea, Nice Drinks,
Free line dance lessons. Line dancing needs more men.


For now getting a few more Information and Photo contributors is very necessary.We must share our dance environment with our fellow dancers. That is what a social media blog is all about. Some potential contributors have their own way of doing it and it must be respected. We should respect everyone's opinions. But in the blogs they can be prominently displayed for all to see and read. And of course that leads to more readers and in return it should lead into more Guest Authors and more of our blogs will go independent.

"Crazy" by Melveen Leed


Tuesday, April 30th.
Buhu Cantina, Waikiki, Agua Dulce playing, Salsa, Bachata

Wednesday May, 1st.
Lava Rock, Ladies Night, DJ Rafael

Wahiawa Ballroom Dance Club, Line dance classes at the
Wahiawa Recreation Center - Teacher, Carol Kohagura,

Whiskey Dix, country dancing in Aiea,
Nice drinks, plenty room and Free line dance lessons

"Maria Elena" by Jimmy Dorsey


Thursday, May 2nd.
SALSAMOR Latin Dancing Every Thursday night. Now at District Nightclub!

Friday, May 3rd.
Sweet Leilani Club on the North Shore. Social dancing. for the over 30.

Saturday, May 4th.
Paradise Tango Argentino - Wine and Tango - Downtown New Location

Latin - Flava,   Every Saturday - Cover: $10, free before 10 pm.
 International Market Place, 3rd Floor.

Wahiawa Ballroom Dance Club, the smash hit of the month.
No truth to the rumor of a keg of beer. 

Attention Please: Looking for Dancer/computer Geek, I want to donate win 7 computer not working too well. Maybe fix and they can give to a friend.



Wednesday, April 24, 2019

DAL Midweek, April 24th

I was at one time a dancer myself, and I started these blogs for the sole purpose of spreading the love for dancing as far and wide as possible. I really just wanted these blogs to be the sort of resource I wish I  had had when I started dancing, Think of it, with 100% free and unbiased knowledge for all who seek to learn. But it isn't just me, everyone has an opinion. And we all know, that opinions are like noses, everyone has got one. This make us all valuable.

"Social dancers can learn to understand how their body actually works.
And get to know themselves better, appreciate the music and
their bodies moving, working together to really dance."


At the moment our dance groups consists of very few people. No one has ever had to think about feedback. But this group that is developing consists of great dancers and hard workers who have been willing to contribute their time and a few items of information or photos. Our blogs will be somewhat partisan but not affiliated in any way with any products, brands, or organizations. We will never write a fake review to please the wrong people. and we'll never endorse anything we don't truly believe in. We put our hearts into these blogs, and we hope you will enjoy them and share with others who might like it as well!

"My Molokai"  by Willie K.


Wahiawa Ballroom Dance Club kau kau time photos.


"Social dancers appreciate the dance of other people, they cam see the aesthetics, the preceding work, the expression of different emotions and even the conversation."


Saturday, April 20, 2019

Week Ending Saturday, April 27th, 2019

Most of us are somewhat aware of being a Social Dancer but we don't really know what it means. It does means that we are aware of our own limitations and the limitations of others – without prejudice or judgement. It means that limitations are not problems, but things to be explored, improved, or worked around. It is evolving into a culture of lifting up ourselves and others – not tearing them down. Being a social dancer means we prize connection over aesthetics, kindness over ego, and people over movements. After all, being a great social dancer has less to do with being an amazing technical dancer, and more to do with creating nice things between ourselves and our fellow dancers..

"Social dancers realize that it may really help us to understand how good
we can dance and it certainly boosts our confidence."


Wots Doin'? Week Ending Saturday, April 27th.

Monday, April 22nd. Dragon Upstairs, 7-11 PM
Noche Latina, - DJ Fresco Spinning. No Cover.

Wahiawa Ballroom Dance Club, Ballroom dance classes at the Wahiawa Recreation Center. Teachers, Felipe Repollo and Carol Mendoza, Line dancing on Wednesday,

Whiskey Dix, country dancing in Aiea, Nice Drinks,
Free line dance lessons. Line dancing needs more men.


WHEN IT IS APPROPRIATE TO SAY NO?
When a person asks you for a dance, it is appropriate to say no under a few circumstances: If you are really tired when someone asks you to dance, say that you are taking a rest now and would be happy to dance later. Then be sure to keep this commitment. If you come to the dance to watch and someone asks you to dance, it is fine to say, “Thank you, but I’m just watching tonight.” If the same person asks you to dance repeatedly, it is acceptable to tell him or her that you would like to dance with others right now and would enjoy another dance later. We can get along just fine.

"Old Devil Moon" by Jimmy Borges


Tuesday, April 23rd.
Buhu Cantina, Waikiki, Agua Dulce playing, Salsa, Bachata

Wednesday April, 24th.
Lava Rock, Ladies Night, DJ Rafael

Wahiawa Ballroom Dance Club, Line dance classes at the
Wahiawa Recreation Center - Teacher, Carol Kohagura,

Whiskey Dix, country dancing in Aiea,
Nice drinks, plenty room and Free line dance lessons

"Maria Elena" by Jimmy Dorsey


Thursday, April 25th.
SALSAMOR Latin Dancing Every Thursday night. Now at District Nightclub!

Friday, April 26th.
Sweet Leilani Club on the North Shore. Social dancing. for the over 30.

Saturday, April 27th.
Paradise Tango Argentino - Wine and Tango - Downtown New Location

Latin - Flava,   Every Saturday - Cover: $10, free before 10 pm.
 International Market Place, 3rd Floor.

Wahiawa Ballroom Dance Club, the smash hit of the month.
No truth to the rumor of a keg of beer. 

Attention Please: Looking for Dancer/computer Geek, I want to donate win 7 computer not working too well. Maybe fix and they can give to a friend.


Tuesday, April 16, 2019

DAL Midweek, April 16th

These blogs have never been properly defined simply because they were mainly me and that's no good. The blogs get a few outside opinions but not enough to define themselves clear enough. This blog has been the easiest one to define because it is just a schedule, of the contacts I have been able to make. The legit hits are coming in clear now that most of the scam spam robots hits have been eliminated. Our best blog remains Town Dancer perhaps because at one time we had the best blogger in Hawaii blogging.

"Social dancers know that it takes their minds to appreciate the music
and their bodies moving, working together to really dance."


At one time they had a nice Cinco De Mayo celebration at Dot's in Wahiawa. And for several years they had a block party at Just Tacos in Mililani. But we hear nothing now, it is all downtown. This celebration serves to bring awareness to Oahu’s diverse population of 130,000 Hispanics from over 22 nations This celebration will showcase the diversity of Latino culture in Hawaii and includes music, dance, cuisine and the arts.


Cinco de Mayo is probably the holiday most often celebrated that no one understands. Literally "the Fifth of May," Cinco de Mayo is a Mexican Holiday celebrating the Battle of Puebla, which took place on May 5, 1862, one hundred and fifty years ago. France had sent a massive army to invade Mexico. The French army was much larger, better trained and equipped than the Mexicans struggling to defend the road to Mexico City. It rolled through Mexico until it reached Puebla, where the Mexicans made a valiant stand, and, against all logic, won a huge victory.

"Social dancers dance for physical fitness, for mental clarity,
for emotional stability and just for plain fun."


Saturday, April 13, 2019

Week Ending Saturday, April 20th, 2019

Social dancers desire to create, - channeling their energy into a beautiful experience that is always present and never replicated in any other place that is not a dance floor. And, unlike many things, they choose to create these magical musical experiences with a partner..Being a social dancer means looking inward – not outward. It means feeling, and being ready to feel, all the sensations around them, the music and the environment.

"Social dancers, dance because there’s no greater feeling in the world than moving
to a piece of good music and letting the rest of the world go by."


Wots Doin'? Week Ending Saturday,  April 20th.

Monday, April 15th. Dragon Upstairs, 7-11 PM

Noche Latina, - DJ Fresco Spinning. No Cover.

Wahiawa Ballroom Dance Club, Ballroom dance classes at the Wahiawa Recreation Center. Teachers, Felipe Repollo and Carol Mendoza, Line dancing on Wednesday,

Whiskey Dix, country dancing in Aiea, Nice Drinks,
Free line dance lessons. Line dancing needs more men.


The Even Step: once known as the one step is just left, right, left, right and you can keep on going this way on every beat of the music to the end. We have the even step available in over ten thousand different dances throughout the world and is probably the oldest of the dance moves. You can have an even step as one, two, one two, (Merengue?) or one, two, three, (Waltz?) or one, two, three, four, (Fox Trot.) And you can accent any count you wish. From the Even step, evolved the Rock Step and the Chaissé.

"Fly Me To The Moon:" by Lisa Ono


Tuesday, April 16th.
Buhu Cantina, Waikiki, Agua Dulce playing, Salsa, Bachata

Wednesday April, 17th.
Lava Rock, Ladies Night, DJ Rafael

Wahiawa Ballroom Dance Club, Line dance classes at the
Wahiawa Recreation Center - Teacher, Carol Kohagura,

Whiskey Dix, country dancing in Aiea,
Nice drinks, plenty room and Free line dance lessons

"La Distancia" por Takeo Murata

Submitted by Maile Yagi

Thursday, April 18th.
SALSAMOR Latin Dancing Every Thursday night. Now at District Nightclub!

Friday, April 19th.
Sweet Leilani Club on the North Shore. Social dancing. for the over 30.

Saturday, April 20th.
Paradise Tango Argentino - Wine and Tango - Downtown New Location

Latin - Flava,   Every Saturday - Cover: $10, free before 10 pm.
 International Market Place, 3rd Floor.

Wahiawa Ballroom Dance Club, the smash hit of the month.
No truth to the rumor of a keg of beer. 

Attention Please: Looking for Dancer/computer Geek, I want to donate win 7 computer not working too well. Maybe fix and they can give to a friend.

Wednesday, April 10, 2019

DAL Midweek, April 10th

Social dance, depending on how it is defined, may refer to a wide variety of partner dances. On Oahu most of us are well aware of them, from our basic dances in the American Style of dance. Typically it includes the Smooth such as waltz or foxtrot, and Latin dances such as Cha  Cha Cha and the Rumba. Standard dances are normally danced to straight-beat, Western music and the couples dance around the floor, Latin dances are normally danced off-beat to Latin music and maybe "spot" danced. Terrific for night club dancing. Social dancers have accepted Salsa and Bachata as proper additions to their social menu.

"Social dancers believe that the truth can be too obscure, too plain
and too pure. To live it you may have to explode. There
is nothing more frightening than active ignorance."


For beginners at any age: You are with  a nice crowd and you have never been much interest in dancing. Now with a few drinks you want to move to the music and there are so many nice people on the floor moving to music. If you're not sure what to do on the dance floor, just "bounce to the beat". You do this by bending your knees slightly and then standing back up to the beat. This can be a very small move that makes you look like you're just bobbing along to the music, or a much larger, pronounced motion where you're exaggerating the bends and the pauses.Try shifting your body from side to side so you don't look like a buoy in the water. It is a beginning to enjoy moving to music.

"Aloha No Kalakaua" by Amy Hanaialii

Dancing, that is. moving to some kind of beat and the sound of a musical instrument began about ten thousand years ago but it was all "solo." Then about one thousand years ago, they began to dance in pairs, boy and girl. But both just holding one hand of their partner, and "embracing" each other at the beginning and at end of the dance. A couple centuries later, nobles and wealthy patricians danced as couples in procession in a slow dignified manner in a circle. Farmers and lower classes of society danced turning in a lively, springing fashion. So are we ready for line dancing? They teach it at the Wahiawa Recreation Center.

Q: What do you call a boom-a-rang, that doesn't come back?
A: A Stick.