OCTOBER 3, LAHAINAS–See you Saturday about 8;30 a.m At Whalers Village Kaanapali for fun day of walking in high heels for Women Helping Women and great music by Ray Chin’s band in one of its last appearances. SEE MULTIPLE PHOTOS BELOW. OF WHAT TO EXPECT. Watch the blogger in his third annual appearance. REMEMBER THAT VOICES OF MAUI HAS THE LARGEST COLLECTION OF PHOTOS OF WORTHWHILE ORGANIZATIONS ANYWHERE AVAILABLE FOR USE BY WORTHY CAUSES.
CHICAGO, Sept 27–The hour was late for me (10 pm) but it was a pleasure for the blogger to appear on the same station that I used to listen to Cub games on when I was in high school. Hallways at the studio were named for icons of the station including Wally Phillips and Bob Collins. More of what was asked and answered in the next post. (Sara Foley photo)
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Norm Bezane, Lahaina News columnist whose Voices of Maui recently was recognized as a finalist for best column in Hawaii by the Society of Progressional journalists in Honolulu, will make a guest appearance at 5 PM HAWAII TIME SUNDAY ON CHICAGO WGN radio, a 5o,o00 watt clear channel station heard throughout the midwest and on line. The appearance culminates a three month visit to hometown Chicago.
Bezane will be inteviewed on topics ranging from his new book “Voices of Aloha Beyond the Beach” and what it is like to live in paradise.
Bezane met host Rick Kogan, a Chicago Tribune feature writer at the Newberry Library Book Fair , which also featured stump speeches at historic Bughouse Square where locals could once rant and rave about politics, striking workers and other hot topics.
Bezane has been in Chicago the last three months, writing an occasional column for Lahaina News, spending time with family and disposing of a lifetime of things including 21 boxes of books from a recently sold small apartment. Highlights;
. The blogger could have gone flat on is back as shown below:
Your courageous blogger, however, chickened out. What he got was something just as good, though less permanent. A hug from this artist from Monarch Tatoos In Honolulu who traveled 4000 miles to show her stuff with ink and other ways. VOICES OF MAUI TALK STORY, LLC PHOTOS. Check out my post 100 whines in the list for late December 2014 for more. Watch for my upcoming story on this wizardry in Lahaina News.
The official posed pic will appear here soon as soon as the blogger can find it amount more than 1000 photos taken in Chicago the last two months.
August 30–The blogger who has photographed many people with tattoos on Maui and some in Honolulu got something at this mega tatoo convention. Scroll down to see what: This is Nicole. She is getting a blackbird on her leg and why it makes a statement about who she is and why and when she colored her hair. Find up why in my upcoming column in Lahaina New in September. Click on follower to be follower of this blog for provocative photos usually of another place famous for tattooes: the beaches of Kaanapali, Maui. A nice chat with Nicole while she was under the needle revealed a lot about the world of tattoos.
To see what he blogger left with, you will just have to wait until Monday. No more posting. Watching a possible no hitter on TV. Aloha to all from Voices of Maui Talk Story, LLC based on Maui, now visiting Chicago.