I am a freelance creator who brings new ideas to life in the digital world. This project is to write 1 publication ready article 350 words or so on social dances in Honolulu, Hawaii during World War II (1941 to 1945). The writing must be plagiarism free. The article should illuminate what life for citizens and soldiers was like who enjoyed dancing (cab dances, USO dances, military socials, fund raisers). The article will give a flavor of island life, what the dances looked like, the aloha spirit, racial participation, concerns of everyday people, any significant events (locally, nationally or internationally) and how these events impacted residents view of life on the island. Include in the article at least one quote from someone on the island that illustrates your article thesis. Digital resources to utilize include: The Honolulu Star Advertiser, Hawaii War Records Depository, The Center for Oral History, Social Science Research Institute University of Hawaii at Manoa, Library of Congress Veterans History Project, Google Books, Densho, National World War II Museum online collection, Smithsonian online collection, National Museum of the Pacific War online collections, United States Naval Heritage Center, the books Hawaii Homefront: Life in the Islands During World War II by Simpson, Hawaii Chronicles III by Dye, The First Strange Place: The Alchemy of Race and Sex in World War II Hawaii by Baily and Farber and of course any others you might be aware of. No photographs are needed. The article must be understandable at the 8th grade reading level and above.