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Dancing Teachers Wow Crowds

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Imagine a school where students were excited to get to class rather than leave. Or teachers who most students could relate to, rather than feel alienated from. This is the case for students and faculty at the following schools, where teachers and even principals unite as one with their students on the class room floor […]

Taboo Korean Dance Re-emerges in the New Year

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A monumental moment occurred when the Korean Broadcasting Service (KBS) ushered invthe new year by airing “Joseon Beauty Pageant”, which broke ground by featuring rarely seen, traditional Korean music and dance.

New Dance, New Year

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As we embark upon another new year, people around the world attempt to tackle their New Years resolutions; some for the umpteenth time. Since statistics show that most people fail to stick with their resolutions (most of which are the same ten self improvement goals), it made sense to begin this year with inspirational words from the dance […]

Twelve Days of Gifts for the Dancer in Your Life

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We’ve all heard the song “The twelve days of Christmas.” So for those wondering how to apply those lyrics as inspiration for the shopping list for the dance enthusiast in your life, look no further. While individual tastes may vary, there are a few things that most active people, particularly dancers, can appreciate and possibly even […]

Airport Dancing : The Holiday Travel Hack You Didn’t Know About

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What if you could avoid the chaos and stress of holiday travel, or at least somehow feel removed from it? Well, this is exactly what many travelers have done recently to pass the time and in some cases make it enjoyable, all by dancing at the airport!

Dancing Mummers Shake Up Christmas Parade

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Each year Canada’s most Easternly province Newfoundland and Labrador is home to a two week long celebration and parade that kicks off the Christmas season. Now in its ninth year the Mummers, often cross dressing masked characters, keep their feisty tradition at the forefront of their small island town and its mainland neighbor.