The Swing of Things: A Recipe for Dancing

Need a recipe for dancing? You have to follow some basic instructions, but in the end, it’s the personal bits and pieces that make it great. A little bit of this and a little bit of that makes for a great dish and a great dance. As it turns out, it also makes for a… Read More

Battling Breast Cancer in the Ballroom

You can’t blink without seeing pink these days, and that’s a GOOD thing, now that National Breast Cancer Awareness Month is in full swing.  Every October, organizations work hard to spread the word about the disease that afflicts one in eight American women, and is the second leading cause of cancer death among women.  Still,… Read More

Let’s “Slip” Into Fall Y’all!

Oh, those dancing fails! If you want to make an omelet, you’ll have to break a few eggs. The same can be said with dance. The pursuit of perfection (or just plain fun!) is often fraught with failures. Who hasn’t taken a tumble or suffered a slip? There’s no doubt that our beloved Fred had… Read More

The Swing of Things: A New Season of Dance

Are you ready for a new season of dance? The calendar says fall, but our TV’s say DANCE! Making moves and busting grooves are all over our screens — from our televisions to our theaters, and even our computers. From “Dancing With the Stars” to a dancing dentist, it’s time to get into The Swing… Read More

Ballroom Dancing When Kids Go Back to School

For many families, the end of summer and start of the school year mean a return to those old familiar routines:  early morning alarms, carpools, after-school sports, drive-through dinners on busy homework nights.   No one celebrates this time of year better than America’s favorite parody family! Cute and fun for families with young children. … Read More

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