Tag Archives: country western dance

Dance Contest Played for Laughs Raises Consciousness Anyway

  Jack and Jack Dancers During the Peach State Country Western Dance Festival in Atlanta, there was a Jack and Jack competition in which men partnered with other men in texas two-step, waltz, west coast swing, and night club two step. … Continue reading

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Dancing in Atlanta

A couple of decades or so ago I taught a series of monthly country western workshops with a close friend.  I usually teach alone because a teaching partner automatically cuts the take in half, but I loved teaching with Jose … Continue reading

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Dancing When You’re Really Blind

  Last week I wrote a post about dancing blind, but it really was about dancing temporarily blind.  This one is about dancers who are always blind. I’ve written in the past about deaf dancers, dancers in wheel chairs, and … Continue reading

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