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On Being A “Lindy Legend”

My Lindy History Last week I got to be on a panel at an event at City College in SF called “Bay Area Lindy Legends”.  More than a couple of decades ago, few people in the bay area had heard … Continue reading

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A Focus on Dance in the Bay Area: Lindy in the East Bay

Until now this blog has been focused on anything having to do with dance, and it will continue to do so.  However, it will also have a local focus on the San Francisco Bay Area where I live and what’s … Continue reading

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Learning to Dance on Youtube

My friend Stu Sweetow, videographer extraordinaire, sent me the picture at the right with the excellent phrase, “Real men take dance lessons, because you can’t learn connection on youtube!”  This inspired me to once again take up my blog, which … Continue reading

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My Favorite Dance Students, Part 2

This is a continuation of last week’s post, so if you missed it, read it here first. Another reason some of my students fit my target market is an unusual learning style.  One of my specialties is finding out how … Continue reading

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My Favorite Students, Part 1

I’m not going to talk about specific students in this post, but rather the kind of people I most like to work with, and why.  In other words, as marketing people like to say, my target market. I like to … Continue reading

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