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Bobby Shmurda, “Hot Boy” artist, “Shmoney Dance” released from prison

Bobby Shmurda is released from prison. Shmurda, real name Ackquille Pollard, was conditionally released from Clinton Correctional Facility in New York City around 8:30 a.m. EST Tuesday, according to the New York Department of Corrections and Community Supervision, and will be under community supervision. until his sentence is served on February 23, 2026. According to […]

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THE DANCE OF THE NEW YORK CITY DANCE EDUCATION ORGANIZATION

New York, NY, February 18, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — (via NGO Wire) ‘IT TAKES TWO: ONE EVENING IN ARGENTINA’ Guests who purchase a $30 ticket are welcome to make two (bring a guest) for free! The evening will be hosted by musicians, composers, dancers, choreographers and former students of Dancing Classrooms Dwayne’s Beach Guests will […]

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Dance Education During COVID-19 • Dance • Marymount Manhattan College

With the reopening of MMC’s main campus during the fall 2020 semester, the Department of Dance was challenged with continuing education in a discipline characterized by performing arts. Following the virtual / open campus education model, dance education persevered through the addition of new equipment, the implementation of health and safety protocols, and the determination […]

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Ari Gold Dead, revolutionary gay dance artist at 47

through Christophe Rodolphe 02/15/2021 Revolutionary queer singer and dance artist Ari Gold has died following a very public battle with leukemia. He was 47 years old. The singer made waves with his 2001 debut album, but was best known for his 2007 track “Where the Music Takes You,” which landed on Billboard’s Top 10 Dance […]

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Fun activities, events, concerts, theater, pressure dance shows

PLEASE VISIT THE WEBSITE OR CALL VENUE FOR THE COVID-19 UPDATE BEFORE PARTICIPATING IN AN EVENT Feel “D” Love: 6 p.m. today through February 28, Depot Park, 200 SE Depot Ave. Free. (depotpark.org) Landscaping and park elements illuminated with romantic lighting themes every night throughout February. Slowest exposure survival: Now – September 12, Florida Museum […]

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Nimbus Receives Two $50,000 Grants, Announces Funding to Aid Jersey City Dance Artists

Nimbus, Jersey City’s professional dance company, school and arts center, received two $50,000 grants from the New Jersey Arts and Culture Relief Fund. One of the two grants will be dedicated to the financial sustainability of the organization during the economic crisis caused by COVID-19. During the pandemic, Nimbus lost over $300,000 due to canceled […]

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Skits and dance performances mark the annual Day event

The theme for the recently held annual Pallavi International School Day celebrations was “Life is Beautiful” and was meticulously presented through a spectacular performance by students from kindergarten through seventh grade. The program began with the lamp lighting ceremony followed by an invocation dance by Aditi of Grade IV. The chief guest of the event […]

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OWU is part of the Dance Education Initiative

Ohio Wesleyan University is offering a series of online workshops and speakers this spring designed to educate and engage all bodies who want to grow within the dance community. Titled “Moving Bodies and Social Justice,” the free virtual events are created in collaboration with the dance faculty of the Five Colleges of Ohio, which also […]

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WATCH: A Celebration of St. Brigid – Live Irish Music and Dance Performances

The Association of Irish and Celtic Festivals (AICF) is proud to host A Celebration of St. Brigid, with the support of the Irish Embassy, ​​celebrating an Irish saint and a Celtic goddess with the music of a mix of famous Irish musicians. St. Brigid is one of the patron saints of Ireland, although she is […]