Sunday, October 18, 2009

Featured in the Keene Sentinel

Check out today's paper!

"It began with a couple tangoing Saturday at 11 a.m. on Main Street during Keene Pumpkin Festival. Then eight other dancers emerged from the growing crowd of onlookers and joined the couple.

They launched into the mambo. And then 60 more people, children and adults, joined the dance. A mixed tape was cued up. Hip hop and pop songs blared form nearby speakers. More people began dancing, about 150 in all. They jumped and jiggled in the street, moving their arms and hips to the rhythm. They laid in the street for a moment when the routine was over, and then they stood and walked away in different directions, absorbed back into the roaming groups of festival-goers."

Full article here.

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