Not Only Dancing…

    Working at a doughnut shop, you learn that at least some stereotypes are true. I did see a lot of cops when I was working there. I actually thought we were supposed to offer them free doughnuts, especially because we wanted them to stick around in order to ward off armed robbers. The officer told me that technically in this state, offering cops free doughnuts was a form of bribery. I told him they were presents.

    From now on, I'm not letting my husband hire the babysitters from the club on his own. He hired a twelve-year-old girl. She was babysitting our kids, the oldest of whom was ten. Surprisingly, our son did not accept the authority of someone a mere two years older than he was, and wouldn't stop talking about how unfair and irritating that was. I actually found myself agreeing with him on that point. 'Sixteen years of age and up' is now the rule for babysitters.

History of Latin Music

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Latin music originates from Latin America, with deep roots in Cuba, and features a special pattern of rhythmic structures. This style of music contains both vocals and instrumentals, which were taken from religious ceremonies in old Africa. Now, Latin music is a popular genre of dance music that’s used in many bars and clubs. WhatRead more

Popular Latin Dancing Clubs In The U.S.

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Music and Dancing from Latin America The five popular dances attributed to Latin American roots are the Samba, Rumba, Paso Doble, Cha Cha, Salsa, Mambo, and the Merengue. These Latin dances are performed in popular Latin dancing clubs in the U.S. A majority of Latin dances are influenced through the indigenous native styles, the upper-classRead more

Learn how to salsa Dance

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What is salsa dancing all about? Salsa dancing is a type of dance that has it’s origins in Latin America with strong influences from countries such as Cuba, Puerto Rico, and Columbia. The actual term “salsa” came out of New York City in the 1970s, and the popularity of salsa dancing is heavily rooted inRead more