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Basic Production for Belly Dance now for sale!

You can purchase your copy here and visit the website for more information.

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Tempest and Sashi in DC

don’t delay… dark things happening in the district a month before halloween… with several of my favorite local dancers performing in the evening. get tickets here. October 1st Workshop, ~11am: Dance Place 3225 8th Street NE Washington, DC 20017 Performance, … Continue reading

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Basic Production for Belly Dance site launches today

… for your browsing enjoyment (not much to see yet…), here

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Specific calendar instructions

a step-by-step walkthrough on how to add material to the community dance calendar hosted on this site: 1) If you don’t already have one, get an account with Google. 1a) Go to 1b) Click on “sign in” 1c) Click … Continue reading

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new calendar – google-based

after doing some tests overnight, the new google-based calendar is now available. this allows some great features, including good support for recurring events, but the trick is that you will need an account with google (gmail will do) in order … Continue reading

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major transition

if you can read this, you probably noticed there’s a major transition underway here at the dance web… as part of my overall short-term need to simplify and consolidate a number of things, i’ve concluded that drupal, while a great … Continue reading

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In the Dancer’s Studio launches today

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matt dances around the world, 2006

matt‘s been dancing, again.

you can see some of that here:

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scaling the bellysphere

one thing i’ve talked about with dancers, innumerable times, is the scale of the BellySphere. somehow, it just doesn’t quite click for some people, so today i’m going graphic to represent this perspective (and hopefully, you’ll see this graphic elsewhere in the near future). for now, i had to do this for my own purposes, and so i’m going to share it with you here.

this quick analysis is based on the following assumptions, which, i think, are quite generous (you may disagree):
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question of the month: which came first, dance or language?

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