Dance Tidbits – Paso Doble

I don’t know about you, but when I watch the dancers on Dancing With The Stars dance the Paso Doble, I’m always transfixed at how magnificent the movements, costumes and steps are.  In my opinion, the Paso Doble  is the most entertaining of all the Latin dances. Paso Doble originated in southern France.  It became popular in the 1930’s.  […]

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Dance Tidbits – Salsa

As one of the many dances originated in Cuba, Salsa came to be in the 1920’s with African influence. Salsa might be the least easily defined dance because it has other influences beside Afro-Cuban.  The Caribbean countries have their version of Salsa as well as the Americans too.  Salsa in Spanish means a mixture of […]

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Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About (Dance) Feet (But Not Necessarily Have)

I don’t care how old you are or how long you’ve been dancing, just know, if you keep dancing, in due time, something is bound to affect your feet.  And depending on how you handle your particular situation, it can determine how quickly and comfortably you will be able to continue dancing. How many times […]

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The Fordney Foundation is Proud to Announce Our New Association with Ohio Star Ball and the World Pro Am DanceSport Series

    The World Pro Am DanceSport Series has just added a new category to their DanceSport Series Lineup.  The Fordney Foundation is so excited to be part of this first ever event offered in the United States! The Fordney Foundation and Ohio State Ball will be presenting for the very first time in November, 2013 […]

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Fordney Foundation Seeks Guest Bloggers

Fordney Foundation is a nonprofit organization dedicated to young people with a desire to compete in DanceSport and Ballroom Competition.  You may be a young aspiring dancer yourself and have a knack for writing about what “dance” means to you.  Or you might have ideas, questions about dance or something interesting regarding dance you might […]

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